Keith Jarrett Tokyo Solo

Keith Jarrett - Tokyo Solo 2002 (2006) [Repost]  

Posted by juanchito at July 26, 2013
Keith Jarrett - Tokyo Solo 2002 (2006) [Repost]

Keith Jarrett - Tokyo Solo 2002
Genre: Jazz | MPEG2 720x480 | Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 | 7.55 GB (DVD9) | 5% Recovery
Length: 110 mins | Uploaded/Bitshare | Links are interchangable

Keith Jarrett : Tokyo Solo (2002)  Music

Posted by hanumanz at Aug. 18, 2006
Keith Jarrett : Tokyo Solo (2002)

Keith Jarrett : Tokyo Solo (2002)
Piano Solo Improvisation
DVD Audio Rip | MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs + Covers = 265 MB
Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett / Throb: Gary Burton (1994) REPOST

Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett / Throb: Gary Burton (1994) REPOST
Jazz (Fusion) | EAC Rip | APE (image)+CUE+LOG | mp3@320 | 469 MB. & 204 MB.
300dpi. Complete Scans (JPG) included | WinRar, 3% recovery
Audio CD (1994) | Label: Rhino/Atlantic | Catalog# 8122-71594-2 | 76:03 min.

Two of vibraphonist Gary Burton's albums from 1969-1970 are reissued in full on this single CD. Burton teams up with pianist Keith Jarrett for five numbers (including four of Jarrett's originals) in 1970, using a quintet that also features guitarist Sam Brown, bassist Steve Swallow, and drummer Bill Goodwin. The other session has more of an avant-country flavor, with Burton, Swallow, and Goodwin joined by guitarist Jerry Hahn and violinist Richard Greene; Michael Gibbs and Swallow contributed most of the obscurities. Burton was at his most explorative during this period, which is why he can be considered one of the pioneers of fusion (although his music never really fit into a tight category). This is excellent music that mostly still sounds fresh.

Keith Jarrett - Last Solo (2002)  

Posted by robi62 at Nov. 10, 2013
Keith Jarrett - Last Solo (2002)

Keith Jarrett - Last Solo (2002)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 5 951 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.333) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, PCM 2ch. at 1 536 Kbps
Genre: Jazz | Label: Image Entertainment | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 18 Jun 2002 | Runtime: 92 min. | 5,32 GB (DVD9)

Pianist, composer, and bandleader Keith Jarrett is one of the most prolific, innovative, and iconoclastic musicians to emerge from the late 20th century. As a pianist (though that is by no means the only instrument he plays) he literally changed the conversation in jazz by introducing an entirely new aesthetic regarding solo improvisation in concert. Though capable of playing in a wide variety of styles, Jarrett is deeply grounded in the jazz tradition.

Keith Jarrett - G.I. Gurdjieff. Sacred Hymns (1980) {ECM 1174}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Feb. 10, 2011
Keith Jarrett - G.I. Gurdjieff. Sacred Hymns (1980) {ECM 1174}

Keith Jarrett - G.I. Gurdjieff. Sacred Hymns (1980) {ECM 1174}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 190 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 125 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 27 Mb
© 2000 ECM Records | ECM 1174 / 829 122-2
Classical / Piano

Here we have simplicity itself: a series of piano transcriptions of some solemn, now-dark, now-affirmative religious hymns by one G.I. Gurdjieff, with none of the usual flourishes and heady flights usually associated with Keith Jarrett's solo records. Jarrett assumes the proper devotional position, playing with a steady tread but always with attention to dynamic extremes, producing a gorgeously rich piano tone with plenty of bass. The whole record has a serene dignity, even at its loudest levels, that gets to you, and that should be enough for the devout Jarrett following. As for others…well, it's definitely not a top ten choice for a basic Keith collection.

Adam Zampino : Ode To Keith Jarrett + Some Pics  Music

Posted by hanumanz at Feb. 8, 2006

Adam Zampino : Ode To Keith Jarrett
Solo Piano | MP3 | 128 kbs | 6 MB
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Some collected photos of KJ (24 MB)

Keith Jarrett - Sun Bear Concerts (1976/1989) [6CD Box Set]  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Dec. 23, 2016
Keith Jarrett - Sun Bear Concerts (1976/1989) [6CD Box Set]

Keith Jarrett - Sun Bear Concerts (1976/1989) [6CD Box Set]
Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 397 min | 921 MB
Label: ECM | Rel:1976/1989

This gargantuan package a ten-LP set now compressed into a chunky six-CD box once was derided as the ultimate ego trip, probably by many who didn't take the time to hear it all. You have to go back to Art Tatum's solo records for Norman Granz in the '50s to find another large single outpouring of solo jazz piano like this, all of it improvised on the wing before five Japanese audiences in Kyoto, Osaka, Nagoya, Tokyo, and Sapporo…

Keith Jarrett - Facing You (1972) {ECM 1017}  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 12, 2017
Keith Jarrett - Facing You (1972) {ECM 1017}

Keith Jarrett - Facing You (1972) {ECM 1017}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 195MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

Keith Jarrett's first solo acoustic piano recording remains one of his best. At this point in late 1971, Jarrett had just started improvising completely freely. That does not mean that his solos were necessarily atonal but simply that they were not planned in any way in advance. The music on these eight improvisations are often quite melodic, very rhythmic and bluesy. This set makes for a perfect introduction to Jarrett's many solo piano recordings.

Keith Jarrett - Concerts (2013) [3CDs] {ECM 1227-29}  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 12, 2017
Keith Jarrett - Concerts (2013) [3CDs] {ECM 1227-29}

Keith Jarrett - Concerts (2013) [3CDs] {ECM 1227-29}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 732MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

“The Bregenz/Munich concerts were Jarrett’s most brilliant live solo recordings to date; his level of inspiration is quite extraordinary, and the music covers a wider musical and emotional range than ever.” – Jarrett biographer Ian Carr

Keith Jarrett - No End (2013) [2CDs] {ECM 2361/62}  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 12, 2017
Keith Jarrett - No End (2013) [2CDs] {ECM 2361/62}

Keith Jarrett - No End (2013) [2CDs] {ECM 2361/62}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 647MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

Recorded at his home studio in 1986, the double album No End illuminates hitherto undocumented aspects of Keith Jarrett's music. He is heard on electric guitars, electric bass, drums and percussion, overdubbing tribal dances of his own devising: "Somehow something happened during these days in the 80s that won't ever be repeated," he writes in his liner notes. "There was really, to my knowledge, no forethought or composition - in the typical sense - going on; just a feeling or a rhythmic idea or a bass line concept or melody. None of this was written down."