Life Between The Exit Signs

Keith Jarrett - Life Between The Exit Signs (1968) [Repost]

Keith Jarrett - Life Between The Exit Signs (1968)
EAC 0.95b3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U+MD5 | Full Scans 600dpi | 331MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 178MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

The selections included in "Life Between The Exit Signs" reflect the experience and abilities of Motian and Haden and Jarrett's understanding of the further potential of their innate musicality.

Keith Jarrett - Life Between The Exit Signs (1967)  

Posted by brekk at Oct. 27, 2009
Keith Jarrett - Life Between The Exit Signs (1967)

Keith Jarrett - Life Between The Exit Signs (1967)
jazz | 1CD | EAC Rip | APE+CUE+LOG | cover | 265MB
Vortex/Atlantic | rec. 1967 | RAR +5% recovery

Wikipedia:
Life Between the Exit Signs was recorded on May 4, 1967 at Atlantic Recording studios, New York City. It was released April 1, 1968, under the record label Vortex, a subsidiary label of Atlantic Records. It is a collaboration of esteemed pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Charlie Haden and established drummer Paul Motian.

Keith Jarrett - Life Between the Exit Signs  Music

Posted by Alexun at Sept. 11, 2006
Keith Jarrett - Life Between the Exit Signs

Keith Jarrett - Life Between the Exit Signs
Label: Rhino | Genre: Jazz | MP3 320 Kbps | 98 Mb | Original Release 1967


Personnel: Keith Jarrett (piano), Charlie Haden (bass), Paul Motian (drums)

Life Between the Exit Signs finds a nascent Jarrett wearing some of his primary influences on his sleeve—Bill Evans, Paul Bley and Ornette Coleman most notably—but, even so, many of his defining qualities as a distinctive player are already in evidence.
Beginning an association with bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motian that was to last for nearly ten years, Jarrett demonstrates a penchant for overt lyricism on “Margot” and “Love No. 1,” a somehow distinctly American flavour on “Lisbon Stomp,” and free playing on the title track and “Love No. 2,” which follow the Ornette Coleman modus operandi of structured themes leading into completely open improvised sections. He even covers one standard, Cole Porter's “Everything I Love,” to show his love of the Great American Songbook, a characteristic that would, of course, be brought to greater fruition with his now twenty-year old Standards Trio with Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette.
Haden, having already spent a good deal of time with Coleman, brings a strong sense of adventure coupled with a clear sense of history and tradition. Motian, at that time better known for his more subdued work with Bill Evans, gets the opportunity to play in a looser setting, displaying his abilities as textural player and colourist that would gain him a greater reputation in years to come.
Iran in the Early Islamic Period: Politics, Culture, Administration and Public Life Between the Arab and the Seljuk Conquests

Bertold Spuler, Robert Hoyland, Gwendolin Goldbloom, "Iran in the Early Islamic Period: Politics, Culture, Administration and Public Life Between the Arab and the Seljuk Conquests, 633-1055"
English | ISBN: 900427751X | 2014 | 618 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Bluey - Life Between The Notes (2015) {Dome}  

Posted by tiburon at June 18, 2015
Bluey - Life Between The Notes (2015) {Dome}

Bluey - Life Between The Notes (2015) {Dome}
EAC 1.0b3 | FLAC tracks level 6 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 600dpi | 485MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz-Funk, R&B

Bluey’s overall life perspective throughout Life Between the Notes is well articulated, anchored by his first-rate musicianship, sensitive lead vocals and a firm supporting cast of Incognito alumni including Richard Bull and Matt Cooper. For a world-class musician who has been there and done that personally and professionally, Bluey nails all the essentials, making Life Between the Notes an even more intriguing listening pleasure.

Bluey - Life Between The Notes (2015)  

Posted by mark70 at April 28, 2015
Bluey - Life Between The Notes (2015)

Bluey - Life Between The Notes (2015)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 57:16 min | 134 MB
Genre: Smooth Jazz, Soul, Funk | Label: Dome Records

Having waited more than 30 years to record his debut solo album – 2013’s “Leap of Faith” - INCOGNITO’s driving force Jean-Paul ‘BLUEY’ Maunick enjoyed the experience so much that he returns with an impressive second solo set “Life Between The Notes”.

Keith Jarrett - The Judgement (El Juicio)  Music

Posted by Alexun at Sept. 10, 2006
Keith Jarrett - The Judgement (El Juicio)


Keith Jarrett - The Judgement (El Juicio)


Keith Jarrett - The Judgement (El Juicio)


Label: Rhino Atlantic | Genre: Jazz | MP3 320 Kbps | 89 Mb | Release 1976



Personnel:

Keith Jarrett, piano, soprano saxophone, flute, percussion; Dewey Redman, tenor saxophone, percussion; Charlie Haden, bass, percussion; Paul Motian, drums, percussion


El Juicio is an excellent early Jarrett album and finds him in typically eclectic form with his classic American quartet. I nominate the opener, "Gypsy Moth," as the best piece on the record. Sounding a little like a more confident version of "Lisbon Stomp," from Jarrett's 1967 debut album Life Between the Exit Signs, Jarrett first whips up a rollicking theme on the piano and then switches to soprano sax towards the end, the rhythm section swinging hard throughout. "Toll Road" is more abstract, but the collapsing cymbal pattern paired with Charlie Hayden's pummeling bass lines creates an intriguing canvass for Jarrrett and Redman's sax improvisations. "Pre-Judgement Atmosphere" is a short percussion piece that manages to incorporate a steel drum into the mix. The title track is an ecstatic ten-minute free-improv wherein Jarrett pounds out and wails away (if you don't like Jarrett's wordless yelps, a living evidence that it is possible to get used to them, eventually). More inside…

Keith Jarrett - El Juicio (1975) [Repost]  

Posted by tiburon at Nov. 14, 2012
Keith Jarrett - El Juicio (1975) [Repost]

Keith Jarrett - El Juicio (1975)
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 262MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

Jarrett's 1970s albums may have confused some purists but they should be a goldmine for contemporary fans of all stripes who like improvised music. El Juicio is an excellent early Jarrett album and finds him in typically eclectic form with his classic American quartet. I nominate the opener, "Gypsy Moth," as the best piece on the record. Sounding a little like a more confident version of "Lisbon Stomp," from Jarrett's 1967 debut album Life Between the Exit Signs, Jarrett first whips up a rollicking theme on the piano and then switches to soprano sax towards the end, the rhythm section swinging hard throughout.

The Isley Brothers - Between The Sheets (1983 / 2011)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Dec. 1, 2016
The Isley Brothers - Between The Sheets (1983 / 2011)

The Isley Brothers - Between The Sheets (1983 / 2011)
Soul, R&B, Funk | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 70 min | 168 MB
Label: Big Break Records | Rel:1983 / 2011

Compared to their past material, Between the Sheets lacks a consistent mix of sultry ballads and funky dance numbers. There are really only two Isley Brothers' classics on this project: "Choosey Lover" and the title song "Between the Sheets." The former has a romantic flow and the latter is just shy of mid-tempo but not a bona fide ballad.
Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period: With an Essay on Chinese Sex Life from the Han to the Ching Dynasty, B.C. 206-A.D. 164

Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period: With an Essay on Chinese Sex Life from the Han to the Ching Dynasty, B.C. 206-A.D. 1644 (Sinica Leidensia, V. 62) by Robert Hans Van Gulik
English | Oct. 2003 | ISBN: 9004136649 | 329 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

The publication in 1951 of Robert Hans van Gulik’s Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period created a stir in the Chinese art community. It was privately published in only fifty copies, which were sent as gifts to selected libraries and museums worldwide. (A list of those outside the Far East is Appendix II to the same author’s Sexual Life in Ancient China.) The copies were accompanied by a letter advising that in order to keep away “sensation-seekers and peeping Toms,” the books were to be made accessible only to “a limited number of serious scholars in the field, for purposes of research.”