Keith Jarrett Arbour Zena

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1976) {ECM 1070}  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 12, 2017
Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1976) {ECM 1070}

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1976) {ECM 1070}
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Genre: Jazz

With saxophonist Jan Garbarek and bassist Charlie Haden along for the ride, Keith Jarrett indulges in three slow, rambling, meditative, vaguely neo-classical concertos for piano and string orchestra. While a few of Jarrett's and Garbarek's passages here and there have a syncopated jazz feeling, this is mostly contemporary classical music, perhaps even somewhat ahead of its time (it might fit in with the neo-Romantic and minimalist camps today). However, although this music can be attractive in small doses, the lack of tempo or texture contrasts over long stretches of time – particularly the nearly 28-minute "Mirrors" – can be annoying if you're not in the right blissful mood. Mladen Gutesha and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra perform the string parts with what can only be described as commendable patience.
Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1975/2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1975/2014)
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“I consider this one of my most richly lyrical and consistently inspired works,” wrote Keith Jarrett of “Mirrors”, the almost half-hour long concluding piece onArbour Zena. “Jan Garbarek’s contribution is irreplaceable and ecstatic.” It is easy to agree that Arbour Zena as a whole is one of Jarrett’s most exceptional albums. Evocative writing for strings, beautiful playing by Keith and Jan and by Charlie Haden at his most soulful, and a glowing panoramic production make this 1975 recording one of the finest of the early ECMs.

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1976) {ECM 1070} [Repost]  

Posted by tiburon at Feb. 22, 2013
Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1976) {ECM 1070} [Repost]

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1976) {ECM 1070}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 273MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

With saxophonist Jan Garbarek and bassist Charlie Haden along for the ride, Keith Jarrett indulges in three slow, rambling, meditative, vaguely neo-classical concertos for piano and string orchestra. While a few of Jarrett's and Garbarek's passages here and there have a syncopated jazz feeling, this is mostly contemporary classical music, perhaps even somewhat ahead of its time (it might fit in with the neo-Romantic and minimalist camps today). However, although this music can be attractive in small doses, the lack of tempo or texture contrasts over long stretches of time – particularly the nearly 28-minute "Mirrors" – can be annoying if you're not in the right blissful mood. Mladen Gutesha and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra perform the string parts with what can only be described as commendable patience.

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena - flac - 1976 [ECM 1070]  

Posted by peter happy at Oct. 17, 2008
Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena - flac - 1976 [ECM 1070]

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena [ECM 1070]
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ECM | Jazz
Keith Jarrett - A Multitude Of Angels (2016) {4CD Set ECM Japan UCCE-1161~64}

Keith Jarrett - A Multitude Of Angels (2016) {4CD Set ECM Japan UCCE-1161~64}
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© 1996, 2016 ECM Records / Universal Music Japan | UCCE-1161~64
Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Improvisation / Modern Creative / Post Bop / Piano Solo

Keith Jarrett's numerous volumes of improvised solo piano recordings are all treasure troves of spontaneous music making. Documented since the 1970s, they reveal the opening of his music as it readily embraces classical and sacred music influences, filters out what is unnecessary in his technique, and encounters the depth and breadth of the jazz tradition and his own unique abilities as a composer. The four discs in A Multitude of Angels were recorded in as many Italian cities during the last week of October 1996 – some 20 months after the concert captured on La Scala.

Keith Jarrett - Creation (2015) {ECM}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at May 17, 2015
Keith Jarrett - Creation (2015) {ECM}

Keith Jarrett - Creation (2015) {ECM}
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Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Straight-Ahead Jazz / Solo Piano

ECM celebrates the occasion of pianist Keith Jarrett's 70th birthday with two simultaneous releases. One is a classical date for its New Series on which he performs piano concertos by Béla Bartók and Samuel Barber with two different orchestras. The other is Creation, a solo piano offering. While Jarrett has made dozens of solo records, this is unlike any in his catalog. Rather than document the unfolding of his in-the-moment ideas through a single performance, this set features nine sections compiled from half-a-dozen performances in four cities and five venues (all notated in the sleeve) during 2014.
Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett / Throb: Gary Burton (1994) REPOST

Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett / Throb: Gary Burton (1994) REPOST
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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 - 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}
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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 - El Juicio (1975) {Atlantic}  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 12, 2017
Keith Jarrett - El Juicio (1975) {Atlantic}

Keith Jarrett - El Juicio (1975) {Atlantic}
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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.

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}
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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