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}
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 (1975/2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (1975/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 53:01 minutes | 1,06 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital Booklet

“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]  Music

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]  Music

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

Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena [ECM 1070]
FLAC LOG CUE | 271,6 Mb | RS.com
ECM | Jazz

Keith Jarrett - Sun bear concerts - 1977 [ECM 1100]  Music

Posted by peter happy at Oct. 26, 2008
Keith Jarrett - Sun bear concerts - 1977 [ECM 1100]

Keith Jarrett - Sun bear concerts [ECM 1100]
FLAC (single files) log cue covers | 1556 mb
ECM | Jazz
Keith Jarrett - Sun Bear Concerts - Piano Solo (1976) {6CD Set Japanese 1st Press ECM J00J 20375/80 rel 1990}

Keith Jarrett - Sun Bear Concerts - Piano Solo (1976) {6CD Set Japanese 1st Press ECM J00J 20375/80 rel 1990}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.58 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 928 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 52 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1976, 1990 ECM Records Japan | J00J 20375/80
Jazz / Post Bop / Piano

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. Yet the miracle is how consistently good much of this giant box is.
Keith Jarrett - The Art of Improvisation (2005) {DVD9 PAL EuroArts 2054119}

Keith Jarrett - The Art of Improvisation (2005) {DVD9 PAL EuroArts 2054119}
DVD9 -> 6.57 Gb | All Regions | PAL 16:9 | ~126 m | LinearPCM, 2 ch | ISO Image
Subs: English, Deutsch, Francais, Italiano, Espanol
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (jpg) -> 31 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2005 EuroArts / Dibb Directions | 2054119
Jazz / Documentary / Avant-Garde Jazz / Modern Creative / Piano

In this in-depth portrait of one the world's superstars of jazz, pianist Keith Jarrett talks the range of his music, the importance of improvisation, the great artists he has worked with, and about the highs and lows of his life. Further insights are provided by fellow musicians, family members and other musical associates. Incorporating recordings and rare archive footage of concerts dating back to the 1960s and including such greats as Miles Davis and Charles Lloyd, this first-ever major documentary has been made with the full cooperation of Keith Jarrett himself.

Keith Jarrett - Last Solo (2002)  Music

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 Trio - Live At Open Theater East (2001)  Music

Posted by robi62 at April 5, 2013
Keith Jarrett Trio - Live At Open Theater East (2001)

Keith Jarrett Trio - Live At Open Theater East (2001)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 5 220 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.778) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, PCM 2ch. at 1 536 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Jazz | Label: Image Entertainment | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 14 Aug 2001 | Runtime: 129 min. | 6,80 GB (DVD9)

One of the jazz world's most unique and influential pianists since the 1960's, Keith Jarrett is known for his breathtaking solos and stylistic diversity. Live At Open Theater East showcases Jarrett's magic fingers as they interpret a number of classic jazz standards. Keith Jarrett Trio - Live At Open Theater East movie Backed by talented jazz stars Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette, Jarrett's music is as beautiful and inspiring as the setting-an illuminated outdoor ampitheater.

Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett / Throb: Gary Burton (1994) REPOST  Music

Posted by Oceandrop at Dec. 18, 2011
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.