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Have A Real Time - Keith Jarrett - Keith Jarrett (Box Set, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the PR Vinyl release of El Juicio (The Judgement) on Discogs.
  2. A six-CD box set entitled Keith Jarrett at the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings, was released in , documenting a three-night stand by the trio in June of While on tour with the trio in Europe during , Jarrett became ill with what was diagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome.
  3. By the early '80s, Keith Jarrett was definitely under siege, accused of arrogance, singing along too loudly, rambling eclecticism, and other "heinous" jazz crimes, especially in the wake of the massive success of the Köln Concert seven years before, and the issue of the massive, unprecedented Sun Bear Concerts box set in Indeed, around this time, Jarrett would verbally attack music.
  4. Nov 22,  · Keith Jarrett was hyper-prolific through the s, with a steady stream of records from his two working jazz quartets and a number of experimental records that were hard to classify.
  5. Mar 01,  · Nate Chinen interviews Keith Jarrett about his newly released archival box set, A Multitude of Angels The world has somehow conspired to make that smoother, and at the same time, that means it’s harder to become real—to become real like the grass is real. Three-dimensional, in a way. And not just spit out what you learned.
  6. Jarrett only recorded one album for Columbia and it certainly is a great one. It covers lots of different territories with a stellar cast of musicians, Charlie Haden, .
  7. Aug 06,  · But really - and forgive me for marching in lockstep with the jazzhead fashion brigade - that was a long time ago, and Jarrett's surpassed it a few times by now (La Scala, Vienna, etc.). I'd even argue that musically, Koln doesn't measure up to other records he was making at the time, especially Facing You & Belonging - 2 absolute must-listens.
  8. Amid rumored tension within the band, Keith Jarrett's American Quartet met for one last marathon recording date before disbanding, and Impulse made the most of it by spreading the music out over two separate releases. From the evidence of this the band certainly doesn't sound as if it was ready to break up; the interplay is telepathic, the musical ideas are still fresh, and there is a.