Carnegie Hall Keith Jarrett

Keith Jarrett - The Carnegie Hall Concert (2006) [2CD] {ECM 1989/90} [re-up]

Keith Jarrett - The Carnegie Hall Concert (2006) [2CD] {ECM 1989/90}
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© 2006 ECM Records | ECM 1989/90 / 985 6224
Jazz / Post Bop / Modern Creative / Piano

The new rules Keith Jarrett has made for himself in solo performance are firmly in play on the two-disc Carnegie Hall Concert, recorded in the Isaac Stern Auditorium in September of 2005. Those who found his earlier solo recordings – from Vienna and Köln to La Scala – to be compelling might be a bit disconcerted at first, because of the completely different approach Jarrett has taken to improvising. His concert is divided into shorter segments, or parts, and often changes direction numerous times in the course of a single piece. Indeed, the impression is given almost of composed songs where harmony, melody, and rhythm are pulled to the breaking point and reassembled along new lines.
Keith Jarrett - Expectations (1972) {2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000 Columbia-RCA Series}

Keith Jarrett - Expectations (1972) {2014 Japan Jazz Collection 1000 Columbia-RCA Series}
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Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Post-Bop / Piano

Reissue. Comes with new liner notes. This was the first real indication to the world that Keith Jarrett was an ambitious, multi-talented threat to be reckoned with, an explosion of polystylistic music that sprawled over two LPs (now squeezed onto a single CD). Using his classic quartet (Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian) as a base, Jarrett occasionally adds the biting rock-edged electric guitar of Sam Brown and always-intriguing percussionist Airto Moreira, and indulges in some pleasant string and brass arrangements of his own, along with some grinding organ smears and acceptable soprano sax.

Keith Jarrett - Last Solo (2002)  Music

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

Keith Jarrett - Last Solo (2002)
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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)
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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.
Esther Phillips - At Onkel Pö's Carnegie Hall Hamburg 1978 (2017)

Esther Phillips - At Onkel Pö's Carnegie Hall Hamburg 1978 (2017)
Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Soul | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:25:25 | 195 MB
Label: Jazzline

The spectacularly exceptional singer Esther Phillips performing a magical concert at Onkel Pö's Carnegie Hall, in 1978. The legendary Hamburg hot spot is once again turned into a seething cauldron of emotions. Phillips was rediscovered in the disco era: with "What a Difference a Day Makes", a song which had previously been an inherent part of the repertoire of Dinah Washington, an artist much admired by Esther. Of course, the song was also performed at Onkel Pö, just before the end of the concert. The concert, which was recorded by NDR and featured powerful accompanists and a highly enthusiastic audience - now documented on CD - showed her ability to completely enchant her audience.
George Benson - In Concert - Carnegie Hall (1975-76) {Mosaic Contemporary MSC 5009 rel 2007}

George Benson - In Concert - Carnegie Hall (1975-76) {Mosaic Contemporary MSC 5009 rel 2007}
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© 1975-76, 2007 Mosaic Contemporary / Sony BMG Music | MSC 5009
Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Crossover Jazz / Guitar

In Concert – Carnegie Hall is George Benson's final recording for Creed Taylor's CTI label, and was mostly recorded on one night in 1975. There was some additional recording done at Rudy Van Gelder's studio in 1976, where Taylor replaced the original rhythm section of Wayne Dockery on bass and Marvin Chapell on drums with Will Lee and Steve Gadd, for whatever reason Taylor had at the time. Regardless, this is a solid "live" effort with Benson cooking on all burners, beginning with a monster version of Dave Brubeck's "Take Five," which had been cut on an earlier album and had become a staple in the live set.

Keith Jarrett - Book Of Ways (1987) {2CD ECM 1344~45}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Sept. 18, 2017
Keith Jarrett - Book Of Ways (1987) {2CD ECM 1344~45}

Keith Jarrett - Book Of Ways (1987) {2CD ECM 1344~45}
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© 1987 ECM Records | ECM 1344/45
Jazz / Classical / Modern Post Bebop / Neo-Classical / Modern Creative / Clavichord

Thanks in no small part to ECM founder Manfred Eicher's patience and indulgence, here we have another of Keith Jarrett's myriad of "special projects" – two CDs of music recorded on a clavichord. This carries Jarrett's anti-electric crusade to a real extreme, the clavichord being a keyboard from J.S. Bach's day, obsolete for over 200 years. The instrument produces a gentle pinging sound like a harpsichord crossed with a zither (the amplified Hohner Clavinet is the closest sound in our time), and Jarrett occasionally tries to stretch the instrument's limited possibilities, hammering percussively on the close-miked strings. Yet for the most part, Jarrett reins in his world-class technique in order to make unpretentiously minimal music on this ancient keyboard. Some of it sounds like folk music, some like new age contemplation, there are convincing neo-baroque musings, and a few of these untitled though numbered selections kick into a higher gear. Sometimes this music is charming; a lot of the time, it gets wearisome. But hey, they also laughed when Keith started putting out massive sets of solo piano…

Keith Jarrett - Dark Intervals (1988) {ECM 1379}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Aug. 21, 2017
Keith Jarrett - Dark Intervals (1988) {ECM 1379}

Keith Jarrett - Dark Intervals (1988) {ECM 1379}
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© 1988 ECM Records | ECM 1379
Jazz / Post-Bop / Piano

Keith Jarrett weaves a special kind of spell in his improvisations, one somehow connected to a greater humanity, for though the music and playing are ethereal, one is never mistaken that they are anything but earthly. Jarrett is not a mere vessel, but a creative force of flesh and bone whose fingers speak in ways we can only understand without words. This live recording from Tokyo’s Suntory Hall expands that flesh, and feels so intimate it might as well have grown away from others in the cave of his private studio.
Charles Mingus - Mingus At Carnegie Hall (1974) {1994 MFSL} **[RE-UP]**

Charles Mingus - Mingus At Carnegie Hall (1974) {1994 MFSL}
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Mingus At Carnegie Hall is the 1974 album by Charles Mingus, originally released on Atlantic. This Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab pressing was released in 1994. Mingus is joined by George Adams (tenor sax), Hamiet Bluiett (baritone sax), Jon Faddis (trumpet), John Handy (alto & tenor saxes), Rahsaan Roland Kirk (tenor sax & stritch), Charles McPherson (alto sax), Don Pullen (piano) and Dannie Richmond (drums). It was recorded at Carnegie Hall on 19 January, 1974.
Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker - Carnegie Hall Concert (1974) {Epic EPC 450554 2 rel 1987}

Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker - Carnegie Hall Concert (1974) {Epic EPC 450554 2 rel 1987}
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© 1974, 1987 CTI / Epic / CBS | EPC 450554 2
Jazz / Cool / West Coast Jazz / Saxophone / Trumpet

At this 1974 concert baritonist Gerry Mulligan and trumpeter Chet Baker had one of their very rare reunions; it would be only the second and final time that they recorded together after Mulligan's original quartet broke up in 1953. Oddly enough, a fairly contemporary rhythm section was used (keyboardist Bob James, vibraphonist Dave Samuels, bassist Ron Carter, drummer Harvey Mason, and in one of his first recordings, guitarist John Scofield). However, some of the old magic was still there between the horns, and in addition to two of Mulligan's newer tunes, this set (the first of two volumes) also includes fresh versions of "Line for Lyons" and "My Funny Valentine."