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Keith Jarrett

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. He has recorded nearly 80 albums as a leader in jazz and classical music. And he has won the Down Beat Critics Poll as a pianist numerous times, including consecutively between 2001 and 2008.

Jarrett was born May 8, 1945 in Allentown, Pennsylvania. At the age of three he began playing piano. He undertook the study of classical music at age eight, and at 15 he studied formal composition before moving to Boston to study briefly at the Berklee College of Music. Still in his teens, Jarrett intended to further his academic work in Paris before deciding to move to New York in 1964 and become a jazz musician.

He entered the city's vibrant scene by sitting in with veteran and aspiring players at clubs, including the Village Vanguard. His first touring gig was with Art Blakey's New Jazz Messengers, where he remained until 1966. The lone recording with that band -- which also featured trumpeter Chuck Mangione -- was Buttercorn Lady, recorded live at the Lighthouse in Hermosa Beach. Jarrett joined Charles Lloyd's famed quartet in 1966. That band, which reflected the variety of changes taking place in jazz and popular music in general, achieved global success as both a recording and touring entity.

He left the group in 1968 and issued his first solo recording, Restoration Ruin, on the Vortex label. He played everything on the album including soprano saxophone, harmonica, drums, and guitar in addition to piano; he even sang. The album is mainly considered a curiosity in his catalog because it wasn't a jazz album, but a folk-rock recording. Regardless of how Jarrett regards it today, it stands as a brave undertaking from a young musician and paints an interesting view of his early thoughts in lieu of what he would accomplish later. Appearing the same year, he recorded Life Between the Exit Signs for Atlantic, where he led a trio whose rhythm section consisted of bassist Charlie Haden and Paul Motian. This group -- later a quartet with the addition of saxophonist Dewey Redman -- would record together for 11 years and attain the status of jazz legend for their dynamic, groundbreaking interplay and improvisation.

Jarrett played organ and electric piano with Miles Davis between 1970 and 1971, which resulted in Live at the Fillmore and Live/Evil. His work with Davis would also surface on the trumpeter's 1974 album, Get Up with It, and was beautifully documented on the box set Miles Davis: The Cellar Door Session 1970, which was issued in 2005. Jarrett also appeared on other artists' albums during this period, including Airto's Free, psychedelic pop duo Barbara & Ernie's Prelude To..., and soul singer Donal Leace's self-titled offering from 1972. Jarrett and Gary Burton issued their self-titled recording on Atlantic in 1971, the same year his trio released The Mourning of a Star.

The pianist briefly signed to Columbia, releasing one enduring album for the label, Expectations, in 1972 -- an album that featured his trio with guitarist Sam Brown and Airto. The year also proved fruitful for two other reasons. The first was Facing You, Jarrett's first solo piano recording for Manfred Eicher's young ECM label, an association that would become symbiotic by the end of the decade. As previously mentioned, Redman joined Jarrett's group in late 1971, and the first offering by the larger band was Birth, issued by Atlantic in 1972. The band also recorded for Impulse! during this time, issuing the highly regarded Fort Yawuh (1973), Treasure Island (1974), Death and the Flower and Backhand (1975), Mysteries (1976), ByaBlue (1977), and Bop-Be (1978). El Juicio (The Judgement) also appeared on Atlantic in 1975.

Jarrett's horizons were broadening considerably in the early '70s, and his association with ECM was deepening. While 1972 saw the release of Ruta and Daitya, a duet album with Jack DeJohnette, 1973 offered evidence of what would become iconic in the decades to come: the improvised Solo Concerts: Bremen & Lausanne. In 1975, Jarrett's double-live solo piano album The Köln Concert was released; its warmth, accessibility, and immense and enduring popularity have made it the best-selling solo piano recording in jazz history. His other solo piano works for ECM include Staircase, the ten-album Sun Bear Concerts, Moth and the Flame, Concerts, Paris Concert, Dark Intervals, Vienna Concert, La Scala, Carnegie Hall Concert, and Rio.

Jarrett began recording with a European group in the '70s, the second of his three groups that would become legendary. His European quartet included saxophonist Jan Garbarek, bassist Palle Danielsson, and drummer Jon Christensen; their debut, Belonging, appeared in 1974. Simultaneously, Jarrett remained busy with his American quartet and with recording experimentation. In the Light, which was released in 1974, was a double album that showcased his interest in composing modern classical music. His compositions were wide-ranging; among them were a string quartet, a brass quintet, and "Crystal Moment (Piece for Four Celli and Two Trombones)." He also recorded a pair of albums co-led with Garbarek, Luminescence (1975), where the pair was aided by an orchestral string section, and the popular Arbour Zena, which included Haden on bass as well as chamber strings. In 1976, the provocative Hymns/Spheres, a double album of improvisations played on an enormous 18th century organ in the Benedictine Abbey Ottobeuren, appeared on ECM.

The pianist's European quartet issued My Song in 1978, an album that brought more conservative jazz fans back to Jarrett's table, especially as it was surrounded by the releases of Bop-Be and The Survivor's Suite, the first of two releases by his American quartet to appear on ECM. That band's final album together, the live double album Eyes of the Heart, was released in 1979.

Jarrett kicked off the '80s with Celestial Hawk: For Orchestra, Percussion and Piano, recorded at Carnegie Hall. This work wed his instinctual improvisational discipline on the piano to his formal compositional abilities in both vanguard classical music and jazz. That year, his European quartet also released the live Nude Ants -- recorded at the Village Vanguard -- and Sacred Hymns, a solo piano album of compositions by metaphysical philosopher/musician Georges Ivanovitch Gurdjieff.

In 1983, Jarrett began working in a trio with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette. It was the beginning of an association that has lasted ever since. Their initial session produced three albums: Standards, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, and Changes (the last a set of free improvisations). Throughout the decade they alternated between recording standards and freely improvised sets, among them 1986's Standards Live and 1989's Changeless.

Jarrett also cut two deeply personal albums in the '80s. In 1986, Spirits, a double album, featured him playing piano, flute, recorder, soprano saxophone, guitar, and percussion. Another double, Book of Ways from 1987, was completely performed on the clavichord.

In 1988, Jarrett began recording canonical classical music. His first release was Bach's Das Wohltemperierte Klavier Buch I, followed by his Goldberg Variations the following year. But he hadn't abandoned jazz. Jarrett closed the decade with records by his European quartet in Personal Mountains, and by his American trio with Changeless, in 1989.

While his first album of the '90s was the solo Paris Concert, the trio was also busy touring. They stopped briefly to record Bye Bye Blackbird in 1991 as a memorial to Miles Davis. That said, Jarrett spent most of the decade's first half recording classical music. These albums included collections of Handel and Bach sonatas -- both with Michala Petri playing recorder: his award-winning Shostakovich: 24 Preludes and Fugues Op. 87 in 1992, Bach's French Suites in 1993, and the composer's Bach: 3 Sonaten für Viola da Gamba und Cembalo with violist Kim Kashkashian in 1994. He also recorded W.A. Mozart Piano Concertos K. 467, 488, 595 Masonic Funeral Music K. 477 & Symphony in G Minor K. 550 with conductor Dennis Russell Davies and the Stuttgart Symphony, which remained unreleased until 2004.

At the Deer Head Inn with Peacock and DeJohnette also appeared in 1994. A six-CD box set entitled Keith Jarrett at the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings, was released in 1995, documenting a three-night stand by the trio in June of 1994.

While on tour with the trio in Europe during 1996, Jarrett became ill with what was diagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome. He battled the disease -- caused by an infection from parasitic bacteria -- for three years. While he recovered, ECM issued the 1995 solo concert La Scala in 1997, as well the trio document Tokyo '96 in 1998. During his illness in 1997, Jarrett gathered his strength and recorded the intimate Melody at Night, with You, in his home studio. It is a solo piano offering of short, straightforward interpretations of standards, ballads, folk songs, and a lone original; it is the most intimate recording in his oeuvre, and unlike anything else in his catalog. The album was released in 1999, the year he had recovered enough to begin touring again with his trio. Jarrett's first release of the 21st century, in fact, was Whisper Not, a collection of standards recorded on that tour.

Over the next four years, the trio toured and recorded shows. ECM issued several albums from them, including standards recordings such as Up for It and The Out of Towners, as well as Inside Out and Always Let Me Go -- the latter two shows consist of freely improvised music. In 2007, My Foolish Heart: Live at Montreux appeared, commemorating the trio's 25th anniversary. The stellar solo piano effort The Carnegie Hall Concert, wherein the pianist created new rules for himself as a live improviser, also appeared that year. In 2008, The Cure was released. It was a prime live standards gig by the trio from 1990 that had been sitting in the vault.

In 2009, the Paris/London solo concerts appeared, followed in 2010 by a duet recording between the pianist and Haden entitled Jasmine. In 2011, the aforementioned Rio was released shortly after the concert took place -- an anomaly in Jarrett's career. In 2012, ECM once more dug into its vaults and released Sleeper: Tokyo, April 16th, 1979, a previously unissued date by Jarrett's European quartet. His trio recorded at the Luzern Concert Hall in July of 2009; the concert was released as Somewhere in May of 2013. In November of that year, ECM released No End, an archival home studio recording from 1986, on which he played all instruments, including piano, electric guitars, bass, tablas, recorder, and drums; it was followed in December with the complete reissue Concerts: Bregenz München, a three-disc set comprising two solo piano concerts from 1981. In June of 2014, more standards from the 2007 duet sessions with Haden that yielded Jasmine were released as Last Dance.

For the occasion of the pianist's 70th birthday in May of 2015, ECM released two albums simultaneously: one was an orchestral classical recording of the pianist performing Barber's Piano Concerto and Bartók's Piano Concerto No. 3 with different orchestras. The second was a solo piano offering entitled Creation. Departing from his usual practice of issuing complete concert recordings, this set offered handpicked and carefully sequenced selections from Jarrett's performances in Tokyo, Toronto, Rome, and Paris. ~ Thom Jurek
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: No End

Disc 1

1. I

2. II

3. III

4. IV

5. V

6. VI

7. VII


9. IX

10. X

Disc 2

1. XI

2. XII


4. XIV

5. XV

6. XVI



9. XIX

10. XX


Track List: Rio

Disc 1

1. Rio Part I

2. Rio Part II

3. Rio Part III

4. Rio Part IV

5. Rio Part V

6. Rio Part VI

Disc 2

1. Rio Part VII

2. Rio Part VIII

3. Rio Part IX

4. Rio Part X

5. Rio Part XI

6. Rio Part XII

7. Rio Part XIII

8. Rio Part XIV

9. Rio Part XV


Track List: Testament Paris / London

Disc 1

1. Part I

2. Part II

3. Part III

4. Part IV

5. Part V

6. Part VI

7. Part VII

8. Part VIII

Disc 2

1. Part I

2. Part II

3. Part III

4. Part IV

5. Part V

6. Part VI

Disc 3

1. Part VII

2. Part VIII

3. Part IX

4. Part X

5. Part XI

6. Part XII


Track List: Yesterdays

1. Strollin'

2. You Took Advantage Of Me

3. Yesterdays

4. Shaw 'nuff

5. You've Changed

6. Scrapple From The Apple

7. A Sleeping Bee

8. Intro, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

9. Stella By Starlight


Track List: My Foolish Heart (Live At Montreux)

Disc 1

1. Four (Live At Montreux)

2. My Foolish Heart (Live At Montreux)

3. Oleo (Live At Montreux)

4. What's New (Live At Montreux)

5. The Song Is You (Live At Montreux)

6. Ain't Misbehavin' (Live At Montreux)

Disc 2

1. Honeysuckle Rose (Live At Montreux)

2. You Took Advantage Of Me (Live At Montreux)

3. Straight, No Chaser (Live At Montreux)

4. Five Brothers (Live At Montreux)

5. Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry (Live At Montreux)

6. On Green Dolphin Street (Live At Montreux)

7. Only The Lonely (Live At Montreux)


Track List: The Carnegie Hall Concert

Disc 1

1. Parte I (Live)

2. Parte II (Live)

3. Parte III (Live)

4. Parte IV (Live)

5. Parte V (Live)

Disc 2

1. Part VI (Live)

2. Part VII (Live)

3. Part VIII (Live)

4. Part IX (Live)

5. Part X (Live)

6. The Good America (Live)

7. Paint My Heart Red (Live)

8. My Song (Live)

9. True Blues (Live)

10. Time On My Hands (Live)


Track List: The Out-Of-Towners (Live)

1. Intro / I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me (Live)

2. You've Changed (Live)

3. I Love You (Live)

4. The Out-Of-Towners (Live)

5. Five Brothers (Live)

6. It's All In The Game (Live)


Track List: Up For It (Live)

1. If I Were A Bell (Live)

2. Butch & Butch (Live)

3. My Funny Valentine (Live)

4. Scrapple From The Apple (Live)

5. Someday My Prince Will Come (Live)

6. Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West (Live)

7. Autumn Leaves / Up For It (Live)


Track List: Always Let Me Go (Live)

Disc 1

1. Hearts In Space (Live)

2. The River (Live)

3. Tributaries (Live)

4. Paradox (Live)

Disc 2

1. Waves (Live)

2. Facing East (Live)

3. Tsunami (Live)

4. Relay (Live)


Track List: Rarum, Vol. 1: Selected Recordings

Disc 1

1. Book Of Ways 18

2. Book Of Ways 12

3. Book Of Ways 14

4. Heartland

5. Spirits 16

6. Spirits 20

7. Spirits 2

8. Spirits 13

9. Spirits 25

10. Spheres (7th Movement)

11. The Windup

12. 'long As Your Living Yours

13. My Song

14. The Journey Home

Disc 2

1. Recitative

2. Americana

3. Invocations (First, Solo Voice)

4. Invocations (Fifth, Recoginition)

5. Munich, Part Iv

6. Late Night Willie

7. The Cure

8. Bop-Be

9. No Lonely Nights

10. Hymn Of Rememberance


Track List: Inside Out

1. From The Body

2. Inside Out

3. 341 Free Fade

4. Riot

5. When I Fall In Love


Track List: Whisper Not - Live In Paris 1999

Disc 1

1. Bouncing With Bud (live 1999)

2. Whisper Not (live 1999)

3. Groovin' High (live 1999)

4. Chelsea Bridge (live 1999)

5. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (live 1999)

6. Round Midnight (live 1999)

7. Sandu (live 1999)

Disc 2

1. What Is This Thing Called Love (live 1999)

2. Conception (live 1999)

3. Prelude To A Kiss (live 1999)

4. Hallucinations (live 1999)

5. All My Tomorrows (live 1999)

6. Poinciana (live 1999)

7. When I Fall In Love (live 1999)


Track List: Tokyo '96

1. It Could Happen To You (live)

2. Never Let Me Go (Live)

3. Billie's Bounce (live)

4. Summer Night (Live)

5. I'll Remember April (live)

6. Mona Lisa (Live)

7. Autumn Leaves (live)

8. Last Night When We Were Young (Live)

9. John's Abbey (live)

10. My Funny Valentine (Live)


Track List: Mysteries - The Impulse Years 1975 - 1976 (Box Set)

Disc 1

1. Shades Of Jazz

2. Southern Smiles

3. Rose Petals

4. Diatribe

5. Shades Of Jazz (Take 3) Prev. Uniss.

6. Southern Smiles (Take 4) Prev. Uniss.

7. Rose Petals (Take 4) Prev. Uniss.

8. Rose Petals (Take 1c) Prev. Uniss.

Disc 2

1. Rotation

2. Everything That Lives Laments

3. Flame

4. Mysteries

5. Everything That Lives Laments (Take 6) Prev. Uniss.

6. Playaround (Take 1) Prev. Uniss

Disc 3

1. Byablue

2. Konya

3. Rainbow

4. Trieste

5. Fantasm (Take 1) Prev. Uniss.

6. Fantasm

7. Yahllah

8. Byablue

9. Trieste (Take 1 Intro Only) Prev. Uniss.

10. Rainbow (Take 3a/5a) Prev. Uniss.

Disc 4

1. Mushi Mushi

2. Silence

3. Bop-Be

4. Pyramids Moving

5. Gotta Get Some Sleep

6. Blackberry Winter

7. Pocketful Of Cherry

8. Gotta Get Some Sleep (Take 2) Prev. Uniss.

9. Blackberry Winter (Take 4) Prev. Uniss.


Track List: At The Blue Note: The Complete Recordings

Disc 1

1. In Your Own Sweet Way (live)

2. How Long Has This Been Going On (Live)

3. While We're Young (Live)

4. Partners (Live)

5. No Lonely Nights (Live)

6. Now's The Time (live)

7. Lament (Live)

Disc 2

1. I'm Old Fashioned (Live)

2. Everything Happens To Me (Live)

3. If I Were A Bell (live)

4. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning (Live)

5. Oleo (live)

6. Alone Together (live)

7. Skylark (Live)

8. Things Ain't What They Used To Be (Live)

Disc 3

1. Autumn Leaves (Live)

2. Days Of Wine And Roses (Live)

3. Bop-Be (Live)

4. You Don't Know What Love Is; Muezzin (live)

5. When I Fall In Love (live)

Disc 4
Disc 5
Disc 6

1. Time After Time (Live)

2. For Heaven's Sake (Live)

3. Partners (Live)

4. Desert Sun (live)

5. How About You? (live)


Track List: Vienna Concert

1. Vienna, Part I

2. Vienna, Part II


Track List: Tribute

Disc 1

1. Lover Man (live)

2. I Hear A Rhapsody

3. Little Girl Blue

4. Solar (live)

5. Sun Prayer

Disc 2

1. Just In Time

2. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

3. All Of You (live)

4. Ballad Of The Sad Young Men

5. All The Things You Are

6. It's Easy To Remember (live)

7. U Dance


Track List: Changeless

1. Dancing (live)

2. Endless (live)

3. Lifeline

4. Ecstasy


Track List: Personal Mountains

1. Personal Mountains

2. Prism

3. Oasis

4. Innocence

5. Late Night Willie


Track List: Standards Live

1. Stella By Starlight

2. The Wrong Blues

3. Falling In Love With Love

4. Too Young To Go Steady

5. The Way You Look Tonight

6. The Old Country


Track List: My Song

1. Questar

2. My Song

3. Tabarka

4. Country

5. Mandala

6. The Journey Home


Track List: Silence

1. Byablue

2. Rainbow

3. Trieste

4. Fantasm

5. Mushi Mushi

6. Silence

7. Bop-Be

8. Gotta Get Some Sleep

9. Blackberry Winter

10. Pocket Full Of Cherry


Track List: Hymns Spheres

Disc 1

1. Hymn Of Remembrance

2. Spheres (1st Movement)

3. Spheres (2nd Movement)

4. Spheres (3rd Movement)

5. Spheres (4th Movement)

Disc 2

1. Spheres (5th Movement)

2. Spheres (6th Movement)

3. Spheres (7th Movement)

4. Spheres (8th Movement)

5. Spheres (9th Movement)

6. Hymn Of Release


Track List: Fort Yawuh

1. (If The) Misfits (Wear It) (Live)

2. Fort Yawuh

3. De Drums (Live)

4. Still Life, Still Life (Live)

5. Roads Travelled, Roads Veiled


Track List: A Multitude Of Angels (Live)

1. Part I (Live At Teatro Comunale, Modena / 1996)

2. Part II (Live At Teatro Comunale, Modena / 1996)

3. Danny Boy (Live At Teatro Comunale, Modena / 1996)

4. Part I (Live At Teatro Comunale, Ferrara / 1996)

5. Part II (Live At Teatro Comunale, Ferrara / 1996)

6. Encore (Live At Teatro Comunale, Ferrara / 1996)

7. Part I (Live At Teatro Regio, Torino / 1996)

8. Part II (Live At Teatro Regio, Torino / 1996)

9. Part I (Live At Teatro Carlo Felice, Genova / 1996)

10. Part II (Live At Teatro Carlo Felice, Genova / 1996)

11. Encore (Live At Teatro Carlo Felice, Genova / 1996)

12. Over The Rainbow (Live At Teatro Carlo Felice, Genova / 1996)


Track List: Belonging

1. Spiral Dance

2. Blossom

3. 'Long As You Know You're Living Yours

4. Belonging

5. The Windup

6. Solstice


Track List: Facing You

1. In Front

2. Ritooria

3. Lalene

4. My Lady; My Child

5. Landscape For Future Earth

6. Starbright

7. Vapallia

8. Semblence


Track List: Nude Ants

Disc 1

1. Chant Of The Soil

2. Innocence (live)

3. Processional

Disc 2

1. Oasis

2. New Dance (live)

3. Sunshine Song


Track List: The Cure

1. Bemsha Swing (live)

2. Old Folks (Live)

3. Woody'n You (live)

4. Blame It On My Youth (Live)

5. Golden Earrings (live)

6. Body And Soul (Live)

7. The Cure (Live)

8. Things Ain't What They Used To Be (live)


Track List: The Impulse Years: 1973-1974

Disc 1

1. (If The) Misfits (Wear It)

2. Fort Yawuh

3. De Drums (live)

4. Still Life, Still Life

5. (If The) Misfits (Wear It)

Disc 2

1. Whistle Tune

2. Spoken Introduction

3. Angles (Without Edges)

4. Roads Traveled, Roads Veiled

5. De Drums (Excerpt)

6. Melting The Ice

Disc 3

1. The Rich (And The Poor) (live)

2. Blue Streak

3. Fullsuvollivus (Fools Of All Of Us)

4. Treasure Island

5. Introduction And Yaqui Indian Folk Song

6. Le Mistral

7. Angles (Without Edges)

8. Sister Fortune

9. Death And The Flower

Disc 4

1. Death And The Flower

2. Prayer

3. Great Bird

4. Prayer

Disc 5

1. Inflight (live)

2. Kuum

3. Vapallia

4. Backhand (live)

5. Victoria


Track List: The Survivors' Suite

1. Beginning

2. Conclusion


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lol...The brushes sound like they are scissors giving a guy a haircut!
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lol...The brushes is sound like they are scissors giving a guy a haircut!
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This is lovely; unfamiliar with this Testament recording. I continue to listen (and attempt to play) the Koln Concert since first hearing it in 1975. I think it is the most sensual music.
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Happy 71st birthday! Keith is a little eccentric. But a better pianist cannot be found :)
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The man puts his heart and soul and groans into the moment I feel the vibe purity and genuine genius that tickle the ivories with so much majesty and grace I honor the dignity of his presence
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Stands alone::::::: A L W A Y S ! ! ! !
Pure Genius !!!!
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Want to hear Jarrett's Koln Concert! Where is it?
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Needed to hear PERSONAL MOUNTAINS today !!! Thanks PANDORA ❤️������ would also be nice to hear SO TENDER ❤️��
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If only he would stop groaning
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I am a serious Keith Jarrett fan but two minuets of applause? I would have preferred to hear him playing on the track..THE GOOD AMERICA.
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❤️❤️❤️ to KEITH JARRETT ��
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Koln is indeed mentioned - see above: In 1975, Jarrett's double-live solo piano album The Köln Concert was released; its warmth, accessibilit y , and immense and enduring popularity have made it the best-selling solo piano recording in jazz history. And my first Jarrett album. He won my heart for all time. I'd seen him perform with Charles Lloyd, so not prepared for the wonder that is Koln!
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Mr Jarrett is truly a genius improvisatio n . With every move on the keyboard he continually keeps drawing you into his amazing arrangements .
Me Jarrett you truly the greatest!!
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Magic Fingers of artist Keith Jarrett. Love the great sounds that come from his Piano.
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and maple18 see no koln concert. what happened there? Am I sitting on a rare gem having the album?
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yes rffian73 I cannot find Live at the Koln concert anywhere. fortunately I have the double album ............ . . . . . T h e youtube version is not it.......... . . . .
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Keith Jarrett is immersed in his art without effort and it becomes spiritual in a sense. Nothing but the truth he's a god sent keep on doing what you doing. The truth needs no explanation !!
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There is mention of Koln Concert album!
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How come no mention of Concert in Koln? One of my all time favorite jazz albums.
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Playing right now !!!! The church of Keith Jarrett & Jan Garbarek is now in session. PREACH FELLAS X
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Artie1940 commented

Totally unique in composition and phrasing---a true genius at the keyboard!!!!
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GOSPEl, soul & Jazz all into one
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Upon returning from S Americca in 1973, my lady's and my circuitous journey back home to Alaska took us through New Haven around Halloween and we experienced Keith in the Yale Univesity chapel performing essentially the same concert as the Koln Concert; it was amazing and mind-blowing though we never guessed what a monumental thing it would become. I had known him from Charles Lloyd's Forest Flower recording... A great pioneer, love both his introspectiv e stuff and the stuff with Miles.
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Keith Jarrett is by far my favorite musician. I listen to his music almost every day.
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I love this version of Masquerade.. . . . a master of Improv. Thankyou Keith Jarrett & co. So grateful to your constant burning flame....
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0420 /28 Aug me & Keith, Jan & the boys getting our thang ON !!! Flow x
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THE MASQUERADE IS OVER what an apt tune !!!! The trio swings strong but Oh so elegant :) MR Jarrett emotes BIG TIME !!! I love it !!!! X
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ROSE PETALS; solemn dirge, that has such a beautiful & spiritual tone !!!
Plus, the AVANT GARDE swing makes it easy to listen to !!! X
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The quartet hits a high note on the track SO TENDER !!! All I can say is WOW & THANK YOU X
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He played a remarkable version of Over the Rainbow.
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These cats swing like a baptist church on Sunday morn :) SPIRITUAL & SOULFUL !!!!! X
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CHANT OF THE SOIL is classic !!!!
Rocks the soul !!!!! Swings like they invented it :) X
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How about the incredibly gorgeous Koln Concert?
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Time After Time is one of the great piano jazz tracks of all time. It stands the test of time. Each time I hear it I am blown away by his improvisatio n a l genius. Oh, the man swings hard.
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Who's on the trap set in Five Brothers? Anybody know?
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Check out "Oasis" x
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His music (especially with Jan Garbarek) is timeless !!!!! Thanks to my friend Steve of Ohio for introducing me to "MY SONG" x
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Unbelievable talented musician wonderful to listen to
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Lover. Man
by. Keith. Jarrett
on. Tribute.

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Mr. Keith. Jarrett. You've. Changed
Smooth. Grove.
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I am so glad to be born into the same time as this pianist - the joy of hearing his live solo concerts-pur e pleasure. Appreciate the many recordings as well, with the trio, with others, and of course, solo. He's an inspiration for my own playing, to keep following the spirit of a song.
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I love this man! Makes me so happy hearing him sing along, just pure joy and awesomeness
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I've followed his music for amazing and consistent pianist.
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I love his music in all forms !!!!!! Especially the quartet with Garbarek
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One of the greatest musicians ...ever.
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Never pass a great and a fine wonderful artist
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A keyboard genius--pure & simple-& God Knows since my mid-teens(71 now) I've loved & collected great piano artists (among many great master-instr u m e n t a l i s t s ) on vynil! when feasible! After being transfixed by the justly-famed KOLN Concert albums I caught him live back in the 70s at Lincoln Center & what a trip! LOVE his more contemplativ e & totally seductive vibe on 'Jasmine' album too-great American Songbook .
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This is just amazing work - I'd love to see this live!
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I love the Jarrett & Garbarek bands !!!! Their music is a joy !!!!! X
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