Articles tagged keith jarrett

Finding the Sublime in Jazz, an Argument for Abstraction

Jazz columnist Will Layman presents seven pieces of music as evidence of the beauty and urgency of pure sound in instrumental jazz.

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The Sublime Marriage of Music and Image in ‘Fandango’

The 1985 cult-favorite is a textbook example of how to use music effectively in film. Yet, there was never an official soundtrack release.

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Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette: Somewhere

Just when you thought a 68-year-old dude had explored every possible way to burn up a jazz standard, here he comes bearing some more.

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10 Apr 2013 // 10:01 PM

Keith Jarrett: Hymns/Spheres

A double-disc set that finds the jazz pianist jamming on a baroque organ in the 1970s (when else?).

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7 Nov 2011 // 5:35 AM

Pianist Keith Jarrett talks about his jazz trio

SEATTLE — Pianist Keith Jarrett is buzzed about his excellent new solo album, “Rio,” released last week by ECM. Jarrett wrote the book on open-ended, spontaneous

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Keith Jarrett: Setting Standards

The fulfillment of the promise shown in the three records collected in this lovely box set continues to this day.

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Keith Jarrett: The Carnegie Hall Concert

Solo piano again -- but glorious again.

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6 Jun 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Keith Jarrett: Radiance

Radiance is unique in this venerable line of concert recordings, and reestablishes Mr. Jarrett as one of the few truly gigantic talents in modern jazz.

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	Keith Jarrett: Selected Recordings: Rarum III

It’s hardly surprising that Keith Jarrett’s contribution to ECM’s Rarum series of selected recordings chosen by the artist should be a two-disc

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	Keith Jarrett: Whisper Not

In 1985, Keith Jarrett had a breakdown of sorts. His forays into classical music were taking him away from jazz, and the strain caused by this

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"Rock Never Dies" Takes Shots at Celebrity Culture In a Surprisingly Effective Episode

// Channel Surfing

"Season 12's best episode yet isn't perfect, but well-done, with an excellent swan song performance by Rick Springfield.

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