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Jazz Today: Branford Marsalis on Doing His Own Thing

Saxophonist Branford Marsalis and his veteran quartet's The Secret Between the Shadow and the Soul demonstrates his commitment to communicating emotions to listeners but without compromise to his kind of jazz.

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Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden: Last Dance

Two masters play mostly love songs as if the night were coming to a close.

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Keith Jarrett: No End

The great pianist, noodling in the studio on a couple of chords -- without end.

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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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The Best Jazz of 2011

Jazz is ready to go just about anywhere these days, and our list this year travels a good distance from free playing to fusion, controlled singing to daring solo piano.

John Garratt and Will Layman
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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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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.

Will Layman
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