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All Of You - Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette - Standards II (Laserdisc)

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  1. Next came a reunion with his Standards Trio - Jack DeJohnette on drums and Gary Peacock on bass -- on the two-disc set Whisper Not. Here, Jarrett and his cohorts ripped through an energetic set of.
  2. Standards I/II: Tokyo 19is a revealing window into a group just beginning its journey, but this double-DVD set, with over three hours of footage, also proves, along with the reissue of Setting Standards, that the trio's chemistry was near- instantaneous, and that the ensuing years have only cemented an already firm foundation.
  3. Jan 25,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jack DeJohnette - Keith Jarrett - Gary Peacock YouTube Keith Jarrett Trio - On Green Dolphin Street - Duration: barkofink 1,, views.
  4. Jan 11,  · Editors’ Notes In , Keith Jarrett, who had become a jazz star in the s with solo piano albums such as Solo Concerts: Bremen and Lausanne and The Koln Concert, headed into the studio to record standards with a topflight trio.(Joining him for the occasion was the bassist Gary Peacock and the drummer Jack DeJohnette.) The fruitful session resulted in three albums: Standards.
  5. Yesterdays is the third title ECM has released by Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, and Jack DeJohnette (dubbed "the standards trio"). The first two -- The Out-of-Towners released in and My Foolish Heart issued in -- were actually recorded later than this live date recorded in Tokyo in April of This also marks a first in the pianist's career: the George Gershwin tune "You Took 8/
  6. Setting Standards: New York Sessions, a specially priced three-disc set issued by ECM, marks the 25th anniversary of the "standards" trio formed by Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, and Jack DeJohnette at a very particular time in jazz history. It assembles -- for the first time in one place -- the first three offerings by the trio recorded in its landmark sessions for the first ECM outing of.
  7. When Keith Jarrett, bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette recorded their first set of jazz standards in , they recast a stock repertoire into a template for piano trio jazz that.
  8. Oct 24,  · Keith Jarret, Gary Peacock, Jack Dejohnette ao vivo no Koseinenkin, Tokio (15 de fevereiro de ) Tracklist: 1. I Wish I knew 2. If I Should Lose You 3. .

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