Keith Jarrett
Still Live

  2 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

Originally released in 1988 - 2013 German ECM reissue on 180 HQ vinyl 2XLP edition - Recorded live at Philharmonic Hall, Munich, Germany on July 13, 1986. Once Keith Jarrett gets into a concept, he likes to keep those tapes rolling. This two-disc liv...

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Release date: 06-01-2011(Originally released in 1988)

2013 German ECM reissue on 180 HQ vinyl 2XLP edition - Recorded live at Philharmonic Hall, Munich, Germany on July 13, 1986. Once Keith Jarrett gets into a concept, he likes to keep those tapes rolling. This two-disc live outpouring from a Standards Trio gig at Munich's Philharmonic Hall was the biggest offering from this group up to that time (it wouldn't hold that distinction for long) -- and once again, Jarrett treats his brace of pop and jazz standards with unpredictable, often eloquently melodic and structural originality.

Tracks:
A1     My Funny Valentine     
A2     Autumn Leaves     

B1     When I Fall In Love     
B2     The Song Is You     

C1     Come Rain Or Come Shine     
C2     Late Lament     

D1     You And The Night And The Music     
D2     Extension     
D3     Intro     
D4     Someday My Prince Will Come     
D5     I Remember Clifford

To cite a pair of highlights: "Autumn Leaves" always seems to bring out an endless flow of invention from Jarrett, and "The Song Is You" gets off to a rollicking start and maintains a nearly relentless energy level for 17 minutes, closing with a Spanish vamp. Again, the rapport with his onetime jazz-rock associate, drummer Jack DeJohnette, and bassist Gary Peacock is total; DeJohnette's mastery of shifting cymbal patterns while maintaining the pulse acts on the trio like a loose tether made of carbon steel. There is a considerable amount of Jarrett vocalizing, though; sometimes he sounds like a tortured animal. ~ Richard S.

One of jazz great ironies is Keiths famous scolding of audiences, for making noise and then when they become silent, he starts squeaking like a mouse who found the back door to the cheese compartment.
Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: ECM -Germany-
Originally released: 1988
This release: 2010
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