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Keith Jarrett Trio - Seting Standards New York Sessions album

Keith Jarrett Trio - Seting Standards New York Sessions album

  • Performer: Keith Jarrett Trio
  • Genre: Other
  • Title: Seting Standards New York Sessions
  • Released: 2008
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Discography of Keith Jarrett Trio.

Standards is a two-volume set of jazz albums released by the Keith Jarrett trio in 1983. Originally released by ECM, they have been multiply re-issued, including by Universal/Polygram. The two volumes present performances of pianist Keith Jarrett with Gary Peacock on double bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums. Vol. 1 reached N. 4 on the Billboard Jazz Albums charts. In 2008 the two albums, along with 1983's Changes, were collected into a boxed set, Setting Standards: New York Sessions.

Keith Jarrett Standards Trio. Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack Dejohnette. 1. I Wish I Knew 2. If I Should Lose You 3. Late Lament 4. Rider 5. It's Easy to Remember 6. So Tender 7. Prism 8. Stella by Starlight 9. God Bless the Child 10. Delaunay's Dilemma. let's just appreciate and be thankful.

Setting Standards - The New York Sessions. Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette. In January 1983, Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette came together with producer Manfred Eicher for an extraordinary recording session at New York’s Power Station. The idea – almost revolutionary in an era when the idea of playing ‘original material’ was all-important - was a modest one: to simply make an album of jazz standards. Gary Peacock: We went in to do just one album but we came out with enough material for three albums. The first sessions produced three albums of intense, lyrical, faintly histrionic trio jazz which became some of the most influential records of their day. This trio draw yet deeper things from this particular well (and still do), but this is the startling beginning.

It's hard to believe that Keith Jarrett's "standards" trio, with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette, has been around for a quarter of a century. It's not just the pianist's longest lasting ensemble, but one of most permanent line-ups in jazz history. When the trio convened at New York's Power Station studio in January, 1983, they had actually intersected once before, on Peacock's classic Tales Of Another (ECM, 1977). But while Peacock's session was a set of all-original compositions by the bassist, Jarrett's consisted largely of standards culled from the Great American Songbook.

Vol. eaning Of The Blues . ll The Things You Are . t Never Entered My Mind . he Masquerade Is Over . od Bless The Child.

Since forming in 1983, Jarrett's trio with drummer Jack DeJohnette and bassist Gary Peacock has staked a claim as the preeminent jazz group interpreting standards, their specialty being classic songs that have become cornerstones of jazz and pre-rock pop. Today, the trio is one of the longest-running small combos in jazz history. Words are not enough to do justice to their playing, their background, and their history prior to this trio or ever since. In their hands, these standards become something else, a platform for stretching and showcasing their unique capabilities.

In 1983, acclaimed American jazz pianist Keith Jarrett asked bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette (the latter his colleague in the Charles Lloyd Quartet of the late 1960s) to record an album of jazz standards that was released simply entitled Standards, Volume 1. The three had previously worked on Peacock's 1977 album Tales of Another. Standards, Volume 2 and Changes, both recorded at the same session in New York, followed soon after. Setting Standards New York Sessions.