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As long as you're living yours : the music of Keith Jarrett.

Author: Keith JarrettDon ByronGeorge GarzoneJimmy GreeneLord JamarAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : RCA Victor, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Jazz : EnglishView all editions and formats
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When an artist is feted as Keith Jarrett is on this tribute, it's usually thanks to compositional contributions that have enriched the jazz firmament. Jarrett's contributions are arguably more through force of personality and prodigious piano artistry than through his compositional output. That aside, producer Milan Simich delivers this 13-tune set as an eclectic tribute to Jarrett's writing. Reminiscent of Hal  Read more...
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Jarrett; Don Byron; George Garzone; Jimmy Greene; Lord Jamar; Tom Harrell; Bruce Hornsby; D D Jackson; Bob James; Joe Lovano; Mike Mainieri; Eddie Bobè; Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg; John Scofield; Andy Summers; Chucho Valdes; Flux Quartet.; Nueva Rumba (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 44478925
Notes: Jazz ensembles; track 1 includes vocals.
Compact disc.
Credits: Produced by Milan Simich.
Performer(s): Featured instrumentalists and groups (Don Byron, Flux Quartet, George Garzone, Jimmy Greene with Lord Jamar, Tom Harrell, Bruce Hornsby, D.D. Jackson, Bob James, Joe Lovano, Mike Mainieri, Nueva Rumba with Eddie Bobè, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, John Scofield, Andy Summers, Chucho Valdes) with assisting musicians.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Backhand --
U dance --
Coral --
Innocence --
Book of ways #9 --
So tender --
Starbright --
Book of ways #10 --
The cure --
Shades of jazz --
Somewhere before --
Prism --
Everything that lives laments.

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When an artist is feted as Keith Jarrett is on this tribute, it's usually thanks to compositional contributions that have enriched the jazz firmament. Jarrett's contributions are arguably more through force of personality and prodigious piano artistry than through his compositional output. That aside, producer Milan Simich delivers this 13-tune set as an eclectic tribute to Jarrett's writing. Reminiscent of Hal Willner's That's the Way I Feel Now tribute to Thelonious Monk and Meditations on Mingus , Simich has assembled a cast ranging from pop artist Bruce Hornsby, whose piano chops enliven the New Orleans second-line opener "Backhand," to the tender duo of violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg and electric pianist Bob James on the understated "Book of Ways #9." Also notable are saxophonist Jimmy Greene and programmer Lord Jamar's minimalist take on "The Cure." Jarrett's oeuvre ranges from gospel pastiche to classical romance to a decided Ornette Coleman influence. The latter influence drives "Innocence," featuring George Garzone on tenor sax, and "Shades of Jazz", with Joe Lovano and Tom Harrell recalling Ornette and Don Cherry's spirited front line. Departures include Chucho Valdes's sprawling Cuban chops on "U Dance" and a rumbero treatment of Jarrett's "So Tender" from Nueva Rumba. The only solo track is a gentle lament from D.D. Jackson. --Willard Jenkins.

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