Keith Jarrett Trio – Standards, Volume 1 (1983/2018)
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Genre: Jazz | Studio Masters, Official Digital Download – Source: mora.jp | Booklet, Front Cover | © ECM
“Standards” is a two-volume set of jazz albums by the Keith Jarrett Trio. Originally released in 1983 by ECM, they have been multiply re-issued. The two volumes present performances of pianist Keith Jarrett with Gary Peacock on double bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums.
In January of 1983, Keith Jarrett returned to the trio format and his collaboration with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette resulted in three albums. The first release finds the trio digging into five standards with “God Bless the Child” being dragged out (although not unmercifully) for 15 minutes. The performances, which usually do not swing in a conventional sense, do have a momentum of their own. Jarrett is generous in allocating solo space to Peacock and it is obvious that the three musicians were listening very closely to each other.
01 – Meaning Of The Blues
02 – All The Things You Are
03 – It Never Entered My Mind
04 – The Masquerade Is Over
05 – God Bless The Child
Produced by Manfred Eicher. Engineered by Jan Erik Kongshaug.
Recorded in January 1983 at Power Station, New York City.
Keith Jarrett – piano
Gary Peacock – double bass
Jack DeJohnette – drums