The complete programme is included in: €KeithJarrett: The Man And His Music€.
19620000 Don Jacoby And The College All Stars
Bob Crull, Don Jacoby, Gary Slavo, Tom Wirtel, Chris Witherspoon (tp) Dee Barton, Willie Barton, Loren William Binford, Dave Wheeler (tb) Al Beuler, John Giordano (as) Don Melka, Bob Pierson (ts) Jerry Keys (bs, as) Keith Jarrett (p) Don Gililland (g) Toby Guynn (b) John Van Ohlen (dr)
15 Lover Man(Oh, Where Can You Be?) (Davis – Ramirez – Sherman)
16 You Don't Know What Love Is (Raye-DePaul)
17 Back To The Beat
1-17: Don Jacoby - Swinging Big Sound (Decca DL 4241)
1965 19650300 Keith Jarrett trio (PA)
Kent Carter (Bass) Danny Fullerton (Drums)
Winchester , Massachussets, USA
. Home recording by Ted Knowlton. Keith was 19. http://www.tedknowlton.com/music/Keith.htm
1 Tangerine (Schertzinger – Mercer) 12.:54
Home recording of Keith Jarrett - March 1965
by Ted Knowlton
Background: Back in 1965 I was a full-time engineer doing piano gigs whenever. Each year my wife and I threw a jazz party and invited friends and musicians that I had worked with. That year I invited a drummer with whom I had worked, Dannee Fullerton, to be the drummer at out party. Dannee asked if he could bring a friend, a piano player. (Dannee said he didn't want the guest piano player to crowd my act!) I said "fine," no problem. So Dannee showed up with a kid (see picture) and a bass player, Kent Carter.
After I played for awhile, I asked the kid if he'd like to play. He sat down and started playing the standard tune, 'Tangerine.' I said "WOW!" and dragged out an old Bell 2-track tape recorder (mono). I had an old condenser mic which I plopped down in the middle of the drum, bass, and piano. The piano was a "no-name" baby grand (Bradbury).
I was so excited that I wound the take-up end of the tape (a 95-cent Radio Shack bargain) around the hub of the tape recorder - rather than the take-up reel itself. (When I went to remove it later, you can imagine the pile of spaghetti tape I had on my hands.) The resulting misalignment of the tape accounts for some gaps in the recording.
The recording of 'Tangerine' is a tour-de-force of the young Keith. After a few choruses of "regular" playing (right-hand solo lines, left-hand chords), he gets into some two-handed octave lines that are pretty incredible. During the bass solo, he silently sets up chords using the selective sustain pedal - the middle pedal, then strums the strings to get the harp-like effect - which is immediately answered with some regular piano chords.
After the Kent Carter bass solo comes an awesome solo right-hand exercise. This leads into Danny's drum solo. Keith's left hand emerges from the drum solo with yet another prodigious display of technique.
Then the crowd-pleaser final chorus.
This mp3 file may take awhile to download, but it's worth it!
19651200 Art Blakey group with Keith Jarrett (br)
Art Blakey (drums),Chuck Mangione (?) (trumpet), Frank Mitchell (?) (tenor saxophone), and
Reggie Johnson (?) (bass)
December 1965 Five Spot Café’, New York, NY, USA
Kenneth K.: "Blakey had a residency for the month".
1966 19660000 Charles Lloyd Quartet
Charles Lloyd, Keith Jarrett,Cecil McBee, and Jack DeJohnette
1966 Berlin, Germany - Sponsored by the Ford Foundation.