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19720802 Keith Jarrett Solo (DI) (nrk video)

Keith Jarrett (p, fl)

Kino, Molde, Norway

(Molde International Jazz Festival) August 2nd 1972
Solo Molde 1972 – Part I 37.48

Solo Molde 1972 – Part II 42.09


[CD] Keith Jarrett Solo – Molde 1972 (1-2)

Source: NRK webstream

1. improvisation 46:29

Source URL: https://tv.nrk.no/serie/moldejazz/FBUA37004872/21-08-1972

Original broadcast: NRK 1 / Molde-jazz 1972 / 21 august 1972

Keith Jarrett Solo  (DI) (fl+++)
August 2nd 1972, 
Molde, Norway, Molde Kino, Molde Jazzfestival 
FM  B+ 
tt 82.18 

Keith Jarrett (p, fl) 

CD1 
01 Set I Part I (21.11)
02 Set I Part II (24:49)
(TT 46:00) 

CD2 
03 Set II (32:19) 


04 Flute Encore (3:58)
Embedded in the concert are "The Magician in You" (Part I, 27:44-32:40) and Rainbow (Part II, 21:10-23:00).

19720916 Keith Jarrett Solo

Keith Jarrett (organ)

September 16th 1972, Storkyrkan, Stockholm, Sweden, audience recording

1 Organ Recital (Keith Jarrett) 40:00

[CD] Keith Jarrett – Organ Recital 1972

19720917 Keith Jarrett Solo +++ (DI) (fl+++)


Keith Jarrett (p)

September 17th 1972,

Dramaten Theater, Stockholm, Sweden

Audience recording.


1 Solo Stockholm 1972 44:36

2 Solo Flute Encore 4:22

Union Theater, Memorial Union, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA

Poster for this concert .


[CD] Keith Jarrett Solo - Stockholm 1972


19720900 Keith Jarrett Trio

Keith Jarrett (p) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr)

Cafe Montmartre, Copenhagen, Denmark

1972100405 Freddie Hubbard With Don Sebesky Orchestra


Freddie Hubbard (tp) Alan Rubin, Marvin Stamm (tp, flh) Wayne Andre, Garnett Brown (tb) Paul Faulise (b tb) Tony Price (tuba) Wally Kane (piccolo, b cl) Hubert Laws (fl) Romeo Penque (fl, cl, oboe, English horn) Phil Bodner, George Marge (fl, b cl) Keith Jarrett (p, el p) George Benson or Jay Berliner (g) Ron Carter (b) Billy Cobham (dr) Ray Barretto, Airto Moreira (perc) Don Sebesky (arr, cond)

October 4th & 5th 1972, Rudy Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ

1 Povo 14.46

2 In A Mist 7.05

3 Naturally 5.56

4 The Godfather 7.23

5 Sky Dive 7.37

6 Naturally (alt take) 5.02

1-4: Freddie Hubbard - Sky Dive (CTI 6018)

19721028 Keith Jarrett Solo

October 28, 1972 Mercer Arts Center, New York, NY, USA

Kenneth K.: “1st solo concert in America! It was recorded by Columbia

Records for possible release. But Jarrett was dropped from the label shortly after ‘Expectations’ came out in favor of Herbie Hancock, whose subsequent ‘Headhunters’ album went gold. A good move for the suits and

for fans of Jarrett; he went off and signed with Impulse! and the rest is history (if you think Columbia was going to issue all those quartet records you’re dreaming).”

1972112526 Paul Motian - Keith Jarrett Duo


Keith Jarrett (p, fl) Paul Motian (perc)

November 25th & 26th 1972, New York, NY

1 Conception Vessel (Paul Motian) 7.44

2 American Indian / Song Of Sitting Bull (Paul Motian) 2.47

1,2: Paul Motian - Conception Vessel (ECM (G) 1028)
Conception Vessel is the debut album by Paul Motian and was released on the ECM label. It was released in 1972 and features performances by Motian with Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden, Leroy Jenkins, Sam Brown and Becky Friend.

The Allmusic review by Ron Wynn awarded the album 4 stars stating "This is Motian's debut as a leader. It includes ambitious cuts with guitarist Sam Brown and also features pianist Keith Jarrett.".[1]


19720000 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

1972 or 1973, Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB, Canada

1973

19730220-21-22-23 25 American Quartet + 1

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc) Danny Johnson (perc)

February20 21 22 23 24 25 1973, Village Vanguard, New York, NY


19730224 American Quartet + 1


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc) Danny Johnson (perc)

February 24th 1973, Village Vanguard, New York, NY

1 (If The) Misfits (Wear It) (Keith Jarrett) 12.58

2 Fort Yawuh (Keith Jarrett) 17.41

3 De Drums (Keith Jarrett) 11.53

4 Still Life, Still Life (Keith Jarrett) 8.37

5 (If The) Misfits (Wear It) (alt. take) (Keith Jarrett) 13.24

6 Whistle Tune 2.29

7 Spoken Introduction 2.12

8 Angles (Without Edges) (alt. take) 14.17

9 Roads Traveled, Roads Veiled 20.25

10 De Drums (excerpt) (alt. take) 7.27

11 Melting The Ice 18.03

1-11: Keith Jarrett - The Impulse Years, 1973-1974 (Impulse IMPD 5-237)



Fort Yawuh, Impulse Artists On Tour, and The Impulse Years, 1973-1974

First Set

5 (If The) Misfits (Wear It) (Keith Jarrett) (alt. Take) 13.24

1 Fort Yawuh (Keith Jarrett) (Intro only)

6 Whistle Tune (Keith jarrett) 2.29

7 Spoken Introduction (section only)

Second Set

3 De Drums (Keith Jarrett) 11.53

4 Still Life, Still Life (Keith Jarrett) 8.37
Third Set

7 Spoken Introduction (section only)

8 Angles (Without Edges) (alt. take) 14.17

9 Roads Traveled, Roads Veiled (Keith Jarrett) 20.25

5 (If The) Misfits (Wear It) (alt. take) (Keith Jarrett) 13.24
Fourth Set

10 De Drums (excerpt) (alt. take) 7.27

11 Melting The Ice (Keith Jarrett) 18.03

1 Fort Yawuh (Keith Jarrett) (Body only)


On Fort Yawuh, Keith Jarrett is joined by Dewey Redman (tenor sax), Charlie Haden (bass), Paul Motian (drums), andDanny Johnson (percussion) to produce this set recorded live at the legendary Village Vanguard in New York City on February 24, 1973. About two minutes into "Fort Yawuh," Jarrett prepares the listener for a piano solo by announcing himself with quick and sharp keyboard jabs that evolve into spared and beautiful crescendos that before too long involve the soulful wails of Redman on the sax. The following song, "De Drums," is the one track that really swings on this album. Another long one, at 12 minutes in length, "De Drums" is much more focused on a and consistent rhythm that is established immediately by a smooth five-note bassline accented by the piano and shakers. Although describable as smooth and cool, this song has a palpable energy perhaps due to the construction of the bassline whose pauses give an enjoyable sense of suspense. A little more than five minutes into this song there is a thematic shift that speeds up the tempo and makes this title swing even more while involving Redman's sax and Motian's drum kit. Half past the eight-minute mark the tempo settles back down to its original drawl, and the song finishes with a lazy bop that makes this the standout track on the album. Fans of Jarrett's avant-garde liberalism will find "De Drums" to be the track most unlike the other four selections on this album. "Still Life, Still Life" is more like a ballad in that it's very slow, but it still maintains the structural freedom featured in the "Fort Yawuh," "(If the) Mysfits (Wear It)," and "Roads Traveled, Roads Veiled."



19730200 Keith Jarrett With Orchestra

1: Willi Freivogel (flute) string section of the Südfunk Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart, Mladen Gutesha (conductor)

2; Keith Jarrett (p)

3: American Brass Quintet

4: Keith Jarrett (p)

5: Fritz Sonnleitner Quartet: Fritz Sonnleitner, Günter Klein, Siegfried Meinecke, Fritz Kiskat

6: Ralph Towner (guitar) string section of the Südfunk Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart, Keith Jarrett (cond)

7: 4 celli, 2 trombones

8: Keith Jarrett (p, gong, perc) string section of the Südfunk Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart, Keith Jarrett (conductor)

February 1973, Ludwigsburg, Germany

1 Metamorphosis (K. Jarrett) 19.19

2 Fughata For Harpsichord (K. Jarrett) 5.26

3 Brass Quintet (K. Jarrett) 20.53

4 A Pagan Hymn (K. Jarrett) 7.27

5 String Quartet (K. Jarrett) 16.37

6 Short Piece For Guitar And Strings (K. Jarrett) 3.52

7 Crystal Moment (K. Jarrett) 4.54

8 In The Cave, In The Light (K. Jarrett) 12.18

1-8: Keith Jarrett - In The Light (ECM (G) 1033/34)

Review by Richard S. Ginell

Even before his solo concerts became popular successes, Keith Jarrett was clearly getting a free hand from ECM founder Manfred Eicher, as this ambitious double album of classical compositions proves. In this compendium of eight works for all kinds of ensembles, the then-28-year old Jarrett adamantly refuses to be classified, flitting back and forth through the centuries from the baroque to contemporary dissonance, from exuberant counterpoint for brass quintet to homophonic writing for a string section. Though the content is uneven in quality, Jarrett is clearly sincere and skilled enough to exploit his European roots with only a handful of syncopated references to his jazz work. The strongest, most moving individual pieces are the strange, gong-haunted "In the Cave, In the Light" (the probable source of the title of Jarrett's publishing company, Cavelight); "Metamorphosis," with its rich, flowing string lines, prominent solo flute, and free journeys in and out of tonality; and the Bartok-streaked String Quartet. Jarrett himself plays formal solo piano in the eclectic "Fughata" and "A Pagan Hymn," and even conducts the Stuttgart Radio Symphony strings. All of it is richly recorded in the ECM way, making four strings sound like twelve.

19730311 (corrections VA)

First set 

01  Title Unknown (?)  / Angles (Without Edges) 12:39 (few sec miss at beg on b "berlin" copy)

02 Yaqui indian folk song   04:43 (cuts off after couple sec of applause)

19730316 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

March 16th 1973, Teatro Donizetti, Bergamo, Italy

Mentioned in “KEITH JARRETT/ In concerto il 16 luglio a Bergamo. Con Gary Peacock e Jack DeJohnette”



  1. Track 1 (27:19)

  2. Encore (6:48)

19730319- or 23 Keith Jarrett Solo (DI) (fl+++)


Keith Jarrett (p)

1973, Bern, Switzerland

Solo Bern 1973 24.20

[CD] Keith Jarrett Solo– Bern 1973


1973, march 19 Keith Jarrett Solo

Keith Jarrett (p,Fl)

1973, Bern, Switzerland

AUD + FM

1. Set 1

2. Set 2 45:31

3 Speech/ Flute Fragment 00:18

4 Expectations (Keith Jarrett) 06:16

19730320 Keith Jarrett Solo

Keith Jarrett (p)

March 20th 1973, Salle de Spactacles D’Epalinges, Lausanne

1 Lausanne, March 20, 1973 (Keith Jarrett) TT 64.53

First set 29 :42

Second set 35:05

Concerts Bremen/Lausanne (ECM (G) 1035/37)

When Down Beat magazine reviewed Keith Jarrett's ECM "Solo Concerts" in 1974, it was awarded the top rating

of 5 stars. The magazine's reviewer stated, "If this is not music for everyman, then everyman is lost in the void."


The Solo Concerts" would garnish the following awards:
Record of the Year 1974, Stereo Review, USA

Grand Prix (gold) 1974/75, Swing Journal, Japan

Record of the Year 1974, International Crtics' Poll, Down Beat Magazine, USA

Record of the Year 1975, New York Times

Record of the Year (pop) 1974, Time Magazine

Record of the Year (world) 1974/75, Jazz Forum Magazine

Grosser Deutscher Schallplattenpreis 1974/75 (popular/international)

Deutscher Schallplattenpreis 1974/75 (soloist/international)

Artist of the Year 1975, Deutscher Phono Akademie E.V.

Review by Scott Yanow


These are the recordings that made Keith Jarrett famous. Originally released as a three-LP set, the two solo piano recitals feature Jarrett freely improvising and never seeming to run out of ideas. A simple figure often develops through repetition and subtle variations into a rather complex sequence and eventually evolves into a new figure. Despite the length, the music never loses one's interest, making this an essential recording for all jazz collections.

19730321-22 Keith Jarrett Solo (br)


Keith Jarrett (p), Salle de l’ERA, Geneva, Switzerland

-

19730327 Keith Jarrett Solo (br) +++

Keith Jarrett (p)

March 27th 1973, Nürnberg, Germany


  1. Track 1 (32:43) [beginning missing, cut at 18:46?]

  2. Encore (4:12)

I visited this concert, which took place at "Heilig Geist Spital" with a terrible instrument. Jarrett was a little bit sick as he told. So he played only one longer part. The encore was played on flute.


19730328 Keith Jarrett Solo (SP) +++


Keith Jarrett (p)

March 28th 1973, Munich, Germany

2 tracks 49:26

Jarrett K. Solo

Media: CD-R

Duration:

Sound quality: A

Source: audience

Note: Track 1 the same as Solo concerts, Bremen 12-7-73, track 2, 39:00-45:10 ; track II is incomplete



  1. Track I (8.13)

  2. Track IIa (38.20)

  3. Track IIb (4.43)


19730330 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

March 30th 1973, Hotel Mohren, Willisau, Switzerland


19730300 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

March 1973, Freiburg, Germany

1 Solo Freiburg 1973 – Part I 31.23

2 Solo Freiburg 1973 – Part II 32.00

[CD] Keith Jarrett Solo – Freiburg 1973
WRONG DATE SEE 1975 01 !!!

19730630 Keith Jarrett Solo (BR) (FL+++)

Keith Jarrett (p)

June 30, 1973, Philharmonic Hall, New York, NY, USA



  1. Set 1 (22:28) [ end missing, presenter's voice over music from 22:12 to the end of the track]

Radio Broadcast

19730712 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

July 12th 1973, Kleiner Sendesaal, Radio Bremen, Bremen

1 Bremen, Pt. 1 (fade-out) (Keith Jarrett) 18.05

2 Bremen, Pt. 2 (Keith Jarrett) 39:25

3 Bremen, Encore (Keith Jarrett) 05:45

1-3: Keith Jarrett - Solo Concerts Bremen/Lausanne (ECM (G) 1035/37)


In the official CDs there is no mention at all of the Encore in the Tracklist .

19730714 Keith Jarrett Solo +++


Keith Jarrett (p)

July 14th 1973, Karhulinna, Pori, Finland


Track 01 31:04

19730715 Keith Jarrett Solo


July 15th 1973, Kirjurinluoto, Pori, Finland

19730716 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

July 16th 1973, Pescara, Italy



19730717 Keith Jarrett Solo (VA)

Keith Jarrett (p)

July 17th 1973, “Festival Internazionale Del Jazz Della Spezia”, Teatro Civico, La Spezia, Italy

Unknown Titles

No recording is known to exist of this concert.

19730700 0800 Keith Jarrett Solo (Br)

Keith Jarrett (p )

Kino, Molde, Norway

(Molde International Jazz Festival)

Late july – early August

1. Improvisation (50:55)
Source: NRK webstream > JDownloader 2 > MP4 Source URL: https://tv.nrk.no/serie/moldejazz/FBUA07002173/13-08-1973
Broadcast: NRK1 August 13, 1973

19731000 Keith Jarrett Solo


October 1973, wien

Track01 9:12

Early October 1973 Vienna, Austria

(Musik fur 14 Hande )

- Solo 7-minute piece recorded for the Austrian television. Produced in October 1973 and broadcast in 1974.

More information here: Piano-Jazz: Musik fur 14 Hande



http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-41871573.html

197310 21 26 Keith Jarrett Quartet


October 21, 1973 Carnegie Hall, New York, NY, USA -

Dewey Redman,Charlie Haden, Paul Motian, and Guilherme Franco (?) “Impulse!” tour.

Opening for Gato Barbieri (+ Alice Coltrane).

October 26, 1973 Detroit, MI, USA -

Opening for Gato Barbieri (+ Pharoah Sanders).

19731103 American Quartet + 1

Keith Jarrett (p, ss) Dewey Redman (ts) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr) Guilherme Franco (perc)

November 3rd 1973, Berliner Jazztage, Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany

1 Fort Yawuh 22.02

2 Le Mistral (Keith Jarrett) 13.07

3 Yaqui Indian Folk Song 3.00

1-3: CD]Keith Jarrett – Berlin November 1973


19731103 American Quartet (PL) (di) (fl+++)


November 3, 1973 (a) (7 items; TT = 56:34)

Philharmonie, Berlin

Source/Quality: RB (A-)







Dewey Redman (ts, musette, perc); Keith Jarrett (p, ss); Charlie Haden (b); Paul Motian (d, perc); Guilherme Franco (perc); Willis Conover (ann)







1

Introduction (Willis Conover)

1:26

2

Unknown Title (percussion intro)

5:57

3

(If The) Misfits (Wear It) (K. Jarrett)

16:24

4

Fort Yawuh (K. Jarrett)

15:44

5

Le Mistral (K. Jarrett)

12:35

6

Yaqui Indian Folk Song (K. Jarrett)


3:02

7

Closing announcements (Willis Conover, Keith Jarrett)

1:26

First set (corrections VA)

01 Title Unknown / Angles (Without Edges) 12:39 (few sec miss at beg on b "berlin" copy)

02 Yaqui indian folk song 04:44 (cuts off after couple sec of applause)


Second Set
03 Introduction (Willis Conover) 1:26

04 Unknown Title (percussion intro) 5:57

05 (If The) Misfits (Wear It) (K. Jarrett) 16:28

06 Fort Yawuh (K. Jarrett) 15:44

07 Le Mistral (K. Jarrett) 12:35

08 Yaqui Indian Folk Song (K. Jarrett) 3:02

09 Closing announcements (Willis Conover, Keith Jarrett) 1:46

Note: The last speech is as follows: ”We’re really having a hard time here because of various tempos: one tempo is here before we get here,

and we bring one with us, and they don’t seem to match very well. For example, we gave you a chance to express yourself now...Ok, Good night!

Those of you who wanna save Berlin, please try”.

Then the presenter says: ”Das war eine Kostprobe mehr der Toleranz des Berliner Publikums und das war das KJ Quintett”

The first set has been discovered coming from Boston 19740918

19731104 American Quartet + 1 (fl+++)

Keith Jarrett (p, ss) Dewey Redman (ts) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr) Guilherme Franco (perc)

November 4th 1973, Aula de l’école de commerce, Geneva, Switzerland

first set
01 radio intro (00:32)
02 Still Life, Still Life (first part) (29:02)
03 Still life Still Life (2Nd part) (theme stated on piano) (12:13)
04 Track 03 (11:50)
05 Yaqui Indian Folk Song (02:03)
TT 55:52
Second set

06 Radio intro (0:09)


07 (If The) Misfits (Wear It)> (20:52)
08 track6 (12:35) fade out/in during sax solo at 6:46
09 Fort Jawuh (17:44) Fade out/in during sax solo at 8:53
10 yaqui Indian Folk Song (1:29)
TT 53:02

197311 08 09 10 11 16 American Quartet + 1 (fl+++)


Keith Jarrett (p, ss) Dewey Redman (ts) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr) Guilherme Franco (?) (perc)

“Impulse!” tour.


November 8, 1973 Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME, USA -

Opening for Gato Barbieri (+ Marion Brown).


November 9, 1973 Symphony Hall, Boston, MA, USA -

Opening for Gato Barbieri (+ Sam Rivers).


November 10, 1973 Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA -

Opening for Gato Barbieri (+ Sam Rivers).


November 11, 1973 Amherst College, Amherst, MA, USA -

Opening for Gato Barbieri (+ Sam Rivers).


November 16, 1973 Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, USA -

Opening for Gato Barbieri (+ Sam Rivers).


731120-21-22-23 25 American Quartet + 1

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b)

Paul Motian (dr, perc) Guillerme Franco (perc)

November 20 21 22 23 24 25 1973, Village Vanguard, New York, NY

19730000 Keith Jarrett Solo (+++)


Keith Jarrett (p)

1973, Montmartre, Copenhagen, Denmark



  1. Track 1 (5:35)

  2. Track 2 (32:40)

1974

197400000 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

Sonator: There is a concert with the American Quartet before 1975, after 1973 ???

It took place in München, Theater an der Brienner Straße. I was among the audience. Sorry, I don't know the date.

19740104 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 4th 1974, Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan


19740105 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 5th 1974, Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan




19740106 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 6th 1974, Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan


19740108 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 8th 1974, Citizens’ Auditorium, Nagoya, Japan




19740110 American Quartet

Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 10th 1974, Kaikan Hall 1, Kyoto, Japan

19740111 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 11th 1974, Denki Hall, Fukuoka, Japan


19740112 American Quartet (BR) (di) (+++)


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 12th 1974, Yubin-Chokin Hall, Tokyo, Japan



  1. The Rich (And The Poor) (15:47)

  2. Everything That Lives Laments (Keith Jarrett) (18:52)

  3. Track 3 (11:13)

19740113 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 13th 1974, Sankei Hall, Osaka, Japan


19740114 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 14th 1974, Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan


19740115 American Quartet


Keith Jarrett (p) Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Charlie haden(b) Paul Motian(dr)

January 15th 1974, Kosei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan




19740227-28 American Quartet + 2

Dewey Redman (ts, tamb) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, osi dr) Sam Brown (g -4,8) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc) Guilherme Franco, Danny Johnson (perc)

February 27th & 28th 1974, Generation Sound Studios, New York, NY

1 The Rich (And The Poor) (Keith Jarrett) 9.18

2 Blue Streak (Keith Jarrett) 2.33

3 Fullsuvollivus (Fools Of All Of Us) (Keith Jarrett) 6.28

4 Treasure Island (Keith Jarrett) 4.26

5 Introduction (Keith Jarrett)

Yaqui Indian Folk Song (traditional) 2.15

6 Le Mistral (Keith Jarrett) 9.25

7 Angles (Without Edges) (Keith Jarrett) 5.16

8 Sister Fortune (Keith Jarrett) 4.22

9 Death And The Flower (Keith Jarrett) 10.02

1-9: Keith Jarrett - The Impulse Years, 1973-1974 (Impulse IMPD 5-237)



1-8: Keith Jarrett - Treasure Island (Impulse AS 9274)

Review by Thom Jurek  [-]

Treasure Island, released in early 1974, was the second of two albums pianist and composer Keith Jarrett recorded for Impulse Records -- the first was Fort Yawuh, issued a year earlier. Cut at Generation Sound Studios in New York City, the band consisted of Jarrett on piano and soprano saxophone, Dewey Redman on tenor, bassist Charlie Haden, and drummer Paul Motian. And though he would more than likely disagree, this was the best band he ever led. In addition to the quartet, guitarist Sam Brown contributes to a pair of cuts here as Guilherme Franco and Danny Johnson add percussion to the mix. The set kicks off with the beautiful "The Rich (And the Poor)," a folkish melody of the type Jarrett was exploring on ECM at the time, with some stellar African undertones -- it's easy to hear the majesty of Abdullah Ibrahim's South African musical sphere in this mix, and earthy deep, sparer work by Redman and Haden. The brief "Blue Streak," by contrast, is full-on and busy with melody and interplay between Redman and Motian. More speculative group improvisation occurs on "Fullsuvollivus," which travels decidedly outside, and the title cut with Sam Jones on electric guitar in place of Redman is a lithe, elegant, midtempo ballad that showcases Jarrett's truly magnificent melodic work in front of this enlarged rhythm section. The hardest groover on this set is their killer "Le Mistral," with some gorgeous interplay between Haden and Motian, and some extended solo work by Redman. "Angles (Without Edges)" is a dense construction that involves some taut counterpoint between Redman and Jarrett, even as the rhythm section tries to push them both inside toward one another -- Redman slips out of the frame a few times to excellent effect. Haden's solo is also particularly noteworthy. Brown returns on the closer "Sister Fortune," a track with almost rockist overtones. Jarrett had perhaps heard some records in his day, particularly from the Atlantic catalog, and he put that spin on this melody, which incorporates groove, repetitive and circular rhythm, and a songlike melodic structure with minimal improvisation -- though his own fills are quite stunning and deep in the pulse pocket. This is a terrific sendoff to a very fertile, creative period and begs the question as to what else may have happened had this band been able to explore their unique, fully communal sound together for more than a pair of albums.


19740317 Keith Jarrett + Orchestra
March 17, 1974 Alice Tully Hall, New York -

Dennis Russell Davies

Kenneth K.: “Jarrett was the featured soloist in Carla Bley’s ‘3/4, for Piano and Orchestra’ conducted by

Dennis Russell Davies. (…) This may be his first encounter with Dennis Russell Davies with whom he would work over the next two decades. Bley’s piece required a pianist well above her skill set; not sure exactly how

Jarrett was approached but the concert took place on a Sunday afternoon, just two days before his engagement at the Vanguard. Jarrett would reprise this performance that December in Minneapolis, where he

performed a series of concerts for quartet and serious compositions, including a piece from ‘In the Light’.”



19740414 Lee Konitz - Chet Baker - Keith Jarrett Quintet
Chet Baker (tp -1/4) Lee Konitz (as -1/4) Keith Jarrett (p) Charlie Haden (b -1/4) Beaver Harris (dr -1/4)

April 14th 1974, New York, NY

1 Donna Lee 6.22

2 Lover Man (Davis – Ramirez – Sherman) 4.50

3 There Will Never Be Another You 6.26

4 Like someone in love (Van Heusen - Burke) 4.00

5 Country (Keith Jarrett) [Improvisation No. 1] 4.53

6 My Song (Keith Jarrett) [Improvisation No. 2] 4.00

1-6: Lee Konitz - Chet Baker - Keith Jarrett Quintet (Jazz Connoisseur (Israel) JC 113)

19740418 European Quartet (DI) (BR) (PA) +++

(Dime entry)

Keith Jarrett Quartet, Hannover April 17 1974

Keith Jarrett - Piano

Jan Garbarek - Tenor and Soprano Sax

Palle Danielsson - Bass

Jon Christensen - drums


1. Radio intro 00:35

2. Mandala One 5:05

3. Spiral Dance (Jarrett) 13:58

4. Blossom (Jarrett) 15:41

5. Unknown / The Windup (Jarrett) 18:44

6. The Windup (Jarrett) (end) 02:27

7. radio outro 00:12
Keith Jarrett - Hannover, April 18, 1974, DVD (PAL)
100th NDR Jazz Workshop, Funkhaus Hannover, Germany

01 Belonging (Jarrett) (5:00)
02 Spiral Dance (Jarrett) (14:10)
03 Blossom (Jarrett) (15:55)
04 The Windup (Jarrett) (fade out - end of part1) (9:05)
05 Mandala (Keith Jarrett) (7:25)
06 Solstice (Jarrett)(14:50)
07 'Long as you know you're living Yours (Keith Jarrett) (17:55)
08 Give me your ribbons, I give you my bows (fade out - end of part2) (3:55)

TT: 1:27:57


19740418 European Quartet

Also circulating as an April 17, 1974 concert and as a Hamburg 1974 concert. Hamburg is actually the location of NDR, who broacast this concert – Bruchez entry

  1. Track 1 (5:00)
  2. Spiral Dance (Jarrett) (13:52) [a few seconds missing at the end]


  3. Blossom (Jarrett) (15:46) [a few seconds missing at the beginning]

  4. Give me Your Ribbons;I’ll Give you My Bows (7:55)

  5. The Windup (Jarrett) (13:32)

  6. Mandala (Keith Jarrett) (7:16) [a few seconds missing at the end]

  7. Solstice (Jarrett)(14:35) [a few seconds missing at the beginning]

  8. 'Long As You Know You're Living Yours (Keith Jarrett) (17:08)

19740418 European Quartet


Jan Garbarek (ss) Keith Jarrett (p) Palle Danielsson (b) Jon Christensen (dr)

April 18th 1974, NDR Studio 10, Hamburg, Germany

1 The Windup (Jarrett) Norddeutscher Rundfunk

Various Artists - NDR Jazz Workshop '74 (Norddeutscher Rundfunk)


1974042425 European Quartet


Jan Garbarek (ts, ss) Keith Jarrett (p) Palle Danielsson (b) Jon Christensen (dr)

April 24th & 25th 1974, Arne Bendiksen Studios, Oslo, Norway

1 Spiral Dance (Jarrett) 4.07

2 Blossom (Jarrett) 12.11

3 'Long As You Know You're Living Yours (Keith Jarrett) 6.10

4 Belonging (Jarrett) 2.12

5 The Windup (Jarrett) 8.22

6 Solstice (Jarrett) 13.12

1-6: Jan Garbarek/Keith Jarrett - Belonging (ECM (G) 1050)

Review by Richard S. Ginell

On Keith Jarrett's first recording with his "European" quartet -- Jan Garbarek (sax), Palle Danielsson (bass), Jon Christensen (drums) -- he stakes out somewhat less abrasive territory than that which his "American" foursome was exploring at this time. Garbarek sports a neutral, vibratoless tone that occasionally reaches an emotional climax; the rhythm section is supportive and just loose enough. The record operates at its strongest level when Jarrett locks the quartet into his winning gospel mode on "'Long as You Know You're Living Yours" and the tense drive of "Spiral Dance"; the reflective numbers are less compelling. Still, this LP-turned-CD successfully bucked the powerful electric trends of its time and holds up well today.



1974042930 Jan Garbarek With Orchestra


Jan Garbarek (ts, ss) Keith Jarrett (comp) Mladen Gutesha (cond) The Südfunk Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart

April 29th & 30th 1974, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany

1 Numinor 13.49

2 Windsong 6.27

3 Luminessence 15.16

1-3: Keith Jarrett/Jan Garbarek - Luminessence (ECM (G) 1049)

Review by Richard S. Ginell:

Keith Jarrett does not actually play on this CD; rather, he composed three angst-ridden pieces of varying lengths for string orchestra, over which Jan Garbarek improvises on tenor and soprano saxes. The concept is not unlike that of Stan Getz's Focus, but this music is far more static, downcast, and free of the pulse of jazz. As was characteristic of his writing then, Jarrett's string parts are mostly turgid and thick-set, indulging in weird, sliding microtones on "Windsong," weighted down by some kind of emotional burden. Particularly when delivering piercing sustained notes on soprano, Garbarek often sounds like a native of the Middle East. The strings are from the Stuttgart Radio Symphony, led by Mladen Gutesha, who faithfully executes Jarrett's dolorous wishes


19740506 European Quartet (BR) (di) +++ (NRK video)


Keith Jarrett (p) Jan Garbarek (ss, ts) Palle Daniellson (b) Jon Christensen (dr)

May 6th 1974, Oslo, Norway



  1. The Windup (Jarrett) (8:44) [a few seconds missing at the beginning]
  2. 'Long As You Know You're Living Yours (Keith Jarrett) (7:48)


  3. Mandala (Keith Jarrett) (8:20)

  4. Blossom (Jarrett) (12:15) [end missing]

1 The Windup
2. Long As You Know You're Living Yours (08:49)
3. Mandala (16:28)
4. Blossom (24:49) TT 37:08

19740528-29-30-31 0601-02 American Quartet (BR)


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b)

Paul Motian (dr, perc)

1974 The Lighthouse Café’, Hermosa Beach, CA, USA

19740604-05-06-07-08-09 American Quartet (BR)


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b)

Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 1974 Keystone Korner, San Francisco, CA, USA -

Approximate dates. One or several concerts.

Kenneth K.: "It was at this engagement where the 'legendary' baby bottle incident took place"

19740612 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

June 12th 1974, Convocation Hall, Edmonton, AB, Canada

Concert presented by the Edmonton Jazz Society.

“Tickets were $3.50 each ($2.50 to members of the Edmonton Jazz Society).”


19740630 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p) June 30 1974,

Newport Jazz Festival in New York,


Carnegie Hall

the same evening there were a solo by McCoy Tyner and Herbie Hancock

Sound Quality A

01 a solo piece titled ( on Wolfgang's ) '40’ of Pure Improvisation' 40:15


19740600 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

June (?) 1974, Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC, Canada

From an Amazon review

Russ T. Browne

I have been listening to Jazz for almost 40 years and am also a jazz pianist and flutist.

I first heard keith Jarrett Live in 1974 at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver,Canada..

.that concert was the best musical experience I have ever had.

There were also Jazz concert reviewers there (including Bob Smith a man in his 60's then)

that wrote that the concert was "Mind-Blowing" , I also felt that way.

Keith Jarrett came on stage and just blew everyone away,

it was as though we were transported into a higher dimension far from Earth and all it troubles,

Jarrett was playing 8 note chords in rapid rythms and also started drumming on the piano and strings at one point,

this was the man a his peak, the power and endless ideas of his playing just flowed like a river, as if effortlessly,

all the musical ideas from centuries around the world were being fused into something astonishing!

Unfortunately that concert was not recorded

19740600 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

June 1974, Masonic Temple, Toronto, On, Canada



19740702 Keith Jarrett American Quintet (DI) (+++)

Philharmonic Hall (Avery Fisher) NY July 2, 1974


Dewey Redman, ts, musette;

Keith Jarrett, pno, perc, fl, ss;;

Charlie Haden, bs;

Paul Motian dr;

Guilherme Franco, perc;
Stereo

01 Intro 08:37

02 Angles Without Edges 11:45

03 Le Mistral (Keith Jarrett) 15:59

04 Yaqui Indian Folk Song 03:03

tt 39:28

19740713 Keith Jarrett Solo (VA)

Keith Jarrett (p)

July 13th 1974, “Festival Internazionale Del Jazz Della Spezia”, Teatro Civico, La Spezia, Italy

Unknown Titles

No recording is known to exist of this concert.

19740715 Keith Jarrett Solo (DI) (fl+++)


Keith Jarrett (p)

July 15th 1974, Pescara, Italy Venue: Parco delle Najadi.


Sound quality: B/B+

Source: audience recording


1. Set I First part 37:08

2. Set I Second part 09:13

TT 46:21

19740723 -28 (?) Keith Jarrett Solo (SP) +++


Keith Jarrett (p),Antibes,jazz festival,Juan les Pins
1 Juan-les-Pins 49.31

[CD] Keith Jarrett – Solo Jazz à Juan-Les-Pins 1974

Jarrett K. Solo

Media: Tape and CD-R

Duration: 51.40

Sound quality: B

Source: audience recording


  1. Track I (51: 40)

19740729 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

July 29th 1974, Umbria Jazz Festival, Perugia, Italy, audience recording,Piazza Fontana Maggiore

1 Part I 22.34

2 Part II 11.31

3 Part III 6.14

4 Part IV 6.09

1-4: [CD] Keith Jarrett Live At Umbria Jazz

19740731 Keith Jarrett Solo (br)

July 31, 1974 Villalago, Italy

19740801 Keith Jarrett Solo (BR) (fl+++)

Keith Jarrett (p)

August 1st 1974, Macerata, Italy



  1. Track 1 (37:18)

  2. Yaqui Indian Folk Song (5:36)

19740824 Keith Jarrett with orchestra (br)


August 24, 1974 Cabrillo College, Aptos, CA, USA

(Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music)


Paul Motian and Unknown orchestra



19740800 Keith Jarrett Solo (SP)


Keith Jarrett (p)

August 1974, Umbria Jazz Festival, Terni, Italy

Jarrett K. Solo

Media: Video and CD-R

Duration: 14:50 minutes

Quality: G

Source: RAI Italian broadcasting


  1. Track I, 14:50



19740905 (?) American Quartet (BR)

Soldiers And Sailors Memorial Hall, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

19740918 American Quartet (SP) (BR) (DI)

Jarrett K. Quartet (American)




  1. The Rich (and the poor) (14:57)

  2. Death and the Flower (Keith Jarrett) (20:55)

  3. Track III (3:25)

  4. Angles without edges (12:56)

  5. Yaqui Indian Folk song (4:47)

09-18-74 Jazz Workshop ,Boston, MA

Keith Jarrett (p, ss)


Dewey Redman (ts)
Charlie Haden (b)

Paul Motian (d)

1. The Rich (And The Poor) > Death and the Flower (Keith Jarrett) (38:37)

2. Angles Without Edges (13:48)
3. Yaqui Indian Folk Song (04:46)


TT (57:11)

It exists a version of this concert containing only track 1 and 3 TT 42:47

19740920 American Quartet (BR)

September 20 (?), 1974 The Bijou, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, and Paul Motian

Kenneth K.: “For 3 or 4 nights.”

Exact date unknown (around September 20th).

1974100910 American Quartet + 1

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc) Guilherme Franco (perc)

October 9th & 10th 1974,Generation Sound Studios, New York, NY

1 Death And The Flower (Keith Jarrett) 21.49

2 Prayer (Keith Jarrett) 10.06

3 Great Bird (Keith Jarrett) 8.43

4 Prayer (alt. take) 2.35

5 Inflight 9.06

6 Kuum 11.36

7 Vapallia 7.48

8 Backhand (Keith Jarrett) 11.05

9 Victoria 4.57

1-9: Keith Jarrett - The Impulse Years, 1973-1974 (Impulse IMPD 5-237)

1-4: Keith Jarrett - Death And The Flower (Impulse AS 9301, GRD 139)


Review by Scott Yanow

This set by the Keith Jarrett Quintet (with the leader on piano, soprano and flute, tenor-saxophonist Dewey Redman, bassist Charlie Haden, drummer Paul Motian and percussionist Guilherme Franco) contains three of Jarrett's originals. The main selection, the 21-minute "Death and the Flower," develops logically from atmospheric sounds to intense group improvising and back again; it is the main reason to acquire this CD.

The theme of Great Bird Has been used in the Survivor’s Suite



5-8: Keith Jarrett - Backhand (Impulse AS 9305)
Back Hand is the fourth album on the Impulse label by jazz pianist Keith Jarrett. Originally released in 1974 it features performances by Jarrett's 'American Quartet' which included Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden and Paul Motian with Guilherme Franco added on percussion.

Aside from its appearance in the The Impulse Years: 1973-1974 boxset, Back Hand has only ever been reissued on compact disc in Japan, packaged in a miniature replica of the original vinyl LP sleeve. It also appeared in Italy, in 2001, as a supplement to "La Repubblica" national newspaper, copyrighted as "Musicom S.R.L." The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4.5 stars stating "The group (with Jarrett occasionally switching to flute and Redman to the bizarre-sounding musette) is in typically exploratory, yet often melodic form on lengthy renditions of four of Jarrett's inside/outside originals.".[1] the Italian edition also features Victoria - 5:04





19741016 Keith Jarrett Solo (BR)

Keith Jarrett (p) Lisner Auditorium, George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA

“He played solo and opened for the Gary Burton Quintet. At the end, he complained about the piano.”

19741019 Keith Jarrett Solo

Keith Jarrett (p)

Bucks Play house, New Hope , PA

19741022-23-24-25-26-27 American Quartet (BR)

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b)

Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 1974
October 1974 In Concert Club, Montreal, QC, Canada

19741031 Keith Jarrett Solo (pa) (SP) +++

Keith Jarrett (p)


Sanders Theatre,harvard University,Cambridge,Ma,USA

Improvisation 36:41

Improvisation 40:00

1974 1126 1201 American Quartet (BR)

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

Village Vanguard, New York, NY, USA


19741100 Keith Jarrett Trio (?)

November 1974 Treyâ’s Lounge, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Dewey Redman(?), Charlie Haden, and Paul Motian

Kenneth K.: €Interestingly, my source only reports the trio playing.

That could be a misprint or possibly Dewey didn’t make the date because of conflicting schedules. It was not without precedent

19741214 Keith Jarrett Solo

Keith Jarrett (p)


Koussevitzky arts center,Berkshire Community College,Pittsfield,MA,USA

19741202-21 Keith Jarrett with orchestra (br)

December 20, 1974 Federal Court Building, St. Paul, MN, USA


St.Paul Chamber Orchestra

Kenneth K.:˜An Open Confrontation with Keith Jarrett€™ €“ part of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra ˜Perspectives Series€™€

December 21, 1974 Shaughnessy Theatre, St Paul, MN, USA

Dennis Russell Davies Kenneth K.: ˜In the Cave, In the Light€3/4, for Piano and Orchestra


19741222 American Quartet (BR)

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

Tyrone Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, MN, USA

197409-1200 American Quartet + 1


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

September - December (?) 1974, Webster Grove, MO, USA



1975

19750117 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

January 17, 1975, Kreis-Kulturraum, Kronach, Germany

Part 1   28'45"

Part 2 42'15"

Encore: In Your Quiet Place 6'37"

From H.D.K.:

I managed the Kronach recital. I've been music teacher at the Kronach Gymnasium and many of my pupils didn't get a ticket. So I asked Keith whether he would agree to make an audio recording or not. I promised not to distribute the tape. Manfred Eicher himself placed the mikes. I'm sure the audience was the youngest (on average) Keith ever played for.

19750120 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

January 20, 1975 Theater am Ring, Villingen, Germany

mentioned in€VS swingt-Organisator Fritz Ewald blickt zuruck€

19750121 Keith Jarrett Solo (DI) (+++)

Keith Jarrett (p)

January 21th 1975, Freiburg, Germany

Audimax (Auditorium Maximum),

Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg,

1 Part I (29:56)

2 Part II (31:59)

3 Treasure Island 6:52


The second part starts with one of the themes from “The Survivors’ Suite” - and the same theme is repeated at around the 25th minute .

19750123 Keith Jarrett Solo (BR)


January 23, 1975 Salle de Spectacles, Epalinges(Lausanne), Switzerland

Concert recorded (but never broadcast?) by the Radio Suisse Romande (RSR).

19750124 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

January 24th 1975, Opera, Köln, Germany

1 Köln, Pt. 1 (K. Jarrett) 26.02

2 Köln, Pt. 2a (K. Jarrett) 14.54

3 Köln, Pt. 2b (K. Jarrett) 18.13

4 Köln, Pt. 2c (K. Jarrett) Memories of Tomorrow 6.59

1-4: Keith Jarrett - The Köln Concert (ECM (G) 1064/65)

Pt 2a and Pt 2b are a continuous set


There is a short bridge linking 2a to 2b Some CD/LP editions of this concert do not include these few notes.

The (extrait audio) can be found in Simon Savary’s Site :



dark-intervals.com 

19750125 Keith Jarrett Solo (BR)


Keith Jarrett (p)

January 25, 1975 Kantonsschule, Baden, Switzerland

More information about this concert in "The Baden Concert"



19750129 Keith Jarrett Solo (BR)

Keith Jarrett (p)

January 29, 1975 Graz, Austria

Concert mentioned in "The Baden Concert"



19750131 Keith Jarrett Solo (BR)


Keith Jarrett (p)

January 31, 1975 Hamburg, Germany


19750202 Keith Jarrett Solo (di) (+++)

Keith Jarrett (p)

February 2nd 1975, Die Glocke, Bremen, Germany
Part I 28.50

Part II 34.37

Part III (Treasure Island) 10.59
[CD] Keith Jarrett Solo – Glocke, Bremen 1975

19750203 Keith Jarrett Solo

Keith Jarrett (p)

February 3rd 1975, Munich, Germany

19750205 Keith Jarrett Solo (+++) (PA)


Keith Jarrett (p)

February 5th 1975, Paris, France, audience recording

1 Paris (K. Jarrett) 27.24

[CD] Keith Jarrett – Solo Paris 1975



  1. Part I (30:53)

  2. Part II (30:03)

  3. In Your Quiet Place (6:46)

Notes. Part II begins with Survivors‘ Suite - Beginning's second theme (at 21:15 on the Quartet album).


19750213 Keith Jarrett Solo +++

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie NY USA

February 13 1975
first set
1. part01 > 07:08

2. Part02 > 05:07


3. part03 > 14:25

4. part04 > 11:39 TT 40:16

second set

5. part01 > 13:29

6. Part02 > 11:07

7 Part03 11:16

TT 38:22 tt 74:17

19750220 Keith Jarrett Solo


February 20th 1975, Olympia, WA, USA

Evergreen state college

1 Olympia 25.35

2 Olympia 34.25

[CD] Keith Jarrett – Solo Olympia, WA, 1975 (1)

19750225 Keith Jarrett Solo wrong date ??? see above


Keith Jarrett (p)

February 25th 1975, Skinner Hall, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA

Part I 37.53

Part II 35.55


[CD] Keith Jarrett Solo – Vassar College 1975

19750304-05-06-07-08-09 American Quartet (BR)


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b)

Paul Motian (dr, perc)


In Concert Club, Montréal, QC, Canada

Two shows a night?



19750313 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

March 13th 1975, Royce Hall,UCLA Los Angeles, USA

19750300 Keith Jarrett Solo (BR)

March 1975 Queen Elizabeth Playhouse, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Kenneth K.: This was probably the weekend following his gig in LA€

19750316 Keith Jarrett Solo

Keith Jarrett (p)

March 16th 1975, Lincoln Center, New York








19750321 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

March 21st 1975, Convocation Hall, Toronto, ON, Canada


197403 25-26-27-28-29-30 American Quartet + 1 (BR)


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b)

Paul Motian (dr, perc) Guillerme Franco (perc)

March 25 26 27 28 29 30 1974, Village Vanguard, New York, NY

2-3 shows a night?


19750404 Keith Jarrett Solo (br)


April 4, 1975 Flanagan Chapel, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR,usa

19750420 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

Given Auditorium, Waterville, Colby College, Maine


19750527 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

May 27th 1975, Kanko Kaikan Hall, Kanazawa, Japan


19750528 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

May 28th 1975, Kaikan Hall 1, Kyoto, Japan


19750529 American Quartet

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

May 29th 1975, Sankei Hall, Osaka, Japan



19750530 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

May 30th 1975, Auditorium, Matsuyama, Japan




19750531 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

May 31st 1975, Aichi Auditorium, Nagoya, Japan




19750602 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 2nd 1975, Denki Hall, Fukuoka, Japan


19750604 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 4th 1975, Prefectural Citizen’s Hall, Akita, Japan




19750605 American Quartet (BR) (DI) (fl+++)


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 5th 1975, Yubin-Chokin Hall, Tokyo, Japan



  1. Spoken introduction (0:36)

  2. Track 2 (9:20)

  3. Death And The Flower (Keith Jarrett) (16:15)

  4. (If The) Misfits (Wear It) (15:04)


19750606 American Quartet

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 6th 1975, Kenritsu Ongakudo, Kanagawa, Japan



19750608 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 8th 1975, Civic Auditorium, Sendai, Japan




19750609 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 9th 1975, Prefectural Civic Center, Niigata, Japan




19750610 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

June 10th 1975, Yubin-Chokin Hall, Tokyo, Japan


19750626-27-28-29-30 American Quartet (BR)


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, maracas) Keith Jarrett (p, ss, tamb) Charlie Haden (b)

Paul Motian (dr, perc)

June 26 -27-28-29-30, 1975 Amazing Grace, Evanston, IL, USA

Two shows a night?


19750600 Kenny Wheeler Quartet


Kenny Wheeler (flh) Keith Jarrett (p) Dave Holland (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

June 1975, New York, NY

1 Heyoke (Kenny Wheeler) 21.49

2 Smatter (Kenny Wheeler) 5.58

3 Gnu Suite (Kenny Wheeler) 12.49

1-3: Kenny Wheeler - Gnu High (ECM (G) 1069)


TAKEN FROM : http://www.1000recordings.com/music/gnu-high/

Pure Lyricism from the Trumpet

From Louis Armstrong through Dizzy Gillespie and the hard bop master Woody Shaw, the trumpet has usually attracted extroverts and dazzlers. Kenny Wheeler, the enormously talented trumpeter and composer, began to change that in the 1970s—his playing emphasizes softer textures and less grandstanding approaches. On the astounding Gnu High, he plays the flügelhorn, a close relative of the trumpet that has a slightly more rounded tone, and favors scampering, musing phrases over reveille bursts that scream, "Look at me!" With this record and several that follow it, Wheeler suggests that brass can sing, and sing sweetly.

Few jazz musicians treat it that way. And even fewer write tunes that demand such tonal nuance. Wheeler specializes in languid, questioning themes that practically force him to think in expansive terms when soloing. The title suite, which lasts nearly thirteen minutes, moves through long rubato passages into broken samba-like grooves and, eventually, a more assertive choppy swing. When Wheeler makes his entrance, he doesn't barge in; rather, he glides, taking care not to step too heavily on any one beat. Follow closely as he develops his solos, however: Wheeler frequently ventures into the trumpet's extreme upper register, where brute force is often needed, and somehow hangs onto his innate sense of lyricism. Believe the title: His high notes are a new kind of high.
Gnu High is also notable as the rare date from this period where Keith Jarrett appears in a supporting role. The pianist totally "gets" Wheeler's tunes—at times on "Smatter," which features a solo-piano interlude, Jarrett generates flowing melodies with such facility, you might think he wrote the tune. That's also a function of tone: Because Wheeler's sound is so warm and inviting, everyone around him plays that way too.
19750703            American Quartet (+++)

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

July 3rd 1975, Newport Jazz Festival, Avery Fisher Hall, New York, NY, USA

 

Keith Jarrett played after Oregon and before Thelonious Monk.



 

1              Shades of Jazz        9:23

2              Rose Petals (Keith Jarrett)             8:34

3              Southern Smiles     9:24

In his fourth appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival (he had previously appeared in 1967 as a member of Charles Lloyd's quartet, performed solo in 1973 and appeared with his quintet in 1974), pianist-composer Keith Jarrett continued to ride a wave of popularity that would only increase dramatically with the release of The Koln Concert, one of the best-selling solo albums of all time, at the end of the year. With a potent quartet consisting of two former members of Ornette Coleman's group in tenor saxophonist Dewey Redman and bassist Charlie Haden, along former Bill Evans drummer Paul Motian, Jarrett and his crew performed material from 1975's Shades (which has since gone out of print and is only available now as Japanese import).

Jarrett's quartet opens this July 3rd performance with a ruminative solo piano improvisation that gradually develops into an energized workout on the keys before returning to the evocative theme. By the 5:24 mark, Jarrett segues abruptly to the fully developed solo piano piece "In Front" (from his 1971 ECM album, Facing You). Following a drum barrage from Motian, the band then jumps into "Shades of Jazz," one of Jarrett's most memorable and swinging compositions. Jarrett and Redman double on the head while Haden's insistent walking bass lines propel the tune behind Jarrett's swinging solo. Following a repeat of the head, Redman takes off on an exhilarating, bold-toned tenor solo with Haden's grooves still providing the rhythmic propulsion underneath Motian's incessantly swinging ride cymbal work.

Jarrett next settles into a soulful heartland melody on solo piano as the intro to the evocative "Rose Petals." Motian's free drumming on this rubato piece serves as a perfect rhythmic foil for Jarrett's and Redman's tightly crafted unisons and rhapsodic soloing here. Motian stretches out considerably on an unaccompanied drum solo that kicks off the Ornette Coleman-influenced number "Diatribes," which has Jarrett swinging fervently and soloing with remarkable virtuosity. Redman adds some heat of his own on this uptempo burner that straddles the inside-outside aesthetic with some passionate tenor blowing that tips over into the Albert Ayler zone. This intensely freewheeling piece concludes as it started, with a frantic fusillade on the kit by Motian. The quartet next tackles Jarrett's soulful, grooving, gospel flavored "Southern Smiles," an earthy number which seems more indebted to soul-jazz pioneer Les McCann than avant-garde pioneer Ornette Coleman. Redman's tenor solo here is suitably gritty and full of the funk factor. This Newport Jazz Festival concert closes on a poignant note with a delicate waltz-time number that opens with solo piano and builds to a moving crescendo as the band enters midway through.


-Written by Bill Milkowski

 

19750927 30 American Quartet (BR)

September 27, 1975 Campus of Michigan St. University, East Lansing, MI,USA

September 30, 1975 Orpheum Theater, Madison (?), WI, USA




19751000 Keith Jarrett Solo


Keith Jarrett (p)

Autumn 1975, Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany


19751002-03 American Quartet (BR)


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

October 2-3 1975 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA -

19751004 American Quartet (BR)


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

Iowa Memorial Union (sponsored by the University of Iowa)


David J.: €He lectured the audience about applauding after solos, or actually asked

them why they did it, was it a good solo or were they just acknowledging that they knew it was a solo?

Coughing came up too. Group cough, college students coughing just to see how mad he would get, after a long tirade

and a long silence (where he said he would continue when all the wise guys quit coughing).

Dewey Redman stepped up to the mic and coughed. I recall material from Treasure Island or Yahwuh, but not sure.

19751010 American Quartet (BR)

Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

October 10th 1975, Symphony Hall, Springfield, MA, USA

Chuck H.: €My notes show that the Keith Jarrett Quartet (Jarrett, Redman, Haden, Motian) played nonstop for one

hour and twenty minutes, followed by one short encore. They didn’t begin until 10:50 at night, because they were preceeded by two other groups :Oregon (Towner, McCandless, Moore, and Wolcott) playing seven pieces

over a 45-minute period, then the Gary Burton Quintet (Burton, Swallow, Moses, Metheny, and Goodrick) playing five pieces over a 40-minute period €

19751015 American Quartet


Dewey Redman (ts, musette, per) Keith Jarrett (p, fl, osi dr, perc) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr, perc)

October 15th 1975, McCarter Theater, Princeton, NJ




19751000 Keith Jarrett With Orchestra (PL)


Jan Garbarek (ts, ss) Keith Jarrett (p) Charlie Haden (b) Mladen Gutesha (cond) Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart

October 1975, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg, Germany

1 Runes (Dedicated to the unknown) (Keith Jarrett) 15.19

2 Solara March (Dedicated to Pablo Casals


and the Sun) (Keith Jarrett) 9.40

3 Mirrors (Dedicated to my teachers) (Keith Jarrett) 27.49

1-3: Keith Jarrett - Arbour Zena (ECM (G) 1070)
Review by Richard S. Ginell

With saxophonist Jan Garbarek and bassist Charlie Haden along for the ride, Keith Jarrett indulges in three slow, rambling, meditative, vaguely neo-classical concertos for piano and string orchestra. While a few of Jarrett's and Garbarek's passages here and there have a syncopated jazz feeling, this is mostly contemporary classical music, perhaps even somewhat ahead of its time (it might fit in with the neo-Romantic and minimalist camps today). However, although this music can be attractive in small doses, the lack of tempo or texture contrasts over long stretches of time -- particularly the nearly 28-minute "Mirrors" -- can be annoying if you're not in the right blissful mood. Mladen Gutesha and the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra perform the string parts with what can only be described as commendable patience.





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