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Source B

  1. Lady Gabor (Szabo) (11:48)


  2. Forest Flower (Lloyd) [end missing]/Days and Nights Waiting(Jarrett) [at 25:21] (32:09)

  3. Love Song to a Baby (Lloyd)(11:55)

  4. Sweet Georgia Bright (Lloyd) (31:10)

  5. Love Ship (Lloyd) (9:20)



19670723 Charles Lloyd Quartet (BR)

Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Both/And Club, San Francisco, CA, USA
Kenneth K.: "'Tribute to John Coltrane' jam session - Jarrett played with Joe Halpin/bass and Oliver Johnson/drums,

backing a variety of horn players".


19670800 Charles Lloyd Quartet (BR)

Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA, USA -

19670803-04-05-06 Charles Lloyd Quartet (BR)

Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA, USA

19670815 Charles Lloyd Quartet (BR)

Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, USA

19670929-30 1001 Charles Lloyd Quartet (BR)

Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA, USA

19671022 Charles Lloyd Quartet (PA) (+++)

Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr

October 22nd 1967, International Jazz Festival, Praha, Czech

1 Island Blues (Lloyd) 8:51

1: Various Artists - 1967 4th International Jazz Festival (Supraphon (Cz) SUA 15987)


Bootleg J-Bop 050 (Jazz Birdie’s of Paradise 050)

Pre FM Reel



  1. Introduction (2:15)

  2. Tuning (2:40)

  3. TBD (10:07)

  4. Bird Flight (Lloyd) (15:44)

  5. Days and Nights Waiting(Jarrett) (8:46)

  6. Tagore (Lloyd) (23:18)

19671000 Charles Lloyd Quartet


Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

October 1967, Jazz Jamboree, Warsaw, Poland


19671229 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

December 29, 1967 Capitol Theater, Portchester, NY, USA

Kenneth K.: "Opening for Vanilla Fudge".

1968

19680000 Charles Lloyd Quartet

Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr), Denmark

Radio Broadcast – Date and Place uncertain

19680113 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA

19680118 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)

Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, USA


19680119-20 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Eagles Auditorium Building, Seattle, WA, USA


19680215 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

Constitution Hall, University of Washington, Seattle,WA, USA


19680312 Keith Jarrett With String Quartet

Keith Jarrett (voc, g, hca, ss, recorder, p, org, el b, dr, tamb, sistra, etc.) unidentified string quartet (#3, 7-9)

March 12th 1968, New York, NY

1 14025 Now He Knows Better 4.02

2 14026 You're Fortunate 2.25

3 14027 Wonders 4.05

4 14028 Have A Real Time 2.56

5 14029 Where Are You Going? 3.53

6 14030 All Right 2.49

7 14031 Restoration Ruin 2.24

8 14032 For You And Me 2.44

9 14033 Sioux City Sue New (Jarrett) 2.54

10 14034 Fire And Rain 2.55

11 14035 There Is So Much

1-10: Keith Jarrett - Restoration Ruin (Vortex LP 2008)

11: Atlantic lost

The Allmusic review by Richie Unterberger awarded the album 2½ stars and states "Restoration Ruin is a real oddity in the Jarrett catalog: a vocal album on which he plays all the instruments. And not a jazz vocal album, either, but a folk-rock one in which he alternates -- quite literally, track to track -- between sub-Dylan outings and more folk-Baroque ones that echo the late-'60s work of artists like Love and Tim Buckley



19680323 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)
Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

March 23, 1968 Town Hall, Philadelphia, PA, USA




19680412-13 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Jack DeJohnette (dr)

April 12,13 1968 Fillmore East, New York, NY, USA



19680000 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Paul Motian ? (dr)

May 1968 Wilson Auditorium, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati,OH, USA -


19680507 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


Charles Lloyd (ts, fl) Keith Jarrett (p) Ron McClure (b) Paul Motian (dr)
May 7, 1968 Hunter's Playhouse, Hunter College, New York, NY, USA -

Charles Lloyd, Ron McClure, and Paul Motian

Kenneth K.: "First gig withPaul Motian on drums. (...) Because they were never documented on

record, many people don't realize that Motian was in the band for over a

year. All the dates I list following this probably feature Paul (I say

probably because the 'Soundtrack' LP from Nov. '68 features DeJohnette).

Things get very murky during this time. Jack left to play with Miles but apparently filled in for this date."




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