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19680610 Keith Jarrett Trio (br)

Keith Jarrett (p) Charlie haden (b) Bob Moses (dr)
June 10, 1968 Village Gate, New York, NY, USA

(Benefit for Synanon Drug Treatment Center)

- Charlie Haden and Bob Moses -

19680700 Keith Jarrett trio (br)


Keith Jarrett (p) Charlie Haden and Bob Moses

July 1968 The Dom, New York, NY, USA


19680726-27-28 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


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

July 26,27,28 1968 Fillmore East, New York, NY, USA



19680830 Keith Jarrett Trio

Keith Jarrett (p, ss, recorder) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr)

August 30th 1968, Shelly's Manne-Hole, Hollywood, CA

1 15090 A Moment For Tears (Keith Jarrett) 2.50

2 15091 Soprano Piece

3 15092 Pout's Over (And The Day’s Not Through) (Jarrett)

4 15093 Dedicated To You (Cahn, Chaplin & Zare)

5 15094 Moving Soon (Keith Jarrett)

6 15095 You'll Never Know

7 15096 New Rag (Keith Jarrett) 4.34

8 15097 Somewhere Before (Keith Jarrett) 6.39

9 15098 No Siesta Today

10 15099 Recorder Piece

11 15100 Pretty Ballad(Keith Jarrett)

12 15101 I'm Younger Than That Now

1,5, 8: Keith Jarrett - Somewhere Before (Vortex LP 2012; Atlantic SD 8808)

2-4,6,9-12: Atlantic lost

he Allmusic review by Richard S. Ginell awarded the album 4 stars stating "As an example of early, unfocused Jarrett, this is fascinating material

19680831 Keith Jarrett Trio


Keith Jarrett (p, ss, recorder) Charlie Haden (b) Paul Motian (dr)

August 31st 1968, Shelly's Manne-Hole, Hollywood, CA

1 15102 Soprano Piece

2 15103 Who Can I Turn To?

3 15104 Pout's Over (And The Day’s Not Through) (Jarrett)

4 15105 A Moment For Tears (Keith Jarrett)

5 15106 Could It Be You

6 15107 Sign Off

7 15108 My Back Pages (B. Dylan) 5.17

8 15109 Pretty Ballad (Keith Jarrett) 3.19

9 15110 Moving Soon (Keith Jarrett) 4.13

10 15111 Pout's Over (And The Day's Not Through)

(Keith Jarrett) 4.49

11 15112 Recorder Piece (Jarrett)

12 15113 Dedicated To You (Cahn, Chaplin & Zare) 4.49

13 15114 Sole

14 15115 Somewhere Before (Keith jarrett)

15 15116 Old Rag (Keith Jarrett) 2.25

16 15117 Untitled

17 15118 I Was So Much Older Then

18 15119 Untitled

19 15120 -

20 15121 -

21 15122 -

22 15123 -

23 17171 My Back Pages (Dylan)

1-6,9,11,13,14,16-22: Atlantic lost

7-10, 12,15: Keith Jarrett - Somewhere Before (Vortex LP 2012; Atlantic SD 8808)

23: Keith Jarrett - My Back Pages c/w Lay Lady Lay (Vortex 45-303)

While still a member of the Charles Lloyd Quartet, Keith Jarrett did some occasional moonlighting with a trio, anchored by two future members of Jarrett's classic quartet, Charlie Haden (bass) and Paul Motian (drums). On this CD, Jarrett turns in a very eclectic set at Shelly's Manne-Hole in Hollywood, careening through a variety of idioms where his emerging individuality comes through in flashes. He covers Bob Dylan's "My Back Pages" -- which actually came out as a single on the Vortex label -- in an attractive, semi-funky style reminiscent of Vince Guaraldi. "Pretty Ballad" delivers a strong reflective dose of Bill Evans, while "Moving Soon" is chaotic free jazz. By the time we reach "New Rag," we begin to hear the distinctive Jarrett idiom of the later trios, but then, "Old Rag" is knockabout stride without the stride. As an example of early, unfocused Jarrett, this is fascinating material. ~ AllMusic

19680900 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


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

September 1968 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, USA


19681018-19 Charles Lloyd Quartet (br)


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

October 18, 1968 Village Gate, New York, NY, USA

Kenneth K.: "Alternating shows with Thelonious Monk"

19681114 Keith Jarrett and others

Keith Jarrett (p, etc.) and others

November 14th 1968, New York, NY

1 15670 Spring

2 15671 I'm Not A Rich Man

3 15672 Times Are Sad, May Be

1-3: Atlantic lost


19681115 Charles Lloyd Quartet


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

November 15th 1968, Town Hall, New York, NY

1 15662 Sombrero Sam (Lloyd)

2 15663 Voice In The Night (Lloyd)

3 15664 Pre-Dawn(Lloyd)

4 15665 Forest Flower’69 (Lloyd)

1-4: Charles Lloyd - Soundtrack (Atlantic SD 1519)

Review by Thom Jurek [-]Late in 1967, bassist Cecil McBee left Charles Lloyd's band and was replaced by Ron McClure. The jazz critics and public alike all held their breaths, since Lloyd's band had taken the entire world by storm on the festival circuit; playing Town Hall would surely be an acid test not only of McClure's ability to fill such a big space, but the band's as well -- to see if the fire would continue to burn as it had previously. They needn't have worried. The gig, which is presented here as Soundtrack, stomps with all the fury of a live gospel choir trying to claim Saturday night for God instead of the other guy. McClure's particular strength is in his hard-driving blues style that adds a deep groove to any time signature or dynamic. And, judging by how deep Lloyd, Jarrett, and DeJohnette took their playbook, he was just what the doctor ordered. The band is in a heavy Latin mood, where the blues, samba, bossa, hard bop, modal, and even soul are drenched in the blues. With only four tunes presented, the Charles Lloyd Quartet, while a tad more dissonant than it had been in 1966 and 1967, swings much harder, rougher, and get-to-the-groove quicker than any band Lloyd had previously led. Most notable here are "Sombrero Sam" for its eerie yet funky flute solo (Hubert Laws stole more from this solo than he did from his flute teachers) and the revisited "Forest Flower," now entitled "Forest Flower '69." On the latter, the lovely swinging progressive jazz of the former is replaced with a poignant, torchy, bullish blues groove provided by Jarrett and DeJohnette, who trade time signatures all over the place as Lloyd tries to shove the mode along through no less than five key changes looking for the "right" harmony (they're all right). This band would split soon after, when Jarrett left to play with Miles Davis, but if this was a live swansong, they couldn't have picked a better gig to issue.



19681200 Keith Jarrett Trio (br)

December 1968 The Scene, New York, NY, USA - Charlie Haden and Paul Motian





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