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AFTER THE FALL

JARRETT,KEITH / PEACOCK,GARY / DEJOHNETTE,JACK

AFTER THE FALL
Gyártó: ECM
Formátum: CD
Gyári szám: ECM 2590
Megjelenés dátuma: 2018-03-02
Ár: 5.990 Ft
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Mennyiség:  Kosárba

After The Fall

Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette


Release date: 02.03.2018
 

2-CD

The group colloquially known as “the Standards trio” has made many outstanding recordings, and After The Fall must rank with the very best of them. “I was amazed to hear how well the music worked,” writes Keith Jarrett in his liner note. “For me, it’s not only a historical document, but a truly great concert.” This performance – in Newark, New Jersey in November 1998 – marked Jarrett’s return to the concert stage after a two year hiatus. Joined by improvising partners Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette, he gles and soars through classics of the Great American Songbook including “The Masquerade Is Over”, “Autumn Leaves”, “When I Fall In Love” and “I’ll See You Again”. There are also breath-taking accounts of hallowed bebop tunes including Charlie Parker’s “Scrapple From The Apple”, Bud Powell’s “Bouncin’ With Bud” and Sonny Rollins’s “Doxy”.In the course of its 30-year lifespan the trio of Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette – the group colloquially known as “the Standards trio” – made many outstanding recordings. And After The Fall, overflowing with sparkling playing and dynamic interaction, must rank with the very best of them.
“I was amazed to hear how well the music worked,” says Keith Jarrett. “For me, it’s not only a historical document, but a truly great concert.” This performance – in Newark, New Jersey in November 1998 – marked Jarrett’s return to the stage after a two year hiatus. In fact, this concert was the first Jarrett had played since the 1996 Italian solo performances issued as A Multitude of Angels. In terms of the trio’s discography, it slots into the history before Whisper Not, recorded the following summer, and is thus the precursor of this group’s distinguished second period, where they seemed to find new freedoms both inse and beyond the world of jazz standards.

“We don’t bother with concepts, or theory, or maintaining some image,” Gary Peacock told Jazz Times a few years ago. “That’s of no concern whatsoever. So what that leaves is: everything. It leaves the music. Once you get to that point where you don’t feel like you have to make a statement anymore, you enter a space of enormous freedom.”

Together with improvising partners Peacock and DeJohnette, Jarrett gles and soars through classics of the Great American Songbook including “The Masquerade Is Over”, “Autumn Leaves”, “When I Fall In Love” and “I’ll See You Again”; they create their own music inse these familiar forms. Pete La Roca’s “One for Maj”, which would become a staple of the trio’s concerts in the 21st century, gets a sprightly treatment and sets the scene for a surprisingly boisterous, grooving version of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town”, a chestnut which once attracted the attention of Paul Bley and Bill Evans. This in turn is followed by a rare Jarrett exploration of a Coltrane theme, as “Moment’s Notice” lifts the trio into a new energetic space.

There are also breath-taking accounts of hallowed bebop tunes including Charlie Parker’s “Scrapple From The Apple”, Bud Powell’s “Bouncin’ With Bud” and Sonny Rollins’s “Doxy”. “Scrapple” is especially exhilarating, with dizzying right hand sprays of notes from Jarrett, magically detailed by DeJohnette’s speeding cymbals, leading to rap-fire exchanges between piano and drums. In his liner note, Jarrett reflects on the choice of material for this ‘experimental’ comeback concert. “I told the guys in the trio that for me bebop might be the best ea, although it required great technique, I dn’t think I needed to play as hard as I sometimes d…”

Ballads are also played with great tenderness. Paul Desmond’s “Late Lament” becomes a deep meditation, with Gary Peacock playing beautifully beneath Jarrett’s austere extension of the melody. “When I Fall In Love”, a favourite encore choice, is a as touching here as it has ever been.

“These songs have a soul that can be found,” Keith Jarrett once sa. Few will disagree that the trio locate it, repeatedly, on After The Fall.

 

 

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Tracklist

CD 1
 
1
The Masquerade Is Over (Allie Wrubel)
15:49
 
2
Scrapple From The Apple (Charlie Parker)
08:46
 
3
Old Folks (Willard Robison)
09:23
 
4
Autumn Leaves (Joseph Komsa)
13:17
CD 2
 
1
Bouncin’ With Bud (Earl Bud Powell, Walter Gilbert Fuller)
10:01
 
2
Doxy (Sonny Rollins)
08:47
 
3
I’ll See You Again (Noel Coward)
07:48
 
4
Late Lament (Paul Desmond)
04:58
 
5
One For Maj (Pete La Roca)
06:47
 
6
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (Fred J. Coots)
07:47
 
7
Moment’s Notice (John Coltrane)
06:41
 
8
When I Fall In Love (Victor Young)
05:35