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|Keith Jarrett, McCoy Tyner, Corea|
Jarrett Tyner Corea & Hancock
Genres: Jazz, Pop, R&B
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Steven Fernow | Salt Lake City, Utah | 04/30/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
""Inner Space" is one of the great jazz compilations ever. Unfortunately, when they transferred it to CD from the vinyl, they inexplicably and unconscionably omitted two of the finest songs on that album,"Tones for Joan's Bones" and "This is New." Who among has not bought a disc for just one song?? Well, these two omissions from "Inner Space" more than justify the expense and effort of purchasing this collaborative compilation. The disc also included some nice work I had not heard before from the other three virtuosi, but it's the two "lost" songs from Chick that make this a must have for me. In regards to reviewer #1's remarks about McCoy Tyner's "Looking Out" album, I have to agree, but then, we've all bemoaned the failure of the music industry to preserve priceless treasures in the tranisition from analog sources to digital. Sic transit gloria mundi."
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Steven Fernow | 12/30/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"...The full contents of the "Tones For Joan's Bones" LP are easily available on at least three CDs. The vinyl (and now CD) album "Inner Space" was only intended as a compilation of Chick's early recordings. The CD easily contains 12 bucks' worth of quality music, and 4 of its tracks are not available anywhere else, as far as I know.To call Michael Cuscuna an "idiot producer" is grossly unfair. ... Michael is well-known for his many years of superb reissue production, and is nothing if not very generous with bonus tracks and alternate takes. Jazz collectors owe him a HUGE debt. He has thoroughly scoured the vaults of many a record company, and issued countless treasures.In the case of the "Inner Space" CD, the notes clearly say that Michael Cuscuna didn't even produce it. It was produced by a Bob Porter. (Michael only produced the 70s vinyl version.)"