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At The Blue Note: June 4th, 1994
Keith Jarrett
At The Blue Note: June 4th, 1994
Genres: Jazz, Pop, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
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All Artists: Keith Jarrett
Title: At The Blue Note: June 4th, 1994
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: ECM Records
Release Date: 1/25/2000
Album Type: Live
Genres: Jazz, Pop, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
Styles: Modern Postbebop, Bebop, Traditional Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731452764126

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Another Great Performance by the Standards
Kazuya Terakado | New York, NY United States | 01/31/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"As many people say, the Standards is the greatest group in the contemporary Jazz. Moreover, if you let me, I would say it is almost our only hope in the contemporary Jazz. Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, and Jack DeJohnette have been creating really exciting Jazz without disappointing us for twenty years. This is simply incredible. In each album, they improvised real music based on the Jazz standards from different angles. "At the Blue Note" is no exception. Actually, since it starts from the one of the most famous Jazz standards "Autumn Leaves", you would have the feeling I mentioned above even stronger. Of course, you can hear their play of Autumn Leaves in "Still Live" and "Tokyo 96", too. Yet, "Autumn Leaves" in this album is even more impressive in two aspects. First, it really speaks and captures your attention. Although Keith is one of the greatest Jazz pianists (for me, the greatest), sometimes his play after the beginning theme is not as eloquent as his extension. But this idea does not apply to this "Autumn Leaves". He did let us hear his creation from the beginning. Second and the last, it really flows. There is no gap between the song and the extension. From the beginning to the end, it is totally controlled as well as greatly improvised by all of the three. You do not have to say "It is great but..." It is simply a great performance. If you like Keith Jarrett or the Standards, you will easily understand what I mean here."
One of the Many Highlights of Jarrett's Career
Paul Allaer | Cincinnati | 10/15/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Keith Jarret made his first mark with "Koln Concert", the 1975 double vinyl solo piano concert CD that actually made some dents in the charts. Imagine that! (It was the same era when Tangerine Dream made the charts with "Ricochet", can you imagine it today?)This CD gives one 70 min. set of Jarrett's 3 night stand at the Blue Note (the complete recordings are also available as a box set), and what a marvel it is. The best is the lead-off track, the standard "Autumn Leaves", a 26+ min. blow-out of the trio (joining Jarrett are Gary Peacock on bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums), with bass and drums getting their due in solos, but Jarrett's piano playing is what drives this track, as elsewhere.If you are not a a die-hard jazz fanatic (as am I), don't worry. This is music (in its most general sense) at its best. Buy it."
Wonderful Stuff
Karl W. Nehring | Ostrander, OH USA | 07/20/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Once again we have Keith Jarrett's "Standards Trio" in a live recording on ECM, and once again the result is a CD that is highly recommendable to anyone interested in the art of the jazz piano trio. Mixing standards such as "Autumn Leaves" (26 minutes!) with some Jarrett originals, this set sucks the listener in with its impeccable playing and unflagging good will. Wonderful, wonderful stuff, and if you want more of the same, ECM released a 6-disk boxed set of Jarrett's trio at the Bluenote, of which this disk is one of the constituents."