Cover image for Tokyo '96
Title:
Tokyo '96
Author:
Jarrett, Keith, performer.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
München : ECM ; New York, NY : Manufactured and distributed by BMG Entertainment, [1998]

℗1998
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
ECM: ECM 1666; 78118-21666-2.

Jazz.

Compact disc.
Contents:
It could happen to you / Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke (11:39) -- Never let me go / Jay Livingston, Ray Evans (6:45) -- Billie's bounce / Charlie Parker (8:07) -- Summer night / Harry Warren, Al Dubin (7:38) -- I'll remember April / Gene De Paul, Don Raye, Patricia Johnston (10:20) -- Mona Lisa / Jay Livingston, Ray Evans (3:02) -- Autumn leaves / Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert (7:44) -- Last night when we were young / Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg. Caribbean sky / Keith Jarrett (9:34) -- John's abbey / Bud Powell (5:50) -- My funny Valentine / Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart. Song / Keith Jarrett (7:16).
UPC:
781182166622
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Recorded in Tokyo's Orchard Hall before Japanese royalty and a packed house -- and released two years later while Keith Jarrett was out of action suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome -- the standards trio lives up to its formidable track record of consistency and then some. Jarrett and perennial cohorts Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette are, if anything, even sharper, swinging harder and more attuned to each other than ever. There was a stronger Latin subtext in Tokyo that night than usual; "I'll Remember April" opens with a long, spare drum solo and becomes a high-spirited calypso-flavored workout, and "Last Night When We Were Young" segues into a Jarrett boogaloo improv called "Caribbean Sky." Two bop standards touch off further electric sparks; there is a joyously funky "Billie's Bounce," and Jarrett really puts all of Bud Powell's imitators in the shade with his right-handed prowess on "John's Abbey." Even those who have assiduously collected all of the standards trio's voluminous output will find Jarrett, Peacock and DeJohnette speaking to them in fresh ways here. ~ Richard S. Ginell


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