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At the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings


Download links and information about At the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings by Keith Jarrett. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 38 tracks with total duration of 07:03:23 minutes.

Artist: Keith Jarrett
Release date: 1995
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 38
Duration: 07:03:23
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No. Title Length
1. In Your Own Sweet Way 17:58
2. How Long Has This Been Going On? 9:09
3. While We're Young 11:01
4. Partners 8:28
5. No Lonely Nights 7:16
6. Now's the Time 8:30
7. Lament 7:09
8. I'm Old Fashioned 10:36
9. Everything Happens to Me 11:49
10. If I Were a Bell 11:26
11. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning 8:45
12. Oleo 8:03
13. Alone Together 11:20
14. Skylark 6:36
15. Things Ain't What They Used to Be 7:53
16. Autumn Leaves 26:42
17. Days of Wine and Roses 11:30
18. Bop-Be 6:18
19. You Don't Know What Love Is / Muezzin 20:31
20. When I Fall In Love 5:42
21. How Deep Is the Ocean? 11:25
22. Close Your Eyes 9:27
23. Imagination 8:44
24. I'll Close My Eyes 10:11
25. I Fall In Love So Easily / The Fire Within 27:08
26. Things Ain't What They Used to Be 8:59
27. On Green Dolphin Street / Joy Ride 21:07
28. My Romance 9:40
29. Don't Ever Leave Me 5:08
30. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To 6:58
31. La Valse Bleue 7:03
32. No Lonely Nights 6:21
33. Straight, No Chaser 6:13
34. Time After Time 12:36
35. For Heaven's Sake 11:02
36. Partners 8:56
37. Desert Sun 28:32
38. How About You? 7:11



The six-CD box set Keith Jarrett at the Blue Note fully documents three nights (six complete sets from June 3-5, 1994) by his trio with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette. Never mind that this same group has already had ten separate releases since 1983; this box is still well worth getting. The repertoire emphasizes (but is not exclusively) standards, with such songs as "In Your Own Sweet Way," "Now's the Time," "Oleo," "Days of Wine and Roses," and "My Romance" given colorful and at times surprising explorations. Some of the selections are quite lengthy (including a 26-and-a-half-minute version of "Autumn Leaves") and Jarrett's occasional originals are quite welcome; his 28-and-a-half-minute "Desert Sun" reminds one of the pianist's fully improvised Solo Concerts of the 1970s. Throughout the three nights at the Blue Note, the interplay among the musicians is consistently outstanding. Those listeners concerned about Jarrett's tendency to "sing along" with his piano have little to fear for, other than occasional shouts and sighs, he wisely lets his piano do the talking.