FW: [JPL] Keith Jarrett As Sideman

Derrick Lucas dnlbka at rit.edu
Tue Nov 7 12:15:53 EST 2006



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From: Derrick Lucas 
Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 10:13 AM
To: 'jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com'
Subject: FW: [JPL] Keith Jarrett As Sideman

Hey Jae,

Although Buttercorn Lady is out of print it has been reissued as a budget import titled "Recuerdo". I sent you a link to it through Amazon 

I have a copy of it, it's pretty good but there were some rough spots. 

The highlights for me are, "My Romance" where I think Chuck takes one of his best solos playing harmon mute. Keith then gives a glimpse of the future with the abstract "Recuerdo" probably the most abstract thing Blakey ever recorded, (outside of the Stanley Clarke/Olu Dara period of the J.M.'S during the early 70's) and hearing Keith, Chuck & Art burn up in "Between Races" were all highlights.     

In Ian Carr's book about Keith Jarrett "The Man and His Music" there's a chapter I believe, dedicated to his time with the JM's it's pretty funny. Along with Leslie Gourse's book "Art Blakey: Jazz Messenger" there is a section devoted to that period of the JM's as well.

Not to mention one of my favorite KJ side gigs was on Freddie Hubbard's 1972 "Sky Dive". His work on Bix Beiderbecke's "In a Mist" and theme of "The Godfather" alone is worth the price of admission. Not to mention the trivial tidbit that it was, I believe the last time he was ever recorded playing the Fender Rhodes.      


Hope that helps   

Cheers!
Derrick Lucas
WGMC JAZZ 90.1
Rochester, NY   

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From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com [mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of Jae Sinnett
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 8:23 PM
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Subject: RE: [JPL] Keith Jarrett As Sideman

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This is great Larry. Thanks. Now just have to try and find that "Buttercorn Lady" release by the Jazz Messengers. It's interesting in that I toured with Mangione and I knew he played with Art but he never mentioned that Keith was in that band - at the same time. Hmmmmm.......Verve has this release listed under their Verve Vault section at the Apple iTunes Store for out of print recordings. Strange. I guess they never officially reissued it on disc and by the looks of this it's only available as a digital download. Has anyone ever use this method of getting out of print material to use on their show? 
   
  Jae Sinnett  

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Jae,

Here's a useful Jarrett discography: http://www.jazzdisco.org/jarrett/cat/a/

Larry

>Hello to all. Seeking some help........I'm putting together a Keith Jarrett 
>special. I'm particularly interested in his recordings as a sideman. Would 
>anyone have some suggestions of recordings where he has appeared - besides 
>his work with Charles Lloyd and Miles - as a sideman? He hasn't done many 
>and this is the why it's difficult. One that comes to mind is Kenny 
>Wheeler's masterpiece "Gnu High." One of the most brilliant Jarrett 
>performances ever recorded. He did another with Gary Peacock but the name 
>escapes me. I know that he played with Art Blakey but not sure if he ever 
>recorded with him. Would anyone know if he has and if so, what recording? 
>Any help with suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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