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Keith Jarrett

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Keith Jarrett
Keith Jarrett
Keith Jarrett
Pyramids Moving
Keith Jarrett
Gotta Get Some Sleep
Keith Jarrett
Blackberry Winter
Keith Jarrett
Pocket Full Of Cherry
Keith Jarrett
Total Playing Time    39:14
"I love this collection of quartet material ... Dewey Redman is showing so much control and heart on the saxophone that dominates what is nominally a pianist's record. A."
- The Village Voice

This hard-to-find album marks Keith Jarrett's final recording for Impulse! before the pianist jumped ship to ECM, where he has remained for the rest of his career. This 1977 release includes Dewey Redman on tenor saxophone, Charlie Haden on bass and Paul Motian on drums; the last time Jarrett's American Quartet would record together. With the exception of one tune, Jarrett, Haden and Redman each contribute songs to this album.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – The Verve Music Group Studio Masters

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