℗ 2013 ECM Records GmbH under exclusive license to Universal Music Classics, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc
Released September 6, 1982
Duration 2h 30m 20s
Genre Jazz
 

Concerts: Bregenz - München (Live)

Keith Jarrett

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Bregenz  
1.1
Part. I (Live At Festspielhaus, Bregenz, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
22:00
1.2
Part. II (Live At Festspielhaus, Bregenz, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
12:07
1.3
Untitled (Live At Festspielhaus, Bregenz, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
9:30
1.4
Heartland (Live At Festspielhaus, Bregenz, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
6:03
Munich  
1.5
Part. I (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
23:23
1.6
Part. II (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
24:22
1.7
Part. III (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
26:30
1.8
Part. IV (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
11:44
1.9
Mon coeur est rouge (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
8:30
1.10
Heartland (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
Keith Jarrett
6:11
Digital Booklet
"Five Stars ... (an) overdue release ... as strong a set, 30 years later, as it was when it was first released ... easily rivals, perhaps even betters Köln Concert as some of Jarrett's most profoundly deep yet user-friendly music." - All About Jazz "Four Stars ... at Bregenz, he is at his most stompingly rhythmic and quickwittedly accurate in switching from romantic dances to springily capricious ones ... there's plenty of solo Jarrett material around, but this period in his career seemed to balance the energy of youth and the resources of experience in a very special way." - The Guardian Originally released on vinyl on a three-album set, this live material was recorded in 1981 at Keith Jarrett solo concerts in two cities in Germany. The long-awaited reissue restores the complete triple-vinyl edition, packaging the two concerts together for the first time in the digital era.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

Recorded at Festspielhaus Bregenz and Herkulessaal der Residenz, München Engineer: Martin Wieland Design: Sascha Kleis Produced by Manfred Eicher
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.98
-2.43 to 0.00
-22.82
-24.10 to -21.31
14
13 to 15
1
Part. I (Live At Festspielhaus, Bregenz, 1981)
-0.54-22.1214
2
Part. II (Live At Festspielhaus, Bregenz, 1981)
0.00-22.4715
3
Untitled (Live At Festspielhaus, Bregenz, 1981)
-0.21-22.0614
4
Heartland (Live At Festspielhaus, Bregenz, 1981)
-0.80-24.1014
5
Part. I (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
-1.88-23.1513
6
Part. II (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
-1.43-22.7214
7
Part. III (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
-1.71-23.7414
8
Part. IV (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
-0.30-23.6115
9
Mon coeur est rouge (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
-2.43-22.9713
10
Heartland (Live At Herkulessaal, Munich, 1981)
-0.49-21.3113

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