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Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette

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Flying (Pt. 1)
Keith Jarrett; Gary Peacock; Jack DeJohnette
Flying (Pt. 2)
Keith Jarrett; Gary Peacock; Jack DeJohnette
Keith Jarrett; Gary Peacock; Jack DeJohnette
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Total Playing Time    37:36
"... (Flying) is effectively a 30-minute free improvisation ... (on the more swinging Part 2) the bassist's unshakable walk not only provides a mooring for Jarrett's unfettered free play, but for DeJohnette as well, who provides a strong but undeniably loose pulse before heading into his most vibrant solo ..." - All About Jazz Recorded in Manhattan in January 1983 at the same time as the two previously issued Standards collections, Changes was released the following year and features Keith Jarrett's original compositions, the two-part Flying and Prism. The album showcases Jarrett's improvisations with the trio that would continue to work together for more than 25 years, Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette.
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