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Over the past 40 years, Keith Jarrett has come to be recognized as one of the most creative musicians of our times - universally acclaimed as an improviser of unsurpassed genius; a master of jazz piano; a classical keyboardist of great depth; and as a composer who has written hundreds of pieces for his various jazz groups, plus extended works for orchestra, soloist, and chamber ... Read more in Amazon's Keith Jarrett Store

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warners
  • ASIN: B00004R5TO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Zona on 23 April 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The first Keith Jarrett trio, recorded in studio in 1967: Keith Jarrett on piano, Charlie Haden on acoustic bass and Paul Motian on drums. Seven original compositions by Jarrett, one standard by Cole Porter. 49 minutes of mostly well paced themes, with beautiful playing from Jarrett, complex solos dense of musical ideas. Somehow a combination of Bill Evans and Herbie Nichols, enriched by with various moments of free improvisation, all infused with the already strong musical personality of Jarrett, included his "signature singing while improvising". Not always an easy recording session, but a totally rewarding experience if enough time is granted to the necessary repeated listening. Interesting to observe that this music is more similar to the recent output of pianists Frank Kimbrough and Kenny Werner than the Keith Jarrett standard trio. Recommended to any jazz piano enthusiast wanting to hear Jarrett taking his first steps in the trio setting, defining concepts further developed three decades after in "Inside out" (recorded 2000) and "Always Let Me Go" (recorded 2001). Good packaging with new linear notes (2004) as well as the original linear notes by Jarrett himself. Very good re-mastered sound quality.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. P. Godfrey on 1 Sept. 2010
Format: Audio CD
I would like to echo much of A. Zona's review. Check out 'Somewhere Before' and 'The Mourning of A Star' too; the trio of Jarrett, Haden and Motian produced music of true, timeless quality.

'Life Between The Exit Signs' is an exhilarating listen and a fascinating experience too, as the listener resolves the music heard here with that of Jarrett's current 'Standards Trio'.

By the 1970s, the Jarrett/Haden/Motian trio would be joined by Dewey Redman to create the so-called 'American Quartet', a group that produced a large number of outstanding albums throughout that decade.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Bawden jazz fan on 1 May 2014
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album many years ago not knowing that it was Jarrett's first release with a piano trio at the age of 22. As such it is a pretty impressive album. His command of the instrument is phenomenal and the tunes are all his own compositions. He also clearly does some "free-form" improvisation as well.

However it does not hold my attention and some of the music is discordant. Compared with work to come (not far into the future) this is a disappointment. To think that less than ten years into the future he will record "The Koln Concert" a performance of perfection.
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By Manuel Grosso Galvan - Published on
Format: Audio CD
In this moment, 1967, Jarret was in the Charles Lloyd Quartet. During the sessions of "Dream Weaver" he decided recorded a trio album with two excepcional musicians. Charlie Haden and Paul Motian. He choose Haden for his relation with Ornette Coleman, and Motian for Bill Evans. In this first album you can hear the bases of his music. The lirical roots and the experimental roots. Great album with incredible moments. Now sound better than never and have a incredible price. Not only for Jarrett fans. You must get it. Great¡¡¡
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It couldn't be anyone else! 12 Aug. 2014
By openreels - Published on
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I had heard "Love No. 1" and "Margot" for many years on CD with two cuts each by Jarrett, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and McCoy Tyner. I finally decided to seek out the original source. I still like those two cuts the best, but the whole disc is worth hearing. Here's Jarrett very early in his career, already with all the lyricism, range, perfect execution and harmonic creativity that marks his style. A few bars into his solo on "Margot" he lays out one of those beautiful rambling runs that seems to come from nowhere. The piano is not up to the quality he would get in later recordings, but it couldn't be anyone else playing! Needless to say, I'm a huge fan...
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