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5.0 out of 5 stars
A Testament to brilliance, 16 Jan. 2010
I loved this album. The London Concert is outstanding, Paris less so but still terrific.
I have only discovered Keith Jarrett in the last 3 or 4 years. I love the way in which he develops an idea and takes it places you could never imagine. The solo piano, in lesser hands, can become monotonous and lack excitement but this is never a danger with Jarrett who is surely to be numbered among the greats of jazz piano. Just when you tyhink he must have exhausted a theme he takes it in a new and wonderful direction. Each listening rewards you with something new to enjoy.
I recommend this album unreservedly.