So Tender - Keith Jarrett - Sleeper

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  • Keith Jarrett - Sleeper - Tokyo, April 16, (Live) So Tender (Live) Buy track Keith Jarrett, Composer, Piano, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Jan Erik Kongshaug, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Palle Danielsson, MainArtist - Jon Christensen, Drums, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Manfred Eicher, Producer - Jan.
  • Jun 17,  · Sleeper, an Album by Jarrett, Garbarek, Danielsson & Christensen. Released 13 July on ECM (catalog no. ECM /91 / ; CD). Genres: ECM Style Jazz, Avant-Garde Jazz. Featured peformers: Keith Jarrett (piano, percussion, composer), Jan Garbarek (tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute, percussion), Palle Danielsson (double bass), Jon Christensen (drums, 4/5(4).
  • Jul 12,  · Keith Jarrett: Sleeper – review T his enthralling double album is a previously unreleased concert set from Tokyo in and features Keith Jarrett's "European So Tender Author: John Fordham.
  • Garbarek delivers some of his most beautiful, vocal-style playing on Jarrett’s warmly engaging “So Tender.” The adventurous minute “Oasis” opens with Jarrett laying down a percussive pattern on African slit drum while Garbarek wails on wood flute.
  • The item Sleeper, Keith Jarrett represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Brigham Young University.
  • Listen to your favorite songs from Sleeper by Keith Jarrett Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  • Aug 21,  · The pieces performed by the quartet on April 16, , at Tokyo s Nakano Sun Plaza were Jarrett compositions Personal Mountains, Innocence, So Tender, Oasis, Chant of the Soil, Prism and New Dance all written for this ensemble (in later years, Prism and So Tender would be reinterpreted by the Standards trio), all delivered with enormous verve/5(21).
  • Keith Jarrett Sleeper: Tokyo, April 16, ECM Records While ECM has, in recent years, been in the process of getting some of its older titles back in print through its Old & New Masters Edition series of box sets—some, like the music on Norwegian bassist Arild Andersen 's Green Into Blue—Early Quartets (), seeing release on CD for the first time—the German label has avoided.

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