The Jazz Show Episode November 23, 2009

Broadcast on 23-Nov-2009

9:00pm - 12:00am

Keith Jarrett is one of the most extraordinary musicians of our time and can rightly be called a genius. Born on May 8,1945, he was a child prodigy, playing professionally when he was a child of 8 years. He has worked with Art Blakey, Charles Lloyd and Miles Davis and with his own bands. His trio with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette is one of the premier trios in the history of this music. Jarrett has performed solo concerts since 1973. At first they were non-stop improvisations and some were classics and best sellers like the famous "Koln Concert". His approach to solo playing has changed as he now plays moods that are divided up. They are all totally improvised. Jarrett clears his head of extraneous thoughts and begins to play. The mood can be rhythmic and roiling or pastoral and romantic or lyrical or introspective and sad. Everything is open to Mr. Jarrett and that's what you will hear tonight......"Testament" recorded in late November and early December 2008 in Paris and London on a 3 CD set from ECM Records.

Track Listing:

Compared to What?
Les McCann · Swiss Movement
Salt Peanuts
George Wallington · 52 Street Revisited
Groovin' High
Shaw 'Nuff
Dalvatore Sally
Boyd Raeburn · Boyd Meets Stravinsky
March of the Boyds.
A Day To Mourn
Booker Ervin · The Freedom Book
Cut 2 Side 2.
Anthony Braxton · Berlin Concerts
Little "B's" Poem.
Bobby Hutcherson · Components
Song For My Father
Gavin Walker · Demo Disc
What's New
Up In Gavin's Flat.
Track 1
Keith Jarrett · Testament Nov.2008
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 6
Track 7