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CD ECM Records Gianluigi Trovesi, Umberto Petrin, Fulvio Maras: Vaghissimo Ritratto

2007

Gianluigi Trovesi - clarinet alto
Umberto Petrin - pian
Fulvio Maras - percutie, electronice

Piatti is the unifying element of a project celebrating four centuries of western melody, but he is a wraith mostly out of earshot, his themes sometimes barely touched, sometimes explicit, within rolling jazzy dialogues or free-playing. The title track, framing Trovesi’s mellow tone within gurgly electronics and soft piano interjections, comes closest to contemporary jazz. … It’s the kind of quirkily virtuosic ECM venture that changes hues with successive listening. [ John Fordham, The Guardian ]

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Contemporana

CD ECM Records Anat Fort Trio: And If

2007

Anat Fort - pian
Gary Wang - contrabas
Roland Schneider - tobe

Delicate, slow stuff, and pretty darn Keith Jarrett-y – especially the childlike, folky quality – but there’s something warm and luxuriant in Fort’s minimalist approach. “Minnesota” feels like watching the sky open to a dawn visity, each moment registered with wonder; her second take on “Paul Motian” caught the soft-petal poetry of that journeying drummer well. [ Paul de Barros, DownBeat ]

This is an intellectually satisfying yet emotionally charged CD, the sounds of which echo in the memory long after the disc has stopped spinning. [ Hrayr Attarian, All About Jazz ]

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Mark Turner, Ethan Iverson: Temporary Kings

2018

Mark Turner - saxofon tenor
Ethan Iverson - pian

With Temporary Kings two of the most distinct voices on today’s jazz scene present their debut on record as a duo: Engaging in inspired dialogue Mark Turner and Ethan Iverson here explore aesthetic common ground in the atmosphere of a modernist chamber music-like setting at the Auditorio Stelio Molo RSI, Lugano. The saxophonist and the pianist had begun their association in the Billy Hart Quartet, where the two players featured sympathetically on two ECM albums by that band. The new duo album now contains six originals by Iverson (among them the nostalgic solo tune “Yesterday’s Bouquet”) and two by Turner (including “Myron’s World,” which has acquired near-classic status among contemporary jazz players). There’s an off-kilter blues (“Unclaimed Freight”) and a strikingly melodic, almost Ravelian opening track dedicated to the town where the album was recorded under ideal sonic conditions (“Lugano”), plus an interpretation of Warne Marsh’s playfully serpentine “Dixie’s Dilemma.”

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Enrico Rava Quintet: Tribe

2010

Enrico Rava - trompeta
Gianluca Petrella - trombon
Giovanni Guidi - pian
Gabriele Evangelista - contrabas
Fabrizio Sferra - tobe
Giacomo Ancillotto - chitara

Voted Rising Star Trombonist in the Down Beat Critics Poll of 2005, he has a front-line relationship with Rava which recalls Enrico’s affinity with Roswell Rudd back in the heyday of the New Thing. Fast-moving, quick-witted exchanges abound. Enrico has always encouraged younger musicians, and pianist Giovanni Guidi (born 1985) is a real find, a player of creativity and imagination: “When I notice the gifts of a young musician, I immediately involve him in my groups. This is not motivated by altruism,” Rava insists. “Giovanni Guidi is like Bollani and Petrella: he astounds me every time.”

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Enrico Rava: The Pilgrim And The Stars

1975

Enrico Rava - trompeta
John Abercrombie - chitara electrica
Palle Danielsson - contrabas
Jon Christensen - tobe

The Italian trumpeter’s ECM debut with a band featuring John Abercrombie, Palle Danielsson and Jon Christensen. Rava’s evocative compositions, including the meanwhile classic ballad “Blancasnow”, inspire strong solos and spirited interaction.

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Enrico Rava: On The Dance Floor

2011

Enrico Rava - trompeta

+ PM Jazz Lab, Andrea Tofanelli, Claudio Corvini, Mauro Ottolini, Daniele Tittarelli, Dan Kinzelman, Franz Bazzani, Giovanni Guidi, Dario Deidda, Marcello Giannini, Zeno de Rossi, Ernesto Lopez Maturell

It was only after Michael Jackson’s death that Italian trumpeter Enrico Rava gradually became aware that he had for many years been ignoring, in his words, “one of the great protagonists of 20th century music and dance. A total artist. A perfectionist. A genius. I felt the need to delve more deeply into Michael’s world. There was only one way to do that: play his songs.” Thus this live album, recorded at the Rome Auditorium with the Parco della Musica Jazz Lab. Enrico’s trumpet is at its most extroverted here, vaulting above the spirited arrangements by Mauro Ottolini. Michael Jackson’s protean pop songs have never been heard quite like this. Rava is currently playing European festivals with this programme.

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Enrico Rava, Stefano Bollani, Paul Motian: Tati

2005

Enrico Rava - trompeta
Stefano Bollani - pian
Paul Motian - tobe

A ballads album of remarkable musical range and depth, an intensely melodic disc, featuring the unorthodox line-up of trumpet, piano and drums.

Tati, in its inspiration and collective execution and continuity, is … very possibly Enrico Rava’s most indispensable recording. The mood is never broken, but evolves. After the Gershwin, everything is originals by members of the trio except a Puccini theme from Tosca, which seamlessly becomes one more fluid form in the spontaneous aesthetic. … Rava’s … ideas are impossible to anticipate as they move in melodic tangents and intuitive flares of energy. [ Thomas Conrad, Jazztimes ]

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Enrico Rava Quintet: The Words And The Days

2007

Enrico Rava - trompeta
Gianluca Petrella - trombon
Andrea Pozza - pian
Rosario Bonaccorso - contrabas
Roberto Gatto - tobe

One of the most charismatic of jazz musicians, Enrico Rava has truly hit a purple patch in his career – he’s got a great band, he’s with the best label in the world and he’s making the finest music of a long, distinguished career. … This music will make you feel good about the world, maybe because it gives voice to all those values that however downtrodden won’t go away. I could tell you that this track is ballad, that one uptempo and this one has a Latin feel. But it deserves better than that. Simply, they should distil this, bottle it and serve it everywhere. A wizard and a true star. [ Duncan Heining, Jazzwise ]

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Chick Corea, Stefano Bollani: Orvieto

2011

Chick Corea - pian
Stefano Bollani - pian

Chick Corea and Stefano Bollani in their first recorded collaboration, a document of a most spirited gig in Orvieto’s Teatro Mancinelli last December. Effervescent virtuosity abounds as the two piano genii romp through a programme that includes Jobim’s “Retrato Em Branco E Preto”, the swing ballad “Darn That Dream”, Fats Waller’s “Jitterbug Waltz”, Miles Davis’s “Nardis”, blues, improvisations and more. The recording is Corea’s first new ECM date in more than a quarter-century.

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett: Belonging

1974

Keith Jarrett - pian
Jan Garbarek - saxofon sopran si tenor
Palle Danielsson - bas
Jon Christensen - tobe

AllMusic: "On Keith Jarrett's first recording with his "European" quartet -- Jan Garbarek (sax), Palle Danielsson (bass), Jon Christensen (drums) -- he stakes out somewhat less abrasive territory than that which his "American" foursome was exploring at this time.

Garbarek sports a neutral, vibratoless tone that occasionally reaches an emotional climax; the rhythm section is supportive and just loose enough. The record operates at its strongest level when Jarrett locks the quartet into his winning gospel mode on "'Long as You Know You're Living Yours" and the tense drive of "Spiral Dance"; the reflective numbers are less compelling. Still, this LP-turned-CD successfully bucked the powerful electric trends of its time and holds up well today."

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: Yesterdays

2001

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

AllMusic (Thom Jurek): "Yesterdays is the third title ECM has released by Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, and Jack DeJohnette (dubbed "the standards trio"). The first two -- The Out-of-Towners released in 2004 and My Foolish Heart issued in 2007 -- were actually recorded later than this live date recorded in Tokyo in April of 2001.

This also marks a first in the pianist's career: the George Gershwin tune "You Took Advantage of Me" appeared on My Foolish Heart in a very different arrangement, making this the first time Jarrett has ever employed a single track on two consecutive albums. On My Foolish Heart Jarrett used a full-on ragtime intro to the tune. Here, he employs a denser harmonic construction based on its changes and melodic frame. When the band enters, the pop and swing in the tune become pronounced, standing in the same universe as ragtime (which is more than likely the reason Jarrett employed it before) but also much more sophisticated and harmonically complex. "

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden: Last Dance

2007

Keith Jarrett - pian
Charlie Haden - contrabas

All of which made Jasmine (ECM, 2010) a release worth celebrating. Recorded at Jarrett's home (in his Cavelight Studio), it was an intimate conversation between two old friends—Jarrett and Haden—who'd not recorded together in over three decades, and who were brought together when the pianist participated in Reto Cardiff's film about the bassist, Rambling Boy (2009).

Some things are never lost, and if Jasmine proved anything, it's that the chemistry shared by Jarrett and Haden may have been on hiatus for 30 years, but was no less potent, no less profound, when they found themselves recording a series of standards at Jarrett's home with no rehearsals barring a few quick run-throughs of the changes. The collaboration must have been a fruitful one, because Last Dance comes from those same sessions, another full 76 minutes of music comprised, once again, of songs culled from jazz standards and the Great American Songbook. [ AllAboutJazz (John Kelman) ]

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

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CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: My Foolish Heart

2001

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

"My Foolish Heart may just be, between Still Live and Somewhere, the missing piece of the Keith Jarrett Trio’s Triforce. Recorded live in Montreux in July of 2001, it shows the trio—both in general and this specific—in brightest light. The bounce of “Four” kicks things off with so much panache that anyone even thinking of laying fingers to keyboard might just want to crawl into a hovel and listen in awe. The tune is, of course, by Miles Davis and draws lines of history back to Jarrett’s association with the Prince of Darkness, flipping that nickname into an exercise in luminescence. The feeling of togetherness practically shouts its decades of experience from the rooftops and calls any who will listen in ecstatic gathering. Peacock almost flies off the handle from all the excitation, but reins in his enthusiasm just enough to build his first solo of the night with architectural integrity. DeJohnette, too, revs the engine a few times without losing traction. [ ecmreviews ]

  • Numar discuri: 2
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: Standards Live

1985

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

ecmreviews:
"Take one look at the thoughtful cover art of this seminal Keith Jarrett release, and you’ll gain immediate insight into what makes his trio click. Each curvaceous line brings a lifetime of movement, of study, and of passion to bear on the music at hand. And with these six standards resurrected to such profound levels, there’s nothing not to like.

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: Bye Bye Blackbird

1991

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

AllMusic: "This is the Keith Jarrett Trio's -- featuring bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette -- elegy for their former employer Miles Davis, recorded only 13 days after the maestro's death. The lonely figure in shadow with a horn on the cover contrasts with the joyous spirit of many of the tracks on this CD, yet there is still a ghostly presence to deal with -- and in keeping with Miles' credo, Jarrett's choice of notes is often more purposefully spare than usual.

There is symmetry in the organization of the album, with "Bye Bye Blackbird" opening and the trio's equally jaunty "Blackbird, Bye Bye" closing the album, and the interior tracks immediately following the former and preceding the latter are "You Won't Forget Me" and "I Thought About You." The centerpiece of the CD is an 18-and-a-half-minute group improvisation, "For Miles," which after some DeJohnette tumbling around becomes a dirge sometimes reminiscent of Miles' own elegy for Duke Ellington, "He Loved Him Madly."

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: Whisper Not

iulie 1999

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

It’s been a long time since the first volumes of standard interpretations by Jarrett, Peacock, and DeJohnette hit the streets, announcing a new direction for the multifaceted Jarrett. It was 1983 to be exact and since then a distinguished series of ECM sides has built on the solid reputation so clearly established right at the start. While arguably the magnum opus of the lot would have to be Keith Jarrett at the Blue Note: The Complete Recordings, a close second can easily be claimed with the new release of a July 1999 concert recording in Paris packaged on two discs as Whisper Not. [ AllAboutJazz ]

  • Numar discuri: 2
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: Tokyo'96

1996

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

ecmreviews:
"Keith Jarrett’s trend-setting standards trio returns to Japan in celebration of its 15th year in this commanding live recording, which from bare pianistic threads spins an up-tempo version of “It Could Happen To You” to kick things off just right. With DeJohnette’s brushes flying and Peacock likewise enamored, free and easy exchanges abound. At this point we’re already hooked, so that “Never Let Me Go” becomes a mantra to guide us through the rest. There’s so much tenderness from Jarrett here, it’s a wonder he can emote with so little vocal breach. This, along with Peacock’s soulful slides, makes for one of the most heartwarming tracks in the trio’s output. Peacock’s early lepidopteran solo in “Summer Night” traces Jarrett’s masterful story arc word for word and shifts into high gear for “John’s Abbey” in a chain of powerful music-making. The trio’s sparkling rendition of “Billie’s Bounce” is a splash of cold water on the face. Jarrett’s right hand slaloms through the left’s gentle punctuations before a concluding solo from DeJohnette puts the icing on this positively exuberant cake. It’s one of a few standout moments from the drummer, who relays hand percussion and hi-hat in “I’ll Remember April” and leads the trio into an organic fadeout. All of which makes the relatively brief “Mona Lisa” a magical moment. Painting with a dark and bar-lit hue, its grandeur is obscured, embraced, inhaled.

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: Inside Out

2000

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

ecmreviews:
"Of his approach to this 2001 album, recorded live the year before in London, pianist Keith Jarrett says, “Don’t ask. Don’t think. Don’t anticipate. Just participate.” Where for so long he and his partners Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette had served up piping hot new takes on old recipes, here they decided to do away with all that and, with the exception of their version of the evergreen “When I Fall In Love” that concludes, let the music create itself. What in others’ hands would have been a risky venture turns into a balanced, intuitive record from these most capable sound-smiths.

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: Somewhere

2009

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

AllMusic (Thom Jurek):
"It is almost superfluous to write about Keith Jarrett's three-decades-and-running standards trio with Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette. Given their recorded output, it's easy to discern why they are regarded by many as the greatest living piano trio. They have continued to imbue the standards book with new dimensions of meaning, creating a near symbiotic dialogue in harmonic and rhythmic invention while remaining emotionally resonant.

The performances on Somewhere were recorded in 2009, and are the first offerings by the group on record in four years, though they continue to play select dates annually. Since their three previous releases were all taken from a 2001 tour, this show reflects an eight-year growth period. The opener is a Jarrett improvisation entitled "Deep Space," which is a building block solo intro to Miles Davis' "Solar," and which this group has recorded before -- several times in fact -- but never with the kind of lyric audacity and rumbling low-end counterpoint that Peacock puts on offer here. There's a popping read of Harold Arlen's and Ted Koehler's "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea," with Jarrett playing chunky, staggered chords that manage to slip 4/4 as he dialogues with DeJohnette. The pair go at the time signature from both ends, refusing its authority until not to do so would result in its collapse. Peacock binds their conversation while finding his own way in and out of an implied yet never directly engaged sense of swing.

  • Numar discuri: 1
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

CD ECM Records Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette: Always Let Me Go

2001

Keith Jarrett - pian
Gary Peacock - contrabas
Jack DeJohnette - tobe

AllMusic:
"Recorded live in Tokyo in April 2001, Always Let Me Go is Keith Jarrett's 149th concert in Japan. Joined by his long-standing partners Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette, these performances are playful, explosive, somber, and completely improvised. After 20 years of working together, they trust each other (and the audience) enough to deliver over two hours of unscripted music. DeJohnette prowls through his drums like a restless cougar: he chatters, scuffles, and pounces on the skins with agility. Likewise, Peacock spoons out a concrete foundation of bass; one that bubbles as it spreads through the cracks in Jarrett's 88 keys (which serve the pianist so very well). For listeners familiar with the trio's Inside Out CD, here is the same idea further elaborated on.

  • Numar discuri: 2
  • Gen muzica: Jazz

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