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Tokyo '96

26 juin 2007 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 6 novembre 2000
  • Date de sortie: 26 juin 2007
  • Label: Universal Music Division Decca Records France
  • Copyright: (C) 1998 ECM Records GmbH, under exclusive license to Universal Music Classics & Jazz - a division of Universal Music GmbH
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  • Durée totale: 1:18:51
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  • ASIN: B0025IALCC
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Par kiki le 2 novembre 2009
Format: CD
C'est à mon avis l'époque ou ce trio magnifique a commencé à tourner en rond. Autant on peut comprendre la volonté de Jarrett et de Manfred Eicher de diffuser certains des concerts du trio, autant la formule finit par lasser par l'absence de surprise qu'on y trouve. Bien sûr certaines versions sont magnifiques ("Never let me go", "Summer nights") mais le tout donne un goût de "déja-entendu" qui finit par lasser. Un bon disque mais sans plus !
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Par pcaudio le 15 décembre 2013
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Ce trio a toujours vécu l'exigence du travail parfait
Ce disque n'y échappe pas plus que les autres de ces 3 larrons
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HASH(0x996fc228) étoiles sur 5 ARE YOU KIDDING?? GORGEOUS!! 13 septembre 2003
Par dave bass - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As a professional singer/saxophonist with a collection of thousands of records and cds, I often delight in playing new things for people, not only to introduce things to them, but to see their reaction.
My girlfriend was sitting on the couch one night, reading in silence. I put on "Never let me Go" from this CD, and went to work on some reeds in the kitchen.
Less than a minute later, she put the book in her lap and looked up at me. "I can't read this while that's playing - it's so amazing. It just commands your attention. It sounds like backround music, but it's definately NOT - it's so intense, and I can hear the feeling in everything he's doing. It just commands me to listen." So she put her book down and enjoyed.
And I, of course, was ecstatic that she got the fact that Keith Jarrett is one of those few musicians who lock into their inner voice from the moment go and never let go. Whether or not you like his forays into all genres, his experimentations, or even his phrasing or note choices here and there - you have to concede that his PROCESS of creating, along with that of his cohorts, is absolutely vital, essential, and pure.
So put the book down, and dig!
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HASH(0x997137e0) étoiles sur 5 Oh...my...goodness...great balls of fire! 2 août 2010
Par the way I see it - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What a recording! As good as anything the trio has put out for our listening pleasure including Standards I and II and the complete Blue Note set. This CD is so incredibly balanced with a seamless flow between ballads and up-tempo songs. All three artists are completely on fire! My only complaint, and it is a very minor one, is that I wish the two standards that segue into compositions by Jarrett were both about fifteen minutes longer (Harold Arlen's "Last Night When We Were Young" segues into Jarrett's "Caribbean Sky" and Rodgers and Hart's "My Funny Valentine" segues into Jarrett's "Song"). There are at least three such long standard-to-Jarrett composition segues on the complete Blue Note set, which I adore and which have spoiled me. On Tokyo 96, both "Carribean Sky" and "Song" should have gone on for much longer, especially "Carribean Sky". But that's a minor "complaint" and really just a personal desire to hear more of Jarrett's beautiful compositions that flow so nicely out of particular standards. It's still a perfect recording--but it could have been even "perfecter"!

As for those who find Jarrett's vocalizations to be annoying--and I sometimes fall into that camp, though I still own dozens of his recordings--I didn't notice much on this CD. In my opinion, what little there is almost had to be there because the music was truly worth shouting over and making all sorts of primal sounds. (If I had been at this concert, I would have been screaming like a madman!) But again, given how stunning and magical this evening was, I think Jarret showed incredible restraint. If you have a chance, I encourage you to listen to the entire CD through some headphones. Oh...my...goodness...great balls of fire!!!!!!!
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HASH(0x996fcd8c) étoiles sur 5 Bravura and Tenderness in One 12 août 2001
Par C. David LaRoche - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Tokyo 96' is an excellent LP for any fan of the Jazz Piano. Jarrett's volcalizations never intrude on the wonderful music, making this album accesible for anyone. The trio's ability to communicate only gets better with age, and this is one of their peaks. While the moodful melodies and ballads are truly stunning on this album, the spotlight is stolen by Jarrett simply digging into some up-tempo bop standards. Highlights? The entirety of Billie's Bounce and I'll Remember April are ecstatic (the latter featuring a marvelous drum-solo intro punctuated by rhythmic chords on behalf of Jarrett), however, the true gem is the brief, almost frantic and assuredly intense John's Abbey. One can almost see the sparks flying from these three masteful musicians!
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HASH(0x997189b4) étoiles sur 5 My Funny Valentine/Song... 21 avril 2011
Par M. Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I love Jarrett, love his Standards Trio, love this album...but I had to throw down a note about the last track.

Even though "My Funny Valentine" has been covered by so many over the years, this is my single most favorite performance of MFV by anyone. It's just a perfect transcendent moment. And Keith doesn't even play the whole melody.. it's as if he lets the listener who knows the tune so well fill in the gaps for himself/herself. Sublime. Perfect.

This trio is a force of Nature, and here's yet more proof.
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HASH(0x99718b64) étoiles sur 5 A Magical Spell 20 juillet 2009
Par Karl W. Nehring - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Many jazz lovers probably already have several CDs by this outstanding trio in their collections; if so, they will pretty well know what to expect. Jarrett, Peacock, and DeJohnette have worked together so long and are such accomplished musicians that the music just seems to flow right out of them. Covering standards (e.g., "It Could Happen to You," I'll Remember April," Autumn Leaves," My Funny Valentine'), the trio blurs the line between arrangement and improvisation, weaving quite a magical spell as they work their way through 79 minutes' worth of music.

As always, Jarrett's piano sounds slightly clangy, and he adds his usual shouts and groans to the mix, but the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. With so many CDs now to choose from featuring this group, Tokyo `96 might not be an indispensable recording, but it is nonetheless a sterling example of "the art of the trio."
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