Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Somewhere

Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Somewhere

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Keith Jarrett

Somewhere

ECM 2200

Keith Jarrett (p), Gary Peacock (b), Jack DeJohnette (d). July 11, 2009

Deep Space-Solar/Stars Fell On Alabama/Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea/Somewhere-Everywhere/Tonighl/I Thought About You. TT 65.33

Here we have another example of this pianist on tour, this time in Lucerne, Switzerland at the Concert Hall in that conservative town by the lake of the same name and the medieval wooden bridge that unfortunately burned some twenty years ago. The burgers attending this performance, however, seem to have left their natural reserve at home as they shower Maestro Jarrett with generous applause, replete with whistles, at the conclusion of each rendition, two of which are medleys; his own Deep Space and Miles' Solar and Leonard Bernstein's Somewhere coupled with again an original, Everywhere. They pay him rapt attention so there are no outbursts of petulance to which he is, on occasion, prone, such as occurred in Perugia, Italy when his foul-mouthed lecture to a gaggle of photographers whose flashing lights upset his playing resulted in his being uninvited to future recitals at the festival there. …

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