REVIEW: Queers Part 2, Old Vic Theatre -
British TheatreREVIEW: Queers Part 2, Old Vic Theatre - British TheatreBritish TheatreMark Ludmon reviews Queers Part 2, a series of four monologues about LGBT life curated by Mark Gatiss at the Old Vic Theatre.and more »
Posted on 31 July 2017 | 3:15 pm
Asheville Tourists/Eblen Charities
BlueRidgeNow.comAsheville Tourists/Eblen Charities Children's Fund Golf Tournament set for Aug. 14BlueRidgeNow.comAsheville Tourists mascot Mr. Moon checks out the fit on a pair of shoes. The Asheville Tourists/Eblen Charities Children's Fund provides shoes for children. [PHOTO PROVIDED]. Hide caption. Scenic views are part of the joy of playing golf at Etowah ...
Posted on 29 July 2017 | 9:05 pm
Charles Lloyd New Quartet: Passin' Thru -
RelixCharles Lloyd New Quartet: Passin' ThruRelixOn Passin' Thru, Charles Lloyd and his New Quartet revisit material the saxophonist-flutist debuted a half-century ago with a spunky little group that introduced pianist Keith Jarrett and drummer Jack DeJohnette to the world. His decade-old New ...
Posted on 25 July 2017 | 6:56 am
A Word About the Beauty of the Piano Solo
TheStranger.comA Word About the Beauty of the Piano Solo That Concludes Art of Noise's "Beat Box (Diversion One)"TheStranger.comBut it swings so marvelously, that its main idea is fully revealed. There are chunks of church in the chords, and measures of Keith Jarrett and English classical in the right-hand melodies (the former when the right-hand is working those left-hand ...
Posted on 14 July 2017 | 5:59 pm
Mark Springer: Circa Rip Rig + Panic review
The GuardianMark Springer: Circa Rip Rig + Panic review – fascinating freeform jazz that never loses its wayThe GuardianI've Got to Two Hand It to You starts like Philip Glass and ends like a rumination from Keith Jarrett's Köln Concert. Other tracks lurch between Erik Satie miniatures and spacious, Herbie Hancock-style modal improvisations, while never losing sight of ...
Posted on 13 July 2017 | 11:31 am
Listen Now: Keith Jarrett/Charlie Haden/Paul
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Posted on 13 April 2015 | 8:06 pm
Miles Davis -- 1959: The Most Creative Year
1959 was arguably the most creative year in all of jazz history. Bird had already passed away, and this year would see the passings of Lester Young and Billie Holiday.
Posted on 8 April 2015 | 12:14 am
Adam Holzman: The Deform Variations
How we rate: our writers tend to review music they like within their preferred genres.
Posted on 2 April 2015 | 12:14 am
Ye Jung Kim -- Club Jazzda: Seoul's
One of the hidden gems of the Seoul music scene in South Korea is the Club Jazzda . Located in the youthful Mapo neighborhood, the intimate basement venue has live music every night of the week showcasing young, up-and-coming local talent.
Posted on 1 April 2015 | 12:50 am
Gary Burton: A Lifetime of Collaborations
“When you first make a record, you always think, 'This is the best thing I've done.' And that lasts for anywhere from three to six months, and then you begin to get into the next project and IT becomes your big focus.
Posted on 28 March 2015 | 8:02 am
Leo Sayer: My six best albums
Ride Of The Valkyries is beautifully played. KEITH JARRETT Arbour Zena (ECM) This is lovely meditative music. Keith is known for his improvisational piano playing and is great live. I used to drive through the night from London to Cornwall and play this ...
Posted on 28 August 2015 | 1:09 am
Miles Davis at Newport 1955-1975: The
Keith Jarrett: electric piano, organ; Pete Cosey: guitar, percussion; Reggie Lucas: guitar; Percy Heath: bass; Paul Chambers, bass; Ron Carter, bass; Dave Holland, bass; Michael Henderson, electric bass; Connie Kay: drums; Jimmy Cobb: drums; Tony Williams ...
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 11:19 pm
Sunken Treasure: Keith Jarrett’s ‘The
Keith Jarrett was only 29 when he performed this concert of solo piano improvisations at the Opera House in Cologne in January 1975. The first decade of his prodigious musical life had seen him collaborate with the likes of Charles Lloyd, Art Blakey and ...
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 8:00 pm
Charlie Haden & Gonzalo Rubalcaba –
Charlie Haden had the distinction, however, of not fitting into any niche. He played with some of the most adventurous musicians (Ornette Coleman, early Keith Jarrett, Don Cherry), while having his roots in country and western. He played some of the most ...
Posted on 19 August 2015 | 9:59 am
At 70, Keith Jarrett Is Learning How To
Keith Jarrett hit a milestone this past week: The famed jazz pianist turned 70 years old, and he's decided to mark the occasion with two new releases. One offers his take on two important classical works; the other, Creation, documents how his creative ...
Posted on 9 May 2015 | 8:51 pm
Open Question: Similar music to keith
i am looking for similar piano pieces/composers who play in the style of keith jarretts köln or vienna concert (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpTpI3X71Js) or some songs of friedrich gulda (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4lllwIxebQ).
not classical jazz, but not like ludovico einaudi and those modern composers either.
more in the middle.
Posted on 12 May 2014 | 7:17 pm
Resolved Question: Why would any wrestling
if you are a fan of wrestling, this is more wrestling for you to see
Also, I'm not asking if you think it will succeed, I'm asking, why would anyone not want it too, which is a big difference Fox Man: Who said anything about it being as big as WWE, the question is simple, why would any wrestling fan not want it too succeed, you like wrestling, correct, you want to see wrestling, then you should want to see more wrestling, which is what this is!
Video Game Critic: You obviously didn't read the question are are too stupid to understand it, I'm not asking why it wouldn't succeed, I'm asking why any wrestling fan wouldn't want it to! A pro-wrestling fan wants to see pro-wrestling, they aren't going to hold a grudge against Jeff Jarrett for things that happen in TNA!
Posted on 27 February 2014 | 3:25 am
Resolved Question: If you had to
Tito Puente or Buddy Rich?
Chucho Valdez or Keith Jarrett?
Posted on 7 January 2013 | 8:07 am
Resolved Question: Which are the tracks
It was recorded in 1985
Can anybody please help me?
Posted on 19 June 2012 | 2:52 am
Resolved Question: Who did the cover art for
It's beautiful. Does anyone know the name of the artist?
Posted on 22 January 2012 | 2:16 am