Keith Jarrett – Mysteries (1976/2015) [HDTracks 24bit/192kHz]

Keith Jarrett – Mysteries (1976/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz  | Time – 00:42:16 minutes | 1,6 GB | Genre: Jazz
Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks | © Impulse! Records , The Verve Music Group
Recorded: Generation Sound, NYC, December 1975

Mysteries was originally released in 1976 and features performances by Keith Jarrett’s ‘American Quartet’. It was produced by Esmond Edwards and recorded at Generation Sound Studios in New York City.

Another in Impulse’s extensive series of Keith Jarrett Quintet recordings, this CD isn’t one of the more coherent products of the run. It opens on a faltering note with the hopelessly diffuse and rambling “Rotation,” and “Everything That Lives Laments” doesn’t really get going until a lyrical Vince Guaraldi-like statement from Jarrett sets the track in motion. “Flame” is certainly novel, with Jarrett on Pakistani flute and Dewey Redman on Chinese musette, which combined with the percussion makes for a diverting India/Third World jam. The Coltrane-ish 15-minute title track has passages of meditative beauty and others of listless torpor. For completists only. -Richard S. Ginell

1 Rotation 11:01
2 Everything That Lives Laments 10:04
3 Flame 06:09
4 Mysteries 15:02

Keith Jarrett – piano, flute, percussion
Dewey Redman – tenor saxophone, musette, percussion
Charlie Haden – double bass
Paul Motian – drums, percussion
Guilherme Franco – percussion



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