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Where Can I Go Without You - Keith Jarrett / Charlie Haden - Jasmine (CD, Album)

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  1. Release Info. Jasmine marks Keith Jarrett's first recorded collaboration in decades other than with his standards trio, and reunites him with the great bassist Charlie Haden, a .
  2. Jasmine will probably have its place between the remarkable " The Melody at Night with You" by Jarrett and the excellent " Beyond the Missouri Sky" by Pat Metheny and Charlie Haden. Recommended if you prefer the more conventional and heartening jazz side of Keith Jarrett/5().
  3. 7. Where Can I Go Without You 8. Every Time We Say Goodbye 9. Goodbye Keith Jarrett - Piano Charlie Haden - Double bass As this review was being completed, it was announced that Charlie Haden had died, at the age of It is sad to think that this singular talent will no longer be around.
  4. Jasmine is a duet album by American pianist Keith Jarrett and bassist Charlie Haden. It was released on 12 May The album was recorded in at Jarrett's home studio in Oxford Township, New Jersey during the recording of a documentary about Haden. Track listing. For All We Know" (J. Fred Coots, Sam M. Lewis) – Genre: Jazz.
  5. May 07,  · Jasmine is a duet album by American pianist Keith Jarrett and bassist Charlie Haden. It was released on 12 May The album was recorded in at Jarrett's home studio in Oxford Township, New Jersey during the recording of a documentary about Haden.5/5(2).
  6. Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden Jasmine Review. Album. Released It is the first time Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden have recorded as a piano-bass duo, coming a third of a century after.
  7. Alternate takes of Jasmine tracks ‘Where Can I Go Without You’ and ‘Goodbye’ also feature.” The album is already listed on Amazon with a release date of June 17, Update (May 4, ). Added album cover. Thanks to Håvard! Update (May 16, ).
  8. Jun 13,  · Keith Jarrett and Charlie Haden's follow-up to ’s Jasmine features nine additional songs from recording sessions in Jarrett’s home studio in Last Dance is as lovely as its counterpart (and the musicians’ earlier work); it features a number of previously unreleased tunes as well as an alternate version of “Where Can I Go Without You” and a slightly slower take on “Goodbye.".
  9. May 07,  · Pianist Keith Jarrett writes about the concept of beauty in the liner notes to his collaboration with bassist Charlie Haden, and it’s an apt description of this deeply soulful and intuitive album, released in

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