Keith Jarrett – Gary Peacock

Twentieth anniversary celebration by universally popular jazz trio

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There’s nothing quite like a life-threatening illness to refocus a person’s vision. Post-ME, pianist Keith Jarrett (together with Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette) exudes a joyous attitude not always evident in the ‘standards’ trio’s past performances.

Recorded at last year’s Antibes Jazz Festival during appalling weather conditions, spirited romps through “Scrapple For The Apple” and “Autumn Leaves”/”Up For It”, plus a poignantly thoughtful “My Funny Valentine” mark this out as a complete triumph in the face of all manner of adversity.

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