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Name:(JazzPlanet) Keith Jarrett Trio Up For It (Ea Flac Cue)(UF)

Total Size: 435.94 MB

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Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette - Up For It.log (Size: 435.94 MB) (Files: 7)

 Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette - Up For It.log

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 Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette - Up For It.flac

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 Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette - Up For It.cue

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Keith Jarrett Trio - Up For It

Title: Up For It
Leader Artist: Keith Jarrett
Genre Jazz Instrumental/
Styles: Bop
Audio CD (5 May 2003)
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Live
Label: ECM 1860
Extractor: EAC 0.99 prebeta 3
Read Mode: Secure with NO C2, accurate stream, disable cache.
Codec: Flac 1.2.1; Level 6
Files: Flac image track, file.Cue, Eac.log
Size Torrent: 435 Mb
Cover Incluse


Track list
1. If I Were A Bell
2. Butch & Butch
3. My Funny Valentine
4. Scrapple From The Apple
5. Someday My Prince Will Come
6. Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West
7. Autumn Leaves/Up For It

Personnel

Keith Jarrett: piano
Gary Peacock: double-bass
Jack DeJohnette: drums

Listen to sample
http://www.cduniverse.com/search/xx/music/pid/5854755/a/Up+For+It.htm

http://www.goear.com/listen.php?v=192a847

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=io1o1Hwpo8Y

review:

Seven jazz standards, with an original tacked on as appendix. That's standard fare for the Keith Jarrett Trio, which has made its mark over the last two decades as a leading interpreter of the jazz canon. In the interval since its inception in 1983, the trio has pumped out 14 records of uniformly high quality, relying on the combined talents of three seasoned veterans: pianist Keith Jarrett, bassist Gary Peacock, and drummer Jack DeJohnette.
So this is the fifteenth. What to say? It's live. It's outstanding. It's a lot like the others.
A note of explanation. Music critics tend to fall victim to a common disease, with the unfortunate misconception that their readers suffer from the same. When you've heard every record a group has ever released—and, alas, that is the case here—you tend to grow cynical. If a new recording doesn't stand out dramatically from the others, it loses its luster. But for someone who isn't quite so jaded, that same disc can be a revelation, a discovery, a road to enchantment. That is also the case here.
The seven standards on Up For It span about ten minutes on average. That space allows the group to expand at length in group and individual improvisation. The place where the trio works its best magic is where all three players interlock in ever-shifting roles. The pianist has a predilection for punchy melodies mixed with rippling runs, keeping a constant eye on the idea of song. (And yes, he "sings" here in his own unique way, fortunately low in the mix.)
And, while on that subject, the sound is outstanding for an outdoor live performance in the rain.
Bassist Gary Peacock shines on Oliver Nelson's "Butch & Butch," whose rapid tempo demands quick responses and places a premium on deliberation. He punches in and out of walking bass lines, regularly rising to the high end to interlock with Jarrett in unpredictable ways. That's the essence of Peacock's contribution, along with a particular sense of rhythm which has an outward regularity but exerts a constant elastic swinging tug.
The trio charges right into Charlie Parker's "Scrapple from the Apple," with its stop- and-start melody, nodding overtly to the pointed energy that defined bebop. As time progresses, they continue to jump forward with a youthful vigor. The full trio goes intercontinental with an extended improvisation around the changes before bass and drum solos. On the latter, Jack DeJohnette's muscular yet articulate phrasing stands in isolation, though he swings like mad throughout the entire recording. The most dramatic feature of Up For It is DeJohnette's playing, which sets it apart from the rest and rewards attention. Especially on the uptempo numbers—about half—he just hits it.
Up For It reveals a barely palpable gap between expectation and reality. That's a good sign. The level of interaction and sheer celebration on this record make it a crisp reminder that standards can be fresh forever.
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Dear friends, unfortunately I do not write well in english. After years of ripping with EAC software came to the conclusion that the best method is to compress lossless Flac single image file. In the folder you download, you'll find the file.Cue the Eac.log file and the file image.Flac. To listen to use software to burn freeware Foobar2000 uses free software called Burrrn you'll find the link http://www.burrrn.net/?page_id=6. Download and install the program Burrrn sect open only the language, open the folder you downloaded and click and drag the file.cue in the Burrrn windows, leave the mouse button, will appear in the window of the program, the list of songs with all the parameters. Insert a CD-R into your burner, click Burrrn key at the end of the burn you'll have a CDDA equal to the original.
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To listen use “foobar2000”, to burn use “Burrrn 1.14 beta2”

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