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The Köln Concert (Live at the Opera, Köln, 1975)

Keith Jarrett

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Keith Jarrett

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Köln, January 24, 1975, Pt. I
00:26:24

Keith Jarrett, Composer, Piano - Manfred Eicher, Producer - Martin Wieland, Recording Engineer

℗ 1975 ECM Records GmbH

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Köln, January 24, 1975, Pt. II A
00:15:01

Keith Jarrett, Composer, Piano - Manfred Eicher, Producer - Martin Wieland, Recording Engineer

℗ 1975 ECM Records GmbH

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Köln, January 24, 1975, Pt. II B
00:19:22

Keith Jarrett, Composer, Piano - Manfred Eicher, Producer - Martin Wieland, Recording Engineer

℗ 1975 ECM Records GmbH

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Köln, January 24, 1975, Pt. II C
00:07:00

Keith Jarrett, Composer, Piano - Manfred Eicher, Producer - Martin Wieland, Recording Engineer

℗ 1975 ECM Records GmbH

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