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Jazz - Verschenen op 22 oktober 2002 | ECM
In the XL discography of the Jarrett/Peacock/DeJohnette trio, Always Let Me Go is among the albums comprised of original compositions. After Changes (1983), Changeless (1987) and Inside Out (2000), here is the fourth disc that the three Americans penned in complete freedom. Twenty years after the start of their partnership, their harmony is such that the improvisations they offer here lean on a complete complicity and mutual listening. Recorded live in April 2001 in Tokyo, Always Let Me Go offers rhythms from DeJohnette and Peacock that are more agile and feline than ever before. It’s a tandem that had become one with the melodic (or not) motifs that develops Jarrett. Motifs and non-stop bifurcations—we go from the most swinging jazz to the freest improvised music in the blink of an eye—like on the 32 minutes of Hearts In Space, the completely captivating (but demanding) theme that opens the disc. More than 135 minutes of intense music, often intellectual, and always looking forward. © CM/Qobuz
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