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Albums by Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette

1
Deep Space / Solar Deep Space / Solar 15:06    
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Track length:15:06
Artist: Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette
Performer: Jack DeJohnette
Gary Peacock
Keith Jarrett
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Prestige Music
Cavelight Music
Composer: Miles Davis
Keith Jarrett
ISRC: DEB330920051
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Stars Fell On Alabama Stars Fell On Alabama 7:27    
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Track length:7:27
Artist: Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette
Performer: Jack DeJohnette
Gary Peacock
Keith Jarrett
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: EMI Mills Music Inc.
Composer: Frank Perkins
ISRC: DEB330920052
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Between Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Between Devil and the Deep Blue Sea 10:03    
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Track length:10:03
Artist: Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette
Performer: Jack DeJohnette
Gary Peacock
Keith Jarrett
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Ted Koehler Music Co.
S.A. Music Co
Composer: Harold Arlen
ISRC: DEB330920053
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Somewhere / Everywhere Somewhere / Everywhere 19:37    
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Track length:19:37
Artist: Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette
Performer: Jack DeJohnette
Gary Peacock
Keith Jarrett
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Co.
Cavelight Music
Composer: Leonard Bernstein
Keith Jarrett
ISRC: DEB330920054
5
Tonight Tonight 6:49    
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Track length:6:49
Artist: Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette
Performer: Jack DeJohnette
Gary Peacock
Keith Jarrett
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Co.
Composer: Leonard Bernstein
ISRC: DEB330920055
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I Thought About You I Thought About You 6:29    
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Track length:6:29
Artist: Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette
Performer: Jack DeJohnette
Gary Peacock
Keith Jarrett
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: WB Music Corp.
Silver Seahorse Music LLC
Range Road Music Inc.
Jerry Leiber Music
Composer: Jimmy Van Heusen
ISRC: DEB330920056

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

Recorded July 2009

The “Somewhere” in which the ‘Standards’ trio find themselves is Lucerne, Switzerland with a performance both exploratory and in-the-tradition. The Neue Zürcher Zeitung headlined its review of the show “kontrollierte Ekstase” – controlled ecstasy – an apt metaphor for a set that begins in improvisational “Deep Space” modulates into Miles Davis’ “Solar”, soars through the standards “Stars Fell On Alabama” and “Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea” and climaxes with an extended romp through West Side Story, as Bernstein’s “Somewhere” and “Tonight” are bridged by the freely associative Jarrett original “Everywhere”.