Now in its 30th year, the Keith Jarrett Trio is widely considered, as the NY Times recently remarked, to have set the gold standard for jazz groups, and this sparkling concert recording from 2009 is issued to mark that milestone anniversary.
The “Somewhere” in which the ‘Standards’ trio find themselves is Lucerne, Switzerland, with a performance both exploratory and in-the-tradition. The Neue Zurcher 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’s “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”.
2nd Law, The (Limited Edition Deluxe Box Set)
Limited edition 12 x 12" box set featuring a thermal reactive, colour changing lid which uses printed liquid crystal ink, plus box set only artwork. The box set contains a CD/DVD format of The 2nd Law housed in a special 7" sized 24 page bookpack featuring artwork exclusive to the box set. The box set also contains 2 heavyweight vinyl records housed in individual sleeves with bespoke artwork, 3 art prints featuring the album artwork, a box set only illustration and a brand new band photograph. Energy. The Beach Boys. Twelve-bar blues. The Eighties. Dizziness. Stockbrokers. Thermodynamics. The Olympianideal. Fred Goodwin. Excess. INXS. Beck's dad. Bellamy's son. Muse didn't set out to make the most gloriously ambitious album of their career. How could they have? The band who dreamt up Supermassive Black Hole, Knights Of Cydonia and the three-part Exogenesis symphony were already well-versed in going One Louder. Any wilder, any further out there, and Muse would risk incineration by a dwa
Demolished Thoughts burnishes Thurston's rep as a classic songwriter in ways that might surprise you. While there are more than a few tonal similarities to some of your favourite Moore compositions from the past, the execution this time is nothing short of staggering. Mary Lattimore (JARVIS COCKER, KURT VILE) plays harp, and Samara Lubielski (MV & EE, WHITE MAGIC) contributes some gorgeous violin playing and Beck plays a variety of instruments.
Take that are back with the Progressed Re-pack featuring 8 brand new tracks! The biggest selling UK album of the century has at last been repackaged with a whopping 8 brand new tracks, including the brand new single 'Love Love'.