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Keith Jarrett - Belonging
Recorded 1974. Keith Jarrett's biographer, Ian Carr,
refers to Belonging
as "one of the greatest quartet recordings in jazz because everything about it is
superlative: the compositions, the free-flowing interplay, the level of inspiration and
the brilliantly focused improvising of all four musicians". Jarrett's slower
compositions, "Blossom" and the beautiful two-minute title track, verge on
sound-poetry; his up-tempo pieces are jaunty and often irresistibly joyous. The album as a
whole is a faultless vindication of Jarrett's reputation for producing complex and subtle
but wholly accessible music, delightful to jazz specialists and casual listeners alike.
The quintessential European-quartet Jarrett recording, it not only gave its name to this
particular band but set new standards for quartet jazz.
Thom Jones - The Pugilist at Rest: Stories
Plot, prose, philosophy, sentiment: Thom Jones writes
intelligently, universally and boldly.
Peter Jennkins, Tod Brewster - The Century
For the Love
of the Game: My Story by Michael Jordan
Henry James - The Wings of
Wings of the Dove is a classic example of Henry James's morality
tales that play off the naiveté of an American protagonist abroad. In early-20th-century
London, Kate Croy and Merton Densher are engaged in a passionate, clandestine love affair.
Croy is desperately in love with Densher, who has all the qualities of a potentially
excellent husband: he's handsome, witty, and idealistic--the one thing he lacks is money,
which ultimately renders him unsuitable as a mate.
- B.S. JOHNSON:
Christie Malry's Own Double-Entry
Six Numbers: The Deep Forces that Shape the Universe by Martin J. Rees
An Introduction to the Language of James Joyce by
- Jack: Straight from the Gut by Jack Welsh
Norman Jewison's screen adaptation of the Andrew
Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice "rock opera," which was a smash on stage in the
Carl Anderson as Judas who gives the best performance in the
film. Wonderful songs, suggestive images.
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