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Richie Beirach / Dave Holland / Jack DeJohnette - Trust (1996) {Evidence}

Richie Beirach / Dave Holland / Jack DeJohnette - Trust (1996) {Evidence}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

Though Richie Beirach isn't obscure, he isn't as well-known as he should be. A flexible pianist, Beirach can be quite lyrical on standards, although being cerebral and abstract also comes easy to him. One of the more cerebral, unsentimental albums he recorded in the '90s was Trust, a fine post-bop trio date boasting Dave Holland on bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums.
Jack DeJohnette, Ravi Coltrane, Matthew Garrison - In Movement (2016) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Jack DeJohnette, Ravi Coltrane, Matthew Garrison - In Movement (2016)
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On In Movement, veteran drummer Jack DeJohnette's introduces his adventurous, multigenerational new trio. Fifty years ago, as a guest with John Coltrane's group, DeJohnette played with the fathers of his current trio members, saxophonist Ravi Coltrane and bassist Matthew Garrison, son of Jimmy Garrison. In a programme full of references to jazz history, the forward movement of this ensemble is nonetheless unmistakeable.
Jack DeJohnette feat. Bill Frisell - The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers (2006) {Golden Beams}

Jack DeJohnette feat. Bill Frisell - The Elephant Sleeps But Still Remembers (2006) {Golden Beams}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Drummer Jack DeJohnette, now four releases down the road with his Golden Beams label, turns to the archives for this historic live set with Bill Frisell. The guitarist first heard DeJohnette's music as a teenager in the '60s, though it took some time before they would first perform together on Don Byron's Romance with the Unseen (Blue Note, 1999). They embrace a shared musical vision with one ear to the ground, digging the groove, and the other wide open to the possibilities of spontaneous invention in the moment.
World Saxophone Quartet featuring Jack DeJohnette - Selim Sivad: A Tribute to Miles Davis (1998) {Justin Time Records}

World Saxophone Quartet featuring Jack DeJohnette - Selim Sivad: A Tribute to Miles Davis (1998) {Justin Time Records}
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Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Saxophone

While there is a plethora of Miles Davis tribute albums out there, this one is interesting for the basic fact that this horn quartet attempts to evoke his spirit without the use of a trumpet. To add spice, they employ African drums, with kalimba and voice. Selim Sivad: The Music of Miles Davis is the fifteenth album by the jazz group the World Saxophone Quartet and their third on the Canadian Justin Time label. The album features performances by Hamiet Bluiett, John Purcell, Oliver Lake and David Murray, with guests Jack DeJohnette, Chief Bey, Okyerema Asante, and Titos Sompa and is dedicated to Miles Davis.
Jack DeJohnette - Made In Chicago: Live At The Chicago Jazz Festival 2013 (2015)

Jack DeJohnette - Made In Chicago (2015)
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Invited to present a programme of his own choosing in the context of the Chicago Jazz Festival, Jack DeJohnette brought his old colleagues together for a concert at Millennium Park in August 2013, completing the group with the addition of bassist/cellist Larry Gray. This live recording, documenting their first performance as a quintet, was mixed by DeJohnette and Manfred Eicher at New York’s Avatar Studio.
Jack DeJohnette - Special Edition (2012/ 2013) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz] RE-UP

Jack DeJohnette - Special Edition (4CD, ECM 2012 / 2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 169:36 minutes | 3,23 GB
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Special Edition – a band with revolving membership and an incredible cast of soloists including David Murray, Arthur Blythe and Chico Freeman – was one of the most sophisticated vehicles for Jack DeJohnette’s all-around talents. This collection brings together Special Edition, Tin Can Alley, Inflation Blues and Album Album, underscoring the excitement of invention and possibility one can hear in this era of DeJohnette’s career. The recordings reveal him as an artist in touch with tradition even as he sought the cutting edge of the day, paying homage to his jazz heroes yet experimenting with new sounds.
Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette - Changes (1984) {ECM 1276}

Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette - Changes (1984) {ECM 1276}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

Unlike the other two Keith Jarrett trio recordings from January 1983, this collaboration with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette does not feature standards. The trio performs the 30-minute "Flying" and a 6-minute "Prism," both of them Jarrett originals. "Flying," which has several sections, keeps one's interest througout while the more concise "Prism" has a beautiful melody. It is a nice change to hear Jarrett (who normally plays unaccompanied) interacting with a trio of superb players.
Jack DeJohnette / Ravi Coltrane / Matthew Garrison - In Movement (2016) {ECM 2488}

Jack DeJohnette / Ravi Coltrane / Matthew Garrison - In Movement (2016) {ECM 2488}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Jack DeJohnette knows how to turn traditions inside out. He can invest light-touch cymbal playing with the feel of pulsing funk. His freer patterns of blast can sound like some of the most refined avant-percussion you've ever heard. Though while DeJohnette is obviously an original, he's not bent on tearing down all the boundaries between jazz sub-genres. His engagement with various aspects of blues and swing flows from an evident reverence for each specific style. Even when pushing his own creative language to new places, DeJohnette manages to keep the inherited forms in view.

Jack DeJohnette - In Movement (2016)  Music

Posted by tomashass at May 11, 2016
Jack DeJohnette - In Movement (2016)

Jack DeJohnette - In Movement (2016)
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Genre: Jazz | Label: ECM

There is a lot of history concentrated in Jack DeJohnette's adventurous new trio. Fifty years ago, as a guest with John Coltrane's group, Jack DeJohnette played with the fathers of Ravi Coltrane and Matthew Garrison, and the programme of In Movement opens with Coltrane's harrowing and still pertinent elegy "Alabama". Other covers include the classic "Blue In Green" by Miles Davis and Bill Evans (Jack is one of the few musicians to have played in the bands of both men) and "Serpentine Fire", from the songbook of Earth, Wind and Fire, a tribute to Maurice White - who also collaborated with Jack in the early years.

Jack DeJohnette - Have You Heard? (1970) {Sony Japan}  Music

Posted by tiburon at March 28, 2016
Jack DeJohnette - Have You Heard? (1970) {Sony Japan}

Jack DeJohnette - Have You Heard? (1970) {Sony Japan}
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Genre: Jazz, Post Bop

A really wonderful early album from drummer Jack DeJohnette – maybe his most obscure record from the time, and maybe one of his best as well! The album's got a very open, spiritual sort of vibe – out one minute, and more soulful the next – as Jack stretches out on drums with a very cool quartet that includes lots of sweet reeds from Bennie Maupin – who plays tenor, bass clarinet, and flute – plus bass from Gary Peacock, and both acoustic piano and Fender Rhodes from Hideo Ichikawa. Tracks are quite long, and very open – handled with the greater freedoms that Columbia Japan was offering musicians at the time – including Peacock.