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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 - 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.
Jack DeJohnette - Parallel Realities (1990) {MCA} [Re-Up]

Jack DeJohnette - Parallel Realities (1990) {MCA}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

This 1990 release is one of DeJohnette's finest. A trio recording, PARALLEL REALITIES showcases the talents of Herbie Hancock and Pat Metheny, as well as the highly acclaimed drummer. All three of these players should require no formal introduction to jazz aficionados. However, first time listeners will be impressed by the playing ability of these three jazz icons.
John Surman & Jack DeJohnette - Invisible Nature (2002) {ECM 1796}

John Surman & Jack DeJohnette - Invisible Nature (2002) {ECM 1796}
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Genre: Avant-Garde Jazz

John Surman (on baritone and soprano saxophones, bass clarinet, and synthesizers) and Jack DeJohnette (playing drums, electronic percussion, and piano) make for a very intriguing duo on these seven originals taken from a pair of live concerts. Other than "Song for World Forgiveness" (a ballad mostly by DeJohnette), the music is primarily freely improvised yet manages to be melodic, diverse, and logical. The performances are atmospheric, with both players utilizing electronics in spots while retaining their own musical personalities. Surman has long been a very flexible and mostly laid-back player, while DeJohnette also has the ability to fit in almost anywhere. Rather than individual melodies or solos, this CD is most notable for its overall feel and the blend between these two unique musicians.
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 - New Directions (1978) {ECM 1128}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 4, 2015
Jack DeJohnette - New Directions (1978) {ECM 1128}

Jack DeJohnette - New Directions (1978) {ECM 1128}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion

This album was indeed a new direction for drummer Jack DeJohnette, by then an ECM mainstay who with this effort flirted with the free-flowing atmospheres then characteristic of the label’s popular European projects. John Abercrombie—another household name whose amplified strings do wonders for DeJohnette’s impulses—forms, along with Chick Corea veteran Eddie Gomez on bass, a triangular foundation upon which trumpeter Lester Bowie—the album’s shining star—builds his towering sentimentalism.

Jack DeJohnette - New Directions In Europe (1980) {ECM 1157}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 3, 2015
Jack DeJohnette - New Directions In Europe (1980) {ECM 1157}

Jack DeJohnette - New Directions In Europe (1980) {ECM 1157}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion

Drummer Jack DeJohnette's New Directions tended to promise much more than it delivered. The quartet (comprised of the leader on drums and piano, trumpeter Lester Bowie, guitarist John Abercrombie and bassist Eddie Gomez) was certainly full of talent, even if their performances often rambled before finding purpose. This live set has four lengthy pieces, three of which are DeJohnette originals (including "Where or Wayne") and a free improvisation by the band.
Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette - Tokyo '96 (1998) {ECM 1666}

Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette - Tokyo '96 (1998) {ECM 1666}
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Jazz / Post Bop / Piano

Recorded in Tokyo's Orchard Hall before Japanese royalty and a packed house – and released two years later while Keith Jarrett was out of action suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome – the standards trio lives up to its formidable track record of consistency and then some. Jarrett and perennial cohorts Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette are, if anything, even sharper, swinging harder and more attuned to each other than ever.