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Jack DeJohnette - Special Edition (4CD, ECM 2012/2013) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz]

Jack DeJohnette - Special Edition (2012/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 169:36 minutes | 3,23 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

"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.

Jack DeJohnette - Piano Album (1985) {Landmark} [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 3, 2014
Jack DeJohnette - Piano Album (1985) {Landmark} [Re-Up]

Jack DeJohnette - Piano Album (1985) {Landmark}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 6 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 228MB + 5% Recovery
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Genre: Straight-Ahead Jazz, Post-Bop

This album was a surprise when it was released for it features drummer Jack DeJohnette exclusively on piano and synthesizer in a trio with bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Freddie Waits. DeJohnette on a couple of the tunes was among the very first pianists to really capture the sound of Thelonious Monk. Other selections are more in his own style and he displays a strong technique that does not sound like the work of a drummer who is moonlighting.

Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition - Earth Walk (1991)  Music

Posted by tiburon at Sept. 29, 2012
Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition - Earth Walk (1991)

Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition - Earth Walk (1991)
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MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 172MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Fusion, Post-Bop

The final version of drummer/composer Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition bands sports a unique sound, on the verge of M-Base, and artfully driven due to saxophonists Greg Osby and Gary Thomas. Their tart sweet sounds are as much a part of the identity of this group as anything, and DeJohnette adds his own personal brand of funk and swing to the proceeding, making for an exciting and vital original music. Bassist Lonnie Plaxico, straight off the bandstand with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, keeps things briskly moving along, while Michael Cain plays a lot of acoustic piano, and some modified electric keyboards, to further separate this Special Edition from the others.
Anouar Brahem, Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette, Django Bates - Live from the Philharmonie de Paris (2018) HDTV, 1080i]

Anouar Brahem, Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette, Django Bates - Live from the Philharmonie de Paris (2018)
TS: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1920x1080 25fps | MPEG 2ch, 320kbps
Jazz | 01:44:37 | ~ 22.67 Gb

For more than 25 years, Anouar Brahem has taken his oud all over far off lands. A melodic impressionist and a for ever inspired improvisor, the Tunisian musician has above all toppled the barriers which separate genres…

Jack DeJohnette - Pictures (1977)  Music

Posted by Designol at April 10, 2018
Jack DeJohnette - Pictures (1977)

Jack DeJohnette - Pictures (1977)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 183 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 95 Mb | Scans included
Contemporary Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion | Label: ECM | # ECM 1079, 519 284-2 | 00:37:36

Pictures (1977) is an intriguing offshoot of drummer Jack DeJohnette's work with guitarist John Abercrombie in the Gateway Trio and other groups. A series of lightly colored aural collages that also feature DeJohnette on organ and piano with Abercrombie playing electric and acoustic, it conjures spare, plaintive moods without ever seeming static or New Age-y. The styles vary, ranging from Spanish folk to lyrical fusion to splintered string effects reminiscent of experimental British guitar great Derek Bailey. DeJohnette, who has recorded on the piano in a more straightforward context to less satisfying effect, succeeds in making us see as well as hear his compositions.
Eugene Pao / Marc Johnson / Jack DeJohnette - This Window (1999) {SME}

Eugene Pao / Marc Johnson / Jack DeJohnette - This Window (1999) {SME}
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MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 169MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Fusion

This is a great album, with some great ballads, bebop, Latin and Eugene's unique fusion style. He is a world talent, and certainly the most respected to come out of Hong-Kong. I've been fortunate to see him play live many times, and never been disappointed. Here though some of his best his brought out of him, playing with truly world class musicians.
Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette - After The Fall (2018)

Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette - After The Fall (2018)
WEB FLAC (Tracks) 494 MB | Cover | 01:45:39 | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 247 MB
Jazz | Label: ECM

In the course of its 30-year lifespan the trio of Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette the group colloquially known as "the Standards trio" made many outstanding recordings. And After The Fall, overflowing with sparkling playing and dynamic interaction, must rank with the very best of them.
Jack DeJohnette - Extra Special Edition (1994) {Blue Note Records CDP 7243 8 30494 2 4}

Jack DeJohnette - Extra Special Edition (1994) {Blue Note Records CDP 7243 8 30494 2 4}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 401 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 164 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 13 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1994 Blue Note Records | CDP 7243 8 30494 2 4
Jazz / Post Bop / Drums

The addition of Bobby McFerrin to drummer Jack DeJohnette's group should have been a definite plus; the singer can do so much with his voice, from substituting for a string bass to using his falsetto like a horn. This program of mostly originals, however, not only lacks more than one or two strong melodies, but also fails to have real development, particularly on the selections that include McFerrin. Performances often start in what could just as well be the middle and end inconclusively, with many of the pieces being little more than funky riffs for the rhythm section. Despite a few strong moments (mostly from pianist Michael Cain), only "Seventh D" and "Summertime" (both instrumentals) are worth hearing a second time.
Jack DeJohnette / John Patitucci / Danilo Perez - Music We Are (2009) [Re-Up]

Jack DeJohnette / John Patitucci / Danilo Perez - Music We Are (2009)
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Genre: Jazz

Music We Are may appear, on the surface, to be yet another in a long line of piano trio records released every year—not that there's anything wrong with that—but in the hands of DeJohnette, pianist Danilo Perez and bassist John Patitucci, the music not only transcends the expectations of the format, but stretches the boundaries of music, plain and simple. Eclectic and esoteric, it's an album that celebrates the cross-pollination of music from the earth's four corners while revering the jazz tradition that permits music to be made on such fertile ground, with abstract classicism, tinges of Gamelan and folkloric innocence intersecting and driving the music to unexpected and joyous places.
Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette - Whisper Not (2000) {ECM 1724/25} [Re-Up]

Keith Jarrett / Gary Peacock / Jack DeJohnette - Whisper Not (2000) {ECM 1724/25}
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Genre: Jazz

For Keith Jarrett, this extremely satisfying concert with the Standards Trio on two CDs is a personal landmark, the first for-the-record sign that he had recovered from the chronic fatigue syndrome that laid him low for three years in the late 1990s. Indeed, by the time this Paris gig took place, he had come all the way back — his technical facilities intact (a handful of smeared notes aside), his inventiveness bubbling over. Old cohorts Gary Peacock (bass) and Jack DeJohnette (drums) are back, too, regenerating their propulsive, swinging, collective E.S.P. at will.