sexta-feira, maio 28, 2004

n'Os Dias Silenciosos

Every pot-smoking and dazed and confused college kid -- and a few of the more sophisticated ones in high school -- owned this as one of the truly classic jazz records, along with Bitches Brew, Kind of Blue, Take Five, A Love Supreme, and something by Grover Washington Jr. Such is cultural miscegenation.

Jarrett's intimate meditation on the inner workings of not only his pianism, but also the instrument itself and the nature of sound and how it stacks up against silence, involved listeners in its search for beauty, truth, and meaning.
The concert swings with liberation from cynicism or the need to prove anything to anyone ever again.

Thom Jurek,
All Music Guide

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