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Jazz is like dreams. The improvisations may try to be duplicated but never quite stay the same. Like a recurring jazz song recurring dreams may surprise us with unexpected new elements appearing and familiar sounds bending into something that we vaguely recall from another time, another place, another dream. A dream comes in themes and variations. The song may be new or old, but it's a song that we can claim with our own interpretation.
"J" is for jazz. "J" is for Jarrett--Keith Jarrett, long one of the kings of jazz. It's the kind of music that you can listen to and seem to remember even though you've never heard it before. Listen to Jarrett's "Koln Concert" album late one night when you're alone. It's like an old friend has dropped in to visit until the wee hours talking about old times and warm feelings.
Keith Jarrett. A bit of classical, folk, and pop jazzed up just right to make a dream music experience.