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Standards in Norway (Live)

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01
All of You (Live)
8:16  
02
Little Girl Blue (Live)
6:43  
03
Just in Time (Live)
11:05  
04
Old Folks (Live)
10:42  
05
Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (Live)
7:26  
06
Dedicated to You (Live)
12:19  
07
I Hear a Rhapsody (Live)
10:57  
08
How About You? (Live)
5:55  
Album Information
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 73:23

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Norway is the best

jahstimpey

Standards in Norway could probably be the best live recording of this wonderful trio. "Still Live" is a close second. It's the atmosphere that seems to do it. Great peace, cool interplay, a lot of space. All of You, though not a ballad per se, is superbly soft and dancing.

They Say All Music Guide

Keith Jarrett has recorded quite a few albums with his “Standards Trio,” which also features bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette, and virtually all of their releases are enjoyable. The music that they create is in some ways an update of the type of interplay that took place between Bill Evans and his sidemen, where all three musicians often act as equals (although Jarrett, like Evans, has most of the solo space). An uptempo “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing” is a surprising highpoint of this disc but also quite memorable are “All of You,” “Old Folks” and “How About You?”; none of the eight performances from the concert appearance are throwaways. Jarrett’s vocal sounds are more restrained than usual while his piano playing is in peak form. – Scott Yanow

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