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Gary Peacock, Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnetteTales Of Another

Label:ECM Records – ECM 1101, ECM Records – 2301 101
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
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Genre:Jazz
Style:Contemporary Jazz

Tracklist

A1Vignette7:02
A2Tone Field7:55
A3Major Major8:54
B1Trilogy I8:31
B2Trilogy II9:42
B3Trilogy III6:20
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Notes

Recorded February 1977
at Generation Sounds Studios, New York

An ECM Production
℗ 1977 ECM Records GmbH

ECM Records Gleichmannstr. 10 München 60
Printed in W.Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 2516
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A side run-out, stamped): 2301 101=2 S1 320 1 D >
  • Matrix / Runout (B side run-out, stamped): 2301 101 S2 320 0

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Tales Of Another (LP, Album)ECM Records, Trio Records, ECM RecordsPAP-9078, 8PAP-9076, ECM 1101Japan1977
Tales Of Another (LP, Album)ECM Records, ECM RecordsECM-1-1101, 2310 558US1977
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Tales Of Another (LP, Album, Promo)ECM Records, ECM RecordsECM-1-1101, 2301 558US1977
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Tales Of Another (LP, Album)ECM RecordsECM-1-1101US1977
Tales Of Another (LP, Album, Promo)ECM Records, ECM RecordsECM 1101, 2301 101Germany1977

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  • jwimda_'s avatar
    jwimda_
    God damn it, keith just shut up please. Are you mad?
    • DrSmyslov's avatar
      DrSmyslov
      This is a potentially great album, ruined by Jarrett. Incredibly arrogant and disrespectful to the other players.
      • belstone's avatar
        belstone
        Edited 2 years ago
        Keith Jarrett is Jazz's biggest disappointment. So much great music ruined by the idiotic noise that comes out of his mouth while he plays.
        Listening to Keith Jarrett is like dining in a fine French restaurant and when the main course is served the chef personally delivers the meal to your table, then as he leaves he farts and the smell lingers while you eat.
        Thank God for Bill Evans, Herbie Hancock, Thelonious Monk, Andrew Hill, Paul Bley, Bobo Stenson, Brad Mehldau and every other jazz pianist except Keith Jarrett.
        • jamesjazzy's avatar
          jamesjazzy
          Edited 3 years ago
          The song "Vignette" on this album ranks in my Top 5 of all time songs out 34,000+ that I own (I'm not biased I do not have the album for sale). Could possibly be the number one song in the history of the Jazz world (my opinion only). What a haunting melody.

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