World of Jazz 406

  1. Gary Peacock “Eastward” from Eastward (CBS/Sony) 00:00
  2. Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette “Endless” from Changeless (ECM) 14:55
  3. Marc Copland “Modinha” from Mondinha (Pirouet) 30:17
  4. Paul Bley “Set Up Set” from Not Two, Not One (ECM) 38:44
  5. Keith Jarrett Trio “Bouncing With Bud” from Whisper Not (ECM) 45:14
  6. Keith Jarrett Trio “Conception” from Whisper Not (ECM) 52:15
  7. Paul Bley “Ending” from Ballads (ECM) 1:00:37
  8. Marc Copland “Softly As In Morning Sunrise” from Softly (Savoy) 1:18:24
  9. Paul Bley & Gary Peacock “Latin Genetics” from Partners (Owl) 1:25:43
  10. Gary Peacock “Voice from the Past” from Voice from the Past – Paradigm (ECM) 1:31:12
  11. Keith Jarrett Trio “For Miles” from Bye Bye Blackbird (ECM) 1:43:08

  • This show is a tribute to the great double bassist Gary Peacock who passed in September this year. With a remarkable career Gary’s legacy is a discography featuring some of the key moments in jazz history. The list of musicians he has played with is impressive but I’ve focused on his ground breaking work with Keith Jarrett, Marc Copland and Paul Bley for this show. But we’ll kick off with a track from Gary’s debut solo album Eastward.

  • HOUR ONE
  • Gary Peacock “Eastward” from Eastward (CBS/Sony)
  • Gary Peacock and the title track from the 1970 studio album Eastward. Featuring drummer Hiroshi Murakami and pianist Masabumi Kikuchi the album was recorded in Tokyo and released on CBS Sony. Next up the group that dominated 30 years of Peacocks career – the Standards Trio with Keith Jarrett and Jack De Johnette
  • Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock & Jack DeJohnette “Endless” from Changeless (ECM)
  • a live album by American pianist Keith Jarrett’s “Standards Trio” featuring Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette recorded in concert 11 October 1987 at the  Convention Center, Dallas, TX, USA
  • The album is Changeless on ECM and that was a Jarrett composition called Endless.
  • As well as Jarrett Peacock is known for his work with two other pianist the first is Marc Copland
  • Marc Copland “Modinha” from Mondinha (Pirouet)
  • Recorded 11th & 12th March 2006 at Bennett Studio, New Jersey that was the trio of Marc Copland – Piano and Bill Stewart drums with Gary Peacock. Released on Pirouet Records that was the title track Modinha.
  • The other pianist that Peacock worked with was Paul Bley – here’s track from the Not Two, Not One album
  • Paul Bley “Set Up Set” from Not Two, Not One (ECM)
  • 1998 Bley, Peacock, Motian
  • Keith Jarrett Trio “Bouncing with Bud/Conception” from Whisper Not (ECM)
  • A couple of Bop classics Bouncing with Bud and Conceptions from live album by American pianist Keith Jarrett’s “Standards Trio” featuring Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette recorded in concert in July 1999 at the Palais Des Congrès in Paris, France and released by ECM Records in October 2000.
  • You are listening to World of Jazz with Bob Osborne on taintradio and a tribute to the great Gary Peacock we kick off hour two with
  • HOUR TWO
  • Paul Bley “Ending” from Ballads (ECM)
  • Annette Peacock compositions
  • Barry Altschul – Drums
  • Recorded  July 28, 1967  released 1971
  • GP only on this track – other tracks featured Mark Levinson
  • Marc Copland “Softly As In Morning Sunrise” from Softly (Savoy)
  • Joe Lovano, Tim Hagans, Bill Stewart
  • 1998
  • Paul Bley & Gary Peacock “Latin Genetics” from Partners (Owl)
  •  recorded in New York in 1989 and released on the French Owl label in 1991
  • Ornette Coleman track
  • Gary Peacock “Voice from the Past” from Voice from the Past – Paradigm (ECM)
  • Gary Peacock — bass
  • Jan Garbarek — tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
  • Tomasz Stańko — trumpet
  • Jack DeJohnette — drums
  • 1982
  • Keith Jarrett Trio “For Miles” from Bye Bye Blackbird (ECM)
  • studio album by Keith Jarrett’s “Standards Trio” recorded in October 1991 as a tribute to Miles Davis, who had died two weeks earlier. After their debut album Standards in 1983, this would be the first and last time that the Standards Trio recorded in a studio. It was released by ECM Records in April 1993. As in other works by the Keith Jarrett Trio, this is an album mostly consisting of jazz standards. There are, however, two tracks written (or improvised) by the trio for the occasion, as a homage to Davis one of which is “For Miles”

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