Jazz Is: 42 – “The Cure”

by A. Jay Adler on August 24, 2012
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Feeling low, in despair, beset by the boorish and the brutish? There’s a cure for that. Back in May, Julia and I, along with jazz rabbi Charlie K, dropped in on Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, and Jack DeJohnette at the Catlalina Bar & Grill in Los Angeles. The new trio’s tour was billed as a celebration of DeJohnette’s approaching 70th birthday. Here is what Don Heckman had to say. Brilliant.

A little more retiring, but subtle and rich, DeJohnette plays here with longtime collaborators Keith Jarrett and Gary Peacock, all three providing “The Cure.”

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charlie k August 24, 2012 at 10:41 am

yessir Professa!!!!!!!! jazz is the Cure for what ails ya! some good stuff comin up, too…is you back?

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