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Down Beat (2/98, p.52) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "ONENESS introduces a new Jack DeJohnette quartet with an unusual lineup emphasizing flexibility..."Musician (3/98, p.98) - "...an evocative, sumptuously recorded acoustic suite of originals, which, taken as a whole, forms a seamless stylistic web....the music has an airy, open feeling, emphasizing the dynamic range and melodic nature of percussion, from a whisper to a roar..."70.08755

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Down Beat (p.65) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Jarrett selects repertoire impeccably and paces his sets admirably....Completists will admire the sweet legato lines..."JazzTimes (pp.75-76) - "YESTERDAYS is characterized by extremes of dynamic and emotional range....In Gary Peacock, Keith Jarrett has a rare bassist who can take up the story without breaking the spell."JazzTimes (p.35) - Ranked #14 in JazzTimes' "Top 50 CDs of 2009" -- "YESTERDAYS is characterized by extremes of dynamic and emotional range."Record Collector (magazine) (p.86) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Jarrett's pianistic fluidity, combined with the intuitive accompaniment of Peacock and DeJohnette, results in an album of effortless grace and beauty."41.72551

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Down Beat (p.74) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a kick to hear Gary Peacock and, particularly, Jack DeJohnette switch gears to handle the syncopated rhythm."0.87203

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Down Beat (p.74) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a kick to hear Gary Peacock and, particularly, Jack DeJohnette switch gears to handle the syncopated rhythm."0.87203

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Down Beat (7/96, p.46) - 3.5 Stars - Good/Very Good - "...copious quantities of musically literate, technically diverse, fin de siecle piano jazz....Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette are separate intelligences that come together to imply shifting continuums of time....something riveting on every cut..."0.6540225

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The Wire (p.59) - "Smith's horn playing is spacious and meditative, befitting his Rastafarian beliefs; it's as if he's creating a real-time dub mix of his own lines."Down Beat (p.77) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "A piece named for the quartet's original drummer, Jack DeJohnette, splashes sonic colors, while the opening 'Rosa Parks' builds tension mightily behind Iyer's Rhodes and Jackson's multidimensional drumming."JazzTimes (p.94) - "To say the new lineup is powerful would be a huge understatement. Smith elicits a symphony of sounds from his trumpet....Bassist John Lindberg thumps and plucks so hard that he threatens to pop the woofers."0.436015

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Down Beat (6/95, pp.44-45) - 4 Stars - Very Good - "...Ditmas channels his textural, dynamic and rhythmic ideas into the open-ended improvisational style...he sweats over his kit with a storm-and-stress approach that speaks loud and clear of his commitment to the striking, colorful music played in conjunction with four fellow adventurers..."JazzTimes (5/96, p.106) - "...A set of aggressive, fiercely unstructured music, in which the tunes coalesce and fly apart in front of your eyes..."Option (9-10/95, p.106) - "...Ditmas starts strong and only gets stronger, with a dynamic, polyrhythmic attack suggestive of Elvin Jones or maybe Jack DeJohnette...an outstanding release..."0.436015

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] fascinating compilation that raids the Milestone and Prestige archives...and features some mind-blowing progressive fusion sounds..."0.4189192

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Entertainment Weekly (1/12/96, p.57) - "...Maudlin yet lyrical, reverent yet free spirited, pianist Jarrett at 50 is at the peak of his game, and this trio, with drummer Jack DeJohnette and bassist Gary Peacock, is a unified organism, breathing new life into familiar jazz standards....May well be 1995's finest jazz release." - Rating: A+Down Beat (12/95, p.70) - 5 Stars - Excellent - "...Very rarely has so much transcendent piano trio music from a moment in time been gathered in one place....Jarrett's trio has now achieved a level of intuitive interaction with few precedents in the history of jazz..."Musician (11/95, pp.92-94) - "...sets the standard for standards....It's a gourmet feast--which...is almost an oxymoron. Listen in small doses; it goes down better....Where most bands build their solos on a rhythm groove, Jarrett constructs a melodic groove from which the rhythm grows..."0.3815131

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