It's called: Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette  Just heard them at the Munich Philharmonie on July, 9th, celebrating the 70th B-Day of their long-term ECM producer, Manfred Eicher. The evening was recorded, so one should be able to buy a CD someday. This was the setlist: July 9, 2013 - Munich - Gasteig
1) You Go to My Head
2) Little Man You Had A Big Day
3) Is It Really The Same (Keith Jarrett)
4) It Never Entered My Mind
6) I Thought About You
7) Things Ain't What They Used To Be (Duke Ellington)
8) Answer Me My Love
9) When Will The Blues Leave
10) When I Fall In Love
11) Straight No Chaser (Thelonius Monk)
Despite being often referred to as "Keith Jarrett Trio", on most CDs the artist name is "Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette". Please vote Keith Jarrett Trio > Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette.
Their concert today in the KKL Lucerne was amazing. I think it'll be hard for me to get to hear such an amazing thing ever again... And after all I think Keith Jarrett trio is a quite accurate name, because without Keith Jarrett's amazing piano playing... the main part would be missing imho... even if I really did like Peacock's and DeJohnette's playing too!
After all it's just a name, and the most important thing is what they show on stage, isn't it? And that was breathtaking and fascinating... Hats off to Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack Dejohnette!
i don't think so, look: [url=http://img11.nnm.ru/imagez/gallery/1/1/d/0/9/11d09acb3c0eb9461893850cc1f98c09_full.jpg]front cover[/url] and [url=http://img11.nnm.ru/imagez/gallery/e/a/6/a/f/ea6afb762eae0e0b8301fd686c59e594_full.jpg]back cover[/url]
Shouldn't it be tagged as Keith Jarrett Gary Peacock, Jack Dejohnette (http://www.lastfm.fr/music/Keith+Jarrett%2C+Gary+Peacock%2C+Jack+DeJohnette) as it appears on album jackets, rather than Jarrett trio?