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Keith Jarrett - Restoration Ruin album

Keith Jarrett - Restoration Ruin album Performer: Keith Jarrett
Title: Restoration Ruin
Style: Jazz-Rock
Date of release: 1968
Country: US
Size MP3: 1400 mb
Size FLAC: 1347 mb
Rating: 4.1

The album and its folk rock attitude remain unique in his whole catalogue - though, it can be seen as the first part of his experimental circle which is neither jazz nor classical music.

Keith Jarrett ‎– Restoration Ruin. Label: Vortex Records (2) ‎– WPCR-15116. Label: EastWest Japan ‎– Amcy-6027, Atlantic ‎– Amcy-6027, Vortex Records (2) ‎– Amcy-6027. Drums – Keith Jarrett (tracks: 2, 10). Ensemble – Unknown Artist (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9). Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Keith Jarrett. Harmonica – Keith Jarrett (tracks: 2, 6, 8). Liner Notes – Takao Ogawa. Organ – Keith Jarrett (tracks: 10). Percussion – Keith Jarrett (tracks: 7). Piano – Keith Jarrett (tracks: 2, 6). Producer – George Avakian.

Tracklist: 1. Restoration Ruin, 2. All Right, 3. For You And Me, 4. Have A Real Time, 5. Sioux City Sue New, 6. You’re Fortunate, 7. Fire And Rain, 8. Now He Knows Better, 9. Wonders, 10. Where Are You Going? . More albums from Keith Jarrett: Solo Concerts: Bremen, Lausanne by Keith Jarrett. Creation by Keith Jarrett. A Multitude Of Angels by Keith Jarrett. Lousadzak (Dawn Of Light), Op. 48 (1945) For Piano And Orchestra, Symphony No. 2, O. 32 (Mysterious Mountain) by Keith Jarrett. El Juicio (The Judgement) by Keith Jarrett. Spheres by Keith Jarrett. Invocations, The Moth And The Flame by Keith Jarrett. Hymns Spheres by Keith Jarrett. View all albums . Restoration Ruin.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Keith Jarrett - Restoration Ruin. Photo of Keith Jarrett - Restoration Ruin. More albums of Keith Jarrett: Foundations - The Keith Jarrett Anthology. Genre is Jazz Rock Folk, World, & Country. This album was released on the label Vortex (catalog number 2008) Warner Music Japan (catalog number WPCR-15116). This album was released in 2013 year.

Restoration Ruin, a weird Keith Jarrett album by any measure, was reissued on a single-disc CD in 1999 that made it seem yet weirder by pairing it, incongruously, with a respected, all-out early-'70s avant-garde jazz album by the Art Ensemble of Chicago, Bap-Tizum (recorded live in 1972 at the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival). Restoration Ruin is a real oddity in the Jarrett catalog: a vocal album on which he plays all the instruments

Artist: Keith Jarrett Title Of Album: Restoration Ruin Year Of Release: 1968 (Japan Remaster 2013) Label: Warner Music Japan, Vortex WPCR-15116 Genre: Jazz Fusion, Folk, Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 01. Restoration Ruin 02. All Right 03. For You And Me 04. Have A Real Time 05. Sioux City Sue New 06. You're Fortunate 07. Fire And Rain 08.

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Restoration Ruin 2:20
All Right 2:47
For You And Me 2:40
Have A Real Time 2:51
Sioux City Sue New 2:50
You're Fortunate 2:21
Fire And Rain 2:50
Now He Knows Better 2:58
Wonders 4:02
Where Are You Going? 3:53


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2008 Keith Jarrett Restoration Ruin ‎(LP, Album) Vortex Records 2008 US 1968
2008 Keith Jarrett Restoration Ruin ‎(LP, Promo) Vortex Records 2008 US 1968
AMCY-6027 Keith Jarrett Restoration Ruin ‎(CD, Album, RE) EastWest Japan, Atlantic, Vortex Records AMCY-6027 Japan 1999
WPCR-15116 Keith Jarrett Restoration Ruin ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Vortex Records WPCR-15116 Japan 2013

User reviews
We often hear him humming ..here you will be surprise hear him sing fully 10 song .Briliant, one man solo for all instrument take . A suprising and interesting album for Keith Jarrett fans. The most impressive contemporary statement by a most contemporary and impressive talent . Off-Beat ! There has never been another album like this. Ever
One of the most obscure albums in his career. It's got Jarrett playing all the instruments and singing! Bizarre really and pretty novel. The rear of the sleeve has some pretty funny commentary too. For completists only!!!
Extrait, "Have a real time":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-qFKGowO_o
Surprisingly, Jarrett's first recording (?) was a silky (almost psychedelic) folk number... definitely a nice listen, as far as I know he didn't release anything else in this vein? If so I wouldn't mind hearing it!