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Keith Jarrett is considered to be one of the most amazing solo piano improvisers in jazz history. Keith Jarrett was born on May 8, 1945, in Allentown, Pennsylvania. A child genius, he started playing piano at the age of three and had played a recital by the time Keith Jarrett was seven. Keith Jarrett was professional while in grade school. Keith Jarrett studied at Berklee University and worked in the area with his trio.
In 1965, Keith Jarrett moved to New York and spent four months playing with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. Although his stay with them was not too long, it was enough to get him known. Keith Jarrett joined the well-liked Charles Lloyd Quartet and played and traveled the world with them until 1969 when Keith Jarrett played electric keyboards and organ (along with Chick Corea) with Miles Davis' fusion group. After he had left Davis' team, Keith Jarrett swore off electric instruments and alienated many in the fusion genre by declaring electronic instruments a crutch. Keith Jarrett created a group with Dewey Redman (Joshua's father), Charlie Haydn, and Paul Motion. The Group recorded more than a dozen albums and played everything from hard bop to free jazz.
In the mid-1970s, Keith Jarrett recorded a series of live solo piano concerts. They include Solo Concerts, the mammoth Sun Bear Concerts, and the hugely successful Köln Concert, which sold more than a million copies. In these concerts, Keith Jarrett would sit down without any idea of what he would play, and begin improvising entire long songs. Sometimes, two songs would make up an entire concert. On the Köln Concert, Keith Jarrett wasn't feeling well that day, and also, the correct piano did not show up, so he had to do with one that was poorly tuned. The top end was shot, and the bass lacked quality, so Keith Jarrett had to make due being restricted to the middle keys and improvising the four songs on the record from the middle keys.
By the 1980s, Keith Jarrett had the record much classical music, but in the 1990s, he shared a trio and played a lot of jazz standards till today.