Keith Jarrett: American Quartet Part II
Piece for Ornette is an overt appropriation of Ornette Coleman's compositional style from the early 1960s. It is surely no coincidence that this band contains former Coleman sidemen Dewey Redman and Charlie Haden. We hear Keith Jarrett on soprano saxophone, with nary a piano within earshot.
Beaming in from somewhere else entirely is Redman's composition Pyramids Moving. It was recorded on the final day that the quartet worked together - October 16th, 1976, and released on the Impulse! album Bop-Be. Mr Redman plays chinese musette (illustrated below) instead of saxophone.
Keith Jarrett - Piece for Ornette (Long Version)
From El Juicio (The Judgement): Collectables COL-CD 6254 [Buy]
Keith Jarrett - Pyramids Moving
From Mysteries: The Impulse Years 1975-76: Impulse IMPD-4-189 [Buy]