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Keith Jarrett August 31, 1968

Main Session Personnel
piano, soprano saxophone, recorder
bass
drums
# Tracks Playtime Issue Variance from Main Session Personnel
1 Soprano Piece 0:00
2 Who Can I Turn To? 0:00
3 Pout's Over (And the Day's Not Through) 0:00
4 A Moment for Tears 0:00
5 Could It Be You? 0:00
6 Sign Off 0:00
7 My Back Pages 5:17
Somewhere Before
Catalog #: 2012
8 Pretty Ballad 3:19
Somewhere Before
Catalog #: 2012
9 Moving Soon 4:13
Somewhere Before
Catalog #: 2012
10 Pout's Over (And the Day's Not Through) 4:49
Somewhere Before
Catalog #: 2012
11 Recorder Piece 0:00
12 Dedicated to You 4:49
Somewhere Before
Catalog #: 2012
13 Sole 0:00
14 Somewhere Before 0:00
15 Old Rag 2:25
Somewhere Before
Catalog #: 2012
16 Untitled Track by Keith Jarrett 0:00
17 My Back Pages (I Was So Much Older Then) 0:00
18 Untitled 15119 0:00
19 Untitled 15120 0:00
20 Untitled 15121 0:00
21 Untitled 15122 0:00
22 Untitled 15123 0:00
23 My Back Pages (2nd Set) 0:00
Content State: draft
genre: Post-bop, avant garde
Recording Date: 
1968-08-31
Label Name: 
Vortex (Atlantic)
Leader(s): 
Keith Jarrett
Skill/instrument: 
piano
Skill/instrument: 
soprano saxophone
Skill/instrument: 
recorder
Skill/instrument: 
bass
Skill/instrument: 
drums
Personnel: 
Keith Jarrett
Personnel: 
Keith Jarrett
Personnel: 
Keith Jarrett
Personnel: 
Charlie Haden
Personnel: 
Paul Motian
Ensemble Size: 
trio
Venue Type: 
live performance
Venue Name: 
Shelly's Manne-Hole
Venue Location: 
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
Session Details: 

Garbolino lists track #17 as 'I Was So Much Older Then'. That line, however, is identical to a lyric by Bob Dylan in his song 'My Back Pages' which Jarret played the same evening (and Garbolino identifies by the correct title 'My Back Pages'. I'm going to surmise that #12 is actually 'My Back Pages' and not some unknown composer's (probably Jarrett) piece called 'I'm Younger Than That Now'. (It makes sense as a mistake. Dylan's chorus repeats "I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now," but never actually says 'My Back Pages'. Someone unfamiliar might mistitle that). 

Sources: 
Maurizio Garbolino's Keith Jarrett Discography. Wikipedia.