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Wayne Jarrett & Silver Fox  - Saturday Night Jamboree / Got To Be Sure album download Performer: Wayne Jarrett
Album: Saturday Night Jamboree / Got To Be Sure
Released: 1980
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Standards is a two-volume set of jazz albums released by the Keith Jarrett trio in 1983. Originally released by ECM, they have been multiply re-issued, including by Universal/Polygram. The two volumes present performances of pianist Keith Jarrett with Gary Peacock on double bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums. Vol. 1 reached N. 4 on the Billboard Jazz Albums charts. In 2008 the two albums, along with 1983's Changes, were collected into a boxed set, Setting Standards: New York Sessions.

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