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After the Fall is a two-disc live album by American jazz pianist Keith Jarrett recorded with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette. The album was recorded on November 14, 1998 in New Jersey Performing Arts Center but released only in 2018. Chris Pearson of The Times stated "The title refers to Keith Jarrett’s fall into a bout of chronic fatigue syndrome in autumn (or fall) 1996.
The Living Drum 2006. Always Forever Now 2005. In A Safe Place 1997. You Don't Have To Sleep To Dream 2010.
After the Fall, recorded with his iconic "standards trio" with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette, is another. Recorded at a concert in Newark, New Jersey in November 1998, it exists in the space between the group's Tokyo '96 (1997) and Whisper Not (1999). This performance marked Jarrett's return to the stage after a two-year battle with chronic fatigue syndrome. After the Fall could have ended there, but thankfully doesn't: the whispering shimmer of "When I Fall in Love" brings the performance back to earth, closing one of this trio's great recorded performances.
After the Fall" was long-running story arc in the Angel and Spike comics from IDW Publishing. After Brian Lynch's work on several Spike miniseries had impressed Joss Whedon; they collaborated on a canonical comic book continuation of the Angel television series. This story was originally published as Angel: After the Fall. After its seventeen issue run, IDW Publishing chose to continue this series beyond the Joss-plotted story, therefore these later issues are noncanon
The Trio’s first concert after Jarrett’s return from illness in 1998 bubbles with rediscovered power and energy. But in an era in which people can’t fall over each other fast enough to make statements, the trio’s casual bearing of familiar baggage, and liberated delight in spontaneous playing feels increasingly, timelessly fresh. Jarrett, Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette’s d After the Fall goes back to 1998, but it sounds no more dated than any creative classical music reappraisal of repertory materials. The pianist was emerging from chronic fatigue syndrome’s two-year silence, and this 1998 concert in Newark – just an hour’s drive from his home – was his comeback to the stage.
Their debut studio album, After the Fall, was recorded in 2003, mainly in the band's own rehearsal space. Vocalist Ben Windsor said the band were not fully prepared when commencing studio work for the album; "We entered the studio without a complete scope of where the record was going
Poets Of The Fall - The Beautiful Ones. Sublime - Doin' Time. Tony Bennett - I'm Thru with Love. Unkind (оригинал The Birthday Massacre). Жестокая (перевод Tutta). You're never too far from my mind's eye.