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No End is a one-man-band instrumental album by American pianist and composer Keith Jarrett, where he performs all the parts through overdubbing between "two Tandberg cassette recorders". Due to its way of recording and musical style it can be seen as part of his experimental circle, along with the early folk rock Restoration Ruin or the tribal Spirits. As usual with his solo albums, Jarrett improvised all tracks, but unusually, he mainly used electric guitars, Fender bass guitar, tablas, drums and assorted percussion; he also includes some voice, and his primary instrument, piano. The recording was done during 1986 at Cavelight Studio, Jarrett's home studio in New Jersey, but released in 2013, with Jarrett concluding his liner notes on, "How could I have left it in a drawer all these years?"