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January 1, 1988
℗ 1988 ECM Records GmbH
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Dark Intervals is a live solo piano album by American pianist Keith Jarrett recorded in concert on April 11, 1987 in Tokyo's Suntory Hall and released on the ECM label in 1988.
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October 3, 1988
℗ 1988 ECM Records GmbH
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