The album is starting to appear on online music stores. The release date should be October 30, 2020 from what I gather.
It will be released on CD and vinyl.
“The 2nd complete show to be issued from Keith Jarrett’s 2016 European tour, following the acclaimed Munich 2016 concert. This double album documents the pianist’s solo performance at Budapest’s Bela Bartók National Concert Hall. Jarrett, whose roots go back to Hungary, saw it as a homecoming; the context inspired much creative improvisation. His later concerts are comprised of independent movements, each a marvel of spontaneous resourcefulness and creative energy.”
The full name of the release is Swiss Radio Days Jazz Series Vol. 46 / Charles Lloyd Quartet, Montreux Jazz Festival 1967. It has already been released on October 25, 2019, by The Montreux Jazz Label. It will be released later in some countries. It’s important to note that this is an official release, as this concert has previously been available on multiple bootlegs. Apparently, the original tape from the Swiss Radio has been used, so the sound should be optimal (I haven’t heard it yet!).
The album features Charles Lloyd, Keith Jarrett, Ron McClure, and Jack DeJohnette. The 32-page liner notes include texts from Yvan Ischer, Ron McClure, René Langel, and Pierre Grandjean.