Paris Concert is a live solo piano album by American pianist Keith Jarrett, and released by ECM Records. It was recorded on October 17, 1988 at the Salle Pleyel in Paris, in front of a live audience.
The first track on the album is simply entitled "October 17, 1988", named after the day of the concert. It is one of Jarrett's unpremeditated solo works; a 38-minute improvisation without pause. The second, much shorter, track is a ballad by American jazz composers Russ Freeman and Jerry Gladstone entitled "The Wind". Finally, the third track is another shorter piece, an improvised C major blues.
The album was first released on November 26, 1990. It was also one of Jarrett's last solo piano efforts before his problems with chronic fatigue syndrome.