Life Between the Exit Signs is the first jazz album by pianist Keith Jarrett as a leader. It was recorded on May 4, 1967 at Atlantic Recording Studios, in New York City and released on April 1, 1968,
It is the first session featuring Jarrett, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Paul Motian together. In 2004 Atlantic Records reissued it along with extensive liner notes by Professor Bill Dobbins. The tracks are quite influenced by the music of Ornette Coleman and Bill Evans, Jarrett having long been an admirer of both, Haden having played with Coleman (1959–60) and Motian having played with Evans (1959–64).