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Who Can I Turn To - Bill Evans Trio* - Trio 65 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nov 21,  · Song Turn Out The Stars (Live) Artist Bill Evans Trio; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Fantasy Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., LatinAutor - .
  2. A moving finale to a remarkable career, The Last Waltz was recorded during a nine-night stand at San Francisco's legendary Keystone Korner one week prior to jazz piano icon Bill Evans' death at age With the youthful rhythm team of Marc Johnson and Joe LaBarbera providing telepathic support, Evans turns in some of the most magnificent performances of his year career.
  3. History. Everybody Digs Bill Evans was Evans's second album, done two years after his first record as a leader. Though his producer (Orrin Keepnews) had wanted Evans to record a follow-up album to his debut sooner, the self-critical Evans felt he had "nothing new to say" before this wildepofunlauporterpterthehydmendtof.coinfo recording captures Evans at a time when he frequently played extended musical ideas using block chords.
  4. Sep 01,  · Besides a muscular and rhythmically stretched reading of Who Can I Turn To, the trio turns in a spirited version of the Miles Davis', Nardis. Evans played this song over the course of his entire career, often stretching it out to an epic 20 minute extravaganza in his later years/5(63).
  5. Sep 26,  · The piece first appeared on the trio's LP EXPLORATIONS (release date: 2 Feb 61). This is the third incarnation of Bill Evans' great '60s piano trios, playing at a very high level.
  6. The Complete Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Recordings is a two-CD box set released in compiling the two recording sessions by singer Tony Bennett and pianist Bill Evans which produced The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album in and Together Again in , including twenty alternate takes and two bonus tracks not released on the original albums.
  7. Shortly after, he moved back to New York, and in December Evans recorded the trio album Everybody Digs Bill Evans for Riverside Records with bassist Sam Jones and drummer Philly Joe Jones. This was Evans's second album as a leader, since New Jazz Conceptions, recorded two years earlier. While producer Orrin Keepnews had many times tried to.
  8. Sep 07,  · With so many previously unissued trio recordings by Bill Evans crowding shelves and “the cloud,” it’s fair to ask whether another archival discovery adds anything of real significance to the piano icon’s legacy—particularly since the latest, Another Time: The Hilversum Concert, comes on the heels of two other Resonance sets from , Live at Art D’Lugoff’s Top of the Gate and.

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