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Bill Evans Trio: все альбомы, включая Peace Piece, Conception, Some Day My Prince Will Come и другие. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1962. At Shelly's Mane-Hole. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks. Sunday At the Village Vanguard. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1961. Live At The Balboa Jazz Club.
Portrait in Jazz is an album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in 1960. Eight months after his successful collaboration with Miles Davis on the album Kind of Blue, Evans recorded Portrait in Jazz with a new group (the Bill Evans Trio) that helped change the direction of modern jazz.
Strona Główna Jazz Bill Evans (Pianist) Bill Evans Trio - Live In Switzerland 1975. Bill Evans Trio - Live In Switzerland 1975. Czwartek, 29 Kwiecień 2010 21:15 Wpisany przez bluesever. Ocena użytkowników:, 0 Słaby Świetny. This CD comes from a live 1975 concert by the Bill Evans Trio, which was broadcast by Radio Suisse in Switzerland. The pianist is in superb form, joined by longtime bassist Eddie Gomez and newcomer Eliot Zigmund on drums. The sound is excellent, without the annoying announcers or distortion, so this release could have very well been produced from the master tape itself.
Had Bud Powell and Bill Evans not existed, Jazz would have had to invent them. In piano performances, they represented muscle and finesse respectively. Using tennis as an analogy, the brilliantly technical Bud Powell was to the disciplined Bjorn Borg as the thoughtfully nuanced Evans was to the net play master John McEnroe. They were necessary presences in the music, both existing as a feather floating in the breath of culture.
Bill Evans Trio - Sunday at Village Vanguard - 45RPM 2LP MFSL MOFI One-Step SEALED MINT. Condition is New, serial Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Bill Evans Trio Portrait In Jazz 2LP 45RPM One-step MFSL Vinyl Sealed New MOFI. Bill Evans Trio Live "Montreux II" Recorded Live at the Montreux Festival 1970. CTI 6004 Vinyl Gatefold LP. Vinyl is Near Mint, Sleeve is Excellent.
Bill Evans (p) Scott LaFaro (b), Paul Motian (d) recorded live at the Village Vanguard on June 25, 1961, Music. Tune in to the communication between piano and bass and drums. Simultaneous improvisation within a melodic structure, the ultimate Unfree Jazz. The interchange between Evans on piano, LaFaro on bass and Paul Motian on drums is balletic in its balance of emotional beauty and technical precision . This is an album that continues to amaze and please even after repeated hearing. t sounds simple enough on the surface, but holds scores of wonders upon careful listenin. .
Bill Evans was one of the great Jazz Pianists. He led a tortured, heroin-addicted life but he never let his fans down. This is one of the great Jazz albums, a must have for anyone interested in Jazz even on a superficial level. If I could only have one Bill Evans Trio album I'd be hard pressed to choose between this and Sunday at the Village Vandguard. Thankfully, I can have both. In Portrait in Jazz, Bill & the boys create something new while leaving some of the familiar and it works beautifully.
CreditsBill Evans - Primary Artist
Bill Evans Trio - Primary Artist