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    There's scarcely a more towering figure in modern jazz — save Miles and Coltrane — than Bill Evans His relaxed and emotional style at the piano would prove influential to not only his peers but to generations of pianists who would follow him It also doesn't hurt that he appeared on (and had great influence over the direction...
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    Recorded in 1977 and released in 1981, just months after Evans’ death, the album marks the artist’s final studio recording with bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Eliot Zigmund and includes stunning performances of “We Will Meet Again (for Harry)” and “B Minor Waltz (for Ellaine)” You Must Believe in Spring features...
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    To celebrate the 45th anniversary of iconic Dutch jazz label Timeless Records, Music On Vinyl is releasing a series that features albums that are part of the Timeless Records legacy and will be released mainly throughout 2022 To this day, jazz pianists are influenced by Bill Evans by his use of impressionist harmony,...
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    The first gatefold edition ever made of these live recordings at the Montreux Jazz Festival with new specially prepared liner notes by renowned Penguin Guide to Jazz and BBC writer BRIAN MORTON 1969 Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album One of Bill Evans’ best live albums, on At the Montreux Jazz Festival the legendary...
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    Bill Evans catapulted to the top of the jazz world in June 1961 after reeling off three straight masterpiece sessions at New York's Village Vanguard with his trio Yet the emotional highs came to a screeching halt shortly thereafter when bassist Scott LaFaro died in a car accident Devastated, Evans refrained from playing for nearly...
  • Symbiosis sees the Bill Evans trio of Eddie Gómez (bass) and Marty Morell (drums) joined by conductor/composer Claus Ogerman’s orchestra Symbiosis was the third collaborative album between Evans and Ogerman The album touches on a range of sounds, from its eerie first song, to the robust sounds of the eclectic accompaniment of...
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    This is the first of two superb albums recorded by Bill Evans, and guitarist Jim Hall, and it was recorded over two sessions in April and May 1962 Arrangements simply for piano and guitar are rare in Jazz, and it is even more seldom that the results are truly inspiring and as musically worthwhile as in this case It is usual for...
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    The global corporation Columbia recorded and released only two LPs with pianist Bill Evans A meagre result when one considers the numerous concerts that the new trio undertook between 1969 and 1974 Together with Eddie Gomez, a phenomenon on the bass, and drummer Marty Mortell, the three established a firm – and ever better –...
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    Trio ‘64, Bill Evans' first trio album for Verve, marked a reunion with drummer Paul Motian and Evans' only recorded work with bassist Gary Peacock The album matches up with Evans' finest trio sessions, with his shimmering piano lines dancing between Peacock's sharp bass lines and Motian's usual sublime work on the drums Peacock...

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