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Nardis - The Bill Evans Trio - Turn Out The Stars (CD, Album)

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  1. Sazil says:
    The Bill Evans Trio is heard in concerts, excerpted from two radio broadcasts in Europe, taped nearly two-and-a-half years apart, though both feature the pianist with bassist Eddie Gómez and drummer Marty matubagreorifardiorenaneharca.xyzinfo first six selections come from November , with Gómez as the main soloist in an intense "Autumn Leaves." Evans sparkles in his moody ballad "Turn Out the Stars" and Denny.
  2. Tesida says:
    Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: 6x, CD Album Box Set Limited Edition, Numbered • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz, Modal, Bop The Bill Evans Trio - Turn Out The Stars (, CD) | Discogs/5(4).
  3. Kagarisar says:
    "Nardis" is a composition by American jazz musician Miles Davis. It was written in , during Davis's modal period, to be played by Cannonball Adderley for the album Portrait of Cannonball. The piece has come to be associated with pianist Bill Evans, who recorded it repeatedly.
  4. Gam says:
    Bill Evans Format: Audio CD. Turn Out the Stars by Bill Evans () Audio CD. $ is overall a better album, capturing the interplay of the trio more effectively along with displaying Evans' impassioned lyricism on a superior-sounding instrument. But once you get caught up in the spellbinding singing of Evans on these final /5(15).
  5. Faumi says:
    Oct 13,  · Bill Evans is the fine wine of jazz pianists: smooth yet potent, dry yet detailed, subtle yet profoundly nuanced. Classically trained and naturally gifted, Evans was known for introducing new shades of harmony into the jazz chordal palette, and his work with “cool jazz” giants of the mid- to late s — from Chet Baker and Stan Getz to Lee Konitz and Miles Davis — would establish him.
  6. Shakagor says:
    Bill Evans / Bill Trio Evans - Last Waltz music CD album at CD Universe, A profoundly moving, *unreleased* document of the last days of Bill Evans, one of the. Turn Out The Stars (with The Bill Evans Trio) 6: I Do It For Your Love (with The Bill Evans Trio) 7: Nardis.
  7. Faegore says:
    Pianist Bill Evans and tenor saxophonist Stan Getz only recorded in the studio together on one occasion, making these previously unreleased concert performances (issued for the first time in ) quite valuable. Evans (due to a misunderstanding) sits out on much of "Stan's Blues," and there are two trio features without the tenor but otherwise the other seven numbers match Getz with Evans.
  8. Kagaramar says:
    Though these extraordinary recordings were made only months before pianist Bill Evans' untimely death on September 15, , at the age of 51, they capture a beginning for more than an end. The performances on these six CDs - which feature newly written originals as well as brilliant interpretations of the standards that Evans loved -were recorded on the evenings of June 4, 5, 6 and 8, /5(17).
  9. Ninos says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bill Evans Trio* - Quiet Now at Discogs. Complete your Bill Evans Trio* collection.

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