Sareen Jurer - The Bill Evans Trio - Since We Met (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Artist: The Bill Evans Trio Title Of Album: Since We Met Release Date: () Location: USA Label: Fantasy Records () Genre: Jazz Quality: FLAC | lossless (tracks) +.cue + log Length: min Tracks: 7 Total Size: Mb (+3%) WebSite: Home Page Tracklist: Since We Met [] Midnight Mood [].
  2. Record Collector (magazine): 4 stars out of "The album redefined jazz trio music and features his own rendition of the meditative 'Blue In Green' ". Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. Come Rain Or Come Shine - (with Bill Evans) $ on iTunes 2. Autumn Leaves - (with Bill Evans) $ on iTunes 3. Witchcraft - (with Bill Evans).
  3. Sareen Jurer (Live) Bill Evans Trio. From the Album Since We Met January 1, Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere .
  4. A special treat here is the trio's cover of Earl Zanders' (writer of "Elsa," included here and "How My Heart Sings, which is not here) "Sareen Jurer," a song Evans didn't seem to record elsewhere and a prominent showcase for bassist Gomez's entrancing bowed solo.
  5. Bill Evans Trio - Since We Met This album captures the best Bill Evans Trio (Eddie Gomez on bass and Marty Morell on drums) at the peak of their creative powers in a jaw-dropping performance. This is an absolutely flawless gem, musically. Bill plays like an angel.
  6. The Piano Trios – Erroll Garner, Ahmad Jamal, and Bill Evans ( - ) Bill Evans @ 90 and Day 3 "Bitches Brew" Multiple Reviews. Resonance Records: The Art of the Sampler; Bill Evans and Wes Montgomery: Masters At Work; Interview. Nenette Evans: My Life With Bill; Album Review. Another Time: The Hilversum Concert by Stefano Merighi.
  7. May 29,  · For 11 years, the Bill Evans Trio had Eddie Gomez on bass and many different drummers. Some were undistinguished, but not the one here. Evans’ first Montreux album is unique in its pure, buoyant joyfulness, and Jack DeJohnette is the upthrust. Because of him, “Some Day My Prince Will Come” and “A Sleepin’ Bee” take off and fly.
  8. Bill Evans - piano; Eddie Gomez - bass; Eliot Zigmund - drums. One of the most influential pianists over the past 50 years, Bill Evans pioneered a new direction in jazz that emphasized harmonic extrapolation and an exquisite, walking-on-eggshells sensitivity more so than the macho, two-fisted, blues-based swinging style of the previous generation of players.

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