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Bill Evans (p), Eddie Gomez (b), Tony Oxley (ds) Album：" Bill Evans, Complete February 1972 Paris Ortf Performance " Recorded：Ljubljana Jazz Festival, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, June 10, 1972.
The Bill Evans Album is an album by the jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in 1971. At the Grammy Awards of 1972, The Bill Evans Album won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Solo and the Best Jazz Performance by a Group awards. The Bill Evans Memorial Library states it is the first recording in which Evans used a Fender Rhodes piano. The Bill Evans Album was reissued with three bonus alternative tracks by Sony in 2005. All songs by Bill Evans except where noted.
The following is a listing of the jazz pianist Bill Evans' original albums. He recorded over 50 albums as a leader between 1956 and 1980 and also played as a sideman on nearly as many more. He broke new ground in many of his piano trio, duet and solo recordings. Several of those won or were nominated for Grammy Awards. Jerry Wald and his Orchestra (1953). Listen to the Music of Jerry Wald (1955). The Singing Reed (1955). A Message from Garcia (1955).
01. Announcement 02. Very Early 03. Gloria's Step 04. Re: Person I Knew 05. How My Heart Sings 06.
William John Evans (August 16, 1929 – September 15, 1980) was an American jazz pianist and composer who mostly played in trios. His use of impressionist harmony, inventive interpretation of traditional jazz repertoire, block chords, and trademark rhythmically independent, "singing" melodic lines continue to influence jazz pianists today
Biography by Richard S. Ginell. Virtual king of the modern jazz pianists who forged a gentle style of his own from the 1950s on. Read Full Biography. Bill Evans Trio in Buenos Aires, Vol. 1: 1973 Concert.
William John Evans, known as Bill Evans, was an American jazz pianist and composer who mostly worked. 607. 8. Bill Evans Trio Up With The Lark (Live) On A Monday Evening. 40. This is your chance to win a great collection of jazz box sets, CDs and vinyl in the Jazz Label's Christmas competition.
Bill Evans, one of the most influential and tragic figures of the post-bop jazz piano, was known for his highly nuanced touch, the clarity of the feeling content of his music and his reform of the chord voicing system pianists used. He recorded over fifty albums as leader and received five Grammy awards. He spawned a school of "Bill Evans style" or "Evans inspired" pianists, who include some of the best known artists of our day, including Michel Petrucciani, Andy Laverne, Richard Beirach, Enrico Pieranunzi and Warren Bernhardt. Yet Bill Evans was a person who was painfully self-effacing, especially in the beginning of his career. Tall and handsome, literate and highly articulate about his art, he had a "confidence problem" as he called it, while at the same time devoted himself fanatically to the minute details of his music.