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Bill Evans - We Will Meet Again - The Bill Evans Anthology: The Warner Bros. & Elektra Years 1977-1980 album download
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Bill Evans - We Will Meet Again - The Bill Evans Anthology: The Warner Bros. & Elektra Years 1977-1980 album download

Performer:
Bill Evans
Album:
We Will Meet Again - The Bill Evans Anthology: The Warner Bros. & Elektra Years 1977-1980
Style:
Jazz Instrument,Mainstream Jazz,Piano Jazz,Post-Bop,Fusion,Modal Music
Released:
1977 - June, 1980
Genre:
Duration:
02:19:25
MP3 archive size:
1297 mb
FLAC archive size:
1704 mb
Other formats:
AU AA FLAC MOD RA AHX
Rating:
4.3
Votes:
763

After leaving a long relationship with Fantasy, Bill Evans signed with Warner Bros. in 1977, a label with which he remained until his death. The two-dozen tracks culled from his five releases for the label make up a reasonable sampling for someone who doesn't want to invest in all of them. Highlights from You Must Believe in Spring (an album that remained unreleased for nearly four years, finally appearing after Evans' death) include Jimmy Rowles' haunting ballad "The Peacocks" and Gary McFarland's melancholy "Gary's Theme" (probably played with even more emotion due to Evans' mourning the death of its composer after he was poisoned in a bar).

But Evans' music for the Warner and Elektra labels in his last years, though occasionally drawn toward a rather lounge-jazzy over-elegance, confirms how sensationally inventive he could still be. This double-CD includes urgent live performances from the pianist's extended 1980 residency at the Village Vanguard (his last live shows) and a Paris concert the year before - a intriguing insight into the maturing of the great final Evans trio with bassist Marc Johnson and drummer Joe LaBarbara. A larger 1979 group with a good sax/ trumpet frontline (Larry Schneider and Tom Harrell) sounds.

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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).

Best Of Bill Evans 1977-1980. WMG (от лица компании "Craft Recordings"); UBEM, Wixen Music Publishing, Warner Chappell, CMRRA, ASCAP, EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция. WMG (от лица компании "Craft Recordings"); The Royalty Network (Publishing), LatinAutor - SonyATV, UBEM, EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (4). Композиция

Records ‎– 5101-11507-2. Piano, Electric Piano – Bill Evans. Tracks 2-1-3 from Paris Concerts (1979), Tracks 2-4-10 from Village Vanguard (June 1980).

Bill Evans (1929–1980), was a jazz pianist. Bill Evans may also refer to: Other musicians. The Bill Evans Album released: 1971. Montreux II released: 1970. Vara Studio Holland 1969 released: 1969

It was Evans’s last recording sessions done with Gomez on bass, who left after eleven years with Evans to pursue other musical projects. Evans also recorded the title song as a duet with jazz vocalist Tony Bennett on their second album of duets titled Together Again (1977). After more than a decade as one of the pianist’s most sympathetic bassists, this was Eddie Gomez’s last recording with Evans, a trio set with drummer Eliot Zigmund recorded in 1977 and released after Evans’ death in 1980. Bill Evans Trio – We Will Meet Agai. ill Evans – New Conversations (1978/2011. tan Getz & Bill Evans – Stan Getz &.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Peri's Scope Bill Evans Bill Evans 6:12
2 The Peacocks Jimmy Rowles Bill Evans 6:01
3 We Will Meet Again Bill Evans Bill Evans 2:35
4 Tomato Kiss Larry Schneider Bill Evans feat: Larry Schneider / Toots Thielemans 5:19
5 B Minor Waltz (For Ellaine) Bill Evans Bill Evans 3:14
6 I Love My Wife Cy Coleman Bill Evans 6:41
7 Gary's Theme Gary McFarland Bill Evans 4:17
8 I Do It for Your Love Paul Simon Bill Evans feat: Larry Schneider / Toots Thielemans 7:19
9 Theme from M*A*S*H (Suicide Is Painless) Johnny Mandel Bill Evans 5:56
10 After You Cole Porter Bill Evans 3:37
11 For All We Know (We May Meet Again) J. Fred Coots / Sam M. Lewis Bill Evans 3:38
12 Nobody Else But Me Bartley Costello / Andrew B. Sterling Bill Evans 4:35
13 Blue in Green Miles Davis / Bill Evans Bill Evans feat: Larry Schneider / Toots Thielemans 4:13
14 Reflections in D Duke Ellington Bill Evans 6:59

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Up with the Lark Jerome Kern / Leo Robin Bill Evans 6:38
2 I Do It for Your Love Paul Simon Bill Evans 6:14
3 Gary's Theme Gary McFarland Bill Evans 5:20
4 Days of Wine and Roses Henry Mancini / Johnny Mercer Bill Evans 9:00
5 Knit for Mary F. Bill Evans Bill Evans 4:17
6 If You Could See Me Now Tadd Dameron / Carl Sigman Bill Evans 6:27
7 Tiffany Bill Evans Bill Evans 4:56
8 Letter to Evan Bill Evans Bill Evans 7:02
9 Minha Francis Hime Bill Evans 3:19
10 Nardis Miles Davis Bill Evans 15:36