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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.
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On this seven-song LP, Bill Evans made his debut on electric piano, usually playing it in conjunction with his acoustic piano. Joined by bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Marty Morell, Evans performs seven of his stronger originals including "Funkallero," "The Two Lonely People," "Re: Person I Knew," ". " and "Waltz for Debby.
Bill Evans refused producer Orrin Keepnews' invitation to record a follow up album to his 1956 debut "New Jazz Conceptions" for over two years, stating that he had nothing new to say. Paul Motian's drumming is nicely in balance throughout. Bill Evans - Dig It! LP 2015 + Insert Mono /3. Our vinyl condition gradings Our condition gradings are based on the Goldmine Grading Guide.
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The Bill Evans Trio –Portrait In Jazz. Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue,180 Gram. A4 When I Fall In Love. Yet it is a lovely idea, not a gesture is wasted. Records are taken out of sleeve to avoid seam splits and ring wear. Features unique OZ Only cover art. S$ 2. 3.
In fact, the "Bill Evans Album" would have been more satisfying if Bill had stuck with the Fender Rhodes for the duration: those stretches are the highlights of his playing on this occasion-arguably the best mainstream jazz ever recorded on the ubiquitous 1970s' instrument that, however brief an affair it enjoyed with Bill Evans, is still seen as a useful keyboard. It's actually remarkable that Bill Evans' music and reputation continue to rise to the top in discussions of jazz piano, given the damage to his piano voice-inflicted, first, by Verve (with a "bottled-up," frequency-limited piano sound that makes for especially painful listening on, for example, the "With Symphony Orchestra" recording) and, secondly, by Columbia (which was now confining its. jazz activities to electric, "fusion" music produced by Miles, McGlaughlin, Corea, Hancock).
607. 8. Bill Evans Trio Up With The Lark (Live) On A Monday Evening.