Time Remembered - Bill Evans - The Sesjun Radio Shows (Vinyl, LP)


The tracks will Time Remembered - Bill Evans - The Sesjun Radio Shows (Vinyl of great interest to Evans ' fans. The new trio, with the brilliant young bassist Marc Johnson and superb, subtle drummer Joe LaBarberaachieved a level of playing close to the pianist's group with Scott La Faro and Paul Motian. The trio selections cover familiar territory but find the band at its peak, highlighted by the lightly swinging take of Tadd Dameron 's "If You Could See Me Now" and Evans ' always introspective exploration of Miles Davis ' "Nardis," the latter tune individually showcasing all three LP).

Harmonica virtuoso Toots Thielemanswho appeared on Evans ' Affinity album, is a special guest on the last five songs, adding a sizzling solo to "Blue in Green" and getting to play his signature song "Bluesette" with the trio as well. The temporary quartet also nicely gels with a romp through Evans ' longtime set closer "Five.

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To say that that first experience of playing with Larry Bunker was a revelation would only be half the story I smiled and Bill grinned broadly and dug in to play all the more and Larry was hired on the spot to finish out the job with us. The following week, Wally Heider came in to record the group for Riverside. Thus was fulfilled the one remaining project on the Evans-Riverside books.

Both the pianist and his producer of almost seven years, Orrin Keepnews, wanted their final collaboration to be a live recording with the working trio, a logical follow-up to the Village Vanguard dates with LaFaro and Motian. But when the time came, Keepnews was disbanding his ailing company in New York and was unable to get out to Hollywood.

We have Israels's word for it that the events of those two evenings are accurately represented on the records. The sound of the bass, too, is faithfully preserved.

That was just before jazz bassists almost universally switched over to the metal strings most symphony players had used for years. The empathy between Israels and Evans was evident in these fine performances. Together with Larry Bunker they reveled in creative interplay and were obviously at home in the congenial surroundings of this intimate club, to date the pianist's second-favorite to the Village Vanguard.

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Marian McPartland has Died at She was Her career spanned more than six decades. McPartland became a fixture in the jazz world as a talented musician and well-loved radio personality. Bill Evans fans will recall her great personal friendship with Bill and the highly memorable episode of "Piano Jazz" one of her first she did with Evans back in She couldn't be a nicer person, and was very encouraging and complimentary to me, something I will never forget.

She was a huge talent, a marvelous pianist and composer, and a very sweet lady. She will be sorely missed. See the NY Times obit here. Getty Images, one of the largest photo archives in the world, has acquired a set of twelve black-and-white photographs of the Bill Evans Trio with Chuck Israels and Arnie Wise at Town Hall in NYC, taken in February of that year, the night of the live recording for Verve.

These are previously unreleased and also show Bill alone backstage. Go here to view them. See our friend Marc Myers superb review at jazzwax. Rob Rejneke. Please visit his great European Bill Evans site here! The small Dutch village Laren has a long jazz tradition. Bill Evans played several times in these locations. It was broadcast from the Boerenhofstede, and Nick Vollebregt's Jazzcafe, and became the permanent spot for a first class series of concerts.

With producer Dick de Winter and Cees Schrama as broadcasters, the program became very popular. These radio programs have been broadcast by more than public radio stations in the USA and Canada. Perfect audio quality! Here's the amazon,com link. Disk 1. Up With the Lark 2. Time Remembered 3. The Two Lonely People 5. Some Other Time 6. Sugar Plum 7. Sareen Jurer 8.

Morning Glory 9. Twelve Tone Tune Two Blue Serge. Disk 2. My Romance 3. Laurie 4. Nardis LP). Blue in Green 6. Days of Wine and roses 7. Further Conversations with Myself. California Here I Come. At the Montreux Jazz Festival.

Quiet Now. Charly Records. What's New. Montreux II. Sony Music Distribution. From Left to Right. Trio Live. The Bill Evans Album. Live in ParisVol. LP) Concert. Living Time. Sony Music Japan International. The Tokyo Concert. My Foolish Heart.

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