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Blue In Green (Live) - Bill Evans Trio* - Portrait In Jazz

This is great music. Evans is great on this recording. But for me, the most significant element is the bass playing of Eddie Gomez. This is a real treat for bass players to hear, and shows the greatness of Gomez in the lineage of jazz bass playing.

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Peri's Scope. Bill Evans. Cole Porter. Spring Is Here. Richard Rodgers. Bill Evans' chord voicings, adapted from Debussy and the impressionist composers, leave space that Scott LaFaro expertly and expressively fills. Paul Motian's drumming is nicely in balance throughout. Overall, this is an almost perfect jazz trio album. My Jazz by maracaden. Best Releases of the 20th Century by bhcampbell. Essential Jazz Albums by dlgale Diary by Zhix. Coast To Coast Covers by jetydo. Albums I've Listened To by umikala.

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Mar 28,  · One of the most innovative and influential pianists in jazz music history, Bill Evans recorded a host of albums that could lay claim to being trail-blazing. Portrait in Jazz is one such album, the first of two studio albums he was to record with his trio (alongside Scott LaFaro and Paul Motian) and a delight from start to finish/5().

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  1. Portrait In Jazz (Remastered) Bill Evans Trio Jazz ; Listen on Apple Music. Blue In Green (Take 2) 11 Songs, 51 Minutes Released: Dec 31, See All. Explorations (Remastered) Bill Evans Trio with Symphony Orchestra Nirvana Time Remembered (Remastered) But Beautiful (feat. Stan Getz).
  2. Symbiosis is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans with an orchestra arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman recorded in and released on the MPS label. It was the third orchestral album by Evans and Ogerman following Plays the Theme from The V.I.P.s and Other Great Songs and Bill Evans Trio with Symphony Orchestra ().Genre: Jazz.
  3. "Everyone Digs Bill Evans" marked that return in but it was "Portrait In Jazz", released a year later, that claimed his place at the forefront of jazz. It is the first recording made by the now legendary trio of Bill Evans (piano), Scott LaFaro (bass) and Paul Motian (drums).Author: Seb Kirby.
  4. Apr 23,  · Blue In Green: Companies, etc. 1st press mono deep groove blue labels with no "Inc" after "Bill Grauer Productions" at bottom of labels. Recorded in New York; December 28, Other Versions (5 of 84) Bill Evans Trio* Portrait In Jazz /5(47).
  5. Listen to Blue in Green by Bill Evans Trio on Slacker Radio stations, including Late Night Jazz and create personalized radio stations based on your favorite artists, songs, and bluesrock.granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfo Duration: 5 min.
  6. Oct 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bill Evans Trio* - Portrait In Jazz at Discogs. Complete your Bill Evans Trio* collection/5().
  7. It's impossible to exaggerate the stature, brilliance, and splendor of Bill Evans' Portrait in Jazz. The result of Evans having collaborated just eight months prior with Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and company on the watershed Kind of Blue and soon after finding a bassist (Scott LaFaro) who suited his style and boasted world-class chops, the.
  8. Jun 13,  · "Bill Evans: Time Remembered" In the opening moments of Bill Evans, Time Remembered, a new documentary by Bruce Spiegel, bassist Chuck Israels admits that, despite his long tenure in the pianist’s trio, even he has trouble answering questions about the man behind the artist.
  9. History. Eight months after his successful collaboration with Miles Davis on the album Kind of Blue, Evans recorded Portrait in Jazz with a new group (the Bill Evans Trio) that helped change the direction of modern jazz.. Most noticeably, LaFaro's bass is promoted from a mere accompanying instrument to one of almost equal status to the piano (though not to the extent that it would be on later Genre: Jazz.
  10. Blue in Green was actually composed solely by Bill Evans who signed his rights away for the sum of $50 immediately after the recording. Miles gladly paid him. It was a sound investment for Miles while Bill Evans never got the credit or read more.

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