Bill Evans discography. 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. Bill Evans at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Live - Trio with Eddie Gomez (b), Jack DeJohnette (d) - Grammy Award winner. The Tony Bennett, Bill Evans Album. with singer Tony Bennett. Montreux III. Live - Duo with Eddie Gomez (b). Fantasy.
Recorded live at the Montreux Festival, Montreux, Switzerland on July 20, 1975. Originally released on Fantasy. Rights Society: JASRAC. Other Versions (5 of 18) View All. Cat.
Eloquence is an album composed of songs played by jazz musicians Bill Evans and Eddie Gomez between the years of 1973 and 1975. It was released posthumously in 1982 on Fantasy Records. The album consists of four duets with Eddie Gomez and four solo pieces. Four songs ("Gone With The Wind", "Saudade Do Brasil", "All Of You" and "Since We Met") and the medley ("But Not For Me", "Isn't It Romantic", "The Opener") were recorded while rehearsing in the Fantasy Records studio in Berkeley in 1974–75
Bill Evans & Eddie Gomez –The Nature Of Things. The Kronos Quartet - Eddie Gomez –Nardis (Bill Evans - Miles Davis). Bill Evans –Only Child. Bill Evans, Eddie Gomez –The Nature Of Things. Bill Evans and Eddie Gomez - Montreux III (1975) –Milano. Bill Evans, Shelly Manne, Eddie Gomez –These Things Called Changes. Bill Evans and Eddie Gomez - Montreux III (1975) –Django.
Album · 1968 · 10 Songs. Introduction, One For Helen. 2. A Sleeping Bee. Bill Evans. 5. I Loves You Porgy. 6. The Touch of Your Lips.
Bill Evans' 1968 release, At the Montreux Jazz Festival, marks the beginning of stylistic changes for the legendary pianist. Only one year earlier, his At Town Hall release found his approach generally more introspective and brooding. In contrast, this set is more lively, playful, and experimental. Much of this is down to the active and intense drumming of Jack DeJohnette, who had joined the trio only a short time before this concert was recorded; longtime bandmate Eddie Gomez is also featured on this album. His energetic soloing adds veracity to tunes such as "Embraceable You". Evans, famous for a soft-spoken pianistic touch, seems driven to new vistas on this album. He experiments more with harmonic dissonance and striking rhythmical contrasts, making this his most extroverted playing since his freshman release, New Jazz Conceptions.
Bill Evans and Eddie Gomez - Montreux III (1975) Venutian Rhythm Dance.
Performer:Bill Evans Genre: Jazz Title: Montreux III Released: 1976 Style: Post Bop, Modal MP3 version ZIP size: 1386 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1577 mb Rating: 4.7 Votes: 950 Other Formats: RA MPC MMF MIDI WMA XM MIDI
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