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  • The Best of Bill Evans - Bill Evans Greatest Hits Full Album 2021

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    The Best of Bill Evans - Bill Evans Greatest Hits Full Album 2021

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  • Bill Evans Live 64 75

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    Just great!

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  • Bill Evans - Live in Paris vol. I-II-III

    2:58:36

    This compilation collects the complete February 6, 1972 concert by the Bill Evans Trio that was first aired by A la Masion de la Radio in Paris and subsequently issued on two individual CDs by France's Concert.

    Personnel: Bill Evans (p) Eddie Gómez (bs) Marty Morrell (dr)
    Released: January 10, 2006
    Recorded: February 6, 1972
    Label: -

    CD1
    0:00 Présentation André Francis
    1:35 Re : Person I Knew (Bill Evans)
    10:39 Turn Out The Stars (Bill Evans)
    16:01 Gloria's Step (Scott LaFaro)
    24:48 Two Lonely People (Bill Evans)
    33:21 Waltz For Debby (Bill Evans)
    42:21 What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life (M. Legrand)

    CD2
    47:58 Twelve Tone Tune (Bill Evans)
    55:38 Sugarplum (Bill Evans)
    1:04:25 Quiet Now (Denny Zeitlin)
    1:10:02 Very Early (Bill Evans)
    1:15:37 Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma)
    1:19:53 Time Remembered (Bill Evans)
    1:26:31 My Romance (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers)
    1:37:14 Someday My Prince Will Come (Frank Churchill)

    CD3
    1:43:50 Elsa (E. Zindars)
    1:51:12 Detour Ahead (Ellis, Frigo, Carter)
    1:56:42 34 Skidoo (B. Evans)
    2:03:05 Alfie (Bacharach, David)
    2:08:14 Peri's Scope (B. Evans)
    2:17:19 Blue'n Green (B. Evans, M. Davis)
    2:21:25 Emily (J. Mandel)
    2:28:10 Who Can I Turn To (Newley, Bricusse)
    2:34:45 Some Other Time
    2:40:04 Nardis (M. Davis)
    2:51:44 Waltz for Debby (B. Evans)

    This compilation collects the complete February 6, 1972 concert by the Bill Evans Trio that was first aired by A la Masion de la Radio in Paris and subsequently issued on two individual CDs by France's Concert. The pianist, joined by bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Marty Morell, is in top form throughout the performance, even if the first half of the concert is a bit laid-back for Evans. But drawing from a walk of material, including numerous originals, there's also the haunting Turn Out the Stars and the bittersweet The Two Lonely People, on which the trio gathers steam in the second half, with a wild romp through Evans' demanding Twelve Tone Tune and a delightfully breezy treatment of Very Early (showcasing Gomez), along with a moving rendition of Denny Zeitlin's gorgeous requiem Quiet Now among the highlights. The final track is from a Yugoslavian jazz festival recorded a few months later and previously issued on the Enja compilation Live at the Festival with British drummer Tony Oxley in Morell's place. Evidently due to lack of rehearsal and familiarity working with Evans, Oxley never really blends in very well with the pianist and Gomez in the extended workout of Nardis. But due to the excellent performances by Evans and Gomez, this is a rewarding disc that returns once rare music to print.

  • THE BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS GREATEST HITS PLAYLIST - BILL EVANS BEST OF ALL TIME

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  • THE BEST OF BILL EVANS

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    THE BEST OF BILL EVANS (FULL ALBUM)

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  • Universal Mind of Bill Evans

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    Bill Evans on the Creative Process and Self-Teaching
    Conversation With His Brother Harry, 1966

    Songs appeared:
    0:00 Spartacus Love Theme (aka Emily)
    13:06 I Like New York in June, How About You?
    17:53 Star Eyes (Analyzing the Melody and Harmonics)
    22:07 Star Eyes (Full Song)
    40:52 Very Early
    42:15 Time Remembered
    43:07 My Bells

    “I believe that all people are in possession of what might be called a universal musical mind. Any true music speaks with this universal mind, to the universal mind in all people. The understanding that results will vary only in so far as people have or have not been conditioned to the various styles of music in which the universal mind speaks. Consequently, often some effort and exposure is necessary in order to understand some of the music coming from a different period or a different culture than that to which the listener has been conditioned. I do not agree that the layman’s opinion is less of a valid judgement of music than that of the professional musician. In fact, I would often rely more on the judgement of a sensitive layman than that of a professional, since the professional, because of his constant involvement with the mechanics of music, must fight to preserve the naivety that the layman already possesses.“

    In 1966, legendary jazz pianist Bill Evans (August 16, 1929–September 15, 1980) sat down with his composer brother, Harry Evans, for an intense and deeply insightful conversation later released as Universal Mind of Bill Evans: The Creative Process and Self-Teaching. From filmmaker William Meier comes this gorgeous cinematic adaptation of Evans’s thoughts on the autodidactic quality of creativity and the value of working at the intersection of clarity, complexity, and spontaneity.
    The whole process of learning the facility of being able to play jazz is to take these problems from the outer level in, one by one, and to stay with it at a very intense, conscious-concentration level until that process becomes secondary and subconscious. Now, when that becomes subconscious, then you can begin concentrating on that next problem, which will allow you to do a little bit more.

    I don’t consider myself as talented as many people but in some ways that was an advantage because I didn’t have a great facility immediately so I had to be more analytical and in a way — that forced me to build something.

    Most people just don’t realize the immensity of the problem and, either because they can’t conquer it immediately, think that they haven’t got the ability, or they’re so impatient to conquer it that they never do see it through. If you do understand the problem then you can enjoy your whole trip through.

    People tend to approximate the product rather than attacking it in a realistic, true way at any elementary level — regardless of how elementary — but it must be entirely true and entirely real and entirely accurate. They would rather approximate the entire problem than to take a small part of it and be real and true about it. To approximate the whole thing in a vague way gives you a feeling that you’ve more or less touched the thing, but in this way you just lead yourself toward confusion and ultimately you’re going to get so confused that you’ll never find your way out.

    It is true of any subject that the person that succeeds in anything has the realistic viewpoint at the beginning and [knows] that the problem is large and that he has to take it a step at a time and that he has to enjoy the step-by-step learning procedure. They’re trying to do a thing in a way that is so general [that] they can’t possibly build on that. If they build on that, they’re building on top of confusion and vagueness and they can’t possibly progress. If you try to approximate something that is very advanced and don’t know what you’re doing, you can’t advance.

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  • Bill Evans - Live in Switzerland

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  • Bill Evans ‎- You Must Believe in Spring

    22:06

    Recorded at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, August 23, 24, 25, 1977.

    00:00 B Minor Waltz (For Ellaine)
    03:14 You Must Believe In Spring
    08:55 Gary's Theme
    13:13 We Will Meet Again (For Harry)
    17:17 The Peacocks
    23:18 Sometime Ago

    #7 - Theme From M*A*S*H (aka Suicide Is Painless) - censured by YouTube



    Art Direction, Design – Brad Kanawyer
    Bass – Eddie Gomez
    Drums – Eliot Zigmund
    Engineer [Recording & Remix] – Al Schmitt
    Mastered By – Doug Sax
    Painting – Charles Burchfield
    Photography By – Scott Lyons
    Piano – Bill Evans
    Producer – Helen Keane, Tommy LiPuma

    Recorded At – Capitol Studios
    Mastered At – The Mastering Lab

    Bill Evans ‎- You Must Believe in Spring (1981)

  • THE VERY BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME

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    THE VERY BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME
    THE VERY BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME
    THE VERY BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS BEST SONGS OF ALL TIME

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  • Bill Evans - Days of Wine and Roses

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    Bill Evans Jazz Piano Solos:

    Molde Jazz Festival, Norway, August, 9 1980. Bill Evans, piano; Marc Johnson, bass and Joe LaBarbera, drums.

    Nardis, Molde Jazz Festival, Norway, August, 9 1980. Bill Evans, piano; Marc Johnson, bass and Joe LaBarbera, drums.

    With the passage of time, Bill Evans has become an entire school unto himself for pianists and a singular mood unto himself for listeners. There is no more influential jazz-oriented pianist -- only McCoy Tyner exerts nearly as much pull among younger players and journeymen -- and Evans has left his mark on such noted players as Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, and Brad Mehldau. Borrowing heavily from the impressionism of Debussy and Ravel, Evans brought a new, introverted, relaxed, lyrical, European classical sensibility into jazz -- and that seems to have attracted a lot of young conservatory-trained pianists who follow his chord voicings to the letter in clubs and on stages everywhere. Indeed, classical pianists like Jean-Yves Thibaudet have recorded note-for-note transcriptions of Evans' performances, bringing out the direct lineage with classical composers. In interviews, Evans often stressed that pianists should thoroughly learn technique and harmony so that they can put their inspiration to maximum use. Since he already had those tools in hand, he worked very hard on his touch, getting the special, refined tone that he wanted out of a piano. He also tried to democratize the role of the bassist and drummer in his succession of piano trios, encouraging greater contrapuntal interplay.

    Bespectacled, shy, soft-spoken, and vulnerable, Evans was not a good fit into the rough-and-tumble music business. In part to shield himself from the outside world, he turned to drugs -- first heroin, and later, cocaine -- which undoubtedly shortened his life. In interviews, though, he sounds thoroughly in control, completely aware of what he wanted from his art, and colleagues report that he displayed a wicked sense of humor. Nowadays, Evans seems to be immune from criticism, but there was a time when he was accused of not being able to swing, or pilloried for an effete approach to jazz that was alien to its African sources. However, there are plenty of Evans recordings which show that he could indeed flash the technique and swing as hard as anyone when he wanted to, especially early in his career. He simply chose a different path for himself, one entirely reflective of his inward personality -- and that's what seems to touch listeners inside and outside jazz the most. Indeed, the cult for Evans' recordings is big enough to justify the existence of six large, expensive boxed sets of his output: four from Fantasy's archives, one from Warner Bros., and the biggest one from Verve. A newcomer, though, would be better-advised to sample Evans in smaller doses. Since the bulk of his recordings were made with the same piano-bass-drums instrumentation, and his career was not marked by dramatic shifts in style, prolonged listening to hours upon hours of his trio recordings can lead to monotony (after all, you can even overdose on Bach, as great as he was).

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  • Bill Evans - Like Someone in Love

    6:29

    Probably my favorite track from Bill. His genius is on full display here.

    Amazing stuff.

  • Bill Evans - You Must Believe in Spring

    33:56

    Recorded from my record collection.

    0:00 A1 B Minor Waltz (For Ellaine)
    3:16 A2 You Must Believe in Spring
    8:58 A3 Gary's Theme
    13:15 A4 We Will Meet Again (For Harry)
    17:20 B1 The Peacocks
    23:21 B2 Sometime Ago
    27:57 B3 Theme From M*A*S*H (aka Suicide Is Painless)

    I remember waking up on cool summer mornings at my father's cabin in Mexico, the rustling of the pine trees outside and the distant sounds of the loons. I was only about 9 or 10 years old, and every morning felt like the beginning of some adventure. The smell of pancakes and frying eggs. Coffee brewing. The lakes out there are so vast and so deep that you could stand out on the dock and if you looked out, the morning mist made it look like there was no horizon; the lake vanished into a haze and you were the very last thing in the whole world, just a little child standing on that dock. Later in the day it would get hotter and the mist cleared and the huge sun poured down across the whole forests, and I remember my cousin and how we used to catch frogs and sit in the shallows and throw pebbles at the schools of minnows. I can still hear the rhythms of that place in this album. I think I read somewhere that Bill Evans wrote this album in memory of loved ones who had died. These aren't sad songs. They're beautiful and they bring me back to that cabin in Mexico. They bring me back to the memories of this place that I loved. I think that's what Bill Evans intended: not to mourn or cry, but to draw upon the beautiful memories of lost things, to remind us that the things we have in life are not to be possessed or controlled but to be experienced in the purest sense of that word, and then... Well, sometimes these things have to go. Sometimes, our beautiful things can't stay.

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  • Bill Evans - Waltz For Debby

    4:30

    Bill Evans - Waltz For Debby,players' cast shown in comment of [lk2u] and [stefshop].thanks for the information.

  • Bill Evans Live at Molde Jazz Festival

    42:35

    At the Molde Jazz Festival, August 1980.

    Personnel: Bill Evans (p) Marc Johnson (b) Joe La Barbera (dr)

    0:00 - Re: Person I Knew
    5:55 - Days of Wine and Roses

  • Bill Evans Peace Piece

    6:46

    Virtual Museum Exhibit: Pasos Peace Museum (visit: www. pasospeacemuseum.org)—Bill Evans's Peace Piece is an unrehearsed modal composition that he recorded for his Everybody Digs Bill Evans LP in 1958. It is hailed as one of the most beautiful and evocative solo piano improvisations ever recorded.

  • Bill Evans Trio on Jazz 625

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    On March 19, 1965, the Bill Evans Trio stopped by the BBC studios in London to play a pair of sets on Jazz 625, the now-legendary program hosted by the British trumpeter Humphrey Lyttelton. The combo–which featured Evans on piano, Chuck Israels on bass and Larry Bunker on drums–played two sets, including most of the songs from their just-completed album, Trio ’65. The two 35-minute programs (shown consecutively in the video above) take us back in time to see and hear one of the most brilliant and influential jazz pianists of all time, at work in a tightly integrated trio.

    Personnel: Bill Evans (p) Chick Israels (b) Lerry Bunker (dr)
    Host: Humphrey Lyttleton

    Set I
    0:00 Five (theme)
    1:49 Elsa
    6:46 Summertime
    12:23 Come Rain Or Come Shine
    17:38 My Foolish Heart
    22:56 Re: Person I Knew
    27:15 Israel
    32:45 Five (theme)

    Set II
    35:20 Five (theme)
    37:10 How My Heart Sings
    41:15 Nardis
    46:57 Who Can I Turn To?
    52:57 Some Day My Prince Will Come
    58:31 How Deep Is The Ocean?
    1:04:37 Waltz For Debby

  • Bill Evans Moon Beams 1962 Album

    39:01

  • BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM

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    BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM
    BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM
    BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM

    William John Evans (August 16, 1929 – September 15, 1980) was an American jazz pianist and composer who mostly worked as the leader of a trio.[2] His use of impressionist harmony, interpretation of traditional jazz repertoire, block chords, and trademark rhythmically independent, singing melodic lines continues to influence jazz pianists today.

    Born in Plainfield, New Jersey, United States, he was classically trained at Southeastern Louisiana University and the Mannes School of Music, in New York City, where he majored in composition and received the Artist Diploma. In 1955, he moved to New York City, where he worked with bandleader and theorist George Russell. In 1958, Evans joined Miles Davis's sextet, which in 1959, then immersed in modal jazz, recorded Kind of Blue, the best-selling jazz album ever.[3]

    In late 1959, Evans left the Miles Davis band and began his career as a leader, with bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian, a group now regarded as a seminal modern jazz trio. In 1961, two albums were recorded at an engagement at New York's Village Vanguard jazz club, Sunday at the Village Vanguard and Waltz for Debby; a complete set of the Vanguard recordings on 3CDs was issued decades later. However, ten days after this booking ended, LaFaro died in a car accident. After months of seclusion, Evans reemerged with a new trio, featuring bassist Chuck Israels.

    In 1963, Evans recorded Conversations with Myself, a solo album created via overdubbing. In 1966, he met bassist Eddie Gómez, with whom he worked for 11 years.

    Many of Evans's compositions, such as Waltz for Debby, have become standards, played and recorded by many artists. Evans received 31 Grammy nominations and seven awards, and was inducted into the DownBeat Jazz Hall of Fame.[4]


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    1.My Foolish Heart
    2.Israel
    3.Detour Ahead
    4.My Melancholy Baby
    5.Emily
    6.Alfie
    7.Someday My Prince Will Come
    8.If You Could See Me Now
    9.Round Midnight
    10.Someday My Prince Will Come
    11.Sleepin' Bee
    12.You're Gonna Hear From Me
    13.Re: Person I Knew
    14.Sareen Jurer
    15.Blue Serge
    16.Up With The Lark
    17.But Beautiful
    18.Twelve Tone Tune Two
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  • 빌 에반스 대표곡 모음 #1 재즈 Playlist

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    우리가 사랑하는 피아니스트 빌 에반스, 그의 대표곡을 모아봤습니다.

    이번 영상은 ‘빌 에반스 대표곡 모음’의 첫 번째 영상입니다.
    완전히 다른 곡들로 구성된 두 번째 영상은 다음 링크에서 감상하실 수 있어요.


    * 해당 영상에서 발생하는 모든 수익은 음악 저작권 소유자에게 지급됩니다.

    #재즈기자 #재즈 #재즈플레이리스트
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  • Bill Evans, Round Midnight

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    Bill Evans Trio,
    'Round Midnight ,
    Sweden-1970 Eddie Gomez Marty Morrell.

    'Round Midnight is a 1944 composition by pianist Thelonious Monk.
    It is the most recorded jazz standard composed by a jazz musician.

    #jazz

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  • Bill Evans Trio - Autumn Leaves

    6:01

    Album: Portrait In Jazz
    Year: 1959
    Label: Riverside

    Bill Evans - piano
    Scott LaFaro - bass
    Paul Motian - drums

  • Bill Evans - All The Things You Are

    9:02

  • Bill Evans - The Creative Process and Self-Teaching

    4:34

    Extracted from the movie The Universal Mind of Bill Evans - Creative Process and Self-Teaching.

    In this part, Bill talks about how to deal with obstacles, and how to build one's vocabulary step-by-step.

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  • Bill Evans Trio - Emily

    5:32

    Bill Evans Trio
    At Ilkka Kuusisto's home,
    Lauttasaari, Helsinki
    Finland
    1970 (or 1969)

    Bill Evans - p
    Eddie Gomez - bs
    Marty Morell - dr

    1. Emily

  • Bill Evans - Never Let Me Go

    14:42

    Evans's Universal Mind

    Alone. 1968

  • Bill Evans - Beautiful Love

    4:51

    Bill Evans, Niels Hening Orsted Pedersen, Alan Dawson - Beautiful Love - Jazz Piano Workshop Berlin 1965

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  • Miles Davis interview about Bill Evans

    6:12

    Short interview with Miles Davis about of Blue and the contribution of Bill Evans.
    I made an intro with an aborted session track.
    Then the short interview with Miles and concluding with the intro of All Blues
    I got several interviews from the late Brian Hennessey, Evans friend, writer for Jazz Journal International and founder of the The Bill Evans Memorial Library before he died September 4, 2014. From his material I make some videos.

  • Skating In Central Park

    5:25

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Skating In Central Park · Bill Evans · Jim Hall

    Undercurrent

    ℗ 1962 Blue Note Records

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Alan Douglas
    Composer Lyricist: John Lewis

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  • Bill Evans - When I Fall In Love

    4:55

    Bill Evans - Portrait in Jazz - When I Fall In Love

  • Bill Evans Trio - Live at Balboa Jazz Club Vol.3

    23:16

    Recorded live in 1979, Live at Balboa Jazz Club - Vol. 3 documents some of Bill Evan's most celebrated standards within the warm environment of the Madrid club. The recording was made on a private tape and released unofficially on Ivory (Portugal).

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    Track list:
    0:00 Re: Person I Knew
    4:35 When I Fall In Love
    8:29 My Man's Gone Now
    14:39 Theme From Mash
    18:45 Blue In Green

    Album credits:
    Bill Evans - Piano
    Mark Johnson - Bass
    John LaBarbera - Drums

    The audio is recorded and mastered from my personal copy of the vinyl. I do not own the rights.

  • Bill Evans - The Two Lonely People

    6:14

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  • Bill Evans - Another Time: The Hilversum Concert

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    Bill Evans — Another Time: The Hilversum Concert
    Release Date: 9/1/17 (*LP on 4/22/16 for Record Store Day)
    Available as Deluxe CD & Limited Edition LP

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    Another Time: The Hilversum Concert is a rare, never-before-issued recording of the legendary Bill Evans trio featuring bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Jack DeJohnette captured live at the Netherlands Radio Union (NRU) Studios in Hilversum on June 22, 1968. This is only the third known recording in existence of this particular trio, who only performed together as a trio for a 6-month period in 1968, and was originally recorded and broadcast on the radio program Jazz in Actie by Dutch producer Joop de Roo. For the audiophile, this is possibly the best sounding live recording of Bill Evans found to date, captured with the then state-of-the-art equipment of the NRU, and kept in pristine condition over the years. On the heels of 2016's landmark Evans discovery, Some Other Time: The Lost Session from the Black Forest, which was recorded a mere two days prior to this Hilversum date in 1968, Resonance has struck gold again with yet another unearthed gem from the iconic pianist Bill Evans. Another Time is being officially released in conjunction with the Bill Evans Estate and the musicians, and the deluxe CD features rare photos by Chuck Stewart, Lee Tanner and Tom Copi; an expansive 36-page liner note book with essays by acclaimed author Marc Myers, noted Dutch jazz journalist Bert Vuijsje, Resonance producer Zev Feldman; plus interviews with Eddie Gomez, Jack DeJohnette, esteemed pianist Steve Kuhn and more.

  • Bill Evans - Some Other Time

    5:55

    Bill Evans — Some Other Time: The Lost Session From the Black Forest
    Release Date: 4/22/16 (*LP on 4/16/16 for Record Store Day)
    Available as Deluxe 2-CD & Limited Edition 2-LP Sets

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    Some Other Time: The Lost Session From the Black Forest is a newly unearthed studio session from the iconic pianist Bill Evans featuring bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Jack DeJohnette. Recorded on June 20, 1968, nearly 10 years after the legendary Kind of Blue sessions with Miles Davis and a mere five days after the trio's incredible Grammy award-winning performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival, this is truly a landmark discovery for jazz listeners worldwide. Available in deluxe 2-CD and limited edition 2-LP sets, and containing over 90 minutes of music, this is the only studio album in existence of the Bill Evans trio with Gomez and DeJohnette. Some Other Time was recorded by the legendary MPS Records founder and producer Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer along with writer/producer Joachim-Ernst Berendt at the MPS studios in the Black Forest (Villingen, Germany). Includes a 40-page book with new historical essays by jazz journalist Marc Myers and German jazz historian Friedhelm Schulz; producer Zev Feldman; new interviews with Gomez and DeJohnette; plus rare and previously unpublished photos from the archives of photographers David Redfern, Jan Persson, Giussepe Pino, Hans Harzheim and German Hasenfratz.

    There was big excitement about us going to the studio. This record represents a time and space where he was exploring new approaches to standard repertoire rhythmically and harmonically. — Jack DeJohnette

    Every time he touched the piano, he touched my heart and he played with a sound that was just a gorgeous sound and he always was so expressive in his playing. — Eddie Gomez

  • Discovering Bill Evans

    9:45

    Let's examine how Bill Evans could use a very few amount of notes to evoke an immense amount of emotion.

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  • Bill Evans Quintet - My Bells

    5:25

    Album: The Interplay Sessions (1962) Bill Evans: Piano Zoot Sims: Tenor Saxophone Jim Hall: Guitar Ron Carter: Bass Philly Joe Jones: Drums Composition: Bill Evans
    Recorded at the Nola Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, August 22, 1962

  • Bill Evans Group Let The Juice Loose

    1:13:56

    Tracklist
    01 Let The Juice Loose 00:00
    02 Hobo 09:29
    03 My Favourite Little Sailboat 17:25
    04 Let's Pretend 25:25
    05 In The Hat 33:05
    06 Ginza 40:19
    07 The Wait 52:39
    08 Kwitchur Beliakin 01:01:58

    Credits
    Band – Bill Evans Group
    Bass – Darryl Jones
    Drums – Dennis Chambers
    Engineer [Assistant] – Hide Tanaka, Rie Shimoji
    Guitar – Chuck Loeb
    Keyboards – Jim Beard
    Photography By – Junichi Takahashi
    Producer – Tony Ariga, Yoshiaki Masuo
    Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Bill Evans (3)

  • Sugar Plum - Bill Evans

    7:06

    The Bill Evans Album  May 11,12,17,19,20 & Jun.9, 1971

  • I Loves You, Porgy - Bill Evans

    5:51

    The Solo Sessions Volume 2 Jan.10, 1963

  • Bill Evans Trio - 34 Skidoo

    6:26

    Album: How my heart sings! (1962) Bill Evans: piano Chuck Israels: bass Paul Motian: drums
    Composition: Bill Evans

  • Bill Evans Copenhagen Rehearsal Tape

    44:56

    Bill rehearsing for a concert with Monica Zetterlund swedish singer, and Alex Riel danish drummer in Copenhagen, Denmark.
    1966 Oct. 25

    16:44 - Very Early
    22:04 - Who Can I Turn To
    28:09 - If You Could See Me Now
    32:34 - Autumn Leaves
    36:35 - Five

    Personnel: Bill Evans (p) Eddie Gómez (b) Alex Riel (dr)
    Video is from Alex Riel's private achive.
    All rights reserved to Alex Riel and the Danish Broadcasting Corporation

  • The Best of Bill Evans - Bill Evans Best Songs Ever

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    The Best of Bill Evans (Full Album)- Bill Evans Best Songs Ever

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  • Bill Evans - Swing Hop Album - Escape

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  • How to Sound Like Bill Evans

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  • The Peacocks

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    The Peacocks (Remastered) · Bill Evans

    You Must Believe In Spring

    ℗ Craft Recordings, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1981-02-02

    Composer: Bill Evans

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  • Wonder Why - Bill Evans

    5:22

    At Shelly's Manne-Hole  May 19, 1963
    Hollywood, CA,

  • Chick and Jack DeJohnette Talk Bill Evans

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    Chick recently sat down with his longtime musical pal Jack DeJohnette to chat about one of his heroes, Bill Evans, for a new Resonance Records release, Live at Ronnie Scott's featuring Eddie Gomez and Jack with Bill in London in 1968. This music was recorded by Jack and this release is remastered from his original tape reels. More info at

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  • Oleo - Bill Evans

    4:09

    Everybody Digs Bill Evans  Dec.15, 1958

  • Bill Evans Trio - Come Rain Or Come Shine

    3:25

    Album: Portrait In Jazz
    Year: 1959
    Label: Riverside

    Bill Evans - piano
    Scott LaFaro - bass
    Paul Motian - drums

  • Bill Evans - Some Other Time

    6:11

    Album: Everybody digs Bill Evans (Keepnews Collection)(1958)
    Bill Evans: piano; Sam Jones: bass; Philly Joe Jones: drums. Composition: Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Leonard Bernstein. Only released on the reissue of the Album.

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    THE VERY BEST OF BILL EVANS - BILL EVANS GREATEST HITS FULL ALBUM 2022

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