1. Jan 11,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Re: Person I Knew - Bill Evans on AllMusic - - Recorded at the same Village Vanguard sessions 6/
  2. Bill Evans Live in Paris, , Vol. 1 (Esoldun [F] FC ) Bill Evans (p) Eddie Gomez (b) Marty Morell (d) La Maison de La Radio, Paris, France, Feb. 6, * Re: Person I Knew, Turn Out the Stars, The Two Lonely People, Gloria's Step, Waltz for Debby, What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? Bill Evans Live in Paris, , Vol. 2 (Esoldun.
  3. Bill Evans' 'The Paris Concert: Edition Two' is a live album recorded on November 29, with Marc Johnson and Joe LaBarbera and released in by Elektra tactlirimisapatderpternyawithdvipa.coinfo Listing: tactlirimisapatderpternyawithdvipa.coinfo: Person I Knew (Bill Evans) - tactlirimisapatderpternyawithdvipa.coinfo'S Theme (Gary Mcfarland) - tactlirimisapatderpternyawithdvipa.coinfo To Evan (Bill Evans) -.
  4. Artist: Bill Evans Title Of Album: Live In Paris, Year Of Release: Label: Esoldun Genre: Jazz, Piano Jazz Format: FLAC (Tracks) Total Time: Total Size: 1,12 GB Arti.
  5. The Bill Evans Album; Columbia; CK Live In Paris Vol.1; Esoludun; FCD Live In Paris Vol.2; Esoludun; FCD Living Time; Columbia; KC Live In Paris Vol.3; Esoludun; FCD Yesterday J Heard The Rain; Bandstand; BDCD Bill Evans Live In Tokyo; ;CBS Sony; SRCS; 1 CD.
  6. The Paris Concert: Edition One is a live album by jazz pianist Bill Evans with Marc Johnson and Joe LaBarbera recorded in Paris, France in and originally released on the Elektra/Musician label. [1] [2] [3] Additional recordings from this concert were released as The Paris Concert: Edition Two.
  7. BILL EVANS TRIO Live In Paris Vol 1 (Fantastic French only 7-track CD album featuring Eddie Gomez on Bass & Marty Morrell on Drums. Recorded live 6th February at la Maison de la Radio Paris. Fold-out picture sleeve inner with sleeve notes in French & English all housed in a jewel case FCD) [ - E01D - FP].
  8. "Bill Evans was a brilliant jazz pianist with a distinctive touch and an impressionist style. In the late '50s, he was instrumental in solidifying Miles Davis' modal concepts introduced on Kind of Blue, contributing the liner notes to that album as well as co-authoring "Blue in Green" and "Flamenco Sketches" (although he is not credited with the latter, it is built up on a progression from his.

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