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Remembering The Rain - Bill Evans - New Conversations (CD, Album)

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Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date January 29, Genre Jazz. Trio with Monty Budwig b , Shelly Manne d. The Solo Sessions, Vol. The Gary McFarland Orchestra. Conversations with Myself. Plays the Theme from The V. Time Remembered.

At Shelly's Manne-Hole. Trio with Gary Peacock b , Paul Motian d. The Bill Evans Trio "Live". Bill Evans Trio with Symphony Orchestra. Orchestra conducted by Claus Ogerman. Bill Evans at Town Hall. The Secret Sessions CD2 new. The Secret Sessions CD1 new. The Bill Evans Album. Verve Jazz Masters 5. The Solo Sessions Vol. His Last Concert In Germany. Music Of Bill Evans. Eloquence Vinyl. Alone Again Vinyl. The Tokyo Concert. More great tunes from a genius on the bench.

I have only a few years of collecting Bill's music and consider this a middle of the row from his catalog and really love tunes like "Remembering the Rain". Their is a diversity in the tempo in a few of the tunes on the Side A as Side B tended to be on the more chilled. Reply Notify me Helpful. New Conversations is an album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in New Conversations is Evans' third and final release in which he overdubs different piano tracks with his previously played track.

The first release recorded in this manner was Conversations with Myself followed by Further Conversations with Myself A noteworthy difference in this release is that Evans plays the Fender Rhodes electric piano as well as his customary acoustic piano.

The tune originated as a Crest toothpaste jingle. It was later elaborated and dedicated to Conrad Mendenhall, a friend who had died in a car accident. New Jazz Conceptions. Everybody Digs Bill Evans. Tenderly: An Informal Session. Recorded with Don Elliott and released posthumously in

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Evanessence: A Tribute To Bill Evans on Discogs. Label: Evidence (5) - ECD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Modal, Post Bop, Cool Jazz.

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for New Conversations - Bill Evans on AllMusic - - Bill Evans' third and final recording of.
  2. New Conversations, an album by Bill Evans on Spotify. Remembering The Rain. 7. After You. 8. The Lost Session From The Black Forest. Live at Art D'Lugoff's Top of the Gate. More Bill Evans. Listen to New Conversations now. Listen to New Conversations in full in the Spotify app. Play on Spotify.
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  4. Oct 13,  · Bill Evans is the fine wine of jazz pianists: smooth yet potent, dry yet detailed, subtle yet profoundly nuanced. Classically trained and naturally gifted, Evans was known for introducing new shades of harmony into the jazz chordal palette, and his work with “cool jazz” giants of the mid- to late s — from Chet Baker and Stan Getz to Lee Konitz and Miles Davis — would establish him.
  5. Bill Evans = ビル・エヴァンス* Bill Evans = ビル・エヴァンス* - New Conversations - Monologue, Dialogue, Trialogue = 未知の対話 - 独白・対話・そして鼎談 ‎ (LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records: PW: Japan: Sell This Version/5(5).
  6. New Conversations is an album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in New Conversations is Evans' third and final release in which he overdubs different piano tracks with his previously played track. The first release recorded in this manner was Conversations with Myself () followed by Further Conversations with Myself ().
  7. Of the three "Conversations" albums (Evans playing against himself on one or two other instruments), the final one, "New Conversations," is the most lyrical and experimental. It affirms, near the end of his career, his essential nature as a ballad composer with a sophisticated sense of musical form. Eight pieces, all haunting and thoughtful/5(19).
  8. The Bill Evans Album: The tune originated as a Crest toothpaste jingle. It was later elaborated and dedicated to Conrad Mendenhall, a friend who had died in a car accident. Displacement: New Jazz Conceptions: Epilogue: Everybody Digs Bill Evans: Short solo. Five: New Jazz Conceptions: It was for some years the Bill Evans Trio.

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