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Bill Evans Trio - The 1972 Ljubljana Concert (2013)

12-09-2014, 11:11
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Bill Evans Trio - The 1972 Ljubljana Concert (2013)

Artist: Bill Evans Trio
Title Of Album: The 1972 Ljubljana Concert
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Balcan Records
Genre: Jazz, Cool, Post-Bop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 66:43
Total Size: 388 MB


01. Announcement (1:25)
02. Very Early (6:32)
03. Gloria's Step (7:45)
04. Re: Person I Knew (7:00)
05. How My Heart Sings (5:05)
06. Twelve Tone Tune (T.T.T.) (6:36)
07. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? (6:01)
08. Nardis (16:03)
09. Waltz for Debby (5:48)
10. I'm Getting Sentimental over You (4:28)

Bill Evans - piano
Eddie Gomez - bass
Tony Oxley - drums

This release presents a never before heard performance with excellent sound quality by the great Bill Evans. Recorded live at the Ljubljana Jazz Festival in Ljubljana (then Yugoslavia, now Slovenia’s capital) on June 10, 1972, this is the only known recording of the Bill Evans Trio with English drummer Tony Oxley, celebrated for his free jazz collaborations with such outstanding musicians as Cecil Taylor, John McLaughlin, Gordon Beck, and Anthony Braxton, among others, and for his own work as a leader. Evans and Eddie Gomez were performing as a duo in London early that month when Oxley was invited by the pianist to join them. The result pleased them so much that they decided to play a few concerts together, from which the Ljubljana set seems to be the only complete surviving performance. A single tune from an early June set at Ronnie Scott’s in London also exists, and has been added here as a bonus.

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frav10   User offline   12 September 2014 15:13

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