viernes, 24 de abril de 2009

Bill Evans Trio ´65 - (1965)

Bill Evans Trio

Bill Evans (p) Chuck Israels (b) Larry Bunker (d)
NYC, February 3, 1965
65VK254IsraelVerve V/V6 8613
65VK256'Round About Midnight-
65VK257Love Is Here To Stay-
65VK258How My Heart SingsVerve VK 10360, V/V6 8613
65VK259Who Can I Turn To?-
65VK260Come Rain Or Come ShineVerve V/V6 8613
65VK261If You Could See Me Now-
* Bill Evans - Trio '65 (Verve V/V6 8613)
= The Complete Bill Evans On Verve (Verve 314 527 953-2)
* Bill Evans - How My Heart Sings c/w Who Can I Turn To? (Verve VK 10360)


"The recordings he was making with Israels and Bunker in those years were of uneven quality. The performance modules of the three had crystallized into a tension-free approach which was naturally affected by Evans' aesthetics and choice of repertoire. "Trio '65 [Verve CD 314 519 808-2]" is by far the most representative product of this period. Here Evans recorded, for the first time, a song that he had recently discovered, Who Can I Turn To?, which he seems to mold into a composition of his own. One of the album's peaks is his interpretation of Monks 'Round Midnight, which he "Evansizes", entering with authority and delicacy into a world he had always deeply admired."
(Bill Evans: Ritratto d’artista con pianoforte/Bill Evans: The Pianist as an Artist.Enrico Pieranunzi, Rome 1999, Stampa Alternativa)

3 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

Anónimo dijo...

Wonderful thank you!

Alberto Pez dijo...

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