Bill Evans : We Will Meet Again - Anthology

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Sell date: 1/2008
Label: Warner Spec. Mkt. UK
Mfg's Catalog#: 111507
CDC Part#: 31820
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Probably the most influential pianist in Jazz, Bill Evans has left his mark on the likes of Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea and Brad Mehldau. The pianist on Miles Davis' quintessential 1959 album Kind of Blue and a key figure in the development of Jazz piano, Bill Evans was a pioneer in multi-track Jazz recording, a key player in the rise of modal Jazz, and a multiple Grammy Award winner. Covering the later part of his life, from the Warner Bros and Elektra. Studio and live recordings with his final trio (Johnson and La Barbera; considered the best since the LaFara-Motian team), to his collaboration with Toots Thieleman's, this anthology also includes part of the Village Vanguard set, recorded only a few months before his untimely death in 1980. Over 2 hours of music, some of it only available on the Village Vanguard box set (released in 1991 and now deleted).

Peri's Scope
We Will Meet Again
Tomato Kiss
B Minor Waltz (For Ellaine)
I Love My Wife
Gary's Theme
I Do It for Your Love
Theme From Mash
After You
For All We Know
Nobody Else But Me
Blue & Green
Reflections in D
Up With the Lark (Live)
I Do It for Your Love (Paris Concert 1 (Live)
Gary's Theme (Paris Concert 2) (Live)
Days of Wine & Roses (Village Vanguard 1980) (Live)
Knit for Mary F (Village Vanguard 1980) (Live)
If You Could See Me Now (Village Vanguard 1980) (Live)
Tiffany (Village Vanguard 1980) (Live)
Letter to Evan (Village Vanguard) 1980 (Live)
Minha (Village Vanguard 1980) (Live)
Nardis (Village Vanguard 1980) (Live)

People who buy bill evans CDS may also enjoy, in order of descending probability, the works of Bill Evans Trio, Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Oscar Peterson, Charles Mingus, Duke Ellington, Stan Getz, Art Pepper, Herbie Hancock, Dexter Gordon, Jackie Mclean, Mccoy Tyner, Wes Montgomery.