Bill Evans : Way To Play

CD [Cover Art for Bill Evans / Way To Play] Your Price: $22.89
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Sell date: 6/2012
Label: Proper Box UK
Mfg's Catalog#: 2002169
CDC Part#: 1656999
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Over 5 hours of music from Bill Evans, one of the most influential jazz musicians of his generation. He brought exceptional refinement and freshness to the jazz harmonic idiom. Lauded as one of the finest pianists that graced jazz's illustrious history, he inspired countless musicians that were to follow, including Keith Jarrett, Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea. Presented here are 60 tracks spanning from his earliest recordings to the ones made in the beginning of the 1960s, featuring compositions from both Evans and the likes of Miles Davis, Cole Porter, Dizzy Gillespie, George Gershwin and many more. Classic live and studio recordings with his legendary trio feature among the more obscure and rare tracks. This extensive Properbox collection comes as a 4 CD set together with an exceptionally enlightening 24 page booklet, complete discography and photos.

I Love You
Easy Living
Speak Low
Our Delight
No Cover, No Minimum -Take 2
I Got It Bad & That Ain't Good
Waltz for Debby
My Romance
Young & Foolish
Night & Day
What Is There to Say
Peace, Piece
Lucky to Be Me
Honeysuckle Rose
As Time Goes By
The Way You Look Tonight
It Could Happen to You
The Man I Love
I Got Rhythm
Peri's Scope
Spring Is Here
What Is This Thing Called Love
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Blue in Green -Take 3
Autumn Leaves
Someday My Prince Will Come
When I Fall in Love
Autumn Leaves
Our Delight
Beautiful Love
Five -Closing Theme
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Blue in Green
Haunted Heart
Beautiful Love
How Deep Is the Ocean
I Wish I Knew
Sweet & Lovely
My Foolish Heart
My Romance
Some Other Time
Gloria's Step
My Man's Gone Now
All of You
Alice in Wonderland
Detour Ahead
Waltz for Debby
Jade Visions

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.