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Bill Evans - From Left To Right (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Aug 01,  · My first Bill Evans Record Vinyl LP (OJC, , USA) Track: Israel Thanks to Fred for selling to me this vinyl copy at a great offer. You can also find many LP artistes @: https://www.
  2. From Left to Right, an Album by Bill Evans. Released in February on MGM (catalog no. SE; Vinyl LP).
  3. Label: MGM Records - SE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Instrumental, Contemporary Jazz, Bop Bill Evans - From Left To Right (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(36).
  4. Of two albums Bill Evans have recorded for Columbia Records in the early’s, this extravagant award-winning masterpiece from captures him at a high point in his music career. The Bill Evans Album would showcase ‘the only real Bill Evans’, as Orin Keepnews, Bill’s first producer who first discovered him in and produce this/5(29).
  5. Apr 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bill Evans Trio – "Waltz For Debby" / Vinyl, LP, Album YouTube Bill Evans - Sunday at the Village Vanguard ( Album) - Duration: BillEvansArchive.
  6. History. The album was the fourth and final effort from the unit—LaFaro died in a car accident just ten days after the live date at the Village Vanguard from which Waltz for Debby and its predecessor, Sunday at the Village Vanguard were taken. The loss of LaFaro hit Evans hard, and he went into a .
  7. The following is a listing of the jazz pianist Bill Evans' original albums. He recorded over 50 albums as a leader between 19and also played as a sideman on nearly as many more. From Left to Right: with orchestra conducted by Michael Leonard MGM 2-LP reissue of Riverside release New Jazz Conceptions, with 6 bonus.
  8. Bill Evans was certainly the most important and seminal pianist in jazz after Bud Powell, and if "The Bill Evans Album" leads listeners to discover the crowning jewels in his discography (all three of the Evans-LaFaro sessions on Riverside and the woefully under-rated, misunderstood music of his final trio, including "Consecration" and "Last /5(29).

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