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9 thoughts on “ Nardis - Bill Evans - Conversations With Myself (CD)

  1. History. Explorations was the second album Evans recorded with his trio of Scott LaFaro on bass and Paul Motian on drums. Evans considered it one of his favorites from this period. Producer Orrin Keepnews in the liner notes talks about the two extra pieces that were released on the CD, "Beautiful Love (take 1)" and "The Boy Next Door"; the first version of "Beautiful Love" to be included in.
  2. May 29,  · Conversations With Myself Feb.9, Skip navigation 8 videos Play all Conversations With Myself - Bill Evans ktdchon22; "Spartacus" Love Theme - Nardis - Bill Evans Solo - Duration:
  3. Evans played Glen Gould's piano, CD , on the recording that was created from a 'conversation' between the first two takes with subtle embellishments added on the third take. As it says on the liner notes of the album regarding 'Bill three': 'He was their Greek chorus /5(37).
  4. Bill Evans Trio () with Lee Konitz,& Warne Marsh -
  5. CD extras: The Boy Next Door; Beautiful Love (take 1) How Deep Is The Ocean? (take 2) I Wish I Knew (take 2) CD £; LP, G £; Bill Evans Time Remembered. CD £ Bill Evans Conversations With Myself. CD £ LP £ Bill Evans The Bill Evans Album. CD £ Bill Evans The Paris Concert Edition One. CD £ Bill Evans.
  6. First of all, Conversations with Myself is, for me, one of the greatest records ever made and that album began my love affair with Bill Evans. The Spartacus track is my favorite recorded single track of all time. So of course I snapped up Further Conversations the week it came out/5(6).
  7. Also noteworthy is Miles Davis' "Nardis," which Evans first played on a Cannonball Adderley set a couple of years before. Bill Evans - Montreux II () [Blu-Spec CD] Bill Evans - Further Conversations With Myself () [Hi-Res] Bill Evans & Scottish National Jazz Orchestra - Beauty & The Beast () Bill Evans - Living in the Crest.
  8. Glenn Gould's beloved Steinway piano that he used exclusively after is the instrument that Bill Evans used when he recorded the album Conversations with Myselfin in Webster Hall. "By the way, Bill is playing Glenn Gould's piano on that album, the one Glenn kept in New York.

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