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9 thoughts on “ Time Remembered - Fred Hersch - Evanessence: A Tribute To Bill Evans (CD, Album) ”

  1. This CD is one of my favorites in my jazz collection, not only is a wonderful tribute to Bill Evans, with all 13 tracks written by Bill, but a great trio. Together with Andrea Dulbecco-vibes and Bebo Ferra-guitar. this is one CD you must hear, if a Evans fan or not, this one is Italy's best! Danish Radio Orchestra with Jim McNeely.
  2. Recorded in and released in Japan, this tribute to Evans now comes to America, bringing a program of Bill Evans material, but with his own personal spin by doing things in a different way. Hersch has a track record of staying true to himself and making records that are worth listening to and owning. This is one near the top of the list/5(6).
  3. Pianist Fred Hersch can hang one more star in the sky for yet another stunning tribute CD that pays homage to one of jazz's defining voices, pianist Bill Evans. After tribs to Billy Strayhorn (Passion Flower), Rodgers and Hammerstein (Plays Rodgers and Hammerstein) and Thelonious Monk (Thelonious), Hersch has covered it all, from sublime.
  4. Initially released in Japan in , Evanessence didn't come out in the U.S. until the Philadelphia-based Evidence Music reissued it in This excellent CD finds Hersch (who evolved into one of the finest acoustic pianists of the s) paying tribute to the person he 8/
  5. This is a chronological list of Bill Evans tribute albums.. Seven Steps to Evans by Gordon Beck, Tony Oxley, Kenny Wheeler, Stan Sulzmann, Ron Mathewson Elegy For Bill Evans by Richie Beirach Bill Evans - A tribute by Chick Corea, George Shearing, Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Rowles, Teddy Wilson, Denny Zeitlin Oracle's Destiny by Michel Petrucciani.
  6. The capacity crowd had assembled to hear a formidable assemblage of pianists deliver a tribute to the musical genius of Bill Evans. This year marks the 20th year since Evans passing, and he would have turned 70 in August of The evening would reveal not only insights.
  7. Evans's desire to pursue his own projects as a leader (and increasing problems with drug use) led him to leave the Davis sextet in late Shortly after, he recorded Everybody Digs Bill Evans, documenting the wholly original meditative sound he was exploring at the pakmonafiratgitharawingwhoterca.xyzinfo Evans came back to the sextet at Davis's request to record the jazz classic Kind of Blue in early
  8. The album is a unique and intimate piano-solo journey with several songs written by Zindars for Bill Evans. The album includes a page book about the life of Zindars and his songs and about his role in the artistic evolution of Bill Evans.
  9. Evanessence: A Tribute To Bill Evans / Fred Hersch PCCY (Nov 21, ) PCCY (Mar 20, ) Aug 1. My Bells 2. Turn out the Stars 3. You Must Believe in Spring 4. Evanessence 5. Nardis/Lonely Woman 6. We Will Meet Again 7. Peri's Scope 8. Time Remembered 9. I Wish I Knew Remembering the Rain Alice in Wonderland: Fred.

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