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Title: The Bill Evans Album
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The Bill Evans Album is an album by the jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in 1971. At the Grammy Awards of 1972, The Bill Evans Album won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Solo and the Best Jazz Performance by a Group awards. The Bill Evans Memorial Library states it is the first recording in which Evans used a Fender Rhodes piano. The Bill Evans Album was reissued with three bonus alternative tracks by Sony in 2005. All songs by Bill Evans except where noted.
Although not as distinctive on the electric keyboard as he was on its acoustic counterpart, Evans sounds inspired by its possibilities and is heard in top creative form throughout the date.
The Bill Evans Album Q&A. Engineer, Mixing Pete Weiss. Producer Helen Keane. Fender Rhodes Bill Evans. More Bill Evans albums. Show all albums by Bill Evans.
The Bill Evans Album is an album by the jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in 1971. At the Grammy Awards of 1972, The Bill Evans Album won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Solo and the Best Jazz Performance by a Group awards The Bill Evans Album was reissued with three bonus alternative tracks by Sony in 2005. The Bill Evans Album. Studio album by. Bill Evans.
In fact, the "Bill Evans Album" would have been more satisfying if Bill had stuck with the Fender Rhodes for the duration: those stretches are the highlights of his playing on this occasion-arguably the best mainstream jazz ever recorded on the ubiquitous 1970s' instrument that, however brief an affair it enjoyed with Bill Evans, is still seen as a useful keyboard. It's actually remarkable that Bill Evans' music and reputation continue to rise to the top in discussions of jazz piano, given the damage to his piano voice-inflicted, first, by Verve (with a "bottled-up," frequency-limited piano sound that makes for especially painful listening on, for example, the "With Symphony Orchestra" recording) and, secondly, by Columbia (which was now confining its. jazz activities to electric, "fusion" music produced by Miles, McGlaughlin, Corea, Hancock).
|A2||The Two Lonely People|
|A4||Waltz For Debby|
|B1||T.T.T. (Twelve Tone Tune)|
|B2||Re: Person I Knew|
- Bass – Eddie Gomez
- Design [Cover] – John Berg
- Drums – Marty Morell
- Engineer [Recording, Re-mix] – Pete Weiss
- Liner Notes – Fred Binkley
- Mastered By – Elton Schelin*
- Photography By [Front Cover Photo] – Don Hunstein
- Piano [Steinway], Electric Piano [Fender-Rhodes] – Bill Evans
- Producer – Helen Keane
- Written-By – B. Evans*, J. Court* (tracks: A3)
|C 30855||Bill Evans||The Bill Evans Album (LP, Album)||Columbia||C 30855||US||1971|
|88697569362||Bill Evans||The Bill Evans Album (CD, RE, RM)||Columbia, Legacy||88697569362||Europe||2009|
|SBP 234070||Bill Evans||The Bill Evans Album (LP, Album)||CBS||SBP 234070||Australia||1971|
|C 30855||Bill Evans||The Bill Evans Album (LP, Album, RM, 180)||Speakers Corner Records||C 30855||Germany||2016|
|SOPC 57130||Bill Evans||The Bill Evans Album (LP, Album)||CBS/Sony||SOPC 57130||Japan||1971|