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Bill Evans Trio - Sunday at the Village Vanguard (1961/1987) [Cool Jazz / Post-Bop]; FLAC (image+.cue)

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Bill Evans Trio - Sunday at the Village Vanguard (1961/1987) [Cool Jazz / Post-Bop]; FLAC (image+.cue)

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Artist: Bill Evans Trio
Album: Sunday at the Village Vanguard
Genre: Cool Jazz / Post-Bop
Label: Riverside/OJC
Released: 1961/1987
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Tracklist:
  1. Gloria's Step (take 2) (6:12)
  2. Gloria's Step (take 3) (6:56)
  3. My Man's Gone Now (6:25)
  4. Solar (8:57)
  5. Alice in Wonderland (take 2) (8:32)
  6. Alice in Wonderland (take 1) (7:02)
  7. All of You (take 2) (8:20)
  8. All of You (take 3) (8:05)
  9. Jade Visions (take 2) (3:54)
  10. Jade Visions (take 1) (4:10)

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    Personnel:
  • Bill Evans - piano
  • Scott LeFaro - bass
  • Paul Motian - drums

Sunday at the Village Vanguard (and Waltz for Debby, its companion album) is one of the most important piano trio albums in history and a desert-island choice among many musicians. It marks the final appearance of bassist Scott LaFaro with Evans and drummer Paul Motian. LaFaro demonstrated a concept of jazz bass playing here that shattered traditional limits to how interactive and contrapuntal a bassline could be without totally abandoning its supportive function. He also soloed with unparalleled imagination and technical facility. The album also showed how Evans had refined an approach to solo improvisation in which the pulse was not as obvious as it had been in swing and bop approaches. And his extraordinarily high standards required that each improvised melodic idea be extensively developed, resulting in more continuity and pacing than was common to any previous modern style. The influence of what LaFaro and Evans laid out here was still being felt in the 1990s.
Review by Mark C. Gridley

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