The Bill Evans Trio – Explorations (Colored Vinyl)
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180g Colored Vinyl Edition!
When Bill Evans played those haunting exploratory notes that introduce So What on the Miles Davis album Kind Of Blue he made a lifelong impression on generations of music lovers. Bill thereafter launched a solo career greeted with the kind of critical acclaim the bespectacled, classically-trained Pianist no doubt found unsettling yet deeply satisfying. While his association with Miles, which included performing on the most influential Jazz album of all time, was relatively short, his time with the Bill Evans Trio was longer lasting and in many ways more productive. Certainly Explorations proved a great success when first released by the Riverside label in 1961. The trio was completed by Scott LaFaro on double bass and Paul Motian on drums, gave the leader the right combination of swing and subtlety needed to suit Evans’ sensitive and yet ultimately commanding style. It was the second album by the trio and Bill claimed it was his personal favourite. Explorations produced by Orrin Keepnews certainly impressed the Jazz critics of Billboard magazine who voted it the Best Piano LP of 1961 in their annual poll.
|A2.||Haunted heart||Orrin Keepnews|
|A3.||Beautiful love||Orrin Keepnews|
|B2.||How Deep Is The Ocean?||Orrin Keepnews|
|B3.||I Wish I Knew||Orrin Keepnews|
|B4.||Sweet And Lovely||Orrin Keepnews|
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