Nardis - The Bill Evans Trio - Turn Out The Stars (CD, Album)

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  1. The second set finds the trio stretching out a bit more, with a brisk take of "My Romance" and a sparkling rendition of Evans' delicate ballad "Sugar Plum." The pianist's emotional side is prominent in his ballad "The Two Lonely People" and the moving take of Michel Legrand's timeless ballad "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life," while he turns "Who Can I Turn To" into a playful, upbeat.
  2. May 16,  · There are no fewer than 3 recordings of Bill Evans music bearing the title "Turn Out the Stars," all 3 recorded, moreover, during the final 3 months of his life. Two of the albums (which I have yet to listen to) refer to his last session at the Village Vanguard in Manhattan.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bill Evans Trio* - Quiet Now at Discogs. Complete your Bill Evans Trio* collection.
  4. Listen to Medley: "Spartacus" Love Theme / Nardis, a song by Bill Evans on TIDAL. Home Featured About. Log in Start Free Trial Start Free Trial The Definitive Bill Evans on Riverside and Fantasy Speak Low (Album Version) Bill Evans.
  5. Nardis - Bill Evans by ktdchon Yet Ne'er Broken - Bill Evans by ktdchon Turn Out The Stars - Bill Evans by ktdchon Days Of Wine And Roses - Bill Evans.
  6. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: 6x, CD Album Box Set Limited Edition, Numbered • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz, Modal, Bop The Bill Evans Trio - Turn Out The Stars (, CD) | Discogs/5(4).
  7. Though these extraordinary recordings were made only months before pianist Bill Evans' untimely death on September 15, , at the age of 51, they capture a beginning for more than an end. The performances on these six CDs - which feature newly written originals as well as brilliant interpretations of the standards that Evans loved -were recorded on the evenings of June 4, 5, 6 and 8, /5(17).
  8. Bill Evans Format: Audio CD. Turn Out the Stars by Bill Evans () Audio CD. $ is overall a better album, capturing the interplay of the trio more effectively along with displaying Evans' impassioned lyricism on a superior-sounding instrument. But once you get caught up in the spellbinding singing of Evans on these final /5(15).

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