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Sunday at the Village Vanguard [Keepnews Collection]
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Album: Sunday at the Village Vanguard [Keepnews Collection]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Gloria's Step [take 2] More Info... 6:08
2)    My Man's Gone Now More Info... 6:25
3)    Solar More Info... 8:55
4)    Alice In Wonderland [take 2] More Info... 8:35
5)    All Of You Take 2 More Info... 8:20
6)    Jade Visions [take 2] More Info... 3:47
7)    Gloria's Step [take 3] More Info... 6:57
8)    Alice In Wonderland [take 1] More Info... 7:04
9)    All Of You [take 3] More Info... 8:05
10)    Jade Visions [take 1] More Info... 4:11
 

Album: Sunday at the Village Vanguard [Keepnews Collection]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Gloria's Step [take 2] More Info... 6:08
2)    My Man's Gone Now More Info... 6:25
3)    Solar More Info... 8:55
4)    Alice In Wonderland [take 2] More Info... 8:35
5)    All Of You Take 2 More Info... 8:20
6)    Jade Visions [take 2] More Info... 3:47
7)    Gloria's Step [take 3] More Info... 6:57
8)    Alice In Wonderland [take 1] More Info... 7:04
9)    All Of You [take 3] More Info... 8:05
10)    Jade Visions [take 1] More Info... 4:11
 
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  • Bill Evans Trio: Bill Evans (piano); Scott LaFaro (bass); Paul Motian (drums).
  • Recorded live at The Village Vanguard, New York, New York on June 25, 1961.
  • Bill Evans (Piano)/Bill Evans Trio (Piano): Bill Evans (piano); Scott LaFaro (bass instrument); Paul Motian (drums).
  • Audio Remasterer: Joe Tarantino.
  • Liner Note Authors: Ira Gitler; Orrin Keepnews.
  • Recording information: New York, NY (06/25/1961); Village Vanguard, New York, NY (06/25/1961).
  • Director: Sam Gay.
  • Photographers: Steve Schapiro; Donald Silverstein.
  • Jazz pianist Bill Evans began a quiet revolution in the early 1960s. Before Evans, jazz piano trios spotlighted the pianist while the others essentially accompanied him or her. Evans envisioned a trio where all three musicians were on an equal footing, where they'd truly interact. SUNDAY AT THE VILLAGE VANGUARD, recorded live in 1961, captures the original Bill Evans Trio at its peak. Drummer Paul Motian plays with grace, subtlety, and restraint that are equal to Evans's, and bassist Scott LaFaro (who also played with Ornette Coleman) has a rapport with the others that seems telepathic. Evans absorbed the bebop approach to the keys but also took inspiration from the suave pianism of Nat "King" Cole and 20th-century classical Impressionism. SUNDAY is piano trio jazz that's executed so beautifully one might not notice how complex it really is.
Professional Reviews
JazzTimes (5/03, pp.161-85) - "...A day when the Muse spoke as perhaps it has never spoken since to a jazz pianist in a live setting..."
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