Bill Evans Some Other Time The Lost Session From The Black Forest
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Sign in or sign up to upload your press release. According Al Williams I Am Nothing Brand New Love Schulz, who was not physically present for the recording, on June 20, Evans, 38, Gomez, 23, and DeJohnette, 25, traveled across the Swiss border to Villingen, presumably by train, made the recording in the state-of-the-art MPS studio over several rushed hours in the early evening, spent the night in a local hotel and left the next day without incident.
On June Bill Evans Some Other Time The Lost Session From The Black Forest, the trio performed for a radio audience in Hilversum, the radio capital of Holland.
Yet as matter-of-fact as it was, the session carried an air of the uncanny. The pianist sat fully swept up and focused on his music. He hardly spoke; he seemed absent, apathetic. But he played, as if it were the last time in his life. A recording session without repetitions, without talking, only interrupted by occasional cigarette breaks. DeJohnette has a slightly different account of the session. According to DeJohnette, the session called for the type of abrupt adjustment that is a constant condition of touring.
Though he was not as rhythmically or harmonically free as DeJohnette, Evans appreciated the liberating influence of his adventurous drummer. Gomez, who in had been in the Evans trio for less than two years, has yet another interpretation of the Black Forest session. Kenny Dorham. Quiet Kenny is an album by the American jazz trumpeter Kenny Dorham of performances recorded in and released on the New Jazz label.
The album features Dorham's own composition "Lotus Blossom", which was earlier recorded by Various The Many Shades Of Soul Notes Volume Two Rollins under the title "Asiatic Raes".
The tune has been recorded under both titles subsequently. Essential Yusef Lateef Jazz For The Thinker Masters. Tommy Flanagan Trio. Know What I Mean?
Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans. It was released on Riverside label as RLP Barely noticeable on the album cover is a small picture of Bill Evans, directly underneath the sculpture to Adderley's right.
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