Tag: Bill Evans

Song Of The Day: Kids On A Crime Spree, “When Can I See You Again?”

The Recoup Song Of The Day for Monday, November 15th is “When Can I See You Again?” by Kids On a Crime Spree, taken from the forthcoming Slumberland Records release Fall In Love Not In Line.

Add Some Music To Your Day #4: Variations On “Love Theme From Spartacus”

In today’s installment of Add Some Music To Your Day, we’re offering you a very compelling set that examines six variations on the Academy Award-winning Alex North composition ‘Love Theme From Spartacus.”

I’d Love To Turn You On: Classical And Avant-Garde Music That Inspired The Sixties Counter-Culture (El Records)

I’d Love To Turn You On: Classical And Avant-Garde Music That Inspired The Counterculture offers a fascinating peek behind the curtain of the artists and musicians that inspired the British underground in the late 1960s.

Bill Evans: Evans In England (Resonance)

The latest in a series of previously unheard music from jazz pianist Bill Evans, this set offers up a 1969 recording of a fine performance at the legendary jazz club Ronnie Scott’s.

Bill Evans: Evans In England (Resonance)

The latest in a series of previously unheard music from jazz pianist Bill Evans, this set offers up a 1969 recording of a fine performance at the legendary jazz club Ronnie Scott’s.

Bill Evans: The Quiet Passion of Bill Evans (él Records)

Bill Evans was easily one of the best jazz pianists of the 20th century, establishing himself with an impressive array of albums of his own. Yet he also was an in-demand musician, and this three-disc, four-hour set highlights just a smattering of his collaborations from his very fertile early years, while sprinkling in some choice selections from his own releases.

Bill Evans: The Quiet Passion of Bill Evans (él Records)

Bill Evans was easily one of the best jazz pianists of the 20th century, establishing himself with an impressive array of albums of his own. Yet he also was an in-demand musician, and this three-disc, four-hour set highlights just a smattering of his collaborations from his very fertile early years, while sprinkling in some choice selections from his own releases.

Bill Evans Trio: On A Monday Evening (Fantasy)

On A Monday Night is a recently discovered live performance from the Bill Evans Trio, taken from a late-career show. It’s a superb performance, even though there’s an odd tension in the air.

Bill Evans Trio: On A Monday Evening (Fantasy)

On A Monday Night is a recently discovered live performance from the Bill Evans Trio, taken from a late-career show. It’s a superb performance, even though there’s an odd tension in the air.

Twilight Music: Bob Brookmeyer & Bill Evans, “As Time Goes By” (1959)

This one-off collaboration was an experiment in sound. Don’t let the oddly phallic album cover scare you; this is a beautiful, unique take on a pop standard