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Bill Evans -2013 Jim Hall - Undercurrent L'album des
Bill Evans -2013 Jim Hall - Undercurrent L'album des
Interprète: Bill Evans -2013 Jim Hall
Titre: Undercurrent
Label: Not Now Music
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1962
Cat: NOT2LP174
Classement: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 1177 mb | taille MP3: 2728 mb | taille WMA: 1930 mb
Genre: Jazz

2My Funny Valentine
3Dream Gypsy
4Darn That Dream
5I Hear A Rhapsody
6Skating In Central Park




Undercurrent - Bill Evans, Jim Hall. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Undercurrent is a 1962 album by jazz pianist Bill Evans and jazz guitarist Jim Hall. The duo collaborated again in 1966 on the album Intermodulation. The front cover image for Undercurrent is Toni Frissell's photograph Weeki Wachee Spring, Florida. The album was originally released on United Artists, then reissued by Solid State in 1968. More recently, the album was reissued on EMIBlue Note in fact, both Blue Note and United Artists Records have been owned for a long time by EMI. The original LP. My Funny Valentine 2. I Hear a Rhapsody 3. Dream Gypsy 4. Romain 5. Skating in Central Park 6. Darn that Dream 7. Stairway to the Stars 8. Album 1962 10 Songs. Undercurrent Bill Evans. Scott LaFaro, Paul Motian & Chuck Israels. You Must Believe In Spring. Reissued, Remastered. Bill Evans Jim Hall Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Terms and Conditions. Bill Evans and Jim Hall, two modern jazz giants, were in peak creative form at the time, Evans leading his own trio and Hall working with Sonny Rollins's quartet at the time. These two masters challenge and complement each other brilliantly on a series of standards and jazz originals. Completa tu colección de Bill Evans - Jim Hall. Song Romain from the album Undercurrent 1962, played by two great jazz musicians, Bill Evans & Jim Hall. This transcription has been really tough to transcribe because of all the nuances used by the musicians and the counterpoint they show. It was a great experience and I loved to learn and play their solos in this song