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How My Heart Sings - Bill Evans Trio* - Trio 65 (CD, Album)

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  1. Trio 65 Bill Evans Trio Jazz ; Listen on 2 Elsa 3 'Round Midnight Bill Evans 4 Love Is Here To Stay 5 How My Heart Sings 6 Who Can I Turn To? 7 Come Rain Or Come Shine This Compilation ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Also Available in iTunes More By Bill Evans Trio See All. Keepnews Collection: Portrait.
  2. 1 day ago · Label: Waxtime - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue g • Country: Spain • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop Bill Evans Trio* - How My Heart Sings (, g, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(15).
  3. Although all eight of the selections heard on this Verve release have been recorded on other occasions by pianist Bill Evans, these renditions hold their own. Teamed up with bassist Chuck Israels and drummer Larry Bunker (his regular trio of ), Evans plays definitive versions of such songs as Johnny Carisi 's "Israel," "How My Heart Sings," "Who Can I Turn To," and "If You Could See Me Now."8/
  4. Trio '65 () Bill Evans Trio with Symphony Orchestra () Trio '65 is a studio album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans and his Trio, released in Reception. Professional ratings; Review scores "How My Heart Sings" (Earl Zindars) – "Who Can I Turn To?".
  5. The second of the trio albums Bill Evans recorded with a reformed group comprising Chuck Israels and Paul Motian, with both albums recorded at much the same time. While the predecessor Moon Beams had largely featured ballads, the remaining tracks were more up-tempo, resulting in a more upbeat album in How My Heart Sings.
  6. Recorded in May and June of , at the same time as the Moonbeams sessions, How My Heart Sings shows a different side of the Bill Evans Trio than that all-ballads album. Here, the eight selections have a much more mid- and even up-tempo flair.8/
  7. Apr 22,  · Album: How my heart sings! () Bill Evans: piano, Chuck Israels: bass, Paul Motian: drums; Composition: Earl Zindars.
  8. How My Heart Sings was Evans' second recording with a trio after LaFaro's death. The bassist was Chuck Israels, who went on to record widely with Evans. The bassist was Chuck Israels, who went on to record widely with Evans.
  9. "Bill Evans was a brilliant jazz pianist with a distinctive touch and an impressionist style. In the late '50s, he was instrumental in solidifying Miles Davis' modal concepts introduced on Kind of Blue, contributing the liner notes to that album as well as co-authoring "Blue in Green" and "Flamenco Sketches" (although he is not credited with the latter, it is built up on a progression from his.

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