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Round Midnight - Bill Evans - Conversations With Myself (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Round Midnight - Bill Evans - Conversations With Myself (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Yozshulrajas
    Drugs, non-focused career management, and bad luck had all conspired to place Bill Evans on tenuous ground, career wise, in An idea, however, the an album of Bill Evans playing with Bill Evans was hatched, and Evans was game. The rest, as they say, is myawamufdidesreirostowartheotramen.coinfo rather the album Conversations With Myself.
  2. Mudal
    May 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Round About Midnight - Bill Evans YouTube Bill Evans Solo Sessions I-II ( Albums) - Duration: BillEvansArchive , views.
  3. Gukinos
    " ' Round Midnight" is a composition by pianist Thelonious Monk that quickly became a jazz standard and has been recorded by a wide variety of artists. A version recorded by Monk's quintet was added to the Grammy Hall of Fame in [1].
  4. Kajilar
    Conversations with Myself is a collection of songs comprised of legend Bill Evans playing three piano parts "simultaneously" via overdubbing. The results vary, even in the same song, from being completely brilliant to a mess. I'm glad Evans had the foresight to not call this Playing with Myself.
  5. Grojar
    Bill Evans: Conversations With Myself (LP, Vinyl record album) - Bill Evans meets Bill Evans – in a uniquely-styled session that features overdubbed solo lines -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store. Scripting is disabled or not working.
  6. Kazrarn
    A classic of its kind. For this Verve project, Conversations with Myself, Bill Evans recorded three piano parts via overdubbing. Aptly titled, the music on this LP has a surprising amount of spontaneity, with Evans constantly reacting to what he had just recorded, and the results are sometimes haunting.
  7. Kigagami
    Stunning Deep Groove Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated Gatefold Cover. “Often Stirring Controversy For No Key Or Good Reason, Conversations With Myself Has Bill Evans Utilizing The Sound-On-Sound Technique Of Reel-To-Reel Tape Recording Available In The s To Play Simultaneous Twin Pianos.
  8. Kahn
    Pianist Bill Evans() recorded this controversial album at Webster Hall, New York City on February 6, 9 & 20, Some have criticised Evans' three-way piano overdubs with himself as 'artificial' but this technique had been used as early as by Sidney Bechet('The Sheik of Araby') and Lennie Tristano in ('Turkish Mambo')/5(35).

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