Bill Evans At Town Hall
Download links and information about Bill Evans At Town Hall by Bill Evans. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 52:58 minutes.
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|1.||I Should Care||5:33|
|2.||Spring Is Here||5:00|
|3.||Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)||6:21|
|4.||Make Someone Happy||4:45|
|5.||In Memory of His Father Harry L. Evans (Solo)||13:42|
|7.||My Foolish Heart (Solo) [Live 1966 Town Hall]||4:50|
|8.||One for Helen||5:51|
This CD (which adds three songs including a previously unreleased version of "One for Helen" to the original LP program) is a superior effort by Bill Evans and his trio in early 1966. The last recording by longtime bassist Chuck Israels (who had joined the Trio in 1962) with Evans (the tastefully supportive drummer Arnold Wise completes the group), this live set features the group mostly performing lyrical and thoughtful standards; highlights include "I Should Care," "Who Can I Turn To" and "My Foolish Heart." However the most memorable piece is the 13½-minute "Solo - In Memory of His Father," an extensive unaccompanied exploration by Evans that partly uses a theme that became "Turn Out the Stars."