Letter To Evans
Download links and information about Letter To Evans by Renee Rosnes, The Drummonds, Ray Drummond, Billy Drummond. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 50:47 minutes.
|Artist:||Renee Rosnes, The Drummonds, Ray Drummond, Billy Drummond|
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|1.||You and the Night and the Music||6:17|
|3.||Pas De Trois||8:26|
|4.||Too Young To Go Steady||4:42|
|6.||I Hear a Rhapsody||4:28|
|8.||How My Heart Sings||6:19|
|9.||You'd Be so Nice To Come Home To||5:45|
Pianist Renee Rosnes, bassist Ray Drummond, and drummer Billy Drummond (her husband at the time), put together a fine tribute to the late pianist Bill Evans on these 2000 sessions, though they don't play any of his timeless compositions. Instead, they build upon his vast recorded legacy by interpreting standards and modern compositions that Evans enjoyed playing. While there is a touch of Evans' lyricism in Rosnes' playing, she is no mere copycat; while Ray Drummond's tasty, inventive basslines and Billy Drummond's light-handed percussion would have possibly been an excellent rhythm section for Evans. Rosnes' debt to Evans is most apparent in the upbeat treatment of Earl Zindars' "How My Heart Sings" and the brisk setting of "I Hear a Rhapsody." There are also a pair of tracks not associated with Evans. This CD was also issued by True Life as Pas de Trois, though with a slightly different track selection.