Since We Met

The Bill Evans Trio

Since We Met
  • CAT # OJCCD-622-25

    1. Since We Met 8:52
    2. Midnight Mood 6:53
    3. See-Saw 6:22
    4. Sareen Jurer 6:39
    5. Time Remembered 5:27
    6. Turn Out The Stars 5:05
    7. But Beautiful 7:40

In 1974, Bill Evans recorded again at the Village Vanguard, the scene 13 years earlier of his glorious trio performances with bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian. The 1961 recordings had firmly established Evans as the most important jazz piano stylist since Bud Powell and now he was lionized around the world as a performer and a major influence in music. This new trio with bassist Eddie Gomez and Marty Morell had a character of its own, and Evans's playing had a quality of happy aggressiveness that reflected his optimism and assurance in the company of Gomez and Morell. He was glad to be in the Village Vanguard and in the vanguard of his art.

with Eddie Gomez, Marty Morell

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