The Interplay Sessions [2-fer]

Bill Evans

The Interplay Sessions 2 fer
  • CAT # MCD-47066-25

    1. You And The Night And The Music 7:05
    2. When You Wish Upon A Star 5:44
    3. I'll Never Smile Again (Take 7) 6:33
    4. Interplay 8:14
    5. You Go To My Head 5:03
    6. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams 6:23
    7. Loose Bloose 7:07
    8. Time Remembered 6:02
    9. Funkallero 6:11
    10. My Bells 5:23
    11. There Came You 5:51
    12. Fudgesicle Built For Four 4:30
    13. Fun Ride 5:15

During the seven year span at Riverside that launched his career, Bill Evans only twice recorded outside his customary trio format: in the summer of 1962, when he went into the studio in quintet settings involving some of the major jazz artists of the period. The results are combined in this package.

*#1-6 originally issued as Interplay (Riverside 445)

**#7-13 originally issued as part of The Interplay Sessions double-LP (Milestone 47055), as previously unreleased selections.

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