Waltz For Debby

The Bill Evans Trio

Waltz For Debby MP3 OJCCD 210 25
  • CAT # OJCCD-210-25

    1. My Foolish Heart 4:55
    2. Waltz For Debby 7:00
    3. Waltz For Debby 6:46
    4. Detour Ahead 7:41
    5. Detour Ahead 7:17
    6. My Romance 7:11
    7. My Romance 7:26
    8. Some Other Time 5:02
    9. Milestones 6:31
    10. Porgy (I Loves You, Porgy) 6:09

This is the second of two Riverside albums made up of selections recorded by the classic Bill Evans/Scott LaFaro/Paul Motian trio at their legendary liverecording session of June 25, 1961. Although originally issued a half-year later than Sunday at the Village Vanguard (now OJCCD-140-2) this was by no means an afterthought collection of lesser items: Evans and producer Orrin Keepnews had immediately recognized that there was more than enough material for two top-level records. The dozen chosen performances were subdivided to enable the first album released to feature LaFaro–who had died in an auto accident just ten days after recording. Thus, this second collection can fairly be said to present a more typical overview of this remarkable unit at work.

with Scott LaFaro and Paul Motian

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