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  1. Bill Evans is an album by Paul Motian on the German JMT label. It was released in 1990 and features nine compositions by pianist Bill Evans (Motian’s former employer) performed by Motian with guitarist Bill Frisell, tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano and bassist Marc Johnson.

  2. The Bill Evans Album is an album by the jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in 1971 on the Columbia label. It is his first album to feature all compositions written (or co-written), arranged and performed by him. It was the first recording in which Evans used a Fender Rhodes piano.

  3. Bill Evans with Marc Johnson (JMT, 1990) Motian in Tokyo (JMT, 1991) On Broadway Volume 3 with Lee Konitz and Charlie Haden (JMT, 1991) Trioism (JMT, 1994) At the Village Vanguard (JMT, 1995) Sound of Love (Winter & Winter, 1997) I Have the Room Above Her (ECM, 2005) Time and Time Again (ECM, 2007)

  4. 7 de oct. de 2021 · Bill Evans – The Bill Evans Album. More images. Tracklist. Credits (11) Eddie Gomez. Bass. John Berg. Design [Cover] Marty Morell. Drums. Pete Weiss (2) Engineer [Recording, Re-mix] Fred Binkley. Liner Notes. Elton Schelin * Mastered By. Show more credits... Versions. Filter by. Format. Labels & Companies. Country. Year. 51 versions.

  5. For a more comprehensive list of recordings, guest appearances and collaborations, please see Bill's Wikipedia page or his Discogs page. collaborations Kramer - The Brill Building, Book Two

  6. William Richard Frisell, más conocido como Bill Frisell (18 de marzo de 1951) es un guitarrista y compositor estadounidense. Carrera [ editar ] Es uno de los guitarristas más conocidos de jazz desde finales de los años 1980, que ha compuesto una obra ecléctica integrada por folk progresivo, música clásica, música country, noise y muchos ...

  7. 4 de ene. de 2023 · Jazz. Label: Blue Note. Reviewed: January 4, 2023. The 71-year-old guitarist has long been known as a peerless interpreter of American musical forms, but on these 13 diaristic originals, he reveals...