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Bill Evans - Jim Hall - Undercurrent Album


Performer: Bill Evans - Jim Hall
Genre: Jazz
Title: Undercurrent
Country: Japan
Released: 24 Oct 1990
Style: Cool Jazz
Label: Liberty
Catalog Number: TOCJ-5354
FLAC version ZIP size: 2386 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2982 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2532 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 540

Tracklist

1Romain5:21
2Dream Gypsy4:33
3Darn That Dream5:08
4My Funny Valentine5:23
5I Hear A Rhapsody4:38
6Skating In Central Park5:20

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UAJS 15003Bill Evans - Jim Hall Bill Evans - Jim Hall - Undercurrent ‎(LP, Album)United Artists RecordsUAJS 15003US1962
7243 5 38228 2 8Bill Evans / Jim Hall Bill Evans / Jim Hall - Undercurrent ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, IMS)Blue Note7243 5 38228 2 8EuropeUnknown
38.025.SBill Evans - Jim Hall Bill Evans - Jim Hall - Undercurrent ‎(LP, Album)United Artists Records38.025.SFranceUnknown
LAX-3112, UAS 15003Bill Evans, Jim Hall Bill Evans, Jim Hall - Undercurrent ‎(LP, Album, RE)United Artists Records, United Artists RecordsLAX-3112, UAS 15003Japan1976
SR 3084, SR-3084Bill Evans / Jim Hall Bill Evans / Jim Hall - Undercurrent ‎(LP, Album, RE)Solid State Records , Solid State Records SR 3084, SR-3084Japan1970

Credits

  • GuitarJim Hall
  • PianoBill Evans
  • ProducerAlan Douglas

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 4 988006 650633
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd

Album

Undercurrent is a 1962 album by jazz pianist Bill Evans and jazz guitarist Jim Hall. The duo collaborated again in 1966 on the album Intermodulation. The front cover image for Undercurrent is Toni Frissell's photograph Weeki Wachee Spring, Florida. The album was originally released on United Artists, then reissued by Solid State in 1968. More recently, the album was reissued on EMIBlue Note in fact, both Blue Note and United Artists Records have been owned for a long time by EMI. The original LP. They would collaborate again in 1966 for the follow-up - Bill Evans, Jim Hall. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Bill Evans & Jim Hall. Jazz 1962. Other Versions. Undercurrent Original Album plus Bonus Tracks. 9 Songs. 6 Songs. 10 Songs. More by Bill Evans & Jim Hall. The East End. Smile With Your Heart: The Best of Bill Evans on Resonance Records. Someday My Prince Will Come Live - Single. At Newport Live. The Gary Mcfarland Orchestra feat. Bill Evans. Quiet Now: Never Let Me Go. Featured On. Bill Evans Essentials. Jim Hall Essentials. Other than four piano solos from April 4, 1962, this set was pianist Bill Evans' first recordings after a hiatus caused by bassist Scott LaFaro's tragic death in a car accident. The first of two meetings on record in a duo format with guitarist Jim Hall, the collaborations are often exquisite. Both Evans and Hall had introspective and harmonically advanced styles along with roots in hard-swinging bebop. Reissued, Remastered. Bill Evans Jim Hall Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Terms and Conditions. Bill Evans and Jim Hall, two modern jazz giants, were in peak creative form at the time, Evans leading his own trio and Hall working with Sonny Rollins's quartet at the time. These two masters challenge and complement each other brilliantly on a series of standards and jazz originals. Undercurrent 1962. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Bill Evans , Jim Hall. Songs in album Undercurrent 1962. Bill Evans ft. Jim Hall - My Funny Valentine. Jim Hall - I Hear A Rhapsody. Jim Hall - Dream Gypsy. Jim Hall - Romain. Jim Hall - Skating In Central Park. Jim Hall - Darn That Dream. Jim Hall - Stairway To The Stars. Jim Hall - I'm Ge. Listen free to Bill Evans & Jim Hall Undercurrent. 1988 liner notes for first CD issue Perhaps the most notable difference between the ways musicians and fans listen to jazz lies in the attention musicians pay to interaction. Jazzmen hear not only a soloist but an entire group playing together: the subtle difference between lackluster and brilliant performances. This is why musicians go into raptures over, say, the playing of bassist Sam Jones or pianist Hugh Lawsonraptures fans reserve for recognized stars. Indeed, one frequently-discussed weakness of the curren. Complétez votre collection Bill Evans - Jim Hall. If Undercurrent, the first and superior of two piano, guitar collaborations by Bill Evans and Jim Hall, the other being Intermodulation produced four years later, were a book and not a record, then the blurbs on the back of the dust jacket might read: Filled with almost fugitive nuance and effortless interaction Perfection in spiritual and technical communication. Together, throughout the album, Evans and Hall sound like so much more than just a piano and guitar. Here we have minimalism stood on its head

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