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In Europe - Concert & Tv Broadcasts 1964 To 1975

In Europe - Concert & Tv Broadcasts 1964 To 1975 - 2006

Bill Evans Trio - In Europe - Concert & Tv Broadcasts 1964 To 1975 - 2006
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Technical info

  • Regions: 0
  • Disc number: 1
  • Production year: 1975
  • Release year: 2006
  • Runtime: 55 Minutes
  • Audience Rating: G (General Audience)
  • Package: Dvd Case
  • Screen ratios: Fullscreen (4:3)
  • Support: DVD: Single side, single layer
  • Colour: Colour + Black and white
  • Compilation: No
  • Concert: Yes
  • Video: No
  • Documentary: No
  • Former rent: No
  • Used: No

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  • English - Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Rare European material from Bill Evans' TV appearances there in the 60s -- packaged here with some even more interesting extra bits from the 70s!
Most of the 60s material is in black and white, and features Evans with his trio of bassist Chuck Israels and drummer Larry Bunker -- first 6 tracks on the DVD are from a 1965 broadcast from London, followed by 1 more tune from a 1964 Stockholm program.
Titles for these tracks include "How My Heart Sings", "Nardis", "Who Can I Turn To", "Waltz For Debby", and "My Foolish Heart".
These are followed by a Copenhagen broadcast from 1970, featuring Evans with Eddie Gomez and Marty Morell on "Emily".

Bonus material includes some non-European TV material -- including a solo piano performance of "I Loves You Porgy" from New York in 1969; a duet with Eddie Gomez on "Up With The Lark" from Monterey in 1975; and another track from the same festival, featuring a unique 4-pianist take on "Billie's Bounce" with Evans, Patrice Rushen, John Lewis, and Marian McPartland.




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