Intermodulation is a 1966 jazz album by pianist Bill Evans and jazz guitarist Jim Hall. It is a follow-up to their 1962 collaboration Undercurrent.
William John Evans (August 16, 1929 – September 15, 1980) was an American jazz pianist and composer who mostly played in trios. His use of impressionist harmony, inventive interpretation of traditional jazz repertoire, block chords, and trademark rhythmically independent, "singing" melodic lines continue to influence jazz pianists today
Secondly, Bill Evan. n electric piano? Well, the mountains all moved one inch to the left when that news was released but, would you believe it, Evans pulls it off with the help of bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Marty Morell. I say, ‘pulls it off’, his style is all over this album and his work is peerless with original tracks such as Funkallero, The Two Lonely People and Re: Person I Knew but the impact of this album might jar a tad with those who are used to his works on acoustic piano. I have to say now that not all of the album features the electric piano, just three of the seven tracks but, still, it’s still a headline event. On those terms, it’s an fascinating master because the clarity of the organic percussion and bass seems, at first, to clash with the natural midrange bloom of the electric piano on Funkallero but Evans soon draws you in and you soon forget the jarring aspect of the soundstage.
In fact, the "Bill Evans Album" would have been more satisfying if Bill had stuck with the Fender Rhodes for the duration: those stretches are the highlights of his playing on this occasion-arguably the best mainstream jazz ever recorded on the ubiquitous 1970s' instrument that, however brief an affair it enjoyed with Bill Evans, is still seen as a useful keyboard. It's actually remarkable that Bill Evans' music and reputation continue to rise to the top in discussions of jazz piano, given the damage to his piano voice-inflicted, first, by Verve (with a "bottled-up," frequency-limited piano sound that makes for especially painful listening on, for example, the "With Symphony Orchestra" recording) and, secondly, by Columbia (which was now confining its. jazz activities to electric, "fusion" music produced by Miles, McGlaughlin, Corea, Hancock).
Affinity is an album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans released in 1979, featuring Belgian harmonica player Toots Thielemans. Bill Evans plays a Fender Rhodes electric piano on many of the tracks. It is the recording debut for bassist Marc Johnson.
Veteran Bay Area jazz pianist Dick Conte dedicated his new CD. .Dick Conte, the noted Bay Area jazz pianist and DJ, sat at the Yamaha grand at Berkeley’s storied Fantasy Studios on Sept. 14 to record an album dedicated to his friend Bill Evans, the peerless pianist who’d picked out that piano for Fantasy and played it on classic records like the 1975 Bill Evans/Tony Bennett Album. The next day, Fantasy Studios closed for good.
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The Tony Bennett Bill Evans Album. Studio album by. Tony Bennett, Bill Evans. The following is a listing of the jazz pianist Bill Evans' original albums. He recorded over 50 albums as a leader between 1956 and 1980 and also played as a sideman on nearly as many more. He broke new ground in many of his piano trio, duet and solo recordings. Several of those won or were nominated for Grammy Awards. Intuition (Bill Evans album). Intuition is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in 1975. It was reissued on CD by Original Jazz Classics in 1990. Life Is Beautiful (Tony Bennett album).