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Bill Evans & Jeremy Steig - Whats New (CD, Album)

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  1. Been a fan of Bill Evans since the mids and this one does not disappoint. Had reserves about Jeremy Steig through the second listening of So What, but I've been cured of those. If you like bop-post-bop you'll be glad you sprung for this one.5/5(1).
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  3. This excellent CD pairs two Bill Evans' quartet albums featuring guest flautists. 'What's New' (tracks ) was recorded at Webster Hall, New York on January 3, February & March 11, with Evans (piano), Jeremy Steig (flute), Eddie Gomez (bass) & Monty Morell (drums)/5(18).
  4. This LP has the debut of drummer Marty Morell with Bill Evans and bassist Eddie Gomez, and this particular trio would retain the same personnel for six productive erurarmisitarnanagedodela.coinfoly, this is a quartet set with guest flutist Jeremy Steig, whose playing recalls Herbie Mann's recording with Evans back in the early '60s. Both flutists were always open to the influences of pop and rock, although in.
  5. What's New is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans with flautist Jeremy Steig which was released in on the Verve label.
  6. Ben Sidran / Life's a Lesson / CD / Jazz / It appears you are accessing WOW HD from United States. Would you prefer to shop using the US Dollar?
  7. What’s New is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow: This LP has the debut of drummer Marty Morell with Bill Evans and bassist Eddie Gomez, and this particular trio would retain the same personnel for six productive years.
  8. Before making a final purchase decision check out Bill Evans with the Flutists: What's New / Nirvana, which contains this album as well as Evans' collaboration with Herbie Mann. On that album you can compare and contrast the vastly different styles and musical approaches of two great flautists. Either way, though, you cannot go wrong/5(5).

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