• The Best Of Bill Evans

    • ASIN: B000UBOSVG

  • Smile With Your Heart: The Best of Bill Evans on Resonance

    • ASIN: B07SGHJHV2

  • The Best Of Bill Evans Live

    • ASIN: B07QBBJV1P

  • The Very Best Of The Bill Evans Trio

    • ASIN: B008PNW2KA

  • On A Monday Evening (Live)

    • ASIN: B01N24CY6B

  • Some Other Time: The Lost Session From The Black Forest

    • ASIN: B01DB7H614

  • Nardis (Album Version)

    • ASIN: B000UBLS6Y

  • Very Early

    • ASIN: B0013R5Z36

  • Best Of Bill Evans 1977-1980

    • ASIN: B07MJP5HFF

  • Live at Giannelli Square: Vol 1

    • ASIN: B0040JEYZE

  • The Best Of Bill Evans On Verve

    • ASIN: B07H13GDLF

  • Matrix (feat. Amy Shook & Frank Russo)

    • ASIN: B01M7MEM8E

  • My Foolish Heart (Album Version)

    • ASIN: B008PNW6GU

  • Autumn Leaves (Album Version)

    • ASIN: B008PNW2UU

  • What Is This Thing Called Love (Album Version)

    • ASIN: B008PNW3FE

  • Definitive Rare Albums Collection 1960-1966

    Despite his premature passing on 15th September 1980, after years of substance abuse, Bill Evans is as highly regarded today as ever he was and remains an icon of jazz for millions. This four disc

    • UPC: 55688889

  • Bill Evans Album (CD)

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    • UPC: 55691007

  • The Very Best Of The Bill Evans Trio

    2012 collection of the very best of the Bill Evans Trios Riverside recordings. Newly compiled, this is a must-have release for all jazz

    • UPC: 28829234

  • Bill Evans Album

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    • UPC: 28276801

  • Smile With Your Heart: The Best Of Bill Evans On Resonance (CD) (Digi-Pak)

    2019 collection. In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, Resonance is launching a series of compilations culled from its vast catalog highlighting both living artists as well as jazz greats of the past. In celebration of

    • UPC: 203316489

  • Bill Evans - Best of Bill Evans [CD]

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    • UPC: 28278553

  • Personnel: Bill Evans (piano); Teddy Kotick (bass); Paul Motian (drums).Recorded at Reeves Sound Studio, New York, New York on September 18 & 27, 1956. Originally released on Riverside (223). Includes liner notes by Orrin Keepnews.Digitally remastered by Danny Kopelson (1987, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).This groundbreaking recording was the first to feature then-unknown Bill Evans as a leader, and it also introduced a trio format of piano, bass, and drums, which would become Evans's standard format for playing and recording. NEW JAZZ CONCEPTIONS, recorded when Evans was just 26, merges his articulate, vigorous playing with the music of fellow Tony Scott Quartet musicians Teddy Kotick on bass and the extroverted Paul Motian on drums. The album's four original compositions include "Five," a witty, complicated song which makes clever use of the chords from "I Got Rhythm," and the disjointed, slightly off-kilter "Displacement," a study in a common Evans theme of playing against the meter and around the beat of a composition. The most remarkable material is the wonderfully eloquent piano solo, "Waltz for Debby," written for Evans's niece, which became perhaps the most renowned classic of his musical career.


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  • 5 Original Albums (CD)

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    • UPC: 169925376

  • Bill Evans - All the Best (FULL ALBUM - THE BEST OF JAZZ)

    Bill Evans - Greatest Hits (Full Album - THE BEST OF JAZZ)

    Jazz Piano - Bill Evans - Portrait In Jazz Complete [ Full Album ]