Bill Evans - New Jazz Conceptions album FLAC
New Jazz Conceptions is the debut album as leader by jazz musician Bill Evans, released in 1957 on Riverside Records.
Several successful albums followed, such as Bill Evans at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Alone and The Bill Evans Album, among others.
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New Jazz Conceptions is the debut album as leader by jazz musician Bill Evans, released in 1957 on Riverside Records. Producer Orrin Keepnews of Riverside Records first determined to record Evans after hearing a tape of his playing. Eleven songs were recorded in the first session, including Evans' own "Waltz for Debby", which would prove to be his most recognized and recorded composition. New Jazz Conceptions was reissued in 2006 with a bonus track.
New Jazz Conceptions. By: Bill Evans (1956, Jazz). More albums from Bill Evans: Autumn Leaves by Bill Evans. Interplay by Bill Evans. Further Conversations With Myself by Bill Evans. Conversations With Myself by Bill Evans. What’s New by Bill Evans. s And Other Great Songs by Bill Evans. At Shelly’s Manne-Hole, Hollywood, California by Bill Evans.
Bill Evans' debut as a leader found the 27-year-old pianist already sounding much different than the usual Bud Powell-influenced keyboardists of the time. Even in 1956 (more than a year before he joined the Miles Davis Sextet), Evans had his own chord voicings and a lyrical yet swinging style
This 1956 session, Bill Evans’ first as a leader, is no different. The introverted pianist had to be virtually forced into recording as a leader, but these early explorations launched one of the most acclaimed and influential careers in the history of jazz. However, these are, at heart, exactly that: early explorations. Even at this stage he had the chops to make this a good piano jazz album, but in the end it’s not a very good Bill Evans album
New Jazz Conceptions. New Jazz Conceptions. As with many other Evans bonus cuts, these lack a bit of the fire of the original album cuts (Give the poor guy a break - he did not like recording and obviously didn't want these cuts released for a reason!) Some might consider them too "formal sounding" to be true "blues", but they are still excellent, enjoyable and instructive. What does this CD lack that later ones have? First, Scott Lafaro is not providing his groundbreaking bass accompaniments and solos
New Jazz Conceptions is the debut album as leader by jazz musician Bill Evans, released in 1957 on Riverside Records. A strong start to a rather significant career. David Rickert of All About Jazz noted the influence of Bud Powell and wrote "Even at this stage he had the.