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Posts About Bill Evans at the Montreux Jazz Festival. He experiments more with harmonic dissonance and striking rhythmical contrasts, making this his most extroverted playing since his freshman release, New Jazz Conceptions.
Bill Evans' 1968 release, At the Montreux Jazz Festival, marks the beginning of stylistic changes for the legendary pianist. Only one year earlier, his At Town Hall release found his approach generally more introspective and brooding. In contrast, this set is more lively, playful, and experimental. Much of this is down to the active and intense drumming of Jack DeJohnette, who had joined the trio only a short time before this concert was recorded; longtime bandmate Eddie Gomez is also featured on this album. His energetic soloing adds veracity to tunes such as "Embraceable You". Evans, famous for a soft-spoken pianistic touch, seems driven to new vistas on this album.
Producer – Helen Keane. Reissue Producer – Richard Seidel. Recorded June 15, 1968 at the Casino de Montreux, Switzerland. Original sessions recorded by the technical department of Radio Suisse Romande. Digitally remastered directly from the original analog master tapes, PolyGram Studios, USA and PolyGram Sound Lab, Baarn, The Netherlands.
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The Bill Evans Album is an album by the jazz pianist Bill Evans, released in 1971. At the Grammy Awards of 1972, The Bill Evans Album won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Solo and the Best Jazz Performance by a Group awards. The Bill Evans Memorial Library states it is the first recording in which Evans used a Fender Rhodes piano. The Bill Evans Album was reissued with three bonus alternative tracks by Sony in 2005. All songs by Bill Evans except where noted.
Bill Evans - At The Montreux Jazz Festival. Label: Analogue Productions. The trio's performance on this album won them the 1969 Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group. By the time this set was recorded, live in Montreux on June 15, 1968, Eddie Gomez and Evans had been playing together for two years. Gomez provided a different brand of virtuosity to that offered by Scott LaFaro in Evans's classic trio of five years earlier but he was clearly the best bass player Evans had worked with since LaFaro's tragic death.
Partly because Evans give both Gomez and DeJohnette a lot of leeway and they take it. Of course, Evans characteristically gave his rhythm sections a lot of space and especially on this album you can hear some amazing solo work. I especially like DeJohnette's work, both in a supporting role as well as in a solo context. He is a virtuoso pianist (and composer) in his own right and it's powerful to listen to how connected he is to Evans. In fact, one critic thought the highlight of this album was the interplay between Evans and Gomez. Bill Evans once again produces the goods on this live 1968 recording. In his usual masterful style he covers some classic tracks by composers such as George Gershwin, Miles Davis and Bill Evans himself. Being a live performance, there is the usual tinkling of cutlery but it doesn't detract from a wonderful recording.
June 15, 1968, Montreux Jazz Festival, Casino De Montreux, Switzerland.