NEVER-BEFORE-RELEASED 1968 STUDIO ALBUM BY LEGENDARY PIANIST BILL EVANS IN TRIO, DUO AND SOLO SETTINGS WITH JAZZ GREATS EDDIE GOMEZ AND JACK DEJOHNETTE
RECORDED BY HANS GEORG BRUNNER-SCHWER AND JOACHIM-ERNST BERENDT AT MPS STUDIOS, VILLINGEN, GERMANY IN THE BLACK FOREST
Unique studio recording made on June 20, 1968, five days after the Bill Evans Trio's triumphant performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival
Only the second album — and the only studio album — to feature the Bill Evans Trio with brilliant drummer, Jack DeJohnette, and great bassist and Evans Trio veteran, Eddie Gomez
40-page CD booklet features interviews with Bill Evans Trio members Eddie Gomez and Jack DeJohnette and essays by celebrated author and critic Marc Myers, producer Zev Feldman and MPS Studios engineer and studio manager and German jazz authority Friedhelm Schulz, along with extraordinary rare and previously unpublished photographs by David Redfern, Giuseppe Pino, Jan Persson and Hans Harzheim, including two images by German Hasenfratz taken at the June 20, 1968 session.
These recordings were only recently discovered in the Brunner-Schwer family archives.
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