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Bill Evans & Jim Hall

A harmonically advanced cool-toned and subtle guitarist, Jim Hall was an inspiration to many guitarists, including some (such as Bill Frisell) who sound nothing like him. Hall attended the Cleveland Institute of Music and studied classical guitar in Los Angeles with Vicente Gómez. He was an original member of the Chico Hamilton Quintet (1955-1956), and during 1956-1959 was with the Jimmy Giuffre Three. After touring with Ella Fitzgerald (1960-1961) and sometimes forming duos with Lee Konitz, Hall was with Sonny Rollins' dynamic quartet in 1961-1962, recording The Bridge. He co-led a quartet with Art Farmer (1962-1964), recorded on an occasional basis with Paul Desmond during 1959-1965 (all of their quartet performances are collected on a Mosaic box set), and then became a New York studio musician. He was mostly a leader during the following years and, in addition to his own projects for World Pacific/Pacific Jazz, MPS, Milestone, CTI, Horizon, Artist House, Concord, MusicMasters, and Telarc, Jim Hall recorded two classic duet albums with Bill Evans. A self-titled collaboration with Pat Metheny followed in 1999. A flurry of studio albums, reissues, and compilations followed throughout the next few years, with the exceptional Jim Hall & Basses standing out for its bass/guitar duet format. Jim Hall died at his apartment in Manhattan on December 10, 2013; he was 83 years old. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi
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Captures and releases the dark soul of midnight hour. Genius!
Bill Evans must have had a big courageous heart to listen to things that he heard inside and figure out how to play them, sounds that were never heard before. Make a joyful noise!
brendabrie
be still my heart...
This cat is cool and talented.
intuition where one player knows exactly where the other cat is going to go.- this stuff is nice
As a fan of I have been listening to Bill Evans for a number of years now and There are two unique interpretati o n s of his playing over which he has complete control. The first is his ability to stretch harmony without giving it up letting it go where it will. It is a rare occassion that listening to the selections from the Great American Song book when the listener cant identify where in not more than 3 or 4 measures the place in the song isn't clear. The second quality that he is the absolute
NICE!!!!!! Is there more to say
jammex99
Hard to imagine anyone listening to Undercurrent and finding fault. Talk about deep influence in music, Miles would not have been Miles without knowing Bill Evans.
Whoever writes these bios obviously has his/her biases in everything from the level of talent a particular artist has to the how enduring thier legacy will be. This is just another case where I disagree regarding the overall historical significance of "the thinking mans pianist."
raulg1
William Evans would be a nice way to go for the sax player..I'm a musician that plays guitar and it would be the same if my name was Wes Montgomery.. . I t just doesn't fly...I would definitely change my name......
Lovc the style! Clean.
johnsrude
With all due respect to Bill Evans the sax player, it's a crying shame that you don't have the ability to choose just Bill Evans the piano player when you create a station. Bill Evans the pianist invented and synthesized an entire jazz vocabulary by calling on the classical tradition. With all due respect to Bill Evans the sax player, (which is who you get when you choose "Bill Evans"), he just isn't in the same league.

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