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01 bill evans trio, stan getz - grandfather's waltz.mp3 (Size: 84.56 MB) (Files: 14)

 01 bill evans trio, stan getz - grandfather's waltz.mp3

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 02 bill evans trio, stan getz - stan's blues.mp3

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 03 bill evans trio, stan getz - but beautiful.mp3

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 04 bill evans trio, stan getz - emily.mp3

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 05 bill evans trio, stan getz - lover man.mp3

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 06 bill evans trio, stan getz - funkallero.mp3

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 07 bill evans trio, stan getz - the peacocks.mp3

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 08 bill evans trio, stan getz - you and the night and the music.mp3

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 09 bill evans trio, stan getz - see-saw.mp3

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 10 bill evans trio, stan getz - the two lonely people.mp3

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Bill Evens Trio - But Beautiful w Stan Getz
Original Release Date: August 1974
Label: Milestone
Bitrate: 224-320 kbps

"This is the second and most successful of the recorded musical meetings between two giants. The first was a 1964 studio session that, for various reasons,

didn't click; "But Beautiful," on the other hand, is a 1974 European concert recording kept in the vaults until 1995. It's a strong outing by Getz ( don't be thrown

by previous reviews ) but a rather tentative, uneven offering on Bill's part. There's some extra-musical drama unfolding during the concert. Bill was miffed when

Stan, despite earlier assurances, launched into an unannounced, unrehearsed blues, "Stan's Blues," for the second number of the set. As a result, he sat

impassively at the piano, refusing to play and even forbidding Eddie Gomez to take a bass solo. Under the circumstances, Getz carries on practically heroically,

taking the tune entirely upon his own shoulders and submitting a series of inventive, grooving choruses in F. The next tune is "But Beautiful," and Bill does

something I've never heard him do on record: he loses track of the chord progression for the last eight bars of the song during Getz' solo!After this halting

beginning, the foursome settles down, with Bill's trio turning in an uncharacteristically swinging, straightahead set behind the irrepressible Stan, especially on a

driving "Funkallero." Then immediately following "The Peacocks" Stan more than makes amends to Bill, offering him a big bouquet of musical roses in the form

of an unaccompanied "Happy Birthday" ( it was the day of Bill's 44th ).If you're new to Stan, this set certainly offers far more of his tenor mastery than the Verve

samba recordings. There's also some good Evans, though the playing by Bill or for that matter his trio is frequently more suggestive of his bop-oriented musical

approach before 1959. And contrary to a previous reviewer's recommendations, the best Evans is not on Verve ( Bill himself faulted the sound engineering of

Rudy Van Gelder ). Go to the early Riversides ( "Sunday at the Village Vanguard" ) and the late Fantasies ( "The Paris Concert" )."

"Bill Evans preferred to play with a trio, usually with the string bass acting like a lead instrument, but he did a few spectacular recordings with larger ensembles

like this and , of course, Miles Davis, especially "Kind of Blue". The ego-trips and the racism he encountered there turned him off to larger groups ( see "Bill

Evans: How My Heart Sings" ). This is a tantalizing example of what he would have sounded like in a group where he was on equal footing with a sax. It's a

shame he didn't play more in a larger band! The CD starts with an early minor musical disagreement, Stan launches into an unplanned "Stan's Blues", Bill shakes

his head and the rest of the group just stops and leaves Stan playing mostly alone. But the rest is happier, Stan plays "Happy Birthday" for Bill and they make up

and the two most sensitive and warmest leaders of the "Cool School" put together a great concert.Standout songs are the title track "But Beautiful", "Emily" and

"Lover Man".There is another less fortunate Stan Getz/Bill Evans encounter on Verve. The less said about that one, the better." ~ rash67

It doesn't "Getz" any better than this;
This collaboration between Stan Getz and Bill Evans is in the "top five jazz CD's" of my collection of 175+ discs. Why? One of the most compelling reasons is the

incredible Getz tenor sax solo on "The Peacocks", written by pianist Jimmy Rowles. Getz puts more emotion in to that passionate, melancholy, sad yet beautiful

sax solo, than on any other recording of his I have heard. When I hear Getz's tenor sax flutter, I can easily picture a strutting peacock, proud yet lonely, beautiful

yet incomplete. This song is terrifyingly emotional. I would compare this recording of "The Peacocks" with any John Coltrane recording, for intensity of feeling

and sheer beauty. "You and the Night and the Music" really swings, and Getz soloing is almost as good as on "The Peacocks". Evans doesn't take a back seat to

Getz anywhere. Evan's compositions are featured, including a spirited version of "Funkallero", perhaps the fastest paced cut on the CD. It sounds like Getz and

Evans are having a great time, including Getz wishing Evans "Happy Birthday" with the crowd applauding enthusiastically. The sound is first rate, recorded at a

live concert in Europe. Evans always seemed to me to do his best performing in front of a live audience ( like those on "Sunday at the Village Vanguard", and

Waltz for Debbie" ). If I had to pick the kind of jazz "band" I most like to listen to, it would be piano, bass, drums, and tenor sax. If I had to pick the best example of

that grouping, it would be the musicians here, and the CD "But Beautiful". This CD is my favorite Bill Evans recording ( I enjoy it more than the two Evans albums

previously mentioned ), and also my favorite Stan Getz recording. I think the joyous sounds they produce here are thoroughly enjoyed by the live audience. I am

thrilled to be part of that audience when I listen to this recording, which is frequently. ~ Richard F. Monk

Personnel:
Bill Evans piano
Stan Getz tenor sax ( 1-8 )
Eddie Gomez bass
Marty Morell drums

Bill Evens Trio - But Beautiful w Stan Getz Tracklist:
01 Grandfather's Waltz
02 Stan's Blues
03 But Beautiful
04 Emily
05 Lover Man
06 Funkallero
07 The Peacocks
08 You And The Night And The Music
09 See-Saw
10 The Two Lonely People

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