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Bill Evans Trio: Top of the Gate

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The second set performed by the Bill Evans Trio, from their 1968 live recordings at 'Top of the Gate' in New York City.

In the band

Bill Evans; piano
Eddie Gomez; bass
Marty Morell; drums

Tracks in Set Two

1. 'Yesterdays'
2. 'Emily'
3. 'In A Sentimental Mood'
4. ''Round Midnight'
5. 'Autumn Leaves'
6. 'Someday My Prince Will Come'
7. 'Mother Of Earl'
8. 'Here's That Rainy Day'

Recorded: October 23, 1968 by George Klabin
Art D'Lugoff's Top of the Gate, New York.
CD: Live at Top of the Gate (Resonance HCD - 2012)
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On Feb 15, 2013. 3:17am
Anonymous said

As Miles said,"Bill Evans plays the piano like it should be played!"

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