Top Bill Evans Trio Albums
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On a Monday Evening (Live)
On a Monday Evening (Live)
[2017]
Young and Foolish.
Young and Foolish.
[2014]
I Wish I Knew
I Wish I Knew
[2014]
Autumn Leaves
Autumn Leaves
[2013]
The Village Vanguard Sessions
The Village Vanguard Sessions
[2012]
Milestones
Milestones
[2011]
Waltz for Debby (Original Jazz Classics Remasters) [with Paul Motian & Scott LaFaro]
Waltz for Debby (Original Jazz Classics Remasters) [with Paul Motian & Scott LaFaro]
[2010]
The Legendary Bill Evans Trio - The 1960 Birdland Sessions (feat. Scott Lafaro, Paul Motian)
The Legendary Bill Evans Trio - The 1960 Birdland Sessions (feat. Scott Lafaro, Paul Motian)
[2010]
Notations
Notations
[2009]
Turn Out the Stars - The Final Village Vanguard Recordings June 1980
Turn Out the Stars - The Final Village Vanguard Recordings June 1980
[2009]
Keepnews Collection: Portrait In Jazz
Keepnews Collection: Portrait In Jazz
[2008]
Quiet Now
Quiet Now
[2006]
The Last Waltz - The Final Recordings At Keystone Korner September 1980
The Last Waltz - The Final Recordings At Keystone Korner September 1980
[2000]
But Beautiful (feat. Stan Getz)
But Beautiful (feat. Stan Getz)
[1996]
I Will Say Goodbye
I Will Say Goodbye
[1993]
Bill Evans Trio with Symphony Orchestra
Bill Evans Trio with Symphony Orchestra
[1990]
At Shelly's Manne-Hole (Live)
At Shelly's Manne-Hole (Live)
[1989]
Since We Met
Since We Met
[1976]
Trio 65
Trio 65
[1965]
How My Heart Sings! (Original Jazz Classics Remasters)
How My Heart Sings! (Original Jazz Classics Remasters)
[1962]
Explorations (Original Jazz Classics Remasters)
Explorations (Original Jazz Classics Remasters)
[1961]
Portrait In Jazz
Portrait In Jazz
[1960]
Related Information for Bill Evans Trio
One of the most famous and influential jazz pianists of the 20th century, Bill Evans formed the acclaimed piano trio in 1959, along with bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian. Evans' focus in this trio was jazz standards and original compositions, with an emphasis on interplay among the band members that often bordered on collective improvisation and blurred the line between soloist and accompanist. This trio recorded four albums: Portrait in Jazz (1959), Explorations, Sunday at the Village Vanguard, and Waltz for Debby (all recorded in 1961). The latter two albums are live recordings drawn from the same recording date, and they are routinely named among the greatest jazz recordings of all time. After LaFaro's untimely dea... read more