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Alan Pasqua - Twin Bill-Two Piano Music of Bill Evans (2012)

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Alan Pasqua - Twin Bill-Two Piano Music of Bill Evans (2012)
Artist: Alan Pasqua
Title Of Album: Twin Bill-Two Piano Music of Bill Evans
Year Of Release: 2012
Label(Catalog#): Challenge Records[CR73343]
Country:USA
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks + .cue,log,scans)
Bitrate:Lossless
Time: 61:11
Full Size: 198 MB(+3%)

Tracklist

01. Very Early (7:54)
02. Nardis (5:21)
03. Time Remembered (5:33)
04. Gloria's Step (6:54)
05. Turn Out the Stars (4:04)
06. Funkallero (5:19)
07. Take Me Out to the Ballgame (3:20)
08. Interplay (6:52)
09. Walkin' Up (4:51)
10. Vindarna Sucka Uti Skogarna (4:23)
11. Grace (6:40)

personnel :

Alan Pasqua - piano

Alan Pasqua has played in a variety of musical settings, including jazz, pop, soul, and movie soundtracks. Currently the Chairman of Jazz Studies at USC, he studied with noted composer George Russell and has worked with Tony Williams Lifetime, Paul Motian, Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra, James Moody, and others. Pasqua also spent time with Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, and Santana. For this tribute to Bill Evans, Pasqua recorded two separate piano lines via overdubbing, being careful to leave enough breathing room for the listener, while also trying to incorporate the spirit of Evans without sounding like a mere carbon copy. Six of the pieces are Evans' originals. He captures the wistful nature of the lovely ballad "Time Remembered" in an Impressionistic manner, with a sparse, deliberate arrangement. Evans tended to increase the tempo of "Very Early" as he aged, though Pasqua emphasizes its lyricism by playing it as an intimate jazz waltz. The pianist also captures the playful nature of the jaunty "Walkin' Up." Miles Davis' "Nardis" is forever associated with Evans, as he recorded it numerous times over a two-decade stretch. Pasqua's approach is less aggressive but still potent, though his unresolved ending is not as satisfying. "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" was never recorded by Evans, though Pasqua's witty, waltz-time arrangement shows the depth of his influence, while his haunting "Grace" could easily be considered a requiem for the jazz piano master, who died at the age of 51 in 1980.

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