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Conversations with Myself album for sale by Bill Evans was released Jul 31, 2012 on the Universal Music label. CONVERSATIONS WITH MYSELF is an ambitious and appealing experiment. Conversations with Myself CD music Featuring three separate, overdubbed piano tracks, Evans has aimed to create a trio consisting only of himself-- a single-player ensemble producing work with a dense, interactive texture. Conversations with Myself buy CD music The general format includes two pianos trading the lead and accompaniment lines, with the third responding to and commenting upon the other two parts. Conversations with Myself songs There is a range of material represented, from jazz standards (including three Monk numbers), 50's show tunes ("Hey, There," "A Sleepin' Bee") and the love theme from "Spartacus." Conversations with Myself album for sale Evans's own dark, moving composition, "N.Y.C. 's No Lark," is quite beautiful, with intersecting lines which glide and swell around one another, at times with rhythmic antagonism, at others with gentleness and grace. This is countered by the uptempo brightness of tracks like "Just You, Just Me" and the rollicking, percussive banter of "How About You?" Evans's playing is sharply focused throughout, the complex effect of multiple lines giving many tracks an almost classical feel, even when the chord structures and phrasing are distinctly jazz. The overall product, however, is intriguing and immanently listenable. In CONVERSATIONS WITH MYSELF Evans has achieved that rare creation: music that is at once challenging and accessible. Digitally remastered using 20-bit technology. ...See Full Description
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|CD Universe Part number||8763280|
|Release Date||Jul 31, 2012|
|Additional Info||Japan; Super-High Material|
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