Bill Evans At Town Hall Vol. 1
A timeless piano jazz classic: Bill Evans’ first-ever performance at a concert hall in New York City. Featuring the sensitive accompaniment of Chuck Israels on bass and Arnold Wise on drums. Includes a thirteen-minute solo suite dedicated to the memory of Bill’s father who had only recently passed at the time of the recording.
VERVE ACOUSTIC SOUNDS SERIES: Stereo, mastered fully analogue from the original tapes by Ryan K. Smith at Sterling Sound, QPR pressing (180 g), firm tip-on gatefold (Stoughton Printing), padded inner sleeve.
- I Should Care
- Spring Is Here
- Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) Side B
- Make Someone Happy
- Solo – In Memory Of His Father, Harry L. Evans, 1891-1966
Improvisation On Two Themes : Story Line - Turn Out The Stars