Waltz For Debby [Original Jazz Classics Remasters]

The Bill Evans Trio

Waltz For Debby Original Jazz Classics Remasters
  • CAT # OJC-32326-25

    1. My Foolish Heart 4:57
    2. Waltz for Debby (take 2) 7:00
    3. Detour Ahead (take 2) 7:36
    4. My Romance (take 1) 7:11
    5. Some Other Time 4:59
    6. Milestones 6:32
    7. Porgy (I Loves You Porgy) 6:00
    8. discussing repertoire
    9. Waltz for Debby (take 1) 6:49
    10. Detour Ahead (take 1) 7:15
    11. My Romance (take 2) 7:11

This is the fourth and final album by one of the most influential groups in jazz history, a unit that redefined the notion of the piano trio. Recorded (like its companion volume Sunday at the Village Vanguard) just days before the highway accident that took bassist Scott LaFaro's life, it summarizes the level of creative interaction that made the Bill Evans Trio a harbinger of jazz possibilities in the coming decades. Evans, LaFaro, and Paul Motian play with astounding freedom in these performances, maintaining all the while a keen balance and a pervasive sense of beauty. The flow of tempos and moods underscores the depth of the trio's concept, casting a spell that remains undimmed some 50 years later.

The best modern jazz classics are revisited in the Original Jazz Classics Remasters series. Each title in the series features 24-bit remastering, original AND new liner notes, fully restored artwork, and bonus tracks (when available).

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