Goodbye - Cannonball Adderley With Bill Evans - Know What I Mean? (CD)

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  1. Not incidentally, Evans and Adderley feature heavily on Miles' masterpiece, and Cannonball wisely took Evans into the studio at Bill's creative peak a year or so later. I was in the midst of a major Evans craze last year, rejoicing in his dozens of high-quality albums, when I came across this relatively unheralded outing as a sideman, a rare /5(68).
  2. May 19,  · Cannonball Adderley - Topic 2,, views Lounge Music: Relaxing Piano Jazz Playlist - Lounge Cafe Jazz Music for Good Mood, Work, Study - Duration:
  3. Not incidentally, Evans and Adderley feature heavily on Miles' masterpiece, and Cannonball wisely took Evans into the studio at Bill's creative peak a year or so later. I was in the midst of a major Evans craze last year, rejoicing in his dozens of high-quality albums, when I came across this relatively unheralded outing as a sideman, a rare /5(70).
  4. Know What I Mean? by Cannonball Adderley / Bill Evans - CD () for $ from folgphotamidnewsmaxsoundwarlelimale.coinfo Jazz Record Collector (magazine): 4 stars out of 5 -- 'A stunning combination of two unique jazz talents, it's distinguished by some lovely renditions of tunes from the New Jersey pianist's repertoire ' - Order by Phone Price: $
  5. This session, pairing saxophonist Cannonball Adderley and pianist Bill Evans has several interesting dimensions. Adderley and Evans, having played together as part of the Miles Davis Sextet, were familiar with one another, but initially only as sidemen/5(34).
  6. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Know What I Mean? [Limited Edition Riverside Remaster] [Remaster] by Bill Evans (Piano)/Cannonball Adderley (CD, Nov, Riverside Records (Jazz)) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  7. Cannonball Adderley was one of the most important alto sax players in Jazz. This can be examined and enjoyed here on Know what I mean?.It must be the strong influence of Bill Evans 〈pianist] why the ballads here give the greatest pleasure: the modal title song, the slow waltz Elsa and Goodbye; but the shifting Nancy (With the Laughing Face) and Waltz For Debbie are also fun.
  8. Sep 21,  · Riverside’s Know What I Mean? was released in but the album seems to have escaped the attention it warrants. Its cover at the time announced “Cannonball Adderley” in large typeface while beneath in small letters it murmured “with Bill Evans”. There was no indication that the two artists might be co-leaders of a quartet.4/5(1).

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