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Bill Evans Trio: How My Heart Sings!: How My Heart Sings!
 
 
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Bill Evans, piano. Chuck Israels, bass. Paul Motian, drums.
Studio Original Jazz Classics
Format CD
UPC 888072345935
Runtime/Release Date 59'41/2013
Daedalus Item Code 38918
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Recorded in the summer of 1962, this relatively up-tempo album was designed by Bill Evans to "provide a more singing sound" than his LPs of ballads. His trio addresses Dave Brubeck's "In Your Own Sweet Way," the Cole Porter rarity "Ev'rything I Love," George Gershwin's "Summertime," the Sammy Cahn standard "I Should Care," the Earl Zindars title song, and Evans's own "Show-Type Tune," "Walking Up," and "34 Skidoo."

"The set begins with a lyrical waltz in the title track. Evans himself comments in the liner notes that it 'contains a delightful 4/4 interlude framed by a delightful 3/4 lyric line.'… His solo literally ripples in delicate waves off the middle register, and Motian's stick work shimmies up the rhythm and allows it to truly dance and sing…. 'Summertime' sounds so different with its mid-tempo opening and Israel's flaunting bass vamp in front of the piano. When Evans gets to the melody he is following the swinging skip of Motian's drums, and he digs deep into inverting the melody line with a slew of arpeggios and short, choppy phrases…. The recording flies in the face of the conventions Evans himself has set, and yet retains the deep, nearly profound lyricism that was the pianist's trademark."—All Music Guide

 
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Studio: Riverside.   Format: CD. UPC: 888072337572.  Daedalus Item Code: 29250
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