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Portrait In Jazz

The Bill Evans Trio

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1
Come Rain Or Shine
The Bill Evans Trio
3:24
2
Autumn Leaves
The Bill Evans Trio
6:02
3
Witchcraft
The Bill Evans Trio
4:35
4
When I Fall In Love
The Bill Evans Trio
5:01
5
Peri's Scope
The Bill Evans Trio
3:17
6
What Is This Thing Called Love?
The Bill Evans Trio
4:37
7
Spring Is Here
The Bill Evans Trio
5:08
8
Some Day My Prince Will Come
The Bill Evans Trio
4:56
9
Blue In Green
The Bill Evans Trio
5:24
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Total Playing Time    42:24
"... gets you every which way. At its least great, it is merely brilliant ... what makes Evans extra-extra-special is the way his playing drags you in and shares the vulnerability at its core. Oh, the humanity!"
- MOJO

"... one of the great masterpieces of modern music, presenting the pianist's new trio with the young, phenomenal bassist Scott LaFaro ... it seemed to Evans that he had found his ultimate trio, with a bassist that could play with an equal level of technique and imagination as the leader and his drummer, Motian, who had already been playing with the pianist for a number of years ... a must have."
- All About Jazz

Considered a pivotal album in jazz, this 1960 release from pianist Bill Evans marked the debut of his classic but short-lived trio, bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian. Tragically, LaFaro would die in a car accident less than two years after Portrait In Jazz was recorded, plunging Evans into a deep depression that kept him away from music entirely for many months.
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