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A Tribute to Bill Evans

Monika Lang Trio

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1
Turn out the stars
Monika Lang Trio
6:24
2
Very Early
Monika Lang Trio
5:08
3
Erna
Monika Lang Trio
5:46
4
B Minor Waltz (For Ellaine)
Monika Lang Trio
5:34
5
T.T.T. (Twelve Tone Tune) (Duo version)
Monika Lang Trio
2:55
6
Tom's Tune
Monika Lang Trio
3:18
7
Laurie & Re: Person I Knew
Monika Lang Trio
9:07
8
The Forgotten E-Flat
Monika Lang Trio
4:45
9
Sol y Ron
Monika Lang Trio
4:35
10
Time Remembered
Monika Lang Trio
5:58
11
T.T.T. (Twelve Tone Tune) (Solo version)
Monika Lang
3:44
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    57:14
Classically trained pianist Monika Lang honours jazz piano great Bill Evans on this album, joined by her trio members Wolfgang Reisinger on drums and acoustic bassist Uli Langthaler. Lang draws on her background in chamber music to lock in step with her fellow musicians and develop her own musical dialogue while remaining faithful to the spirit of Evans. The pieces selected by Lang for this tribute reflect different stages of Evans's life.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Gramola Records Studio Masters

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