Bill Evans: Interplay

Bill Evans: Interplay

performed by Bill Evans, 1958-, Freddie Hubbard, 1938-, Percy Heath, 1923-2005, Jim Hall, 1940- and Philly Joe Jones, 1923-1985, The Bill Evans Quintet (Riverside, 1987), 46 mins, 7 page(s)

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Details

Field of Interest
Jazz
Content Type
Music recording
Duration
46 mins
Ensemble
The Bill Evans Quintet
Format
Audio
Sub Genre
Post-Bop
Label
Riverside
Page Count
7
Performer
Bill Evans, 1958-, Freddie Hubbard, 1938-, Percy Heath, 1923-2005, Jim Hall, 1940-, Philly Joe Jones, 1923-1985
Date Recorded
1962-07-16
Release Date
1987
Review
Interplay consists of three extended pieces designed to showcase the Modern Mandolin Quartet's eclecticism and technical flair. The album's title refers not only to the near-telepathic communication between the musicians but also to the harmonious mixing and matching of musical genres -- including jazz, blues, bluegrass, rock & roll, Indian, and classical -- throughout the work. It's progressive yet accessible thanks to the musicians' skill and enthusiasm. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide
Subject
Jazz, Music & Performing Arts, Post-Bop, Post-Bop
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Post-Bop

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