|A1.a||The Birthday Waltz|
|A1.b||It's Your Day Today|
|A2||The Anniversary Waltz|
|B1.b||As Time Goes By|
|B2.a||Fools Rush In|
|B2.b||That Lovely Weekend|
Waltz for Debby is a live album by jazz pianist and composer Bill Evans and his Trio consisting of Evans, bassist Scott LaFaro, and drummer Paul Motian. It was released in 1962. The album was the fourth and final effort from the unit-LaFaro died in a car accident just ten days after the live date at the Village Vanguard from which Waltz for Debby and its predecessor, Sunday at the Village Vanguard were taken. The loss of LaFaro hit Evans hard, and he went into a brief seclusion
The Last Waltz is the second live album by the Band, released on Warner Bros. Records in 1978, catalogue 3WS 3146. It is the soundtrack to the 1978 film of the same name, and the final album by the original configuration of the Band. It peaked at on the Billboard 200. The triple album documents the Band's "farewell" concert which took place at Bill Graham's Winterland Ballroom on Thanksgiving Day 1976
Recorded at the Village Vanguard in 1961, shortly before Scott LaFaro's death, Waltz for Debby is the second album issued from that historic session, and the final one from that legendary trio that also contained drummer Paul Motian. While the Sunday at the Village Vanguard album focused on material where LaFaro soloed prominently, this is far more a portrait of the trio on those dates
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Bill Evans died, at the age of 51, on Sept 15, 1980. In what has been described by friends and family as "slow suicide," he finally succumbed to the effects of the years of substance abuse. Like Charlie Parker before him the world was alternatively too beautiful and too ugly to endure. For fans of Bill Evans, like those of Bird, the Grateful Dead and today's Phish, his live performances have been extensively bootlegged, traded and revered. The Last Waltz is the last recording of Evans and his trio made just a week before he passed away
This is the quintessential Bill Evans album. It took a long time for the release of this disk, and I was thrilled to hear it all again. In fact, the "Bill Evans Album" would have been more satisfying if Bill had stuck with the Fender Rhodes for the duration: those stretches are the highlights of his playing on this occasion-arguably the best mainstream jazz ever recorded on the ubiquitous 1970s' instrument that, however brief an affair it enjoyed with Bill Evans, is still seen as a useful keyboard.
Waltz for Debby By Bill Evans - Digital Sheet Music. Price: 346,95 ₽. Includes 1 print + interactive copy. More Songs From the Album: Bill Evans - New Jazz Conceptions. Publishing administered by: TRO, Inc.