Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening
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Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening

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    Here comes a newly discovered recording by the Bill Evans Trio. It's a live recording that had Eddie Gomez on bass and Eliot Zigmund on drums and was captured on June 20, 1975, at Oil Can Harry's in Vancouver for the radio host Gary Barclay and his CHQM jazz show. The tape has lay lost for almost 50 years but now, after audio restoration by Plangent Processes it sounds as fresh as it ever did. Grammy winning writer, radio host and journalist Neil Tesser has also penned all new liner notes to accompany this special release.

    Gatefold 180g Vinyl 2LP

    Side 1
    1. "Sareen Jurer" (6:54)
    2. "Sugar Plum" (6:58)
    Side 2
    1. "The Two Lonely People" (6:57)
    2. "TTT (Twelve Tone Tune)" (5:55)
    3. "Quiet Now" (5:12)
    Side 3
    1. "Up With The Lark" (6:21)
    2. "How Deep Is The Ocean" (5:50)
    Side 4
    1. "Blue Serge" (14:32)
    2. "Nardis" (1:42)

    Here comes a newly discovered recording by the Bill Evans Trio. It's a live recording that had Eddie Gomez on bass and Eliot Zigmund on drums and was captured on June 20, 1975, at Oil Can Harry's in Vancouver for the radio host Gary Barclay and his CHQM jazz show. The tape has lay lost for almost 50 years but now, after audio restoration by Plangent Processes it sounds as fresh as it ever did. Grammy winning writer, radio host and journalist Neil Tesser has also penned all new liner notes to accompany this special release.

    Gatefold 180g Vinyl 2LP

    Side 1
    1. "Sareen Jurer" (6:54)
    2. "Sugar Plum" (6:58)
    Side 2
    1. "The Two Lonely People" (6:57)
    2. "TTT (Twelve Tone Tune)" (5:55)
    3. "Quiet Now" (5:12)
    Side 3
    1. "Up With The Lark" (6:21)
    2. "How Deep Is The Ocean" (5:50)
    Side 4
    1. "Blue Serge" (14:32)
    2. "Nardis" (1:42)