ARTICLES IN LIBRARY
Interview by Michael Watts, Melody Maker, 9 December 1972
NONE OF THE other diners appeared to recognise the pianist, but to anyone with jazz inklings he was unmistakable. The long, thick hair, cut page-boy ...
Retrospective by Glenn O'Brien, Gear, 2001
I HAVE FORTY Bill Evans CDs in this room and a copy of Everybody Digs Bill Evans up in the bedroom. Everybody should have Everybody ...
Review by Ian MacDonald, Uncut, May 2001
UNLESS YOU'RE hardline avant-garde (in which case, you'll vote for Cecil Taylor), Bill Evans (1929-1980) is the greatest jazz pianist of the post-bebop era. Classically ...
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