Bill Evans

Behind The Dikes -1969 Netherlands Recordings RSD (JAZZ)

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Behind The Dikes -1969 Netherlands Recordings RSD

Bill Evans

Elemental Music

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LPS 163484

JAZZ

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THE FIRST EVER COMPLETE AND OFFICIAL EDITION OF THE 1969 HILVERSUM CONCERT

DELUXE LIMITED-EDITION OF 5,950 WORLDWIDE 180 GRAM HAND-NUMBERED 3-LP SET

MASTERED BY BERNIE GRUNDMAN AND PRESSED AT 33 1/3 RPM BY STANDARD VINYL

REMASTERED AUDIO INCLUDES 2 NEWLY-DISCOVERED TRACKS WITH THE METROPOLE ORKEST

The Hilversum recordings feature Evans’ only version of Duke Ellington’s “I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart” known to exist, plus two rare tracks of the trio backed by the world’s leading pop and jazz orchestra , The Metropole Orchestra.

Remastered from the orginal tape reels housed at the Nederlands Jazz Archief, and in coperation with the Bill Evans Estate, this limited edition 3-LP, 180-gram set includes an extensive booklet with never-before-published photos, essay by Dutch jazz scholar Bert Vuijsje, plus co-producer Zev Feldman, and new interviews with Dutch pianist Jan Huydts, Eddie Gomez, Marty Morell and celebrated pianist Vijay Iyer.

PERSONNEL:

  • BILL EVANS, piano
  • EDDIE GOMEZ, bass
  • MARTY MORELL, drums

TRACKS:

  • KRO STUDIO 1, HILVUERSUM, MARCH 26, 1969
  • SIDE A:
  • 1 YOU’RE GONNA HEAR FROM ME
  • 2 EMILY
  • 3 STELLA BY STARLIGHT
  • 4 TURN OUT THE STARS
  • SIDE B:
  • 1 WALTZ FOR DEBBY
  • 2 ‘ROUND MIDNIGHT
  • 3 I LET A SONG GO OUT OF MY HEART
  • SIDE C:
  • 1 ALFIE
  • 2 BEAUTIFUL LOVE
  • 3 MY FUNNY VALENTINE
  • SIDE D:
  • 1 SPARTACUS’ LOVE THEME
  • 2 ONE FOR HELEN
  • 3 QUIET NOW
  • 4 SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME
  • RAI CONGRESCENTRUM AMSTERDAM, NOVEMBER 28, 1969
  • SIDE E:
  • 1 VERY EARLY
  • 2 A SLEEPIN’ BEE
  • 3 TURN OUT THE STARS #2
  • 4 AUTUMN LEAVES
  • SIDE F:
  • 1 QUIET NOW #2
  • 2 NARDIS
  • 3 GRANADOS
  • 4 PAVANE 4:44 (*)
  • (*) With The Metropole Orkest directed by Dolf Van Der Linden at Vara Studio 8, Hilversum, March 25, 1969