Eleven - Gil Evans - Svengali

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  1. Tejind

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    Aug 12,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Gil Evans - Svengali at Discogs. Complete your Gil Evans collection/5().
  2. Akit

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    Imminence - Turn the Light On: Acoustic Reimagination () Hi Res; Isabella Taviani - Carpenters Avenue () Live - Throwing Copper [25th Anniversary Edition] (/) [CD & WEB].
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    Jul 26,  · This is one of Gil Evans's finest recordings of the s. He expertly blended together acoustic and electronic instruments, particularly on an exciting rendition of "Blues in Orbit" (which includes among its soloists a young altoist named David Sanborn).All six selections have their memorable moments (even a one-and-a-half minute version of "Eleven"); colorful solos are contributed by.
  4. Grom

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    This powerful set of stunning music by the Gil Evans Orchestra, performed at prestigious Philharmonic Hall as part of the Newport Jazz Festival in New York, was captured exactly one month after the band had recorded at historic Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan on May 30 for what would become the live Atlantic album, Svengali (the.
  5. Zulkim

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    Get this from a library! Svengali. [Gil Evans] Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
  6. Tojind

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    Svengali is a live album by jazz composer, arranger, conductor and pianist Gil Evans, recorded in by Evans with a orchestra featuring Ted Dunbar, Howard Johnson, Herb Bushler, David Sanborn, Billy Harper, Richard Williams, Trevor Koehler, and Hannibal Marvin Peterson. [1] The name of the album is an anagram for Gil indie.celvnamurozulumi.infoinfo: Jazz.
  7. Zulkizil

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    The title New Bottle Old Wine given to this superb record by Gil Evans, his second album under his name, could not be more apt. Collaborators Fats Waller, Jelly Roll Morton, W.C. Handy, Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Dizzy Gilespie and others create a sound akin to a divine vintage liqueur; the great Canadian composer, arranger, conductor and pianist provides the brand-new bottle.

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