Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this album from the Jazz pianist. Included here in it's entirety, Waltz for Debby was the second of the two original LPs culled from the celebrated 1961 Village Vanguard sessions by the Bill Evans Trio. This would also be the last recording by this formation of the group, with Scott LaFaro on bass, and Paul Motian on drums, as LaFaro would die soon after in a car crash, on July 6, 1961, at the age of 25. Evans, who loved LaFaro's playing, would take a long hiatus before forming a new trio. Further titles from the same session have been added here as a bonus. Essential Jazz Classics.
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this album from the Jazz pianist. Included here in it's entirety, Waltz for Debby was the second of the two original LPs culled from the celebrated 1961 Village Vanguard sessions by the Bill Evans Trio. This would also be the last recording by this formation of the group, with Scott LaFaro on bass, and Paul Motian on drums, as LaFaro would die soon after in a car crash, on July 6, 1961, at the age of 25. Evans, who loved LaFaro's playing, would take a long hiatus before forming a new trio. Further titles from the same session have been added here as a bonus. Essential Jazz Classics.
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Waltz For Debby [Import]
Artist: Bill Evans
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. My Foolish Heart 4:49
2. Waltz for Debby 6:52
3. Detour Ahead 7:34
4. My Romance 7:05
5. Some Other Time 4:54
6. Milestones 6:26
7. Conversation 0:27
8. Waltz for Debby [Alternate Track] 6:51
9. Detour Ahead [Alternate Track] 7:14 1
10. My Romance [Alternate Track] 7:13 1
11. I Loves You Porgy 5:58

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Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this album from the Jazz pianist. Included here in it's entirety, Waltz for Debby was the second of the two original LPs culled from the celebrated 1961 Village Vanguard sessions by the Bill Evans Trio. This would also be the last recording by this formation of the group, with Scott LaFaro on bass, and Paul Motian on drums, as LaFaro would die soon after in a car crash, on July 6, 1961, at the age of 25. Evans, who loved LaFaro's playing, would take a long hiatus before forming a new trio. Further titles from the same session have been added here as a bonus. Essential Jazz Classics.