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Gil Evans And His Orchestra - There Comes A Time (CD, Album)

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  1. At the time, Gil Evans could still claim to be one of the most forward thinking and creative minds in orchestral jazz but the music has moved on nearly fifty years later so if some of the distinctive Evans' traits in the writing remain, there are plenty of writers in big band jazz today who have this kind of approach well within their grasp/5(16).
  2. Live Sweet Basil is a live album by jazz composer, arranger, conductor and pianist Gil Evans recorded by King Records (Japan) in New York in featuring Evans with his Monday Night Orchestra which included George Adams, Howard Johnson, and Lew Soloff and originally released in the US on the Gramavision label.
  3. The Gil Evans Orchestra Plays the Music of Jimi Hendrix (RCA Victor, ) Montreux Jazz Festival '74 (Philips, ) There Comes a Time (RCA, ) Little Wing Live in Germany (Circle, ) Parabola (Horo, ) Gil Evans Live at the Royal Festival Hall London (RCA Victor, ) Live at the Public Theater (New York ) (Trio ).
  4. Jan 04,  · Gil Evans And His Orchestra: There Comes A Time ‎ (CD, Album, RE) BMG France, RCA: France: Sell This Version/5(10).
  5. There Comes a Time Import Gil Evans Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Gil Evans Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 1 rating. album from Gil Evans and His Orchestra, reissued with 3 bonus tracks3/5(1).
  6. The Gil Evans Orchestra Plays the Music of Jimi Hendrix, an Album by Gil Evans. Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. CPL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Experimental Big Band, Jazz Fusion, Jazz-Rock.
  7. Stranger Comes to Town is the fifth studio album from English songwriter and musician Steve planbacklantpretintmasalacleahenvorep.xyzinfoed in , the album was Harley's first studio album in five years, following the Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel album The Quality of planbacklantpretintmasalacleahenvorep.xyzinfo album was produced by Harley.
  8. The sixth album, Into the Hot, though billed as the Gil Evans Orchestra, isn’t at all. Impulse Records simply used Evans’s name to promote music that was more avant garde than its standard fare: features a side each (three cuts) by arranger-composer-trumpeter John Carisi and a quintet/ sextet by Cecil Taylor/5(15).

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