Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)
Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)

Bill Evans Trio - On A Friday Evening (2LP)

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Previously unreleased live performance

Piano – Bill Evans [click here to see more vinyl featuring Bill Evans]

Acoustic Bass – Eddie Gomez

Drums – Eliot Zigmund

Bill Evans (A2, B1-2), Eliot Zigmund (A1), Carol Hall (B1), Denny Zeitlin (B3), Jerome Kern (C1), Leo Robin (C1), Irving Berlin (C2), Mercer Ellington (D1), Miles Davis (D2)

 

2 LPs, gatefold jacket

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Live

Record Press : RTI

Label : Craft Recordings

Original label : Craft Recordings

Recorded live on June 20, 1975, at Oil Can Harry’s, Vancouver, British Columbia

Recorded by Reice Hamel for radio host Gary Barclay’s CHQM jazz show

Concert Recording Produced by Gary Barclay

Release produced by Nick Phillips

Tape restoration by Paul Blakemore at Plangent Processes

 Mastered by Paul Blakemore at CMG Mastering

Lacquer cut by Clint Holley at Well Made Music

Originally released June 2021

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. Sareen Jurer
  2. Sugar Plum

Side B:

  1. The Two Lonely People
  2. T. T. T. (Twelve Tone Tune)
  3. Quiet Now

Side C:

  1. Up With The Lark
  2. How Deep Is The Ocean

Side D:

  1. Blue Serge
  2. Nardis

         

        Reviews:

        “Captured in 1975, On a Friday Evening is an engaging and deeply intimate album that finds pianist Bill Evans and his trio in performance at Oil Can Harry's in Vancouver, British Columbia. Recorded by radio host Gary Barclay, the album was initially broadcast on Barclay's CHQM jazz show before languishing unheard for the next 40 years. Fully restored, this 2021 archival release finds Evans backed by one of his best latter-career rhythm sections featuring bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Eliot Zigmund. Radio broadcasts of live concerts were not unheard of in the '60s and '70s, and On a Friday Evening works as a nice companion album to the similar 2017 radio restoration On a Monday Evening, which featured the same lineup and some of the same tunes. That said, On a Friday Evening is an even better sounding restoration and truly represents the intricate group dynamics and virtuosity they'd developed on tour together. While Gomez had been with Evans since 1968, the trio's warm and enveloping style becomes even more impressive when you realize that drummer Zigmund was barely into his first year with the pianist when they hit the stage at Oil Can Harry's in June of 1975. Together, they play with a lithe focus that balances Evans' close-eyed intensity with moments of lively, contrapuntal group interplay. Particularly enrapturing is their take on "Sugar Plum," which Evans kicks off by himself, anchoring his twirling right-hand lines with steady left-hand chords before Gomez takes his own lyrical solo. We also get equally inspired renditions of such Evans' favorites as "Sareen Jurer," "Quiet Now," and "How Deep Is the Ocean."” AllMusic Review by Matt Collar

         

        Ratings :

        AllMusic : 4 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.73 / 5

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