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The Second Trio

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Artist  Bill Evans
Release date  1977
Similar  The Secret Sessions, Trio '65, Jazzhouse, Piano Player, The Interplay Sessions

The Second Trio is a double album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans. It was originally recorded in 1962 but re-mastered and reissued in 1977. It was originally issued as the two albums, one slow Moonbeams and one fast How My Heart Sings!. The bassist is Chuck Israels and the drummer is Paul Motian.

Track listing

  • 1. How My Heart Sings
  • 2. Summertime
  • 3. If You Could See Me Now
  • 4. Walking Up
  • 5. Very Early
  • 6. Show-type Tune
  • 7. Re: Person I Knew
  • 8. 34 Skidoo
  • 9. Polkadots and Moonbeams
  • 10. I Should Care
  • 11. I Fall in Love Too Easily
  • 12. Ev'rything I Love
  • 13. In Love In Vain
  • 14. Stairway to the Stars
  • 15. In Your Own Sweet Way
  • 16. It Might as Well Be Spring
  • These tracks were in a different order on the original two albums.

    References

    The Second Trio Wikipedia


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