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Nardis - Bill Evans - 5 Original Albums

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  1. "Nardis" is a composition by American jazz musician Miles Davis. It was written in , during Davis's modal period, to be played by Cannonball Adderley for the album Portrait of Cannonball. The piece has come to be associated with pianist Bill Evans, who recorded it repeatedly.
  2. Dec 15,  · Portrait of Cannonball () Personnel: Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (Alto Saxophone) Sam Jones (Bass) Philly Joe Jones (Drums) Bill Evans (Piano) Blue Mitc.
  3. Feb 19,  · Bill Evans Trio - Nardis () Personnel: Bill Evans (piano), Scott LaFaro (bass), Paul Motian (drums) from the album 'EXPLORATIONS' (Riverside Records).
  4. Jun 23,  · So far there aren't any reviews of this box set on this site which appraise the albums individually, so here is a brief overview. I am a big fan of Bill Evans and have been so ever since I first heard Kind of Blue (the first thing I wanted to know upon hearing that album was who the pianist was, the answer of course was Evans, on all bar one track)/5(3).
  5. “Nardis” is an intriguing piece written by Miles Davis, though it evidently was never recorded by the trumpeter. Instead, this landmark modal composition is indelibly associated with pianist Bill Evans.
  6. Buy Original Album Series (5-CD Box Set) by Bill Evans on Blue Sounds Store. Released by Box Sets & Special Editions.

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