Evans, Bill / Jim Hall

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Jazz Used - LP UAJ 14003 United Artists
1962 Black Label Mono With UA In Box On Top Of Label. Stunning Gatefold Cover With Picture Of Floating Woman. Some Light V. Wear On Edges Of Gatefold, LP Looks Virtually Unplayed.... more details
 
Evans, Bill / Jim Hall - Undercurrent Undercurrent
Jazz New - LP GXC 3128 United Artists
New, Unplayed Japanese Stereo King Pressing With Obi.... more details
 
Evans, Bill / Jim Hall - Intermodulation Intermodulation
Jazz Used - LP V6-8655 Verve
Beautiful 1966 Deep Groove Stereo Original, Textured Gatefold Jacket.... more details
 
Evans, Bill / Jim Hall - Undercurrent Undercurrent
Jazz Used - LP GXC 3128 United Artists
Japanese Stereo King Pressing, No Obi. Lp Appears Virtually Unplayed. Very Light Wear On Bottom Seam. An All-Time Jazz Classic.... more details
 
Evans, Bill / Jim Hall - Intermodulation Intermodulation
Jazz New - LP V6 8655 Verve
Sealed 1965 Stereo Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold Jacket. “A Duet Recording Between Pianist Bill Evans And Guitarist Jim Hall Is One That Should Retain High Expectations To Match Melodic And Harmonic Intimacies With Brilliant Spontaneous Musicianship. Where This Recording Delivers That Supposition Is In The Details And Intricacy With Which Evans And Hall Work, Guided By Simple Framings Of Standard Songs Made Into Personal Statements That Include No Small Amounts Of Innovation. Only Two Standards Are Included, And Begin The Program Before The Duo Merges Into Some Original Material With Some Foraging Off The Beaten Path, Along With Tender Notions That Should Please Anyone. If You Hear The Melody Of The Opener, "I've Got You Under My Skin," In Your Head, You'd Never Believe Evans And Hall Could Conceive Of This Reharmonized And Essentially Improvised Take, Full Of Interplay And Invention. The Classic Waltz Version Of "My Man's Gone Now" Is Closer To A Stock Rendition, Except That Evans Wrings Out Every Bit Of Somber Emotion In A Spontaneous Manner. Hall's "All Across The City" -- By Now A Revered Standard -- Is Heard Here In An Early Version With Languid, Serene, And Peaceful Tones. Another Similarly Iconic Standard Is "Turn Out The Stars," Mostly A Solo Piano Work With Evans Hinting At Quotes Of Dave Brubeck's "In Your Own Sweet Way." The Most Unusual Choice Is Joe Zawinul's "Angel Face," With A Naturally Delicate Lead From Hall's Guitar, While Claus Ogerman's "Jazz Samba" Injects A Bit Of Energy Into This Otherwise Easygoing Set, With Hall's Basslines Setting Off Some Bright Harmonic Reinforcements. Intermodulation Still Remains A Precious Set Of Music From These Two Great Modern Jazz Musicians.” Michael G. Nastos, AMG.... more details
 
Evans, Bill / Jim Hall - Intermodulation Intermodulation
Jazz Used - LP V 8655 Verve
1965 Mono Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty, Textured Gatefold Jacket. Van Gelder Stamped In Dead Wax. Appears Unplayed. “A Duet Recording Between Pianist Bill Evans And Guitarist Jim Hall Is One That Should Retain High Expectations To Match Melodic And Harmonic Intimacies With Brilliant Spontaneous Musicianship. Where This Recording Delivers That Supposition Is In The Details And Intricacy With Which Evans And Hall Work, Guided By Simple Framings Of Standard Songs Made Into Personal Statements That Include No Small Amounts Of Innovation. Only Two Standards Are Included, And Begin The Program Before The Duo Merges Into Some Original Material With Some Foraging Off The Beaten Path, Along With Tender Notions That Should Please Anyone. If You Hear The Melody Of The Opener, "I've Got You Under My Skin," In Your Head, You'd Never Believe Evans And Hall Could Conceive Of This Reharmonized And Essentially Improvised Take, Full Of Interplay And Invention. The Classic Waltz Version Of "My Man's Gone Now" Is Closer To A Stock Rendition, Except That Evans Wrings Out Every Bit Of Somber Emotion In A Spontaneous Manner. Hall's "All Across The City" -- By Now A Revered Standard -- Is Heard Here In An Early Version With Languid, Serene, And Peaceful Tones. Another Similarly Iconic Standard Is "Turn Out The Stars," Mostly A Solo Piano Work With Evans Hinting At Quotes Of Dave Brubeck's "In Your Own Sweet Way." The Most Unusual Choice Is Joe Zawinul's "Angel Face," With A Naturally Delicate Lead From Hall's Guitar, While Claus Ogerman's "Jazz Samba" Injects A Bit Of Energy Into This Otherwise Easygoing Set, With Hall's Basslines Setting Off Some Bright Harmonic Reinforcements. Intermodulation Still Remains A Precious Set Of Music From These Two Great Modern Jazz Musicians.” Michael G. Nastos, AMG.... more details
 
Evans, Bill / Jim Hall - Undercurrent Undercurrent
Jazz Audiophile - LP UAJS 15003 Pure Pleasure
Sealed Limited Edition Audiophile Gatefold Pressing. A High Point Of Jazz Romanticism; Lovely Impressionistic Music That Draws From Jazz Classics, On This Reissue Of A 2002 Album. "Romaine" Is A Homage To Pioneering Virtuoso Belgian Jazz Guitarist And Composer Django Reinhardt. Featuring The Great Jazz Pianist Bill Evans And Renowned Jazz Guitarist Jim Hall.... more details
 
Evans, Bill / Jim Hall - Intermodulation Intermodulation
Jazz New - LP UMV 2106 Verve
Sealed Japanese Stereo Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Obi. “A Duet Recording Between Pianist Bill Evans And Guitarist Jim Hall Is One That Should Retain High Expectations To Match Melodic And Harmonic Intimacies With Brilliant Spontaneous Musicianship. Where This Recording Delivers That Supposition Is In The Details And Intricacy With Which Evans And Hall Work, Guided By Simple Framings Of Standard Songs Made Into Personal Statements That Include No Small Amounts Of Innovation. Only Two Standards Are Included, And Begin The Program Before The Duo Merges Into Some Original Material With Some Foraging Off The Beaten Path, Along With Tender Notions That Should Please Anyone. If You Hear The Melody Of The Opener, "I've Got You Under My Skin," In Your Head, You'd Never Believe Evans And Hall Could Conceive Of This Reharmonized And Essentially Improvised Take, Full Of Interplay And Invention. The Classic Waltz Version Of "My Man's Gone Now" Is Closer To A Stock Rendition, Except That Evans Wrings Out Every Bit Of Somber Emotion In A Spontaneous Manner. Hall's "All Across The City" -- By Now A Revered Standard -- Is Heard Here In An Early Version With Languid, Serene, And Peaceful Tones. Another Similarly Iconic Standard Is "Turn Out The Stars," Mostly A Solo Piano Work With Evans Hinting At Quotes Of Dave Brubeck's "In Your Own Sweet Way." The Most Unusual Choice Is Joe Zawinul's "Angel Face," With A Naturally Delicate Lead From Hall's Guitar, While Claus Ogerman's "Jazz Samba" Injects A Bit Of Energy Into This Otherwise Easygoing Set, With Hall's Basslines Setting Off Some Bright Harmonic Reinforcements. Intermodulation Still Remains A Precious Set Of Music From These Two Great Modern Jazz Musicians.” Michael G. Nastos, AMG.... more details
 
Evans, Bill / Jim Hall - Undercurrent Undercurrent
Jazz New - LP SS 18018 Solid State
Sealed Late '60s 2nd Issue Stereo Housed In A Heavy Duty Gatefold Cover. Originally Released On United Artists UAJS 15003. Pristine Store Stock Copy.... more details
 

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