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Music Review: The Bill Evans Trio – The Very Best of the Bill Evans Trio

The Very Best of the Bill Evans Trio collects some of the pianist's best early work. Read More »

Music Review: The Bill Evans Trio – Moon Beams [Original Jazz Classics Remasters]

An album of beautiful ballads, supplemented by a trio of previously unreleased versions. Read More »

Music Review: Bill Evans Trio – Moonbeams [Remastered]

Bill Evans trio plays ballads Read More »

Music Review: Keith Jarrett – Mysteries / Shades (Impulse 2-on-1)

Keith Jarrett displays his avant-garde chops with this 2-on-1 set. Read More »

Music Review: Masabumi Kikuchi Trio – Sunrise

This spring sees the release of Paul Motian's final studio recordings. Read More »

Music Review: A Double Dose of Bill Evans from Original Jazz Classics Remasters

Two dusted-off gems are reviewed: one from the Bill Evans Trio, the other from Cannonball Adderley. Read More »

Music Review: Bill Evans Trio – Explorations

The second and last studio album from the legendary and original Bill Evans Trio returns in remastered form with bonus tracks. Read More »

Music Review: Joel Harrison String Choir – The Music of Paul Motian

The adventurous, complicated album bends musical boundaries and turn assumptions upside down. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Motian – Lost In A Dream

A world-class jazz trio recorded live at the Village Vanguard. Read More »

Music Review: Bill Evans Trio – Waltz For Debby [Remastered]

The fourth and final album by the legendary Bill Evans Trio returns in all its remastered glory. Read More »