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Listen To The Silence – Live At The Public Theater

CD (Item 164275) Venus (Japan), 1980 — Condition: Used
2 CDs
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Gil Evans plays an electric grand piano and is joined by a rather large set of musicians who include Masabumi Kikuchi on a variety of synthesizers, Billy Cobham on drums, Hammiet Bluiett and Arthur Blythe on saxes, Hannibal Marvin Peterson and Jon Faddis on trumpet, and George Lewis on trombone – a wide range of underground talents that show that Evans was still working with the best of the left field, even late in his career. This 2CD set brings together both of the original albums in the series – and tracks include some Evans originals – "Anita's Dance", "Jelly Rolls", "Alyrio", and "Variations On The Misery", plus a version ofJimi Hendrix's "Up From The Skies". Other tracks include "Listen To The Slience", "Stone Free", "Sirhan's Blues", and "Zee Zee".  © 1996-2024, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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