Kronos Quartet ‎– Music Of Bill Evans

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LANDMARK LCD-1510-2 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(CD, Album) Landmark Records (3) LANDMARK LCD-1510-2 US 1986 Sell This Version
VDJ-1041 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(CD, Album) Landmark Records (3) VDJ-1041 Japan 1986 Sell This Version
GRP 15102 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(CD, Album) Landmark Records (3) GRP 15102 Europe 1986 Sell This Version
LLP 1510 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(Cass, Album) Landmark Records (3) LLP 1510 US 1986 Sell This Version
VIJ-28083 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(LP, Album) Landmark Records (3) VIJ-28083 Japan 1986 Sell This Version
LANDMARK LLP-1510-2 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(LP, Album) Landmark Records (3) LANDMARK LLP-1510-2 US 1986 Sell This Version
LLP-1510 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(LP, Album) Landmark Records (3) LLP-1510 US 1986 Sell This Version
LCD 1510 2 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(CD, Album) Landmark Records (3) LCD 1510 2 Switzerland 1987 Sell This Version
LLP - 1510 Kronos Quartet Music Of Bill Evans(LP, Album, RE) Landmark Records (3) LLP - 1510 Switzerland 1988 Sell This Version
SVY 17405 Kronos Quartet With Special Guests Eddie Gomez & Jim Hall Kronos Quartet With Special Guests Eddie Gomez & Jim Hall - Music Of Bill Evans(CD, Album, RE) Savoy Jazz SVY 17405 US 2004 Sell This Version

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JeeMalone

JeeMalone

January 26, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Music Of Bill Evans, CD, Album, LANDMARK LCD-1510-2

Substandard. If the track selection could have been less predictable, the arrangements sound quite vulgar (and poor) and the inclusion of jazz legends such as Eddie Gomez and Jim Hall (who played a big role in the music development of Mr Evans) doesn't add anything to the whole thing. Unfortunately.
Notice how the mixing (with the bass player in front of the string quartet on tunes #1-3) doesn't really blend. Did they really want to emphasize the player's importance? Why like that?
Midway between a classic Stéphane Grapelli (but far behind his mastery) and the music of Jacques Loussier's Trio, with these great players much more should be expected. Very disappointing.