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Interplay is a 1963 album by jazz musician Bill Evans. It was recorded in July, 1962 in New York City for Riverside Records. The Interplay Sessions is a 1982 Milestone album that includes the entirety of this album, and tracks recorded for Riverside on August 21 & 22 of the same year with a slightly different lineup. The Interplay Sessions peaked at on the Billboard Jazz Albums charts in 1983. The CD reissue Interplay adds another take of "I'll Never Smile Again" as a bonus track.
Interplay stands as some of Bill Evans' most enigmatic and unusual music in makeup as well as execution. It was recorded in July 1962 with a very young Freddie Hubbard from the Jazz Messengers, guitarist Jim Hall, bassist Percy Heath, and drummer Philly Joe Jones performing five veteran standards. Evans has a more blues-based approach to playing: harder, edgier, and in full flow, fueled in no small part by Hall, who is at his very best here, swinging hard whether it be a ballad or an uptempo number.
Interplay is a 1963 album by jazz musician Bill Evans. It was recorded in July and August 1962 in New York City for Riverside Records. The Interplay Sessions is a 1982 album that includes this album as well as some sessions recorded on August 21–22 of the same year for Milestone Records (also with Philly Joe Jones and Jim Hall, but with Zoot Sims and Ron Carter replacing Percy Heath on bass). After months of seclusion, Evans re-emerged with a new trio, in 1963, Evans recorded Conversations with Myself, an innovative solo album using the unconventional technique of overdubbing over himself. In 1966, he met bassist Eddie Gómez, with whom he would work for eleven years, several successful albums followed, such as Bill Evans at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Alone and The Bill Evans Album, among others.
Interplay (Bill Evans album), Interplay is a 1963 album by jazz musician Bill Evans It was recorded in July and August 1962 in NYC for Riverside Records The Interplay Sessions. The Interplay Sessions peaked at on the Billboard Jazz Albums charts in 1983 The CD reissue Interplay adds another take of "I'll Never Smile Again" as a bonus track At the Grammy Awards of 1984, Orrin Keepnews won the Grammy Award for Best Album Notes for the reissue.
Tracklist: 1. You And The Night And The Music, 2. When You Wish Upon A Star, 3. I’ll Never Smile Again, 4. Interplay, 5. You Go To My Head, 6. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams. 5. You Go To My Head. 6. More albums from Bill Evans: Autumn Leaves by Bill Evans. Further Conversations With Myself by Bill Evans. Conversations With Myself by Bill Evans. What’s New by Bill Evans. s And Other Great Songs by Bill Evans. At Shelly’s Manne-Hole, Hollywood, California by Bill Evans.
Interplay (LP, Album, Mono). Interplay (LP, Album). RLP 445. Bill Evans Quintet. Interplay (LP, Album, Mono).
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The following is a listing of the jazz pianist Bill Evans' original albums. He recorded over 50 albums as a leader between 1956 and 1980 and also played as a sideman on nearly as many more. He broke new ground in many of his piano trio, duet and solo recordings. Several of those won or were nominated for Grammy Awards. Jerry Wald and his Orchestra (1953). Listen to the Music of Jerry Wald (1955). The Singing Reed (1955). A Message from Garcia (1955).
|A1||You And The Night And The Music||7:04|
|A2||When You Wish Upon A Star||5:42|
|A3||I'll Never Smile Again||6:31|
|B2||You Go To My Head||5:02|
|B3||Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams||6:24|
- Record Company – Orpheum Productions, Inc.
- Bass – Percy Heath
- Design – Ken Deardoff
- Drums – Philly Joe Jones*
- Engineer – Tom Nola*
- Guitar – Jim Hall
- Liner Notes – Joe Goldberg
- Photography By – Steve Schapiro
- Piano – Bill Evans
- Producer – Orrin Keepnews
- Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard
NotesLate 1960s teal colored Riverside labels.
Sleeve is "mono" sleeve with "stereo" sticker adhered to front.
Uses stampers from original stereo release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): MM RS-9445 A-1 Ⓜ
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): MM RS-9445 B-1 Ⓜ
|RM 445||Bill Evans||Interplay (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RM 445||US||1962|
|RM 445||Bill Evans||Interplay (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RM 445||France||1962|
|SR-7065||Bill Evans Quintet||Interplay (LP, Album)||Riverside Records||SR-7065||Japan||Unknown|
|VICJ-61065||Bill Evans Quintet||Interplay (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Riverside Records||VICJ-61065||Japan||2003|
|UCCO-99040||Bill Evans Quintet||Interplay (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Riverside Records||UCCO-99040||Japan||2014|