I never thought I’d ever say that Bill Evans could be out done but Jimmie Rowles does a masterful interpretation of this composition.
… and Getz… could play with anybody and make them sound 500% better. This pianist didn’t need any help.
Composed by Bill Evans.
Recorded in 1975 and Released off the 1997 album Stan Getz presents Jimmie Rowles – Label: CBS in The Neverthands and Label: Columbia in the US.
Jimmie Rowles – piano
Stan Getz – Sax
This beautiful rendition from the Mal Waldron composition “All Alone” (originally released as a solo in 1966) was put on an album in 1990 to pay homage to French film soundtracks.
Waldron’s career started in 1950 with Ike Quebec, He was Billy Holiday’s pianist in her final years and throughout seemed to play and lead with every renown jazz artist there was.
A native New Yorker he moved to Europe where his home-base became France, Munich then Brussels where he died in 2002. He remained actively playing until the end.
Barney Wilen was born in France and started with Miles Davis when Davis was touring there. He led his own bands and produced numerous albums from that year on until his death in 1996.
Detroit Native James Carter blows one beautifully written composition off this 1994 album, The Real Quiet Storm.
For 29 years this saxophonist has played with and is among the best. What piece of music regardless of musical genre that ever came out of this city was anything but.
Our musicians have always been the elite.