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Bill Evans Touch

by Bill Evans

Infectious melodies combined with the playing of Lee Ritenour, Wallace Roney, Chuck Loeb and the Voodoo Horns among others. A favorite among Evans fans
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. One Wild Ride
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2. Touch
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3. Nashville Cowboys
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4. In your Heart
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5. Dixie Hop
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6. Girl by the Sea
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7. Skippin'
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8. Remembering Those Times
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9. Back to the Wall
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10. Little Hands Little Feet
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11. A Country Mile
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An extremely lyrical CD with people like Wallace Roney, Lee Ritenour, etc. adding great personality to the music. It still contains some of the classic "rhythm and groove" that Evans is known for. The Evans song "Dixie Hop" is a favorite and almost standard among contemporary jazz groups today. Vinnie Colaiuta once again shows people why he is considered one of the best drummers in the world. Hard hitting yet very personal. Take a chance on this one and you'll find out that can't stop listening to it.


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