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Here's What I Like

by Jack Reilly

A solo live recital by..."ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT CONTEMPORARY JAZZ PIANISTS". Nine tracks of great Standards, two tracks of Bill Evans classic tunes. and a lonley Reilly "COOKER" says it all.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. My Bells
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2. Peri's Scope
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2:42 album only
3. I Concentrate On You
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4:36 album only
4. I Fall in Love Too Easily
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5:13 album only
5. My Man's Gone Now
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1:44 album only
6. I Got Rhythm
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4:41 album only
7. Little Old Lady
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3:37 album only
8. My Funny Valentine
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3:21 album only
9. Lullaby of Birdland
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3:12 album only
10. Somewhere
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5:02 album only
11. Resurrection
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12. How Deep Is the Ocean
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Samuel Chell

The most faithful realization of Bill's conception (superior to the composer's)
"My Bells" simply has to be included among Bill Evans' most vibrant, inspired compositions, yet the two recordings of it by Bill utterly fail to do it justice--not because of Evans' performance but due to circumstances of engineering and/or production that obfuscate rather than illuminate Evans' genius. I think it's fair to say that Jack Reilly--an associate, protege, and colleague of Evans--has honored his teacher and friend through a performance that radiantly captures Bill Evans' conception, positioning the listener, perhaps for the first time, to resonate with the same vibrations that initially rang in the mind of the master.