Sunday, 15 April 2012

Bill Evans - Symbiosis (1974)

When Harold Rhodes invented the Rhodes piano in 1942 as a therapeutic device for wounded soldiers, there is little chance he could have imagined it being featured on an album as it is on Symbiosis. Symbiosis was Evans's third orchestral release with arranger and conductor Claus Ogerman and it showcases Evans's work on the Steinway and Rhodes with a classical/jazz backing. Under the direction of Ogeman, the orchestra effortlessly shifts between driving latin rhythms, swinging jazz, and space-like grooves to create a wholly unique listening experience. Also, Eddie Gomez plays bass and Marty Morell plays drums - bonus!

Vinyl ripped @ 320 kbps

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  2. fantastic upload. thank u so very much

  3. Yo...this a ridiculous Album! Brilliant!

  4. Anyway we can get a new link of this?!?! Thanks!!!