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I Remember Bill- A Tribute To Bill Evans
- Don Sebesky

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01. Waltz For Debby [Evans] 4:43
02. I Remember Bill [Sebesky] 5:26
03. So What [Davis] 8:21
04. Quiet Now [Zeitlin] 4:03
05. All The Things You Are [Hammerstein/Kern] 6:13
06. Peace Piece [Evans] 6:44
07. Bill, Not Gil [Sebesky] 5:55
08. Very Early [Evans] 7:18
09. T.T.T.T. (Twelve Tone Tune Two) [Evans] 4:18
10. Autumn Leaves [Kosma/M/P] 4:49
11. Blue In Green [Davis] 5:03
12. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You [Bassman/Washington] 7:48
13. Epilogue [Evans] 1:06
14. Bill Evans Interview
NOTES
Date: April 7, 1998
Length: 77:40 minutes
Label: BMG/RCA VICTOR
Genre: JAZZ
Category: Jazz
T/T BILL EVANS

CREDITS
Performers
Martin Agee : Violin
Randy Andos : Horn (Baritone), Tuba
Kenny Berger : Bassoon, Brass, Clarinet, Clarinet (Bass), Flute, Sax (Tenor), Woodwind
Bob Brookmeyer : Trombone, Trombone (Valve)
Jeanie Bryson : Percussion, Strings, Vocals
Kenneth Burward-Hoy : Viola
Sarah Carter : Cello
Tom Christensen : Flute, Horn, Oboe, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor), Violin
Larry Coryell : Guitar
Cenovia Cummins : Violin
Eddie Daniels : Clarinet, French Horn, Strings, Woodwind
Peter Eldridge : Woodwind
Max Ellen : Violin
Sue Evans : Percussion
Lawrence Feldman : Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano), Violin
Eddie Gomez : Bass
Peter Gordon : French Horn
Tom Harrell : Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Evan Johnson : Violin
Marc Johnson : Bass
Shinwon Kim : Violin
Lauren Kinhan : Woodwind
Lee Konitz : Sax (Alto)
Joe Labarbera : Brass, Drums, Woodwind
Hubert Laws : Flute
Jesse Levine : Viola
Roy Lewis : Violin
Joe Lovano : Sax (Tenor)
Dennis Mackrel : Cymbals, Drums
Darmon Meader : Woodwind
Johnny Miller : Bass
Marty Morell : Drums
John Mosca : Horn (Baritone), Trombone
Joe Mosello : Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Kim Nazarian : Woodwind
New York Voices : Vocals
Brian O'Flaherty : Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Caryl Paisner : Cello
Joe Passaro : Cortale, Cymbals, French Horn, Glockenspiel, Gong, Maraccas, Percussion, Strings, Tympani [Timpani], Violin, Woodwind
John Pizzarelli : Guitar, Vocals
Jim Pugh : Horn (Baritone), Trombone
Alan Raph : Horn (Baritone), Trombone (Bass)
Barry Ries : Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Dave Samuels : Brass, Strings, Vibraphone, Vibraphone, Woodwind
Laura Seaton : Violin
Dale Stuckenbruck : Violin
Mitsue Takayama : Viola
Toots Thielemans : Harmonica, Strings, Woodwind
David Tofani : Flute, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor), Violin
Chuck Wilson : Clarinet, Flute, Piccolo, Sax (Soprano)

Production Credits
Steve Gates : Executive Producer
Lee Konitz
Jana Leon : Photography
Tom McCluskey : Engineer
Johnny Miller : Strings Contractor
John Mosca : Contractor
Jay Newland : Engineer
Ken Ross : Assistant Engineer
Don Sebesky : Arranger, Conductor, Engineer, Main Performer, Producer
Ken Sebesky
Joe Shatoff : Assistant Engineer
Keith Shortreed : Assistant Engineer
John Snyder : Producer
Jason Standard : Assistant Engineer
Stephanie L. Stein : Liner Notes


Biography(Donald Sebesky)
Donald J. Sebesky - BORN: December 10, 1937, Perth Amboy, NJ

Don Sebesky is best known as house arranger for many of producer Creed Taylor's Verve, A&M and CTI productions -- the man whose orchestral backgrounds helped make artists like Wes Montgomery, Paul Desmond, Freddie Hubbard and George Benson acceptable to audiences outside jazz. He has taken critical heat for this, but Sebesky's arrangements have usually been among the classiest in his field, reflecting a solid knowledge of the orchestra, drawing variously from big-band jazz, rock, ethnic music, classical music of all eras and even the avant-garde for ideas. He once cited Bartok as his favorite composer but one also hears lots of Stravinsky in his work.

Sebesky started out professionally as a trombonist while still at the Manhattan School of Music, working with Kai Winding, Claude Thornhill, the Tommy Dorsey Band led by Warren Covington, Maynard Ferguson and Stan Kenton. In 1960, he gave up the trombone to concentrate upon arranging and conducting, eventually receiving the breakthrough assignment of Montgomery's Bumpin' album (1965). Some of the most attractive examples of his work for jazz headliners include Bumpin,' Benson's The Shape of Things to Come, Desmond's From the Hot Afternoon, and Hubbard's First Light. He began to step out into the spotlight with the release of his all-star Giant Box, which was followed by sporadic further releases on CTI and GNP/Crescendo. He has also written classical works and a book, The Contemporary Arranger (Port Washington, NY, 1975). ~ Richard S. Ginell, All Music Guide


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