Gil Evans - The Rest Of Gil Evans Live At The Royal Festival Hall London 1978 album mp3
Gil Evans Live at the Royal Festival Hall London 1978 is a live album by jazz composer, arranger, conductor and pianist Gil Evans recorded in London in 1978 by Evans with an orchestra featuring Arthur Blythe, George Adams, and Lew Soloff and released on RCA label. All compositions by Gil Evans except as indicated. Angel" (Jimi Hendrix) - 5:05. Parabora" (Alan Shorter) - 6:45. Orange Was The Colour of Her Dress then Silk Blue" (Charles Mingus) - 7:00.
Royal Festival Hall, London. He recorded and performed with Gil Evans and was a regular member of Evans' Monday Night ensembles until Evans' death. His 2010 recording Sketches of Spain is a tribute to the classic 1959-60 Miles Davis-Gil Evans collaboration, and he has performed the equally legendary and prodigiously difficult (reconstructed) Evans arrangements of George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess. Parabola is a double album by jazz composer, arranger, conductor and pianist Gil Evans recorded in Italy in 1978 by Evans with an orchestra featuring Arthur Blythe, Steve Lacy and Lew Soloff and released on the Italian Horo label. Pete Levin (born December 20, 1942) is an American jazz keyboardist, composer, and record producer.
The Rest Of Gil Evans Live At The Royal Festival Hall London 1978 is a progressive big band music live album recording by GIL EVANS released in 1981 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. George Adams Trumpet, Chimes – Hannibal Marvin Peterson Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ernie Royal Trumpet, Trumpet – Lew Soloff Tuba, Flugelhorn – Bob Stewart. Mole Jazz – MOLE 3 (UK). The Individualism of Gil Evans Remastered · Extra tracks Verve Records 1989. Svengali Koch Records 1999.
1979 live album by Gil Evans. Gil Evans Live at the Royal Festival Hall London 1978. Live album by. Gil Evans. Royal Festival Hall, London.
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Arranged by Gil Evans, except "Voodoo Chile" arranged by Howard Johnson Produced by Peter Ball and Peter Bould Recorded by TAA/Triarts Associates Limited, Engineers: Peter Ball and Peter Bould Assisted by Christopher Bould, Ray Butcher, Joe McCorry and Rainer Schneider on Saturday 25th February 1978 at the Royal Festival Hall, London Remixed by Peter Ball and Peter Bould, early 1980 Mastered.
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Arranged By – Gil EvansWritten-By – Thelonious Monk
|A2||Up From The Skies
Arranged By – Gil EvansWritten-By – Jimi Hendrix
|B1||Variation On The Misery
Arranged By – Gil EvansWritten-By – Gil Evans
Arranged By – Howard Johnson Written-By – Jimi Hendrix
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mole Jazz
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Triarts Associates Limited
- Copyright (c) – Mole Jazz
- Copyright (c) – Triarts Associates Limited
- Pressed By – Nimbus Records Limited
- Recorded At – Royal Festival Hall
- Mastered At – Trident Studios
- Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Arthur Blythe
- Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Sopranino Saxophone, Flute – David Sanborn
- Design, Layout, Sleeve – Judy Bould
- Drums, Timpani, Percussion – Sue Evans
- Electric Bass – Herb Bushler
- Engineer [Assistant] – Christopher Bould, Joe McCorry, Rainer Schneider, Ray Butcher
- Executive-Producer – Ed Dipple*, Graham Griffiths , Pete Fincham*
- French Horn, Electric Guitar – John Clark
- Keyboards – Masabumi Kikuchi
- Liner Notes – Charles Fox
- Mastered By – Ray Staff
- Photography By [Cover] – Peter Bould
- Piano, Electric Piano – Gil Evans
- Producer, Engineer, Mixed By [Remix] – Peter Ball , Peter Bould
- Recorded By – Triarts Associates Limited
- Synthesizer [Mini Moog], Clavinet – Pete Levin
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Alto Flute – George Adams
- Trumpet, Chimes [Bell Chimes] – Hannibal Marvin Peterson
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ernie Royal
- Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet – Lew Soloff
- Tuba, Flugelhorn – Bob Stewart
NotesRecorded Saturday 25th February 1978
℗ and © 1981
The concert was presented by the Jazz Centre Society on behalf of the Contemporary Music Network of the Arts Council of Great Britain