This 1959 release had a profound impact on jazz history and features Scott
LaFaro on bass and Paul Motian on drums.
Bill Evans made two albums in 1959 that had a profound impact on jazz history -
Kind of Blue with Miles Davis and this debut disc by Evans' first permanent
working unit. The fluidity and interdependence these three developed forever
changed the face of the piano trio, introducing new notions of shading, balance,
and poetic lyricism, not to mention the superhuman virtuosity of the tragically
short-lived bassist Scott LaFaro.
• Vinyl LP
Bill Evans, piano
Scott LaFaro, bass
Paul Motian, drums
1. Come Rain Or Come Shine
2. Autumn Leaves
4. When I Fall In Love
5. Peri's Scope
1. What Is This Thing Called Love?
2. Spring Is Here
3. Some Day My Prince Will Come
4. Blue In Green
Recorded in New York, December 28, 1959.