“Keep searching for that sound you hear in your head Until it becomes a reality.” . . . In late 1959, Evans left the Miles Davis band and began his career as a leader, with bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian, a group now regarded as a seminal modern jazz trio. In 1961, ten days after finishing an engagement at the New York Village Vanguard jazz club (where the highly acclaimed Sunday at the Village Vanguard and Waltz for Debby albums were recorded) LaFaro died in a car accident. After months of seclusion, Evans re-emerged with a new trio, featuring bassist Chuck Israels. Bill Evans is seen as the main reformer of the harmonic language of jazz piano. Evans's harmonic language was influenced by impressionist composers such as Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel. His versions of jazz standards, as well as his own compositions, often featured thorough reharmonisations. Musical features included added tone chords, modal inflections, unconventional substitutions, and modulations.
Легенда на легенде. Ламборгини Эспада на знаменитом пешеходном переходе на Эбби Роуд - в легендарном месте, знакомом всем меломанам мира, как минимум - поклонникам The Beatles. Кстати, модель выпущена в том же году, что и Hey Jude, знаменитый хит ливерпульской четверки. @Regran_ed
- Lamborghini Polo Storico brought a restored Lamborghini Espada to Abbey Road, a legendary location for music lovers. Lamborghini Espada was born the very same year as “Hey Jude” by @thebeatles.
Can you guess it? Disclaimer: Don't park in the crosswalk! 😎 #Lamborghini #TheBeatles #Espada #PoloStorico #Music #Classic #AbbeyRoad