All things are easy if you are an expert (or lucky), riccardo!I don't know the recording. At first I thought it was a blind pianist, since there were very few "leaps" in the intro.Then the bass and drums came in, and it sounded very like Scott LaFaro, or a disciple (such as Eddie Gomez). Heavier thumps than Marty Morell or Paul Motian usually hits, though (maybe this is a question of microphone positions).But then it didn't sound a bit like Bill. Too pecky, too perky. Unless he was in one of his "moods".Jan Hammer in his Junior Trio days? George Shearing on a bender? Dave Brubeck? (certainly sounds heavy enough)I give up!
Actually, not Jan Hammer.A definite Evansite in his early days, but was more reflective than this.
Well, the bassist surely overplays in the annoying way Eddie Gomez does...pretty sure it's him. And the phrase at the very end of the piano solo sure smacks of Chick Corea.
I would love to think it was Cecil Taylor and chums moonlighting. However, is it Keith Jarrett?
@ Craig Nixonyou're right with the pianist, now is easy to complete the line-up!
@ PeterI understand your confusion: Bill Evans played (and recorded) this song dozens of times...
Spotting Corea was pretty easy. The drummer had me stumped though. Thought perhaps Airto from back in the day when he still played traps, but didn't sound like him either.
@ Craig NixonI may add that this trio made his debut in the late sixties and thencontinued to meet (from time to time) until a couple of years ago.
miroslav vitous on bass and roy haynes on drums ?giovanni
@ giovanniexact: Trio Music (C.Corea/M.Vitous/R.Haynes)
Hmmmmm ... well, I didn't get anywhere near that.Except curiously, in part, on a tangent. The Junior Trio I mentioned consisted of Jan Hammer, Miroslav Vitous and Alan Vitous. I can't claim credit even for that though, as I was trying to get at the pianist!Roy Haynes gives it quite a bit of a wallop. May partly be mic positions, as I mentioned. But I noticed Roy became more inclined to hit harder after the 60s. ~ But then again, wasn't he the young drummer Lester Young took to task at the end of the 40s for "dropping bombs" (bass drum overuse)? :D
Post a Comment