Bill Evans – Danny Boy

Bill Evans used to say he never saw himself as a solo pianist and that early on in his career he wasn’t even that comfortable playing solo. However, his solo albums and renditions are generally considered to be some of the best solo jazz piano efforts.

Taken from the album Empathy – and a couple of other compilations – this version of Danny Boy is a sensitive long take on this great theme. It starts so gently this, truly beautiful. Within about 10 seconds Bill has you hooked.

3 Comments

  • Daniel commented on February 14, 2013 Reply

    Hello!

    Is it still possible to get this transcription? The link has expired as it appears. I would be very grateful if you could send it to the email address I provided. Thank you!

  • Jeff commented on March 27, 2013 Reply

    This link has -in fact- expired… If you are still offering the transcription and can email me the new link- (or even the pdf file) to the email address I provided… I would be equally grateful. Cheers!

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