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Bill Evans/Time Remembered (2015)

a biographical film featuring the music and times of Bill Evans with interviews from Tony Bennett, Jack Dejohnette, Billy Taylor, Paul Motian, Jon Hendricks, Orin Keepnews, Bobby Brookmeyer... See full summary »

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Bruce Spiegel
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Credited cast:
Connie Atkinson Connie Atkinson
Tony Bennett
Bill Charlap Bill Charlap
Jack DeJohnette Jack DeJohnette
Debby Evans Debby Evans ... Herself
Jon Hendricks Jon Hendricks
Chuck Israels Chuck Israels
Marty Morell Marty Morell
Paul Motian Paul Motian
Gary Peacock Gary Peacock
Eric Reed Eric Reed ... Himself
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a biographical film featuring the music and times of Bill Evans with interviews from Tony Bennett, Jack Dejohnette, Billy Taylor, Paul Motian, Jon Hendricks, Orin Keepnews, Bobby Brookmeyer, Pat Evans and more, including family and friends who knew Bill Evans well. l

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English

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November 2015 (USA) See more »

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A documentary as hauntingly beautiful as the composer's music
26 March 2017 | by useltoninmaSee all my reviews

As a recent jazz fan who wanted to learn more about Bill Evans, I purchased this on Reelhouse and it was worth every penny I paid. This document does a fabulous job of capturing the haunting beauty of Bill Evan's music by exploring the live of the man who created it. It contains extensive interviews with those who knew him, who had the pleasure - or sometimes painful experience - of working with him or being close to him. Family members, former members of the various incarnations of The Bill Evans Trio, fellow musicians and friends/significant others provide candid interviews that paint a portrait of a man who was both gifted with great talent, and cursed by his own set of demons. If you're a big Bill Evans fan, general jazz fan, or a music lover who's wanting to learn more about one of the great American composers of the 20th century, this documentary is a must-see. Highly recommended!


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