Gil Evans And His Orchestra - There Comes A Time album
Title: There Comes A Time
Style: Post Bop, Big Band
Date of release: 1984
Size MP3: 1591 mb
Size FLAC: 1168 mb
Format: MP1 ASF MMF MP4 MIDI AA MP2
There Comes A Time comes not only with a 3 bonus tracks (that are marked jsut modestly somewhere on the obi), but with a full, over 19-minutes version of "The Meaning Of The Blues", that originaly take not even 6 minutes. Absolute must for a fusion fan, great guitar solos by Kawasaki ("There Comes A Time" sounds like a hell of tribute to Mahavishnu Orchestra) and horns.
There Comes A Time (CD, Album, RE, RM). BMG France. Gil Evans And His Orchestra. One of the advantages of the CD reissue is that there is a fuller version of The Meaning of the Blues (while I can't help thinking that the 16 minute There Comes a Time could have done with some pruning, the simple and constant bass line becoming very tedious after a while)
There Comes a Time (Williams) - 16:08 03. Makes Her Move (Evans) - 1:41 04. Little Wing (Hendrix) - 5:32 05. The Meaning of the Blues (Troup-Worth) - 20:04 06. Aftermath the Fourth Movement: Children of the Fire (Peterson) - 5:40 07. Anita's Dance (Evans) - 2:56 08. Joy Spring (Brown) - 2:18 09. So Long (Evans) - 16:39 10. Buzzard Variations (From "Porgy and Bess") (Evans) - 2:37. Gil Evans - piano, electric piano, arranger, conductor Hannibal Marvin Peterson - trumpet, koto, vocals Ernie Royal, Lew Soloff - trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet John Clark, Peter Gordon - French.
02 - There Comes a Time. 10 - Buzzard Variations (From 'Porgy and Bess'). Gil Evans - There Comes a Time.
Gil Evans was born to Ian Ernest Green and Margaret Julia McConnachy on May 13, 1912. Originally named Ian Ernest Gilmore Green, he would eventually change his name from Green to Evans, taking the name of his step-father. Another collaboration from this period, Quiet Nights (1962) was issued later, against the wishes of Davis, who broke with his then-producer Teo Macero for a time as a result. In 1974, he released an album of his, and other band member's, arrangements of music by Hendrix with guitarists John Abercrombie and Ryo Kawasaki. 2007: Gil Evans and His Orchestra. 2007: Strange Fruit with Sting. 2009: Miles Davis – The Cool Jazz Sound.
Listen to There Comes a Time from The Gil Evans Orchestra's Live at Umbria Jazz, Vol. 2 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The family soon moved to California, where he spent the first decades of his life. From 1946 onwards he lived and worked in New York City. Ian Ernest Gilmore "Gil" Evans (né Green) (May 13, 1912 – March 20, 1988) was a jazz pianist, arranger, composer and bandleader, active in the United States.
This CD reissue of Gil Evans' There Comes a Time differs greatly from the original LP of the same name. Not only are there three previously unreleased performances ("Joy Spring," "So Long," and "Buzzard Variation"), but "The Meaning of the Blues" has been expanded from six minutes to 20, and two numbers, "Little Wing" and "Aftermath the Fourth Movement/Children of the Fire," have been dropped (the former was reissued on Evans' Jimi Hendrix tribute album) and the remaining four tracks were.
GIL EVANS & Orchestra There Comes A Time RARE SEALED New Vinyl LP David Sanborn. Gil Evans There Comes a Time Lp 1976 Vintage Jazz Record. Gil Evans & Orchestra There Comes A Time 8 Track Tape SEALED Jazz RARE. Gil Evans There Comes A Time UK vinyl LP album record PL11057 RCA 1976. GIL EVANS ORCHESTRA There Comes A Time LP VINYL UK Rca 1976 7 Track (Pl11057).
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|A1||King Porter Stomp
Written-By – Ferd "Jelly Roll" Morton*
|A2||There Comes A Time
Written-By – Tony Williams*
|A3||Makes Her Move
Written-By – Gil Evans
Written-By – Jimi Hendrix
|B2||The Meaning Of The Blues
Written-By – Bobby Troup, Lee Worth*
|B3||Aftermath The Fourth Movement Children Of The Fire
Written-By – Hannibal Marvin Peterson
Written-By – Gil Evans
- Record Company – RVC Corporation
- Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – David Sanborn
- Art Direction – Dick Smith
- Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Howard Johnson
- Celesta [Celeste], Timpani [Tympani], Congas, Cowbell – Sue Evans
- Drums – Tony Williams* (tracks: A1, A3 to B4), Bruce Ditmas (tracks: A2)
- Electric Bass – Herb Bushler (tracks: A1, A3 to B4), Paul Metzke (tracks: A2)
- Electric Guitar – Ryo Kawasaki
- Engineer – Gus Mossler
- Engineer [Mixing] – Ray Hall
- French Horn – John Clark , Pete Levin, Peter Gordon
- Percussion [Vibes], Marimba, Chimes, Gong, Drum [Tuned] – Warren Smith
- Percussion, Tabla, Cuica – Bruce Ditmas
- Photography By [Cover] – David B. Hecht
- Photography By [Liner] – Allan Tannenbaum
- Piano, Electric Piano, Percussion [Celeste] – Gil Evans
- Producer [Associate] – Anita Evans, Teddy Randazzo
- Producer [Production, Direction] – Anita Evans, Gil Evans
- Steel Guitar, Synthesizer [Drums], Bells – Joe Gallivan
- Synthesizer – Paul Metzke
- Synthesizer, Organ – David Horowitz, Pete Levin
- Synthesizer, Piccolo Flute – Tom Malone
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Billy Harper, George Adams
- Trombone – Joe Daley, Tom Malone
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ernie Royal, Lew Soloff
- Trumpet, Koto, Vocals – Hannibal Marvin Peterson
- Tuba – Bob Stewart (tracks: A1 to B1, B4), Howard Johnson , Joe Daley (tracks: B2, B3), Tom Malone
NotesRecorded at RCA's Studio "B", New York City on March - June 1975.
|APL1-1057||Gil Evans And His Orchestra||There Comes A Time (LP, Album)||RCA||APL1-1057||US||1976|
|5783-2-RB||Gil Evans||There Comes A Time (CD, Album, RE, RM)||RCA, Bluebird||5783-2-RB||USA & Canada||1987|
|74321313922||Gil Evans And His Orchestra||There Comes A Time (CD, Album, RE)||BMG France, RCA||74321313922||France||1995|
|APL1-1057||Gil Evans And His Orchestra||There Comes A Time (8-Trk)||RCA||APL1-1057||US||1976|
|PL 11057||Gil Evans And His Orchestra||There Comes A Time (LP, Album)||RCA||PL 11057||UK||1976|