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Empathy

Bill Evans, Shelly Manne

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Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award - 1994

"He has become one of the major enduring forces in jazz piano."
- All About Jazz

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1
The Washington Twist
Bill Evans; Shelly Manne
6:31
2
Danny Boy
Bill Evans; Shelly Manne
3:44
3
Let's Go Back To The Waltz
Bill Evans; Shelly Manne
4:33
4
With A Song In My Heart
Bill Evans; Shelly Manne
9:13
5
Goodbye
Bill Evans; Shelly Manne
5:11
6
I Believe In You
Bill Evans; Shelly Manne
5:59
Total Playing Time    35:11
Influential and innovative jazz pianist Bill Evans took time off from his regular trio to record Empathy with drummer Shelly Manne (who shares equal billing) and bassist Monty Budwig. Critics noted that the impromptu collaboration seemed to loosen Evans up, inspiring a lighter, freer and more relaxed performance on this album than on his previous recordings with his usual bandmates.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – The Verve Music Group Studio Masters

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