Miles Evans: Two-Part Harmony
AAJ: What's coming up on your musical menu?
ME: I'm working on it right now. I'll be flying to Los Angeles and working in the studio, and once it's done you'll see what will be brewing. There'll be [bassist] Darryl Jones, [saxophonist] Bob Sheppard, [keyboardist] Mitchel Forman, a really awesome backup singer for the Rolling Stones, Bernard Fowler, and Steve Ferrone, who is an incredible drummer who's now playing for Tom Petty. These musicians are unique and, guaranteed, the music will be too.
AAJ: What about the future of The Gil Evans Orchestra?
ME: The Gil Evans Orchestra has a bright future, with upcoming concerts in New York and elsewhere. We'll produce and perform great music, continuing the legacy with a fresh innovation. You'll see.
Ray Russell, Goodbye Svengali (Cuneiform, 2006)
Gil Evans, 75th Birthday Concert (BBC Music, 2001)
Lew Soloff, Rainbow Mountains (32Jazz, 2000)
Gil Evans Orchestra, A Tribute to Gil (Soul Note, 1997)
Bob Moses, Time Stood Still (Grammavision, 1993)
Gil Evans, Live at Sweet Basil, Vols. 1 & 2 (Evidence, 1984)