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Diane Linscott: You Must Believe In Spring

Read "You Must Believe In Spring" reviewed by Paul Lewis

This album awakens with the confident, multi-faceted voice of Diane Linscott swinging “I Got The Sun In The Morning? in a voice you could momentarily mistake for a young Lena Horne. Momentarily, though, because Linscott's voice, lovely pronunciation, and restrained use of dynamic changes are all her own. Listeners longing for something avant-garde or seriously stylized ...

Bill Evans: You Must Believe in Spring

Read "You Must Believe in Spring" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

After more than a decade as one of the pianist’s most sympathetic bassists, this was Eddie Gomez’s last recording with Evans, a trio set with drummer Eliot Zigmund recorded in 1977 and released after Evans’ death in 1980.

Evans never stopped searching for new ideas. He might be faulted for repeatedly looking for them ...

Bill Evans: You Must Believe In Spring

Read "You Must Believe In Spring" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Somewhere between the huge box sets of Bill Evans’ work on Verve, Riverside, Fantasy and his final works (and almost final live dates) lie some true gems. Romantics fall easily for the gritty sounds of Evans accompanying singer Tony Bennett from 1975 and his two Paris concerts from 1979, both released on Blue Note, which are ...