, attached to 1993-08-16

Review by christophishman

christophishman Listen starting at 6:11 into Reba. This is a very heavily teased The Peacocks off Bill Evans 'You Must Believe In The Spring' album. It was a nod to his birthday which was on this day. He would have been 64. He passed at 51 years young. Bill Evans if known for his own solo playing but is mostly recognized as the piano player on Kind Of Blue, the best selling jazz album to date featuring Miles Davis and John Coltrane. And possibly even more relevant, just up a few blocks from The American Theater, used to be a jazz club in the 1950's called Peacock Alley where Evans, Miles, Coltrane and many other names frequented. They tease The Peacocks more than once in this Reba.


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