A Soulful E Minor Lick By Bill Evans (LOTW #224)

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In 1961, Bill Evans recorded his 4th album as a leader “Explorations.”

It featured some more experimental and advanced jazz piano techniques, but through it all carries his deep sense of style and soulfulness.

Here is a lick taken from the beginning of his solo on “Nardis,” an original composition of Bill’s which went on to become a jazz standard tune. 

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Happy Practicing!

Sterling Cozza

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