Bill Evans Swings this Opening Melodic Sequence from “Waltz for Debby” (LOTW #175)

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Bill Evans swings this opening melodic sequence

On one of his most iconic trio tunes,”Waltz for Debby,” Bill Evans takes a left turn from the ordinary waltz and goes into 4/4 meter after the first chorus!

Check out this week’s lick as Bill opens his solo with a beautiful melodic sequence, demonstrating quintessential characteristics of his own style improvisation.

The rest of the solo is full of great lines, don’t hesitate to check it out!

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Alex Linn

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