If you want to sound like Bill Evans, you have treat the “classical” end of the spectrum with equal respect and time as the jazz process.


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    1. Hi Nick,

      That’s my fault, I used the wrong audio track when editing the episode. The correct version should be up soon.

  1. This was terrific ~ full of very valuable insights and food for thought, including the Bill Evans quote ~ “You can’t be free without something to be free from”.
    Enjoyed it & learned lots – Thankyou!

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