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Sinatra, Frank. Universal Music Publishing Group. Bill Evans - Conversations with Myself. Nardis The Bill Evans Trio. For me, the version to really delve into is performed by Bill Evans. A tortured genius who lived an isolated life which he escaped through drugs and music. I can really relate to times where this song helped me through tough passages. In his Conversations with Myself LP, Evans stretched out the melody and played to the outright extent of what jazz standards allowed. His phrasing and light touches give the song more light and fluidity.
The one that gets me everytime, however, is another solo piano rendition nicknamed Nardis from the excellent Japanese compilation Solo Sessions. This version lets all the emotional weight transpire and the playing is absolutely marvelous. I am sure everyone in the world is affected differently by the song, but it surely resonates with all people around the globe.Discogs: Vinyl, What's New. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.