BILL JONES PHILLY JOE EVANS GREEN DOLPHIN STREET LP VINYL NEW (US) 33RPM
1. You and the Night and the Music
2. My Heart Stood Still
3. On Green Dolphin Street
4. How Am I to Know?
5. Woody'n You
6. Woody'n You
7. Loose Bloose
Nearly a month after the recording of Everybody Digs Bill Evans, on January 19, 1959, the pianist entered the studio again to record a new trio date, which also featured Philly Joe Jones on drums, but this time with Paul Chambers on bass (the three of them had been working with Miles Davis; Chambers and Evans would record the classic album Kind of Blue with Miles in March/April of 1959; Philly Joe Jones had left Miles in mid-1958, and he was replaced by Jimmy Cobb). The January 19 session was originally planned as a Chet Baker date, but after the tunes with the trumpeter were made, the trio taped the six tracks that open this LP, which is completed by an alternate take of Loose Bloose, from a 1962 date by Evans, Jim Hall and Zoot Sims. Contrary to producer Orrin Keepnews' thoughts at that time (as expressed in the original liner notes), the complete tapes from that date resurfaced later and were subsequently issued. We have added a further tune from that session as a bonus at the end of Side B.