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  1. Daigis Reply
    Apr 27,  · You Must Believe In Spring Gary's Them We Will Meet Again (For Harry) The Peacocks Sometime Ago Theme From M*A*S*H (aka Suicide Is Painless) Without A Song Freddie Freeloader All Of You Recorded on August 23–25, at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles. Personnel Bill Evans - piano Eddie Gómez - bass Eliot.
  2. Gosho Reply
    YOU MUST BELIEVE IN SPRING was an album by the Jazz pianist recorded in August This well-rounded set features the highly influential Evans in a set of typically sensitive trio performances.
  3. Mugami Reply
    You Must Believe in Spring may refer to: "You Must Believe in Spring", a popular song written by Michel Legrand and Jacques Demy for the French film The Young Girls of Rochefort; You Must Believe in Spring (Bill Evans album), recorded in and released in ; You Must Believe in Spring (Frank Morgan album),
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    We Will Meet Again is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans made for Warner Bros. Records in It is notable in that it is Evans's last studio recording. After the suicide of Bill Evans' older brother, Harry, earlier in , Bill made this album with his brother in mind, "We Will Meet Again" is addressed to Harry.
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    Find Bill Evans discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. We Will Meet Again: Warner Archives / Warner Bros. I Will Say Goodbye: Concord You Must Believe in Spring: Warner Bros. The Paris Concert, Edition 1: Elektra / Rhino The Paris Concert: Edition Two.
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    参照 You Must Believe In Spring, CD, Album, RE, RM, , 2 My year love affair with Bill Evans took a new turn with this masterpiece. Recorded in and only released posthumously in , this was Evan’s first collaboration with Warner Brothers, along with one of his most overlooked trios.