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Further Conversations with Myself is a 1967 album by jazz pianist Bill Evans. All the pieces are solo with piano overdubs, a method Evans used on his earlier release Conversations with Myself. It was reissued on CD by Verve in 1999. Emily" (Johnny Mandel, Johnny Mercer) - 4:56. Yesterdays" (Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern) - 3:50.
Conversations with Myself (album). Conversations with Myself is a 1963 album by American jazz musician Bill Evans. Recording with Glenn Gould's piano, CD 318, at studio sessions on February 6 and 9, and May 20, 1963, Evans used the then controversial method of overdubbing three different yet corresponding piano tracks for each song.
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An idea, however, the an album of Bill Evans playing with Bill Evans was hatched, and Evans was game. or rather the album Conversations With Myself. Conversations With Myself was a major undertaking, and perhaps, an even greater risk. Overdubbing was sneered at by most jazz people, looked at as "gimmicky" and "synthetic". Evans work on the ten tunes included here is truly inspired and amazing to behold. each keenly aware of what the others are doing, and perhaps more importantly, will do.
Evans followed Conversations with Myself with Further Conversations with Myself (1967) and New Conversations (1978), both recorded in a similar vein.