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Bill Evans Trio|Portrait In Jazz (Remastered)

Portrait In Jazz (Remastered)

Bill Evans Trio

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Portrait In Jazz (Remastered)

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Come Rain Or Come Shine (Remastered)
00:03:19

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Warner Chappell, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

2
Autumn Leaves (Remastered)
00:05:56

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Peter Maurice Music, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

3
Autumn Leaves (mono Remastered)
00:05:22

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Peter Maurice Music, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

4
Witchcraft (Remastered)
00:04:32

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Warner-Chappell, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

5
When I Fall in Love (Remastered)
00:04:52

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Sony-ATV, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

6
Peri's Scope (Remastered)
00:03:12

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Kensington Music, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

7
What is This Thing Called Love? (Remastered)
00:04:34

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Warner-Chappell, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

8
Spring is Here (Remastered)
00:05:04

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Sony-ATV, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

9
Someday My Prince Will Come (Remastered)
00:04:52

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Warner-Chappell, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

10
Blue in Green (Take 2 Remastered)
00:04:29

Bill Evans Trio, MainArtist - Downtown Music, MusicPublisher

2010 RevOla Records 2010 Reva Records

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