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The Last Waltz

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Disc 1 of 8
01
After You
2:41  
02
Like Someone In Love
6:56  
03
Polka Dots And Moonbeams
7:03  
04
Emily
5:43  
05
Turn Out The Stars
9:14  
06
I Do It For Your Love
6:33  
07
Nardis
7:18  
08
But Beautiful
4:50  
Disc 2 of 8
01
Yet Ne'er Broken
6:40  
02
Knit For Mary F
7:03  
03
The Touch Of Your Lips
5:29  
04
My Man's Gone Now
6:52  
05
Turn Out The Stars
6:31  
06
Your Story
5:12  
07
Nardis
17:41  
Disc 3 of 8
01
Peau Douce
5:43  
02
Yet Ne'er Broken
6:08  
03
My Foolish Heart
5:13  
04
Up With The Lark
5:52  
05
Turn Out The Stars
8:01  
06
I Do It For Your Love
6:07  
07
Nardis
15:55  
08
Noelle's Theme / I Love You, Porgy
7:30  
Disc 4 of 8
01
Yet Ne'er Broken
6:06  
02
Spring Is Here
4:16  
03
Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)
6:00  
04
Letter To Evan
6:44  
05
If You Could See
5:28  
06
The Two Lonely People
6:43  
07
A Sleepin' Bee
5:18  
08
Haunted Heart
4:49  
09
Five
4:19  
Disc 5 of 8
01
Re: Person I Knew
4:03  
02
Tiffany
5:36  
03
Polka Dots And Moonbeams
6:16  
04
Like Someone In Love
7:02  
05
Your Story
4:26  
06
Someday My Prince Will Come
7:05  
07
Letter To Evan
6:28  
08
My Romance
9:15  
09
But Beautiful
4:03  
Disc 6 of 8
01
Mornin' Glory
3:59  
02
Emily
4:59  
03
Knit For Mary F
6:25  
04
Days Of Wine And Roses
7:46  
05
Up With The Lark
5:19  
06
My Foolish Heart
4:17  
07
Nardis
15:17  
08
But Beautiful
3:50  
Disc 7 of 8
01
My Foolish Heart
4:03  
02
Nardis
17:47  
03
Mother Of Earl
5:04  
04
If You Could See Me Now
5:49  
05
My Man's Gone Now
4:36  
06
Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)
6:05  
07
Waltz For Debby
6:20  
08
Spring Is Here
3:51  
09
Five
3:53  
Disc 8 of 8
01
Letter To Evan
8:07  
02
My Man's Gone Now
6:27  
03
34 Skidoo
6:28  
04
Spring Is Here
4:44  
05
Autumn Leaves
5:39  
06
Knit For Mary F
6:31  
07
Nardis
19:35  
Album Information
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Total Tracks: 65   Total Length: 437:03

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Lovely, powerful

timabouttown

This is rich, beautiful stuff, integrating his early lightness into his increasingly heavy later sound. These are the late sets for his last stand- "Consecration" is the first sets. So far, I like these a lot better, but to be honest, the recording isn't great - high quality as far as unauthorized recordings go, but a bit noisy. I'd be inclined to dock it as much as a full star for that, except that the playing is so amazing. You probably don't need to hear all 8 disks in one sitting - he sure didn't play them that way - but you need to hear them all, even if you can only download a disk at a time. Or start by downloading all the versions of Nardis. :-) Either way, note that the tags do NOT include disk numbers. Plan accordingly.

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Must have!

kirkmc1

This is beautiful stuff. I bought this, and the other 6-CD set Turn out the Stars, about a dozen years ago. These two sets are what I listen to most by Bill Evans (I have almost all his recordings). Wonderful music, and excellent trio, and the knowledge that he went away soon after makes it all the more poignant.

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