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Ev·ans

(ev'ănz),
Herbert M., U.S. anatomist and physiologist, 1882-1971. See: Evans blue.

Ev·ans

(ev'ănz),
Robert S., U.S. physician, 1912-1974. See: Evans syndrome.
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Most significantly, Miles Ahead by Miles Davis + 19 reunited Miles with his late-1940s Birth of the Cool collaborator, arranger Gil Evans.
The fall 2000 EMP Innovators Series begins on the eve of Hendrix's birthday with A Magic Science: Celebrating Jimi Hendrix, a live performance at Benaroya Hall featuring Medeski Martin & Wood, The Gil Evans Orchestra (directed by Miles Evans), Vernon Reid, Chris Whitley and others.
It's an especially rewarding collection of tunes for those of us who heard him recently leading the Hans Koller band in a mixture of his own pieces and those of Gil Evans, because his own Antique andTennis,Anyone?
A cross-section of tracks from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, Forever Miles includes "Dear Old Stockholm," an alternate take from the Miles and John Coltrane box set; "Blues For Pablo," Take 1 from the Miles and Gil Evans box set; "Hand Jive," an alternate take from the Miles Quintet box set; "Early Minor," a new mix from the In A Silent Way box set; and "Directions," an unreleased version from Live at the Fillmore East 1970.
does the improbable job of linking 60s folkies Tim Buckley and Van Morrison with Miles and his producer Gil Evans and Sly and the Family Stone.
Versace and Scheps met in 1993 while playing in the Gil Evans Band at Sweet Basil in New York City's Greenwich Village.
He has worked with artists as diverse as Nigel Kennedy, Elvis Costello, Carla Bley and Gil Evans and has also written music for theatre and television.
Owens singles out Gil Evans as "the most venerated big-band leader/composer/arranger in bebop" (p.
He was one week away from recording with renowned arranger Gil Evans (who worked with Miles Davis on Sketches of Spain and Porgy and Bess).
The occasion is the final in three evenings of Birmingham Jazz celebrations of the life and work of the arranger Gil Evans, the man who provided the distinctive and atmospheric musical settings for Davis's Sketches Of Spain album, and earlier had contributed to the trumpeter's seminal Birth Of The Cool project.
The partnership with Gil Evans spanned 1957 to 1968, and encompassed the music for the LPs Miles Ahead, Porgy And Bess, Sketches Of Spain, and Quiet Nights, but there is much more to be heard here.
Sheppard has performed across the globe, collaborating with artists as diverse as Nigel Kennedy, Elvis Costello, Carla Bley, Gil Evans, John Martyn and dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah.