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  • Performer: Bill Evans
  • Album: Escape
  • FLAC: 1992 mb | MP3: 1413 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Smooth Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
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Bill Evans  - Escape album flac

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1 Swing Hop
Drums – Billy KilsonGuitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Jim BeardSoprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Bill Evans Trombone – Ken MecciaTrumpet – Wallace RoneyVocals – Loni Groves, Mark Ledford, Robin BeckWords By, Rap – Ahmed BestWritten-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
5:34
2 Escape
Guitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Jim BeardPercussion – Manolo BadrenaScratches – Max RisenhooverSoprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Bill Evans Trumpet – Wallace RoneyWritten-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
5:59
3 Reality
Backing Vocals – Mark LedfordDrums – Billy KilsonElectric Bass – Ron JenkinsGuitar – Gary PoulsonKeyboards, Drum Programming – Jim BeardPercussion, Backing Vocals – Manolo BadrenaSoprano Saxophone – Bill Evans Words By, Rap – Ahmed BestWritten-By – Bill Evans
6:19
4 The Sunday After
Backing Vocals – Mark LedfordElectric Bass – Mark EganGuitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Jim BeardPercussion – Manolo BadrenaSoprano Saxophone – Bill Evans Written-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
6:00
5 Rattletrap
Bass – Ron JenkinsDrums – Steve FerroneGuitar – Gary PoulsonOrgan [Hammond B-3] – Jim BeardTenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Bill Evans Trumpet – Wallace RoneyWritten-By – Bill Evans
4:36
6 Flash In Dreamland
Backing Vocals – Loni Groves, Mark Ledford, Robin BeckGuitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Jim BeardSoprano Saxophone – Bill Evans Vocals – M.C. 900 Ft Jesus*Words By – Mark GriffinWritten-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
5:17
7 Coravilas
Backing Vocals – Loni Groves, Mark Ledford, Robin BeckGuitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Jim BeardPercussion – Manolo BadrenaSoprano Saxophone – Bill Evans Strings – Chelsea OrchestraWritten-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
7:39
8 Easilee
Bass – Victor BaileyDrums – Steve FerroneGuitar [Lead] – Lee RitenourKeyboards – Jim BeardPercussion – Manolo BadrenaRhythm Guitar – Jon HeringtonSoprano Saxophone – Bill Evans Written-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
4:55
9 Undercover
Drums – Steve FerroneElectric Bass – Marcus Miller, Ron JenkinsGuitar – Gary PoulsonGuitar [Solo] – Nick MorochOrgan [Hammond B-3], Loops [Drum] – Jim BeardOther [Party Vibe] – Bill Evans, Jim Beard, Mark Ledford, Loni Groves, Robin Beck, NaliniPercussion – Manolo BadrenaTenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Bill Evans Written-By – Bill Evans
5:26
10 La Di Da
Backing Vocals – Mark LedfordBass – Victor BaileyDrums – Jim Beard, Max RisenhooverGuitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards – Jim BeardPercussion – Manolo BadrenaSoprano Saxophone – Bill Evans Strings – Chelsea OrchestraWords By, Rap – Ahmed BestWritten-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
5:55
11 Armsakimbo
Bass – Victor BaileyDrums [Additional] – Max RisenhooverGuitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards, Drum Programming – Jim BeardPercussion – Manolo BadrenaSoprano Saxophone – Bill Evans Written-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
4:38
12 Aftermath
Backing Vocals – Mark LedfordDrums – Steve FerroneElectric Bass – Marcus MillerGuitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards, Programmed By [Bass] – Jim BeardTenor Saxophone – Bill Evans Trumpet – Wallace RoneyWritten-By – Bill Evans , Jim Beard
6:15
13 Undercover (Remix)
Drums – Steve FerroneElectric Bass – Marcus MillerGuitar – Gary PoulsonGuitar [Solo] – Nick MorochMixed By – Jim BeardOrgan [Hammond B-3], Loops [Drum] – Jim BeardOther [Party Vibe] – Bill Evans, Jim Beard, Mark Ledford, Loni Groves, Robin Beck, NaliniPercussion – Manolo BadrenaRemix – Marcus' Mad FlavTenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Bill Evans Written-By – Bill Evans
5:30

Credits

  • Co-producer – Bill Evans
  • Design – Joachim Oster
  • Engineer [Additional] – Ray Bardani
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Andy Katz, Ed Miller, George Evangeliou*
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Phil Magnotti
  • Executive-Producer – Joachim Becker
  • Mastered By – Ted Jensen
  • Photography By – Ashkan Sahihi
  • Producer, Engineer – Jim Beard

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ESC 03650-2 Bill Evans Escape ‎(CD, Album) Escapade Music ESC 03650-2 Germany 1996
CR 380-2 Bill Evans Escape ‎(CD, Album) CREAM Records CR 380-2 France 1996
VICJ-5179 Bill Evans Escape ‎(CD, Album, RM) Victor VICJ-5179 Japan 1996
ESC 03650-2 Bill Evans Escape ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Escapade Music ESC 03650-2 Germany 1996
ESC 03650-2 Bill Evans Escape ‎(CD, Album) ESC Records ESC 03650-2 Germany 1996


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CD in very good/near mint condition in jewelcase. Undercover (Remix - Marcus' Mad Flav) 5:31.

Bill Evans (3) ‎– Escape. Label: Escapade Music ‎– ESC 03650-2. Guitar – Jon HeringtonKeyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Jim BeardPercussion – Manolo BadrenaScratches – Max RisenhooverSoprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Bill Evans (3)Trumpet – Wallace RoneyWritten-By – Bill Evans (3), Jim Beard.

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