|Performer:||Bill Evans Trio|
|Title:||Everybody Digs Bill Evans|
|Catalog #:||OJCCD-068-2, RLP-1129|
|Label:||Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records|
|1||Some Other Time||6:09|
|6||What Is There To Say?||4:53|
|7||Young And Foolish||5:52|
|10||Night And Day||7:33|
|11||Lucky To Be Me||3:36|
|RLP 12-291||Bill Evans Trio||Everybody Digs Bill Evans (LP, Album, Mono)||Riverside Records||RLP 12-291||US||1959|
|VNL 12225 LP||Bill Evans Trio||Everybody Digs Bill Evans (LP, Album, RE, 180)||DOM-Ermitage||VNL 12225 LP||Europe||2012|
|none||Bill Evans Trio||Everybody Digs Bill Evans (10xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320)||BNF Collection||none||France||2013|
|OTCD-4746||Bill Evans Trio||Everybody Digs Bill Evans (CD, Album)||Octave||OTCD-4746||Japan||2015|
|OJCCD-068-2, OJCCD 068-2, RLP-291||Bill Evans Trio||Everybody Digs Bill Evans (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Original Jazz Classics, Riverside Records||OJCCD-068-2, OJCCD 068-2, RLP-291||Germany||1990|
Recorded in at Reeves Sound Studios, New York on December 15, 1958.
Digitally remastered 1987 at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA.
Track 11: Additional track not on original LP release and is mono.
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