i have recently found 2 new bill evans videos on you tube "bill evans documentaire'and bill evans beauty is a rare thing they include interviews and of course his playing ,which is the best music ever created  
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wow, everything is there. too bad it's in french! i got a chill when watching segment 2 when lennie came on the screen..

here is a great link for a 90 minute interview with keith jarrett done in 86, it's excellent.

https://www.archive.org/details/som_1986_01_23

dave frank
dear dave who do you mean by lennie please?
lennie tristano
wow i did not sse him and vice-versa
i don't understand how to use slash chords.  i understand that it means the chord that's written with the bass note.  like for c7/e, i would play a c7 chord in the right hand with a low e in the bass.  but when your improvising, and playing melody with the right hand and punching chords with the left hand in the middle of the piano, what do you do with the slash chords?  like in georgia.."arms reach out to me" part...and similar parts, what do i do?

also, often you'll see a chord progression where you go from c6 to c/a.  and if your improvising like i said above, the left hand can't make those two chords different.  so how can you shape that progression with the left?  i don't get it.
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