The Bill Evans Trio Everybody Digs Bill Evans

    Riverside Records
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      • 1. Minority
      • 2. Young And Foolish
      • 3. Lucky To Be Me
      • 4. Night And Day
      • 5. Epilogue
      • 6. Tenderly
      • 7. Peace Piece
      • 8. What Is There To Say?
      • 9. Oleo
      • 10. Epilogue

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