<span style="font-size:1.17em"><span style="color:red">Gil Evans Out of The Cool
Released : February 1961
Recorded : November 18 & 30, December 10 & 15, 1960
at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs
Label : Impulse!
Format : Flac</span>
<span style="font-size:1.17em">Out of the Cool, released in 1960, was the first recording Gil Evans issued after three straight albums with Miles Davis -- Sketches of Spain being the final one before this. Evans had learned much from Davis about improvisation, instinct, and space (the trumpeter learned plenty, too, especially about color, texture, and dynamic tension). Evans orchestrates less here, instead concentrating on the rhythm section built around Elvin Jones, Charlie Persip, bassist Ron Carter, and guitarist Ray Crawford. The maestro in the piano... </span>