Jazz pianist Bill Evans (seen here as he appears on the cover of the 2016 legacy release Some Other Time) is the subject of a new documentary called Bill Evans: Time Remembered. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A New Documentary Explores The Troubled, Brilliant Life Of Pianist Bill Evans

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The Bill Evans Trio (Eddie Gomez, Jack DeJohnette and Bill Evans) in 1968. Giuseppe Pino/Courtesy of Resonance Records hide caption

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21You're Gonna Hear From Me [Alternate Take] [Alternate Take]

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    You're Gonna Hear From Me [Alternate Take] [Alternate Take]
    Album
    Some Other Time: The Lost Session From the Black Forest
    Artist
    Bill Evans
    Label
    Resonance
    Released
    2016

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Thanks to fellow bassist Milt Hinton's prodding, Oscar Pettiford moved to New York and became one of bebop's most innovative musicians. Courtesy of Bethlehem Archives hide caption

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Bill Evans continued to perform and record up until his death in 1980. Tom Copi/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Bill Evans: 'Piano Impressionism'

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