Test 4(10,11,12) - Points Awarded 25.00 Points Missed Percentage 0.00 100 1 The drummer in the Bill Evans Trio Paul Motian Points Earned 1.0 2

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Points Awarded25.00Points Missed0.00Percentage100%1.The drummer in the Bill Evans Trio:Points Earned:1.02.Extraordinarily agile and highly influential bass player; he freed the bass from the bop-style, time keeping role that had dominated modern bass playing; instead, he entered into "conversations" with the pianist with whom he is most closely associated:Points Earned:1.03.Kind of Blue was a landmark jazz album for several reasons; specifically, it was the first jazz album to make extensive use of a new style of jazz, known as:Points Earned:1.04.Regarded as one of the most innovative drummers in jazz history, he was a member of the classic Coltrane quartet:Points Earned:1.05.Two months after his recording date with Miles Davis on Kind of Blue, John Coltrane returned to the studio with his own quartet, recording this milestone piece that became the title track for his album:Points Earned:1.0Paul MotianScott LaFaromodalElvin JonesGiant Steps
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