|Studio album by
|September 27–30, 1976
|Columbia Studios (San Francisco)
|Tony Bennett chronology
|Bill Evans chronology
Together Again is a 1977 studio album by singer Tony Bennett, accompanied by jazz pianist Bill Evans. It was originally issued on Bennett's own Improv Records label, which went out of business later that year, but was subsequently reissued on Concord.
Their first album together, The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album , was released by Fantasy Records in 1975. Both albums plus alternate takes and additional tracks were released on The Complete Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Recordings by Fantasy in 2009.
The AllMusic review by William Ruhlman awarded the album 3 stars writing "If anything, Evans dominates this encounter more than he did the first, but it's still a good showcase for Bennett, too."
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings
Bonus tracks on CD reissue:
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