Evans' 1958 LP was the artist's second album, done two years after his first record (New Jazz Conceptions) as a leader. Even though his producer tried to encourage him to record again sooner, the highly self-critical Evans felt he had "nothing new to say" before this album.
The album contains three Evans compositions, including one of his most famous, Peace Piece, a two-chord improvisation which many consider a forerunner of what became known later as New Age music.
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|Track number||Play||Loved||Track name||Buy||Duration||Listeners|
|1||Play on youtube||Minority||5:22||20,004 listeners|
|2||Play on youtube||Young and Foolish||5:54||30,416 listeners|
|3||Play on youtube||Lucky To Be Me||3:39||35,031 listeners|
|4||Night And Day||7:35||28,362 listeners|
|5||Play on youtube||Epilogue||0:39||14,574 listeners|
|6||Play on youtube||Tenderly||3:33||20,438 listeners|
|7||Play on youtube||Peace Piece||6:43||110,171 listeners|
|8||Play on youtube||What Is There to Say?||4:58||18,098 listeners|
|9||Play on youtube||Oleo||4:08||14,937 listeners|
|10||Play on youtube||Epilogue||0:39||14,574 listeners|