Some Other Time: The Lost Session From the Black Forest is a newly unearthed studio session from the iconic pianist Bill Evans featuring bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Jack DeJohnette. Recorded on June 20, 1968, nearly 10 years after the legendary Kind of Blue sessions with Miles Davis and a mere five days after the trio's incredible Grammy award-winning performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival, this is truly a landmark discovery for jazz listeners worldwide. Available in deluxe 2-CD and limited edition 2-LP sets, and containing over 90 minutes of music, this is the only studio album in existence of the Bill Evans trio with Gomez and DeJohnette. Some Other Time was recorded by the legendary MPS Records founder and producer Hans Georg Brunner-Schwer along with writer/producer Joachim-Ernst Berendt at the MPS studios in the Black Forest (Villingen, Germany).
The bullets fly fast and thick in this rip-roaring shoot-'em-up starring Constance Bennett, Bruce Cabot and Warren William. When city slicker Harry Farrel (William) learns that the ranchers of Powder River, Wyoming, never filed claim to their spreads, he heads west to kick them out and seize control of their land. Accompanied by gambler Belle Andrews (Bennett), Farrel proceeds with his scheme despite the presence of Wild Bill Hickok (Cabot), who's in town to visit a friend. Unable to buy the valley's water rights, Farrel resorts to frame-ups and murder, acts that force Wild Bill to strap on his guns and show how he got his name.
Belle Andrews' (Constance Bennett) gambling hall burns down in the Chicago fire of 1871 and, now penniless, she accepts Jim Farrel's (Warren William) invitation to accompany him to Powder River, Montana, to open a gambling casino. Farrel has plans to get control of all the land in Powder River by hiring henchmen to file claims on the land, a proceeding overlooked by the settlers. On the stagecoach to Powder River, they meet Wild Bill Hickok (Bruce Cabot).