|Studio album by|
|Recorded||April 7 and May 10, 1966|
|Studio||New York City and Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey|
|Bill Evans chronology|
|Bill Evans and Jim Hall chronology|
Intermodulation is a 1966 jazz album by pianist Bill Evans and jazz guitarist Jim Hall. It is a follow-up to their 1962 collaboration Undercurrent.
|The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide|||
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings|||
Writing for Allmusic, music critic Michael G. Nastos wrote of the album: "A duet recording between pianist Bill Evans and guitarist Jim Hall is one that should retain high expectations to match melodic and harmonic intimacies with brilliant spontaneous musicianship. Where this recording delivers that supposition is in the details and intricacy with which Evans and Hall work, guided by simple framings of standard songs made into personal statements that include no small amounts of innovation... At only 32 and a half minutes, it's disappointing there are no bonus tracks and/or additional material for a CD-length reissue, but Intermodulation still remains a precious set of music from these two great modern jazz musicians."
Tracks 3 and 6 recorded on April 7, 1966; the rest recorded on May 10, 1966.