Excellent piece from 2011 by Ethan Iverson on the late Paul Motian. Discusses a lot of music I need to check out, and unexpectedly includes a superb live version of Rodgers and Hart's It's Easy to Remember featuring some of the best jazz piano I've heard from Iverson, which means some of the best jazz piano I've heard in recent years. Plus there's a downloadable transcription of his playing, provided by Guillaume Hazebrouck. The harmonies in the piano introduction sound unusual to me, but totally natural. I really love the intro. There's a fair bit of Monkishness, especially later in the solo, but well integrated with Iverson's own conception. Some nice interaction of multiple voices in the piano at times, not in a showy way, adds a lot. I found this post linked from Ethan's recent post on Motian's compositions, which Motian's niece and heir Cynthia McGuirl is considering publishing.