Best of Joe Pass [Pablo]

The Best of Joe Pass [Pablo]

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by Joe Pass
The title is a misnomer, but there are good 70s and early-80s cuts from his Pablo sessions.


The title is a misnomer, but there are good 70s and early-80s cuts from his Pablo sessions.

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Performance Credits

Joe Pass   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Don Grusin   Piano
Octavio Bailly   Bass
Ray Brown   Bass
Oscar Castro-Neves   Rhythm Guitar
Paulinho Da Costa   Percussion
Martin Drew   Drums
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen   Bass
Claudio Slon   Drums
Bobby Durham   Drums

Technical Credits

Michel Legrand   Composer
Don Grusin   Contributor
Octavio Bailly   Contributor
Alan Bergman   Composer
Marilyn Bergman   Composer
Norman Granz   Producer,Liner Notes
Ray Brown   Contributor
Oscar Castro-Neves   Contributor
Paulinho Da Costa   Contributor
Martin Drew   Contributor
Nancy Hamilton   Composer
Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen   Contributor
Claudio Slon   Contributor
Phil Carroll   Art Direction
Joe Tarantino   Remixing
Morgan Lewis   Composer
Bobby Durham   Contributor

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The Best of Joe Pass [Pablo] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Every jazz fan, and particularly those with a special interest in jazz guitar, needs to hear the work of the late Joe Pass. He was true master who did beautiful work with both electric and acoustic guitars. His remarkable ability to perform complex tunes solo, in itself, made his work unique. This CD is a fine introduction to his work. It's well worth the price to have this great artist represented in your collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Joe Pass is one the very best examples of the many possibilities of the jazz guitar. He was equally at home performing an acoustic guitar solo in the studio or a live electric guitar gig with a combo. His work is under-appreciated; check out any of his other disks for a broader picture. This album, however, give the jazz listener a fine introduction to his multi-faceted talents. Don't miss it.