quinta-feira, 25 de agosto de 2016

Joe Pass | Appassionato

AllMusic Review by 

Guitarist Joe Pass reunited with the same musicians he had used on his classic 1963 album For Djangofor this relaxed exploration of a dozen jazz standards: rhythm guitarist John Pisano, bassist Jim Hughartand drummer Colin Bailey. Alternating romps with ballads, Pass is in typically fine form throughout with "Relaxin' at Camarillo," "Red Door" and "That's Earl, Brother" receiving rare revivals. This CD is one of literally dozens of worthy Joe Pass Pablo recordings.

Joe Pass

Recorded at Group IV Recording, Hollywood, California ; August 9-11, 1990

Joe Pass - g
John Pisano -g
Jim Hughart - b
Colin Bailey -dr

1 Relaxin' at Camarillo (Parker) 0:00
2 Grooveyard (Perkins) 4:55
3 Body and Soul (Eyton, Green, Heyman, Sour) 10:35
4 Nica's Dream (Silver) 15:33 
5 Tenderly (Gross, Lawrence) 20:23
6 When It's Sleepy Time Down South (Muse, Rene, Rene) 25:30 
7 Red Door (Mulligan, Sims) 27:29 
8 Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You (Razaf, Redman) 32:10 
9 Lil' Darlin' (Hefti) 36:05 
10 That's Earl, Brother (Brown, Fuller, Gillespie) 41:53 
11 Stuffy (Hawkins) 46:06 
12 You're Driving Me Crazy (Donaldson) 50:39


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