Guitar Virtuoso

Joe Pass

Guitar Virtuoso
  • Release Date: 21 Nov 1997
  • Label: PABLO
  • Genre: JAZZ
  • CAT # 4PACD-4423-25

    DISC ONE  
    1. Cheek To Cheek 4:49
    2. Blues For Fred / They All Laughed
    3. Night And Day 6:43
    4. Here's That Rainy Day 5:37
    5. Have You Met Miss Jones? 2:40
    6. Passanova 4:29
    7. Sultry 4:25
    8. Indian Summer 2:32
    9. Lush Life 13:53
    10. Weaselocity 6:54
    11. Giant Steps 4:00
    12. Misty 1:54
    13. Blues For Basie 3:34
    14. Star Eyes 4:34
    15. Blues For Angel 3:36
    16. Song For Ellen 2:55
    17. How Deep Is The Ocean 15:03
    DISC TWO  
    1. Relaxin' At Camarillo 3:20
    2. Tenderly 3:10
    3. Gee, Baby Ain't I Good To You 3:11
    4. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me 11:00
    5. Carnival (Manha De Carnaval) 13:40
    6. Seulb 3:21
    7. Riff Blues 4:20
    8. Bluesology 9:17
    9. Cotton Tail 2:51
    10. Barquinho 1:55
    11. The Gentle Rain (Chuva Delicada) 4:11
    12. As Long As I Live 4:32
    13. It Ain't Necessarily So 2:28
    14. D-Joe 3:09
    15. Anouman 4:40
    16. Belleville 3:57
    DISC THREE  
    1. Eric's Smoozie Blues 5:10
    2. Beautiful Love 5:03
    3. A Time For Love 5:19
    4. Tarde (Afternoon) 7:49
    5. Gentle Tears 5:55
    6. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) 3:28
    7. Oleo 5:52
    8. Blues For Monty 6:11
    9. Stompin' At The Savoy 3:31
    10. Ornithology 3:27
    11. Samba De Orfeu 13:40
    12. Donna Lee 5:37
    13. Sweet Georgia Brown 3:21
    DISC FOUR  
    1. You Took Advantage Of Me 3:21
    2. All Too Soon 4:04
    3. I Didn't Know About You 3:47
    4. You Go To My Head 3:02
    5. Easy Living 6:33
    6. Why Don't You Do Right? 2:36
    7. Alone Together 5:56
    8. Baileywick 2:44
    9. S'il Vous Plait 2:38
    10. Lover Man 3:28
    11. Tricotism 5:31
    12. Blues For 2 4:58
    13. Dindi (Instrumental & Portugese Vocal) 4:22
    14. Takeoff 4:10
    15. My Old Flame 6:33
    16. I Didn't Know What Time It Was 4:40
    17. Autumn Leaves 6:23

Possessing awesome technique, formidable ensemble skills, and unparalleled abilities as a soloist-that freely wove walking bass lines, sleek chordal passages, and deft single-note phrases into rich musical tapestries-the late Joe Pass easily qualifies as the most versatile guitarist in the annals of jazz, and arguably the greatest player since Wes Montgomery. This 4-CD collection of 63 live and studio tracks, recorded under the supervision of producers Norman Granz and Eric Miller, reflects every facet of his artistry, which reached its height over the course of his nearly 19 years (1973-1992) with the Pablo label, his most productive period.

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