Saturday, March 25, 2017

Joe Pass - For Django

Alongside Tal Farlow and Wes Montgomery — Joe Pass is the most important jazz guitarist of the second half of the 20th century ! Known primarily for his solo guitar work — this album should be a revelation to those not familiar with his bebop chops — and his efortless single-line playing — which bears some similarity to Mr. Farlow. Pass plays the music of the Django cannon — without imitating Django (a mistake quite a few guitarists have made !) but embracing a new style within the same framework. For Django is also a song that deserves more attention — a possible jazz classic I'm surprised more artists don't play it — it has almost as many possibilities as John Lewis's 'Django'! Anyway, I believe this album to be a landmark in jazz guitar — listen for yourself.
Stalwart Kreinblaster

Source : https://www.amazon.com/Joe-Pass-Django/dp/B00000I44J

Joe Pass
For Django
(TOCJ-6820)

Tracks

1 Django (Lewis)  3:23
2 Rosetta (Hines, Woode)  3:07
3 Nuages (Reinhardt)  2:34
4 For Django (Pass)  2:54
5 Night and Day (Porter)  3:47
6 Fleur d'Ennui (Reinhardt)  2:57
7 Insensiblement (Misraki)  3:14
8 Cavalerie (Reinhardt)  4:26
9 Django's Castle (Reinhardt)  3:49
10 Limehouse Blues (Braham, Furber)  2:14

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

Recorded at Pacific Jazz Studios, Los Angeles, California ; September 2 & (probably) 18,1964

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Cristian Villegas said...

Thanks Master !!!!!!

deGallo said...

Thank you.

Tom Billisson said...

Marvelous. Simply marvelous. Thanks.

Kovina Kris said...

Great post!

Jazz Padd said...

Thank you!

sep troelstra said...

Thanks a lot!!