Joe Pass - Viva Tirado (2014)
Joe Pass did the near-impossible. He was able to play up-tempo versions of bop tunes such as "Cherokee" and "How High the Moon" unaccompanied on the guitar. Unlike Stanley Jordan, Pass used conventional (but superb) technique, and his Virtuoso series on Pablo still sounds remarkable decades later.
Joe Pass - Viva Tirado (2014)
Jazz, Easy Listening | Living Heritage
320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2014 | 01:40:58 | 240 Mb
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01. Joe Pass - Emerge (Feat. Gerald Wilson) (03:24)
02. Joe Pass - Viva Tirado (Feat. Gerald Wilson) (05:40)
03. Joe Pass - Latino (Feat. Gerald Wilson) (05:01)
04. Joe Pass - Josefina (Feat. Gerald Wilson) (04:25)
05. Joe Pass - Something Special (Feat. Richard Groove Holmes & Les Mccann Quartet) (09:09)
06. Joe Pass - Black Groove (Feat. Richard Groove Holmes & Les Mccann Quartet) (05:46)
07. Joe Pass - Me & Groove (Feat. Richard Groove Holmes & Les Mccann Quartet) (03:14)
08. Joe Pass - Comin' Through The Apple (Feat. Richard Groove Holmes & Les Mccann Quartet) (05:17)
09. Joe Pass - I Thought I Knew You (Feat. Richard Groove Holmes & Les Mccann Quartet) (06:31)
10. Joe Pass - Carma (Feat. Richard Groove Holmes & Les Mccann Quartet) (05:27)
11. Joe Pass - Offering Time (Feat. Paul Bryant & Johnny Griffin) (06:16)
12. Joe Pass - On Time (Feat. Les Mccann) (04:17)
13. Joe Pass - Yours Is My Heart Alone (Feat. Les Mccann) (04:50)
14. Joe Pass - This For Doug (Feat. Les Mccann) (05:39)
15. Joe Pass - Fondue (Feat. Les Mccann) (05:13)
16. Joe Pass - Bernie's Tune (Feat. Les Mccann) (03:04)
17. Joe Pass - Maichen (Feat. Les Mccann) (04:37)
18. Joe Pass - It Could Happen To You (Feat. Les Mccann) (05:00)
19. Joe Pass - You're Driving Me Crazy (Feat. Les Mccann) (05:00)
20. Joe Pass - So What (Feat. Les Mccann) (03:03)
Joe Pass had a false start in his career. He played in a few swing bands (including Tony Pastor's) before graduating from high school, and was with Charlie Barnet for a time in 1947. But after serving in the military, Pass became a drug addict, serving time in prison and essentially wasting a decade. He emerged in 1962 with a record cut at Synanon, made a bit of a stir with his For Django set, recorded several other albums for Pacific Jazz and World Pacific, and performed with Gerald Wilson, Les McCann, George Shearing, and Benny Goodman (1973).
However, in general Pass maintained a low profile in Los Angeles until he was signed by Norman Granz to his Pablo label. 1973's Virtuoso made him a star and he recorded very prolifically for Pablo, unaccompanied, with small groups, on duo albums with Ella Fitzgerald, and with such masters as Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Milt Jackson, and Dizzy Gillespie. Pass remained very active up until his death from cancer.
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