Joe Pass - Pacific Jazz Collection


Format: CD
Rel. Date: 02/02/2024
UPC: 823564037875

Pacific Jazz Collection
Artist: Joe Pass
Format: CD


1. C.E.D.
2. Aaron's Song
3. Stay Loose
4. Projections
5. Hang Tough
6. Self-Image
7. Last Call For Coffee
8. Brasamba
9. Otem A Note
10. Autumn Leaves
11. Sambinha
12. Gostoso
13. If I Should Lose You
14. O'Barquinho
15. Serenidade
16. Elizete
17. Samba De Orfeu
18. Falling In Love With Love
19. Summertime
20. Mood Indigo
21. Catch Me
22. Just Friends
23. Walkin' Up
24. But Beautiful
25. No Cover No Minimum
26. You Stepped Out Of A Dream
27. Joy Spring
28. Sometime Ago
29. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
30. Relaxin' At Camarillo
31. There Is No Greater Love
32. Django
33. Rosetta
34. Nuages
35. For Django
36. Night And Day
37. Fleur D'Ennui
38. Insensiblement
39. Cavalerie
40. Django's Castle
41. Limehouse Blues
42. A Sign Of The Times
43. The Phoenix Love Theme
44. Nowhere Man
45. Dindi
46. A Summer Song
47. Moment To Moment
48. It Was A Very Good Year
49. Are You There (With Another Girl)
50. What Now, My Love?
51. Softly As I Leave You
52. Sweet September
53. Play With Fire
54. 19th Nervous Breakdown
55. I Am Waiting
56. Lady Jane
57. Not Fade Away
58. Mother's Little Helper
59. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
60. Paint It Black
61. What A Shame
62. Stone Jazz
63. You And Me
64. 'Tis Autumn
65. Luciana
66. I Had The Craziest Dream
67. Nobody Else But Me
68. Simplicity
69. The Sands Of Time
70. Some Time Ago
71. The Gentle Rain
72. Who Can I Turn To?
73. Where Was I (Donde Estuve Yo)

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Joe Pass - The Pacific Jazz Collection - Born January 13, 1929, Joe Pass was an American jazz guitarist. Well known for his work stemming from numerous collaborations with pianist Oscar Peterson and vocalist Ella Fitzgerald, Pass is often esteemed as one of the most notable jazz guitarists of the 20th century. This 4CD collection features eight original Joe Pass albums on which he performed as leader, all in re-mastered editions, and all from Joe's 'golden years' - the period 1962 to 1966. Recorded when the great man was signed exclusively to The Pacific Jazz label, and when he was at the pinnacle of his career, this collection serves as a fine starting point for beginners to this maverick jazz man's art, and as a fine reminder to those already somewhat versed.