The Complete Pacific Jazz Joe Pass Quartet Sessions is a compilation album by American jazz guitarist Joe Pass, released on Mosaic Records in 2001. It includes pieces Pass recorded on Pacific Jazz Records in 1963 and 1964. Catch Me (Forward Pass)" (A) 3:11 (Joe Pass). Days of Wine and Roses" (A) 2:49 (H. Mancini-J. You Stepped Out Of A Dream" (A) 3:03 (G. Kahn-N. But Beautiful" (A) 2:37 (J. Burke-J. Mood Indigo" (B) 5:06 (D. Ellington-B.
Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Guitar – Joe Pass. Producer, Recorded By – Richard Bock. Recorded By – Dino Lappas. Reissue Producer – Michael Cuscuna.
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1, 13-16] Joe Pass - g Clare Fischer - p & org ( Albert Stinson - b Colin Bailey - dr Recorded at Pacific Jazz Studios, Los Angeles, California ; July 18, 1963 Same personnel & place as above ; July 19, 1963 LES McCANN Joe Pass - g Les McCann - p Leroy Vinnegar - b Ron Jefferson - dr Recorded at same place as above ; July-August, 1962 Joe Pass - g Les McCann - p Herbie Lewis - b Paul Humphrey - dr Recorded at same place as above ; March 28, 1963 LES McCANN Joe Pass - g Les McCann - p Paul Chambers - b Paul Humphrey . .
While Joe Pass enjoyed a good deal of critical and public acceptance during the latter part of his career, he and many other guitarists were clearly overshadowed by Montgomery and the commercial appeal of his Verve and CTI recordings. Born in New Jersey, Pass was already 31 years old when he decided to head to the West Coast, a fortuitous decision that ultimately landed him a deal with producer Dick Bock. The best that one can say about a tribute album is that it does justice to the artist being remembered while allowing the performers an opportunity to speak with their own voice. Even though the majority of the numbers are associated with gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, For Django does indeed sound like a Pass album at heart, an unadorned quartet format further reinforcing the individuality. Two alternates and one previously unreleased side round out the fireworks.
World Pacific WP-1822, ST-1822 Joe Pass And The Folkswingers - 12 String Guitar! - Great Motion Picture Themes Mosaic MD5-207 The Complete Pacific Jazz Joe Pass Quartet Sessions World Pacific MM-424 Various Artists - Special Programmer - A World Of Variety And Excellence. Joe Pass And The Folkswingers. Joe Pass, 12-string guitar; John Pisano, rhythm guitar; Charlie Haden, bass; Larry Bunker, drums.
Guitarist Joe Pass was known for his forthright, straight-ahead style, gorgeous tone, and melodic concepts. This magnificent five-CD set collects his entire output in 1963 and 1964 as a leader, with additional sessions in which Pass plays in a trio led by Les McCann. Most of the tracks feature a quartet (the five exceptions adding the saxophone or flute of Bill Perkins), with the guitarist virtually always a key voice. Pass recorded three records for Pacific after 1964 with limited jazz content, and they are not included in this collection for that reason.
|1-1||Catch Me (Forward Pass)||3:11|
|1-2||Days Of Wine And Roses||2:49|
|1-3||You Stepped Out Of A Dream||3:03|
|1-6||It's All Right With Me||2:57|
|1-9||There Will Never Be Another You||4:59|
|1-11||There Is No Greater Love||3:53|
|1-12||The Night Has A Thousand Eyes||3:30|
|1-13||No Cover, No Minimum||5:30|
|1-19||Falling In Love With Love||5:46|
|2-2||Your's Is My Heart Alone||4:45|
|2-3||This For Doug||5:54|
|2-7||It Could Happen To You||5:00|
|2-8||You're Driving Me Crazy||4:56|
|2-10||The Other Way||4:47|
|2-11||Free At Pass...Thank God Almighty ...Free At Pass||4:59|
|2-12||These Foolish Things||5:18|
|2-13||Joe's Tune (Samba)||2:23|
|2-16||Catch Up (Forward Pass)||2:52|
|3-1||Back at the Chicken Shack||4:15|
|3-2||Sack O' Woe||3:04|
|3-4||Grppve Yard (Alt Tk)||2:41|
|3-5||Sonnymoon For Two||2:30|
|3-12||Blue 'N Boogie||3:10|
|3-14||Call Me Irresponsible||2:27|
|3-15||How The West Was Won||3:00|
|3-16||Wives And Lovers||3:03|
|3-17||Sunday In New York||2:52|
|3-18||Love With The Proper Stranger||1:52|
|3-19||Love Theme Of Tom Jones||2:55|
|3-20||Mamba De Carnaval||3:27|
|3-21||Lawrence Of Arabia||3:00|
|3-22||Fall Of Love||3:06|
|3-23||It Had Better Be Tonight||2:33|
|4-1||I Believe in You||3:12|
|4-2||It's A Wonderful World||4:33|
|4-5||The Sweetest Sounds||2:51|
|4-7||Cold Cold Heart||3:16|
|4-8||You Win Again||2:33|
|4-9||Hey Good Lookin'||2:26|
|4-14||Night And Day||3:45|
|4-18||Django's Castle (Manoir De My Reves]||3:48|
|4-20||Georgia On My Mind||3:20|
|4-22||Limehouse Blues (Alt Tk)||1:40|
|5-2||Some Time Ago||6:41|
|5-3||The Night Has A Thousand Eyes||7:41|
|5-4||Relaxin' At Camarillo||10:34|
|5-5||There Is No Greater Love||9:11|
|5-7||Some Time Ago (Alt)||5:35|
|5-8||The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Alt)||6:00|
|5-9||There Is No Greater Love||6:33|
- Copyright (c) – EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
- Copyright (c) – Mosaic Records, L.L.C.
- Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [12-string], Guitar – Joe Pass
- Art Direction – Richard Mantel
- Bass – Al Stinson*, Charlie Haden, Herbie Lewis, Jim Hughart, Leroy Vinnegar, Paul Chambers , Ralph Peña
- Design – Ink Well, Inc.
- Drums – Colin Bailey, Larry Bunker, Paul Humphrey, Ron Jefferson
- Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – John Pisano
- Photography By [Research] – Cynthia Sesso
- Piano – Frank Strazzeri, Les McCann, Mike Wofford
- Piano, Organ – Clare Fischer
- Producer [Original Sessions], Recorded By [Engineer] – Richard Bock
- Recorded By [Engineer] – Dino Lappas
- Reissue Producer [Producer For Release] – Michael Cuscuna
- Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Flute – Bill Perkins
- Transferred By [Tape Transfer] – Jay Ranellucci
- Transferred By [Tape Transfer], Remix, Mastered By [Using 24-Bit Analog-To Digital Resolution] – Malcolm Addey
NotesⒸ 2001 This Compilation by EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
Ⓒ 2001 Mosaic Records L.L.C.
Part of the material previously issued
Category variations on release:
- MD5-207 on spine of the box
- 72435-32768-2-9 on rear cover of the 5 CDs