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Virtuoso

Joe Pass

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When Joe Pass recorded and released this first of his Virtuoso series of albums, he was 44 years old, and ready to reclaim his crown as king of jazz guitar after years of heroin abuse. As a solo artist playing only acoustic guitar in an amplified fusion era, the odds were stacked against him, but Pass boldly issued this, his most creative and improvisation-based work, to mass critical acclaim and widespread general public sales. The genius of Pass was that he was easily able to retain melodic lines of these standards while adding stretched-out, extrapolated thoughts on the top and bottom of the melodies. On every track, with each passing phrase, modified and extended line or poetic thought, Pass proves his unique style is better than all the rest. On the marvelous "Night & Day," classical-flavored "Stella by Starlight" with no small influence of Andres Segovia, faster than the pounding precipitation and pain of "Here's That Rainy Day," or purely improvised "Cherokee," Pass is at the top of his game. He occasionally concentrates more on the melody for the pensive "'Round Midnight" or the fleet "All the Things You Are," but meets any challenge during a masterful remake of "The Song Is You." There can be no doubt as to the essential nature of this incredible recording, a top five item for any jazz guitarist, one of the great modern-day contemporary albums, and essential listening for any serious music lover -- a must have item.
© Michael G. Nastos /TiVo

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1
Night And Day Album Version
00:03:34

Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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Stella By Starlight Album Version
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℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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Here's That Rainy Day Album Version
00:03:36

Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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My Old Flame Album Version
00:05:17

Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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How High The Moon Album Version
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Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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Cherokee Album Version
00:03:38

Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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Sweet Lorraine Album Version
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℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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Have You Met Miss Jones? Album Version
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Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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'Round Midnight Album Version
00:03:38

Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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All the Things You Are Album Version
00:04:00

Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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Blues For Alican Album Version
00:05:28

Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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The Song Is You Album Version
00:04:33

Joe Pass, MainArtist

℗ 2010 Concord Music Group Inc.

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When Joe Pass recorded and released this first of his Virtuoso series of albums, he was 44 years old, and ready to reclaim his crown as king of jazz guitar after years of heroin abuse. As a solo artist playing only acoustic guitar in an amplified fusion era, the odds were stacked against him, but Pass boldly issued this, his most creative and improvisation-based work, to mass critical acclaim and widespread general public sales. The genius of Pass was that he was easily able to retain melodic lines of these standards while adding stretched-out, extrapolated thoughts on the top and bottom of the melodies. On every track, with each passing phrase, modified and extended line or poetic thought, Pass proves his unique style is better than all the rest. On the marvelous "Night & Day," classical-flavored "Stella by Starlight" with no small influence of Andres Segovia, faster than the pounding precipitation and pain of "Here's That Rainy Day," or purely improvised "Cherokee," Pass is at the top of his game. He occasionally concentrates more on the melody for the pensive "'Round Midnight" or the fleet "All the Things You Are," but meets any challenge during a masterful remake of "The Song Is You." There can be no doubt as to the essential nature of this incredible recording, a top five item for any jazz guitarist, one of the great modern-day contemporary albums, and essential listening for any serious music lover -- a must have item.
© Michael G. Nastos /TiVo

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