Joe Pass – 12 String Guitar (Great Motion Picture Themes)

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Pass played an acoustic 12-string, of course, and was accompanied by John Pisano on rhythm guitar, bassist Charlie Haden, and drummer Larry Bunker. Each cut is a beautiful modern jazz reading of popular movie themes of the day, from “Lawrence of Arabia” and “How the West Was Won” to the more delicate “Love Theme of Tom Jones” (not the singer) and the taut rhythmic intensity and ultimate beauty of “Carnaval” from the film Black Orpheus, offering listeners solid evidence of his bossa and samba chops. Every track here is a winner.” (AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek).

Track listing:

A1 Charade
Written-By – Mancini, Mercer
A2 Sunday In New York
Written By – Coates, Nero
A3 Carnaval From Black Orpheus
Written-By – Jobim, Camas
A4 Fall Of Love
Written-By – Tiomkin, Washington
A5 Wives And Lovers
Written-By – Bacharach, David
A6 How The West Was Wan
Written-By – Newman, Darby
B1 More
Written By – Olivieri, Ortolan
B2 It Had Better Be Tonight
Written-By – Mancini, Mercer
B3 Lawrence Of Arabia
Written-By – Jarre
B4 Love Theme Of Tom Jones
Written By – David
Written-By – Addison
B5 Love With The Proper Stranger
Written-By – Bernstein, Mercer
B6 Call Me Irresponsible
Written-By – Van Heusen, Cahn

Recorded At World Pacific Jazz Studios In Los Angeles California In 1963

Personnel:

  • Joe Pass – 12 string guitar
  • John Pisano – rhythm guitar
  • Charlie Haden – bass
  • Larry Bunker – drums

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Label: World Pacific ‎– ST1822
Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
Country: US
Released: 1964

 

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