Tudo Bem! is an album by American jazz guitarist Joe Pass and percussionist Paulinho da Costa that was released in 1978. “After countless solo guitar albums for Pablo, Joe Pass performed this welcome change of [More]
Summer Nights is an album by jazz guitarist Joe Pass that was released in 1990. “During the last few years of his life, guitarist Joe Pass enjoyed having reunions with the same musicians who played [More]
“For lovers of guitar jazz, inspired pairings like Joe Pass and Herb Ellis make for special outings. While both players prospered in a number of settings, they brought out a new quality in each other [More]
One for My Baby is an album by jazz guitarist Joe Pass that was released in 1988. It was reissued on CD in 1992 by Pablo Records and in 1995 by Original Jazz Classics. “Virtuoso [More]
Meditation: Solo Guitar is a live album by jazz guitarist Joe Pass, recorded in 1992 and released posthumously in 2002. Jое Pаѕѕ achieved extraordinary bаlаnсе in his саrееr. Bесаuѕе hе rеmаіnеd grоundеd in bop аnd [More]
Two for the Road is an album by jazz guitarists Herb Ellis and Joe Pass that was released in 1974. It was the third and last album that they recorded together. AllMusic Review by Scott [More]
Intercontinental is an album by jazz guitarist Joe Pass, released in 1970.[3] The album is a collection of mainly swing and Latin jazz standards with the exception of the country/pop hit “Ode to Billie Joe”. [More]
Virtuoso is an album by jazz guitarist Joe Pass, released in 1973. Despite having only one original composition (“Blues for Alican”), it is widely considered to be his best album, as well as one of the best jazz [More]
Joe Pass with Herb Ellis – Joe’s Blues recorded in 1968 and released in 1998 AllMusic Review by Robert Taylor Originally recorded in 1968, but not released until thirty years later on the Laser Light [More]