“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]
Songs for Ellen is an album by jazz guitarist Joe Pass that was recorded in 1992 and released posthumously in 1994. “This posthumous CD is novel because it features Joe Pass exclusively on acoustic guitar, [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]
Satin Doll (Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn). Personnel: Joe Pass – guitar Bob Magnusson – bass Joe Porcaro – drums
“Lady Jane” ( Mick Jagger and Keith Richards) from the album “Joe Pass – The Stones Jazz” (1967). Personnel: Joe Pass – guitar Milt Bernhart – trombone Dick Hamilton – trombone Herbie Harper – trombone Gail [More]
from the album “We’ll Be Together Again” (1988) – Track 4 Personnel: Joe Pass – guitar J.J. Johnson – trombone
“Misty” (Erroll Garner, Burke). From the album “Joe Pass – Resonance” (2000). Recorded live at Donte’s in 1974, and released posthumously. Personnel: Joe Pass – guitar Jim Hughart – bass Frank Severino – drums  
Hark is a 1985 album by clarinetist Buddy DeFranco, featuring The Oscar PetersonQuartet . The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4½ stars and stated:”DeFranco has been very consistent throughout his long recording [More]
“Ain’t Misbehavin'” (“Fats” Waller,Harry Brooks). Joe Pass Solo on the Oscar Peterson and Friends BBC Prog. The guitar is his D’Aquisto. Personnel: Joe Pass – guitar