Photography By – Hubertus Mall. Photography By – German Hasenfratz. Intercontinental (LP, Album).
Joe Pass recorded almost exclusively for American record labels during his long career, so this 1973 studio date for BASF is a rare exception.
Joe Pass - Intercontinental (1970).
Virtuoso is an album by jazz guitarist Joe Pass that was 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 guitar albums. The remastered version used 20-bit K2 Super Coding System technology and included liner notes by Benny Green.
Info for Intercontinental. Joe Pass looks like somebody’s uncle and plays guitar like nobody’s business. So said New York Magazine about the man considered to be one of the greatest jazz guitarists of the 20th century. Joe Pass recorded almost exclusively for American record labels during his long career, so this 1973 studio date for BASF is a rare exception. This album contains no booklet. HighRes-Studio Master files are lossless at various sample rates from 4. kHz up to 384 kHz or 1-bit (. 224 MHz) for DSD. Studio Master: FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec).
Intercontinental is an album by jazz guitarist Joe Pass that was released in 1970. The album is a collection of mainly swing and Latin jazz standards with the exception of the country/pop hit "Ode to Billie Joe". A highlight of the album is "Joe's Blues", a fine example of Joe's musical range, taste and splendid technique. Pass, a virtuoso solo performer, seems quite at ease within the guitar/bass/drums trio format. His signature chord melody style, interspersed seamlessly with bebop and swing single note lines, is heard throughout.
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