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Opus Pocus - Jaco Pastorius - Jaco Pastorius (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Record Shop X: Pastorius, Jaco: Jaco Pastorius: CD, LP, LP. Reserve product and pickup from store. By picking up your order from the nearest store, you always save shipping costs!
  2. Opus Pocus (Album Version) Jaco Pastorius. From the Album The Essential Jaco Pastorius Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to exovtrokanetisbaxiternsimprare.coinfo (US).
  3. The album features Jaco Pastorius on bass and Bob Moses on drums. In , the first track was included on the Progressions: Years Of Jazz Guitar compilation on Columbia Records; in , the first track was included on the Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology compilation, The Jazz Albums That Shook the World/5(63).
  4. No doubt one of the greatest bassists of all time, this set was Jaco Pastorius' debut and served as notice to the world that a force of phenomenal creativity and inventiveness had arrived. Pastorius, who would go on to play with Weather Report, was just 24 when he recorded these songs, all originals.
  5. Aug 01,  · Jaco Pastorius' first solo LP is literally mindblowing. He starts by tugging on Charlie Parker's cape by covering Donna Lee, a Miles tune recorded by Bird when Miles was in his band. Then he brings in Sam and Dave to sing on an r&b number, Come On Come Over, in which the speed and precision of his 16th notes is remarkable/5().
  6. It's impossible to hear Jaco Pastorious' debut album today as it sounded when it was first released in The opening track -- his transcription for fretless electric bass of the bebop standard "Donna Lee" -- was a manifesto of virtuosity; the next track, the funk-soul celebration "Come On, Come Over" was a poke in the eye to jazz snobs and a love letter to the R&B greats of the previous.
  7. Bass – Jaco Pastorius Written-By – J. Pastorius* B1: Opus Pocus Bass – Jaco Pastorius Drums – Lenny White Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Herbie Hancock Percussion – Don Alias Soprano Saxophone – Wayne Shorter Steel Drums – Leroy Williams, Othello Molineaux Written-By – J. Pastorius* B2: Okonkolé Y Trompa.

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