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Joe Pass • For Django

Review by Scott Yanow Long considered a classic, guitarist Joe Pass’ fourth date as a leader finds him performing music that was composed by Django Reinhardt, was part of his repertoire, or is one of two more recent tributes (John Lewis’ “Django” and Pass’ “For Django”). Pass is joined by the rhythm guitar of John Pisano, bassist Jim Hughart, and ...

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Review by Scott Yanow
Long considered a classic, guitarist Joe Pass’ fourth date as a leader finds him performing music that was composed by Django Reinhardt, was part of his repertoire, or is one of two more recent tributes (John Lewis’ “Django” and Pass’ “For Django”). Pass is joined by the rhythm guitar of John Pisano, bassist Jim Hughart, and drummer Colin Bailey; the quartet would reunite in the 1980s. Although Pass was actually more strongly influenced by Charlie Christian than by Reinhardt and he had already formed his own style, he has no difficulty fitting into the music. Highlights include “Rosetta,” “Nuages,” and “Limehouse Blues.”

Tracklist
1 Django 3:19
2 Rosetta 3:10
3 Nuages 2:30
4 For Django 3:20
5 Night And Day 3:43
6 Fleur D’Ennui 2:50
7 Insensiblement 3:10
8 Cavalerie 4:20
9 Django’s Castle 3:45
10 Limehouse Blues 2:10

Credits
Bass – Jim Hughart
Drums – Colin Bailey
Guitar – Joe Pass, John Pisano

Recorded October 20th, 1964 in Los Angeles.

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Hilovetz Iouri
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Unfortunately,I don’t know pass…

Hilovetz Iouri
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Thanks a lot!!!

Zanatti
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obrigado 😉

Chanauy
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Gracias, aveces se piensa que esta todo pero aparecen cosas nuevas, por lo menos para mí jajaja

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