Joe Pass

Joe Pass

jazz, jazz guitar, guitar, guitar virtuoso, Jazz Guitarists

Joe Pass (born Joseph Anthony Passalaqua, January 13, 1929, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA, died May 23, 1994, Los Angeles, California), was a virtuoso jazz guitarist. One of the greatest solo jazz artists of all time, Joe Pass also ranks as one of the great guitarists not only for his knowledge of the instrument and technical prowess, but also his compositional and improvisational skills. It was Norman Granz, the iconic producer of Jazz at the Philharmonic and the founder of Verve Records

Virtuoso No. 4 [1993]
No cover
  • 1. Lush Life (2:55)
  • 2. Indian Summer (3:16)
  • 3. Autumn Leaves (5:44)
  • 4. Yesterday (4:24)
  • 5. Come Sunday (3:46)
  • 6. Lover Man, Oh Where Can You Be (6:50)
  • 7. Come Rain or Come Shine (3:42)
  • 8. My Shining Hour (3:52)
  • 9. I'll Remember April (4:55)
  • 10. Someday My Prince Will Come (3:21)
  • 11. Weaselocity (6:55)
  • 12. Acoustic Blues (6:56)
  • 13. I Can't Get Started (4:14)
  • 14. It's a Wonderful World (3:47)
  • 15. Now's the Time (6:55)
  • 16. The Man I Love (5:56)
  • 17. The Nearness of You (3:58)
  • 18. Limehouse Blues (2:10)
  • 19. Easy Living (6:59)
  • 20. Blues for Pete (3:21)
  • 21. What Are You Doing for the Rest of Your Life (5:30)