5 thoughts on “ Donna Lee - Jaco Pastorius - Jaco Pastorius (CD, Album) ”

  1. Dokus says:
    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().
  2. Tygokinos says:
    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 10/
  3. Nikozragore says:
    The album that started it all — Jaco’s debut solo album. Features a blistering rendition of Charlie Parker’s Donna Lee and two of the tracks that changed bass playing forever: Continuum and Portrait of Tracy. Reissue liner notes provided by Pat Metheny.
  4. Dozilkree says:
    Nov 13,  · 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/5().
  5. Kazrat says:
    From Jaco's debut to his work with Word of Mouth, he single-handedly reinvented the electric bass forever. In , the music world changed forever with the release of Jaco Pastorius. The nine-selection album begins with a cover of Charlie Parker's "Donna Lee".

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