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Performer: jaco lot
Genre: Other
FLAC version ZIP size: 1867 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1340 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1945 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Jaco is the unofficial later title of a 1974 LP album on Paul Bley's Improvising Artists Label. It is notable for being the first professional recording showcasing the talents of Jaco Pastorius and Pat Metheny. The two had become friends in Miami the year before. The album was released during the following year by ECM, also home to Bley since his Open, to Love from 1972. Pat Metheny – guitar.

John Francis Anthony "Jaco" Pastorius III (/ˈdʒɑːkoʊ pæˈstɔːriəs/, December 1, 1951 – September 21, 1987) was an American jazz bassist who was a member of Weather Report from 1976 to 1981. He worked with Pat Metheny, Joni Mitchell, and recorded albums as a solo artist and band leader. His bass playing employed funk, lyrical solos, bass chords, and innovative harmonics.

Jaco Pastorius (album). Studio album by Jaco Pastorius. Jaco Pastorius is Jaco Pastorius' solo debut, originally released in 1976.

Eight other tracks were written or co-written by Pastorius. For the 2007 reissue, two previously unreleased tracks were added.

Jazz Rock Jaco Pastorius. 8. (Used to Be A) Cha-Cha. Other productions from Jaco Pastorius. The essential Jaco Pastorius.

A Conversation with Robert Trujillo. Mike Ragogna: Robert, was your first big musical inspiration Jaco Pastorius? Robert Trujillo: Yeah. I'm always pulling and really feeding off of my inspirations, I think most musicians do. But I try to incorporate a lot of that influence in what I do. So Jaco was definitely a huge inspiration back in 1979 when I saw him for the first time. It really did change my life and set me on an interesting creative path.

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Jaco Pastorius' debut album certainly got a lot of attention in the jazz world. In 1976 there wasn't a bass player alive who had not heard, and consequently had not been blown away by Jaco's version of Donna Lee that opens this album. When it came out, this album was revolutionary in the world of bass playing, and most bassists probably still consider it a five star album to this day, but how does it sound to us regular folks.