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Projections - Joe Pass - Sounds Of Synanon (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. JOE PASS Sounds Of Synanon (Japanese promotional sample issue of the 7-track stereo vinyl LP, actually recorded with patients of the Synanon drug rehabilitation program where Joe was living at the time due to his narcotic addiction; The slee ve even includes some advice on the cover for addicts, and jazz addicts alike!
  2. Forget the sensationalism--this is a good jazz album. This is a welcome Joe Pass reissue during the period when he was a patient (along with the rest of the group) at Synanon House in This constitutes the first recordings by Pass, and here he uses a /5(6).
  3. Aug 29,  · First is a nifty stereo Pacific Jazz album (ST48): Joe Pass "Sounds Of Synanon" from A good Dino engineered album. Really beautiful. Second, the famous John Lewis "Grand Encounter", also Pacific Jazz (). With Bill Perkins on sax, recorded early
  4. Jul 11,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Projections · Joe Pass The Best Of Joe Pass- The Pacific Jazz Years ℗ Blue Note Records Released on: Associated Performer, Guitar.
  5. This comes from roughly the same period as his '62 Synanon recordings ("Sounds Of Synanon"), and his "Catch Me!" album ("Complete 'Catch Me!' Sessions") from '63, and finds Pass at his lyrical best, and no longer fighting drugs. Recorded at an after-hours club in L.A. in '64, Pass is playing with a lot of swing on his electric guitar, and is /5(5).
  6. A master of guitar technique, Joe Pass ranks among the great finger pickers and is a brillant soloist. His phrasing, speed, note selection, harmonic and interpretative skills, flair, swing and feel for the blues is awesome. He's in the select circle of players who've recorded so much they have a signature sound, yet seldom become locked into rote, cliched or gimmicked playing styles.

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