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|1||Portrait Of Tracy|
Bass – Jaco PastoriusWritten-By – J. Pastorius
Bass – Jaco PastoriusCongas – Don AliasWritten-By – Charlie Parker
Bass – Jaco PastoriusBells – Don AliasDrums – Lenny WhiteElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Alex Darqui, Herbie HancockWritten-By – J. Pastorius
|4||(Used To Be A) Cha-Cha|
Bass – Jaco PastoriusCongas – Don AliasDrums – Lenny WhitePiano – Herbie HancockPiccolo Flute – Hubert LawsWritten-By – J. Pastorius
|5||Okonkolé Y Trompa|
Bass – Jaco PastoriusFrench Horn – Peter Gordon Percussion [Okonkolo Y Lya], Congas, Cabasa [Afuche] – Don AliasWritten-By – D. Alias, J. Pastorius
Arranged By, Conductor [Strings] – Michael GibbsCello – Alan ShulmanDouble Bass – Homer Mensch, Richard Davis Piano – Herbie HancockViola – Al BrownViolin – Arnold Black, Matthew Raimondi, Max PollikoffWritten-By – J. Pastorius
Bass – Jaco PastoriusDrums – Lenny WhiteElectric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Herbie HancockPercussion – Don AliasSoprano Saxophone – Wayne ShorterSteel Drums [Alto] – Othello MolineauxSteel Drums [Tenor] – Leroy WilliamsWritten-By – J. Pastorius
|8||Come On, Come Over|
Baritone Saxophone – Howard Johnson Bass Trombone – Peter GravesBass, Arranged By [Horns] – Jaco PastoriusCongas – Don AliasDrums – Narada Michael WaldenKeyboards – Herbie HancockSoloist, Alto Saxophone – David SanbornTenor Saxophone – Michael BreckerTrumpet – Randy Brecker, Ron TooleyVocals – Sam & DaveWritten-By – B. Herzog, J. Pastorius
|9||Kuru / Speak Like A Child|
Bass, Arranged By [Strings] – Jaco PastoriusBongos, Congas – Don AliasCello – Beverly Lauridsen, Charles McCracken, Kermit MooreConductor [Strings] – Michael GibbsDrums – Bobby EconomouPiano – Herbie HancockViola – Manny Vardi, Julian Barber, Selwart ClarkeViolin – Harold Kohon, Harry Cykman, Harry Lookofsky, Joe Malin, Paul GershmanViolin, Concertmaster – David NadienWritten-By [Kuru] – J. PastoriusWritten-By [Speak Like A Child] – H. Hancock
|PE 33949||Jaco Pastorius||Jaco Pastorius (LP, Album, Ter)||Epic||PE 33949||US||1976|
|EPC 494850 2||Jaco Pastorius||Jaco Pastorius (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Epic, Legacy||EPC 494850 2||France||2000|
|ESGA 501||Jaco Pastorius||Jaco Pastorius (SACD, Album, RE, RM)||Epic||ESGA 501||Japan||1999|
|PE 33949||Jaco Pastorius||Jaco Pastorius (LP, Album, RP)||Epic||PE 33949||US||1983|
|25・8P-5100||Jaco Pastorius||Jaco Pastorius (CD, Album, RE)||Epic/Sony||25・8P-5100||Japan||1988|
- Design – Anthony Maggiore, Ed Lee
- Engineer [Camp Colomby] – Dave Palmer
- Engineer [Columbia Studio] – Don Puluse
- Liner Notes – Herbie Hancock
- Photography By – Don Hunstein
- Producer – Bobby Colomby
℗ 1976 CBS Inc. / © 1976 CBS Inc.
Shorepak by Shorewood Packaging.
Produced for Colomby Productions.
Recorded at Camp Colomby and Columbia Studio "C".
Mixed at Camp Colomby, New City, N.Y.
Made in Holland / Printed in Holland.
This version has orange center labels and Label Code.
Version on black Epic labels.
Version on orange Epic labels without Label Code.
Reissue on white Epic labels with Label Code.
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A-side, stamped): EPC 81453-1A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B-side, stamped): EPC 81453-1B-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout both sides, etching in circle): H
- Matrix / Runout (Center label A-side): EPC 81453-1 AL 33949 (PE 33949)
- Matrix / Runout (Center label B-side): EPC 81453-2 BL 33949 (PE 33949)
- Label Code: LC 0199
- Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
- Price Code (in circle): Y
- Price Code (in bold circle): 60
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Produced For – Colomby Productions
- Recorded At – Camp Colomby
- Recorded At – Columbia Recording Studios
- Mixed At – Camp Colomby
- Lacquer Cut At – CBS, Haarlem
Jaco Pastorius is the solo debut album by Jaco Pastorius, released in 1976. The album was produced by Bobby Colomby, drummer and founder of Blood, Sweat & Tears. All tracks composed by Jaco Pastorius except where indicated. Donna Lee Charlie Parker or Miles Davis 2:27. Come On, Come Over featuring Sam & Dave Jaco Pastorius, Bob Herzog 3:54. Continuum 4:33. KuruSpeak Like a Child Pastorius, Herbie Hancock 7:43. Portrait of Tracy 2:22. Opus Pocus 5:30. The Essential Jaco Pastorius - Jaco Pastorius. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Jaco Pastorius. the worlds greatest bass player. Explore Essential Music. Joni Mitchell: Shadows & Light Live. Jaco Pastorius: Modern American MusicJaco Pastorius. Jaco Pastorius: Modern American MusicPeriod Pat Metheny: Bright Size Life. Perspectives on Jaco. daddy, just daddy to me. Peter Erskine on Jaco. Marcus Miller on Jaco. Jaco Videos. Jaco Pastorius: Musicians Institute Appearance. Jaco, the film. 2020, Jaco Pastorius, Inc. powered by coreyweb. Jaco's first album. Released in 1976. SME BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Jaco Pastorius - Jaco Pastorius 1976. To favorites 10 Download album. Listen album. Jaco Pastorius - Kuru, Speak Like A Child. Jaco Pastorius - Portrait Of Tracy. Jaco Pastorius - Opus Pocus. Jaco Pastorius - Okonkole Y Trompa. Jaco Pastorius - Used To Be Cha-Cha. Jaco Pastorius - Forgotten Love. Maestro JACO The World's Greatest Bassist. Felix Pastorius, our cover star alongside his late Jaco, has a unique job to do. Hes a bass player with an ongoing career to maintain he has to field endless questions about his genius father, taken decades before his time and he has to live a life with that unmistakable surname, with all the expectations it brings. Were here to help him to fulfil those tasks, so when he sat down with us to reveal his current activities and future plans, we regarded it as a privilege. Listen free to Jaco Pastorius Jaco Pastorius Donna Lee, Come On, Come Over and more. 9 tracks 41:34. Original Release Date: August 1976 Remastered, Re-released: August 1, 2000 Label: EpicLegacy Sony Music The album that started it all - Jaco's debut solo album. Original Release Date: August 1976 Remastered, Re-released: August 1, 2000 Label: EpicLegacy Sony Music The album that started it all Jaco's debut solo album. Features a blistering rendition of Miles Davis' Donna Lee and two of the tracks that changed bass playing forever: Continuum and Portrait of Tracy. Reissue liner notes provided by Pat Metheny. Jaco Pastorius - Jaco Pastorius review: Fantastic bass playing, subpar composition and ensemble skills. Jaco Pastorius is often regarded as the greatest electric bass player who ever lived, even he considered himself the best. When calling for an audition with Weather Report, he introduced himself as such: My name is John Francis Pastorius the Third, and Im the greatest bass player in the world. No one had even heard of Jaco Pastorius at that point, but he knew his talents. As Weather Report progressed into one of the leading fusion bands of the 70s, his claims began to appear true. Jaco Pastorius is a fusion music album recording by JACO PASTORIUS released in 1976 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Jaco Pastorius - electric bass Herbie Hancock & Alex Darqui - keyboards Randy Brecker & Ron Tooley - trumpet Peter Graves - bass trombone Wayne Shorter - soprano sax David Sanborn - alto sax Michael Brecker - tenor sax Howard Johnson - baritone sax Lenny White, Narada Michael Walden & Bobby Economou - drums Don Alias - percussion Sam Moore & Dave Pratter - vocals Othello Molineaux & Leroy Williams - steel drums on Opus Pocus Peter Gordon - french horn