Joe Pass - Relaxin' at Camarillo





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Published on Mar 30, 2010

Charlie Parker's Relaxin' at Camarillo, here played by the American jazz guitarist Joe Pass in his albun Joy Spring, released in 1964.

Joe Pass Quartet:

Joe Pass - Guitar
Mike Wofford - Piano
Colin Bailey - Drums
Jim Hughart - Bass

Track list:
01- Joy Spring
02- Sometime Ago
03- The Night has a thousand Eyes
04- Relaxin' at Camarillo
05- There is no Greater Love

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Thomas Grice
Young jazz performers listen to the melodic concept of JAZZ improvisation and how should be express.  Tommy Grice
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3:52 greaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat phrasing !
Christian F
"If his addiction wasn't a problem, how much more would he have done(?)" His addiction was stopped early on in his life, before he even recorded his first reputable jazz records. Unless you mean something else? Haha forgive me if so.
3:14 it starts going into a hip-hop beat lol
Wes's influence is strong here.
daniel jazzcat
The sound of guitar is awesome. Mike woford is great too. God bless Joe Pass.
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live on charlie
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amazing. Most recorded jazz guitarist. if his addiction wasn't a problem how much more would he have done. love him playing with Ella too. great side man. Excellent solo artist. him and oscar peterson too. love you joe. read your life story. feel it in your music
Zipper Pinches
So much character in Joe's playing. You can hear the technical brilliance and humor in his phrasing. Totally having fun with it.
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