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Once they heard him play, few people disagreed with Jaco Pastorius' assessment of himself as the 'greatest bass player in the world'. His meteoric rise in 1977 to the bass chair in Weather Report and his work with Joni Mitchell, established him as a major player on the jazz and rock scenes. Recorded live and broadcast by NHK radio at Shinjyuku Koseinenkin, Jaco Pastorius - electric bass; Alex Foster - saxophone; Ron Tooley - trumpet; Delmar Brown - keyboards; Kenwood Dennard - drums; Don Alias - percussion; Tokyo on 22nd May 1983.
Once they heard him play, few people disagreed with Jaco Pastorius' assessment of himself as the 'greatest bass player in the world'. His meteoric rise in 1977 to the bass chair in Weather Report and his work with Joni Mitchell, established him as a major player on the jazz and rock scenes. Recorded live and broadcast by NHK radio at Shinjyuku Koseinenkin, Jaco Pastorius - electric bass; Alex Foster - saxophone; Ron Tooley - trumpet; Delmar Brown - keyboards; Kenwood Dennard - drums; Don Alias - percussion; Tokyo on 22nd May 1983.
3854917600320

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Format: CD
Label: EQIX
Rel. Date: 01/17/2020
UPC: 3854917600320

Jaco Pastorius Band: Tokyo 83
Artist: Jaco Pastorius
Format: CD
New: in stock $16.00
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DISC: 1

1. Radio Announcer Intro
2. New Reggae
3. Jaco Bass Solo
4. Beaver Patrol
5. Fannie Mae/Why I Sing the Blues/Radio Announcer Outro

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Once they heard him play, few people disagreed with Jaco Pastorius' assessment of himself as the 'greatest bass player in the world'. His meteoric rise in 1977 to the bass chair in Weather Report and his work with Joni Mitchell, established him as a major player on the jazz and rock scenes. Recorded live and broadcast by NHK radio at Shinjyuku Koseinenkin, Jaco Pastorius - electric bass; Alex Foster - saxophone; Ron Tooley - trumpet; Delmar Brown - keyboards; Kenwood Dennard - drums; Don Alias - percussion; Tokyo on 22nd May 1983.
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