Pat Martino - Cream flac album
|1||The Breeze And I (Excerpt)||3:53|
|3||Both Sides Now||2:06|
|6||Send In The Clowns||3:41|
|7||Three Base Hit||4:30|
|9||Do You Have A Name?||12:33|
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The 32 Jazz compilation Cream collects tracks from some of guitarist Pat Martino's best albums, including Consciousness and his post-brain aneurysm 1987 comeback Return. Although 32 Jazz also reissued most of the albums these cuts come from, having them in one place makes for a nice introduction to Martino's distinctive ambient "machine gun"-like improvisational style.
Pat Martino (born August 25, 1944) is a jazz guitarist and composer within the post-bop, fusion, mainstream jazz and soul jazz idioms. He is noted for his mathematical approach to the instrument (he has released textbooks such as Linear Expressions) and advanced knowledge of music theory. Martino was born Pat Azzara in South Philadelphia. He began playing professionally at the age of 15 after moving to New York City.
Both Sides Now. Pat Martino. 6. Send in the Clowns. 7. Three Base Hit. 9. Do You Have A Name? Pat Martino.
Pat Martino - Impressions, 04:34, . MB download mp3 full version here. Download Pat Martino - Impressions. Pat Martino - Alone Together 05:51. Pat Martino - Three Base Hit 04:30. Pat Martino: best 2 tracks. Pat Martino - A Blues For Mickey-O El Hombre, 1990 08:01. Pat Martino - City Lights Starbright, 2004 00:54.
Pat Martino – Cream (1997). 1. The Breeze and I 2. Sunny 3. Both Sides Now 4. Impressions 5. Alone Together 6. Send in the Clowns 7. Three Base Hit 8. Blue Bossa play 9. Do You Have a Name? 10. How Insensitive. Pat Martino (guitar) Bobby Rose (guitar) Willis "Gator" Jackson (tenor saxophone) Gil Goldstein (piano, electric piano) Eddie Green, Ron Thomas (electric piano) Charles Earland (organ) Tyrone Brown (fretless bass) Sherman Ferguson (drums, percussion) Idris Muhammad, Joey Baron, Billy Hart, Billy Higgins (drums) Buddy Caldwell (congas). One of the most original of the jazz-based guitarists to emerge in the 1960s, Pat Martino made a remarkable comeback after brain surgery in 1980 to correct an aneurysm caused him to lose his memory and completely forget how to play. It took years, but he regained his ability, partly by listening to his older records.
Consciousness (Pat Martino album). Guitar students should study this on. All compositions by Pat Martino except as indicated.
Pat is probably my Jazz guitarist I listen to the most. The album "Cream" is right there with East!, and has many more songs. In my mind, it's the definitive Pat Martino album, and its just one of the grooviest albums you'll ever hear. It's the kind of thing you might play for someone who doesn't listen to jazz, and you'll be confident they'll enjoy it. Yes, you can dig deeper into his catalog and there's other great stuff he's done, but nothing tops El Hombre.
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