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  1. Samusar

    Apr 08,  · 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.
  2. Akinoktilar

    Ever since Pat Martino signed with Blue Note, we've been waiting for the release that would break things wide open while harkening back to those ground-breaking Prestige sides that had every young guitarist at the time shaking in his boots. Live at Yoshi's is definitely that record. With no gimmicks, special guests on revolving tracks, or overdubbed extras, Martino is at his expansive best, remarkably supported by Joey DeFrancesco .
  3. Zudal

    Live at Yoshi's, an Album by Pat Martino. Released 19 June on Blue Note (catalog no. 4 2 0; CD). Genres: Jazz.
  4. Vile

    Jul 01,  · Here, for the first time in recent memory, Martino’s gifts as a soloist and arranger functioned to equal advantage as he mined a vein of gold in that nether world between jazz-funk and postbop modernism. Stone Blue stands as perhaps the finest album Martino ever crafted, and live performances by Joyous Lake proved just as incandescent.
  5. Tezshura

    Guitarists who know of Martino are no strangers to the talent of a player who is a great throwback to Wes Montgomery especially, but has a style all his own. Along with Montgomery's ""Live At the Half Note", long considered the greatest live jazz guitar album of all time, "Live at Yoshi's" is one smokin' album/5(40).
  6. Zolokazahn

    Pat Martino: El Hombre () Born Pat Azzara in Philadelphia, Martino was only 22 when he debuted with this Grant Green-influenced soul-jazz album which immediately introduced him as a.
  7. Zulull

    Sep 14,  · Note: Prior to recording El Hombre in , Pat is listed as Pat Azzara. Special thanks for help with the Discography and Album Cover Gallery to: Jack Jesiolowski, Dr. Jörg Heuser, Kouichi Yamamura, Emmanuel Halbwachs, Marc Blum, Ross Bliss, John McCormick, Tom Landman, Wilson McCloy, Mike Brannon, Dirk Johnson, Jay Loane, Dr. Richard Cann and Pat Martino.
  8. Muran

    With Live at Yoshi's, his 20th recording as a leader and third release for the Blue Note label, the legendary Pat Martino has come full circle. Accompanied by Joey DeFrancesco on Hammond B-3 and Billy Hart on drums, the hard bop and funky soul-jazz of this trio are sure to please enthusiasts of the guitar, organ, and drum trio.9/
  9. Malarg

    Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Live At Yoshi's by Pat Martino () Audio CD at sukabermidocaphanrietihosalbi.coinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

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