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Jaco Pastorius: Jaco [Original Soundtrack]

Track List

>Come On, Come Over
>Continuum
>River People [Live]
>Teen Town
>Portrait of Tracy
>Dry Cleaner From Des Moines [Live], The
>All American Alien Boy [Clean Album Version]
>Liberty City
>Okonkole y Trompa
>Barbary Coast
>Crisis
>Longing
>Nineteen Eighty Seven
>Shine
>Continuum
>Come On, Come Over - (featuring Whit Crane/Robert Trujillo/Armand Sabal-Lecco/Stephen Perkins/Benji Webbe/C-Minus)

Album Notes

Liner Note Authors: Chuck Doom; Robert Trujillo.

Recording information: Airport Studio's Burbank, California (01/1976); Alex Kazanegras,Devonshire Sound, North Hollywood, CA (01/1976); Artison Records, Fort Lauderdale, FL (01/1976); Camp Colomby Studios, New City, NY (01/1976); Columbia Recording Studios C&B, New York City, NY (01/1976); Devanshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA (01/1976); Electric Lady Studios, New York City (01/1976); HR Studios Montenegro (01/1976); Ron Malo, Devonshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA (01/1976); Rosteds Studios Oslo, Norway (01/1976); Strangeland Studios, Lee's Summit, MO (01/1976); Studio Katy, Brusseis (01/1976); The Music Room, Laurel Canyon, California (01/1976); The Power Station, New York (01/1976); Airport Studio's Burbank, California (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Alex Kazanegras,Devonshire Sound, North Hollywood, CA (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Artison Records, Fort Lauderdale, FL (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Camp Colomby Studios, New City, NY (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Columbia Recording Studios C&B, New York City, NY (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Devanshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Electric Lady Studios, New York City (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); HR Studios Montenegro (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Ron Malo, Devonshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Rosteds Studios Oslo, Norway (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Strangeland Studios, Lee's Summit, MO (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Studio Katy, Brusseis (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); The Music Room, Laurel Canyon, California (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); The Power Station, New York (07/01/1980-07/03/1980); Airport Studio's Burbank, California (07/2014); Alex Kazanegras,Devonshire Sound, North Hollywood, CA (07/2014); Artison Records, Fort Lauderdale, FL (07/2014); Camp Colomby Studios, New City, NY (07/2014); Columbia Recording Studios C&B, New York City, NY (07/2014); Devanshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA (07/2014); Electric Lady Studios, New York City (07/2014); HR Studios Montenegro (07/2014); Ron Malo, Devonshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA (07/2014); Rosteds Studios Oslo, Norway (07/2014); Strangeland Studios, Lee's Summit, MO (07/2014); Studio Katy, Brusseis (07/2014); The Music Room, Laurel Canyon, California (07/2014); The Power Station, New York (07/2014); Airport Studio's Burbank, California (1975-1976); Alex Kazanegras,Devonshire Sound, North Hollywood, CA (1975-1976); Artison Records, Fort Lauderdale, FL (1975-1976); Camp Colomby Studios, New City, NY (1975-1976); Columbia Recording Studios C&B, New York City, NY (1975-1976); Devanshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA (1975-1976); Electric Lady Studios, New York City (1975-1976); HR Studios Montenegro (1975-1976); Ron Malo, Devonshire Sound Studios, North Hollywood, CA (1975-1976); Rosteds Studios Oslo, Norway (1975-1976); Strangeland Studios, Lee's Summit, MO (1975-1976); Studio Katy, Brusseis (1975-1976); The Music Room, Laurel Canyon, California (1975-1976); The Power Station, New York (1975-1976).

Photographers: Brian Risner; Claus Eckert.

The surprisingly cohesive soundtrack to the 2015 Jaco Pastorius documentary Jaco features tracks the legendary jazz bassist recorded during his short career in the '70s and '80s. The first major documentary film about Pastorius, who was born in 1951 and died tragically in 1987 at age 35, Jaco was produced by bassist Robert Trujillo (Suicidal Tendencies, Metallica) and Pastorius' oldest son, Johnny Pastorius. Jaco details Pastorius' rise from unknown Florida musician to internationally recognized and innovative jazz superstar. In concordance, we get cuts Pastorius recorded as a solo artist and as a member of the influential fusion outfit Weather Report. Fittingly, Trujillo and Pastorius cull tracks off the bassist's two major solo studio albums, 1976's Jaco Pastorius and 1981's Word of Mouth, including "Come on, Come Over," "Continuum," and "Crisis." Elsewhere, we get a handful of major Weather Report sides, including the synth-heavy "River People" and the funky Pastorius feature "Teen Town." Along the way, we also get several tracks Pastorius recorded for other artists, including a live version of "The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines" with Joni Mitchell and "All American Alien Boy" off Ian Hunter's 1978 studio album. Bringing Pastorius' influence full circle, Trujillo also includes several brand-new recordings, including a cover of "Come on, Come Over" by his own band Mass Mental, as well as a cover of "Continuum" by Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. While there is certainly room for longer, more exhaustive Pastorius anthologies, Jaco succeeds in providing a listenable -- and one feels lovingly heartfelt -- overview of the bassist's career. ~ Matt Collar



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