Jazz Guitar Duos: Top-5 Guitar-Bass Albums

Jazz Guitar Duos: Top-5 Guitar-Bass Albums

Jazz guitar duos with a bass. No drums. No piano. No brass. No anything else. This is probably the simplest combination you can get in Jazz Guitar. This minimalistic setting helped creating some of the most sensitive and intimate jazz records ever. Ed Bickert & Don Thompson: At the Garden Party (1979) This Ed Bickert and Don Thompson album has of one of the warmest guitar sound … [Click Here to Read more]

Joe Pass Untold

Joe Pass Untold

There’s a special place in the pantheon of jazz guitarists for Joseph Anthony Passalaqua. We call him Joe Pass and for many, he is the definitive model of the “complete” jazz guitar player. Fusing rhythmic and melodic approaches, his compelling solo guitar style develops at a time when most players are using either rhythm or melody — but rarely both at the same time. Legend … [Click Here to Read more]

Joe Pass’ Top-5 Solo Albums

Joe Pass’ Top-5 Solo Albums

Guitar icon Joe Pass was prolific in terms of his recorded output and more than made up for a drug-related “lost decade” at the very beginning of his burgeoning career. Emerging from the haze of addiction and incarceration, Pass jumped seemingly headlong into a busy career as a sideman and as a leader. But it would seem that he will be best remembered for recordings … [Click Here to Read more]