- Performer:Jaco Pastorius
- Title:Live and Outrageous
- Date of release:February 13, 2007
- Recording date:1982
- Recording location:The Festival International De Jazz De Montreal
- Size FLAC version1653 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1258 megabytes
- Size WMA version1562 megabytes
- Formats:VOC MIDI AAC MOD AHX VOX
Jaco Pastorius is the solo debut album by Jaco Pastorius, released in 1976. The album was produced by Bobby Colomby, drummer and founder of Blood, Sweat & Tears. The disc begins with a cover version of "Donna Lee". All tracks composed by Jaco Pastorius except where indicated. Donna Lee" (Charlie Parker) – 2:27. Come On, Come Over" (featuring Sam & Dave) (Pastorius, Bob Herzog) – 3:54. Kuru/Speak Like a Child" (Pastorius, Herbie Hancock) – 7:43. Portrait of Tracy" – 2:22.
Live In New York City, Vol. 5: Raça. Jaco Pastorius - Live In New York City, Vol. 5: Raça (1993). Songs in album Jaco Pastorius - Live In New York City, Vol.
Sure, Jaco Pastorius had some exceptional writing-in particular songs like the atmospheric "Continuum," the steel-drum driven funk of "Opus Pocus" and the percussion-heavy "Okonkole' Y Trompa-and Word of Mouth had plenty of impressive chops for the bass contingent. itself before resolving into the album-closer, "John and Mary," named for Pastorius' two children. The live material on Invitation and Twins may be light on new Pastorius originals, but the performances of by-then much-loved tunes from his two studio records-amongst them, a largely solo reading of "Continuum," where the band only enters in the final minute; a vibrant take on "Liberty City"; a beautifully rendered "3 Views," and a palate-cleansing ""Okonkole' Y Trompa
Live performance of Jaco's set at the Festival Internatinal De Jazz De Montreal in 1982. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat. Jaco Pastorius-live in montreal jazz fest 1982 57:55.
Synopsis: The reputation of the late Jaco Pastorius is legendary, based as much on his mercurial personality as his groundbreaking bass playing and small but significant repertoire of original music. His declining mental health became increasingly evident following his departure from fusion super group Weather Report, ultimately leading to his tragic demise in 1987. Still, while the bassist was already beginning to show some signs of decline when Jaco Pastorius: Live and Outrageous was filmed at the Montreal Jazz Festival in 1982, he was still capable of putting on an exciting show.
Jazz fusion bass player Jaco Pastorius makes an entry into the In Concert series with this live recording. Rentals include 30 days to start watching this video and 3 days to finish once started.
CreditsDon Alias - Percussion
Randy Brecker - Trumpet
Peter Erskine - Drums
Pierre Lacombe - Director
Bob Mintzer - Reeds
Joni Mitchell - Text
Othello Molineaux - Drums (Steel)
Jaco Pastorius - Bass, Primary Artist
Jon Sievert - Cover Photo
Alain N. Simard - Producer
|2||Donna Lee||Jaco Pastorius|
|3||Jaco's Bass Solo||Jaco Pastorius|
|4||Mr. Fonebone||Jaco Pastorius|
|5||Fannie Mae||Jaco Pastorius|