9 thoughts on “ Teen Town - Weather Report - The Jaco Years (CD) ”

  1. Arashill says:
    Label: Columbia - CK • Series: This Is Jazz - 40,Columbia Jazz • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Fusion, Jazz-Rock Weather Report - The Jaco Years (, CD /5(4).
  2. Salar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Jaco Years on Discogs.
  3. Gardagor says:
    Jazz-rock fusion; principally composed by Jaco Pastorius. Previously released material. Compact disc. Biographical notes on Jaco by James Isaacs (11 p.)--inserted in container. Performer(s): Performed by Weather Report. Event notes: Recorded ca. Description: 1 audio disc: .
  4. Yozshujas says:
    This Is Jazz # Weather Report-The Jaco Years. Columbia: GD. Buy download online. Weather Report, Tony Williams (drums), Wayne Shorter (tenor saxophone), Wayne Shorter (soprano saxophone), Josef Zawinul (keyboards), Jaco Pastorius (bass), Jaco Pastorius (vocal), Jaco Pastorius (drums), Jaco Pastorius (bass guitar), Jaco Pastorius (timpani), Peter Erskine (percussion), Sal.
  5. Gardatilar says:
    Teen Town was written by Jaco for the Weather Report Heavy's Weather album. Not only did he brilliantly execute this percolating syncopated sixteenth-notes bass line, did you know that he also played the drums on this track? Some of the lines find their roots in blues and funk. Some other phrases are not as common and easy to execute correctly.
  6. Vudokazahn says:
    Apr 28,  · "The Jaco Years" were the peak years for the jazz fusion pioneers Weather Report. The band headed by Joe Zawinul and Wayne Shorter had used Miroslav Vitous and Alphonso Johnson on bass before hiring Jaco. I like the older albums but the ones with Jaco are my favorites and I seen them 4 times with Jaco and once with Alphonso.4/5(11).
  7. Nikot says:
    This Is Jazz, Vol. The Jaco Years is a music boxset/compilation recording by WEATHER REPORT (Jazz Rock/Fusion/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(1).
  8. Yojin says:
    Apr 01,  · The narrative arc of Jaco’s career was dramatic, indeed like “a meteor streaking across the Florida night sky,” as Sullivan put it. From local notoriety on the South Florida R&B circuit to international fame with Weather Report, the premier fusion band of the ’70s, Jaco rode that skyrocket to oblivion, eventually crashing on the streets of New York City in the mid-’80s.
  9. Tomi says:
    It was praised by Down Beat for its "unity and joy" and it has come to be seen as one of the best Weather Report albums. Weather Report then recorded Domino Theory and Live in Japan in , Sportin' Life in , and the finale album This Is This! in By February , Shorter left the band, and Zawinul dissolved the band in

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