By Sean Malone, Jaco Pastorius
Discover the technical brilliance and musical genius of the best electrical bassist the realm has ever recognized. This e-book gains hugely exact research of 12 of Jaco's epic bass solos from the songs: Amerika * shiny dimension lifestyles * Chromatic fable * Continuum * Days of Wine and Roses * Donna Lee * Havona * Port of access * Portrait of Tracy * Punk Jazz * Slang * (Used to Be A) Cha Cha.
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A Portrait of Jaco: The Solos Collection (Bass Instruction) by Sean Malone, Jaco Pastorius