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Jaco Pastorius

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Three Views Of A Secret (6:10)
2. John And Mary (10:53)
3. Blackbird (2:47)
4. Word Of Mouth (3:53)
5. Liberty City (11:57)
6. Soul Intro/ The Chicken (6:49)
7. Punk Jazz (4:35)
8. Continuum (4:13)
9. Invitation (6:42)
10. Amerika (1:09)
11. Fannie Mae (2:46)

Line-up / Musicians

- Jaco Pastorius / bass, piano, synthesizer
- Toots Thielemans / harmonica
- Jack DeJohnette / drums
- Hubert Laws / oprano and alto flute
- Peter Erskine / drums, tympani, gong
- Don Alias / percussions
- Herbie Hancock/ piano
- Othello Moulineaux / steel drums
- Leroy Williams / steel drums
- Bobby Tomas Jr / percussions
- Michael Brecker / saxophone
- Bob Mintzer / saxophone, clarinet
- Randy Brecker / trumpet

Releases information

2006: Warner Music UK Ltd 8122787802

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