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Joe Pass: Roy Clark Session (1994)

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In 1994, guitarists Joe Pass and Roy Clark got together and recorded an album of Hank Williams songs. They recorded in Hollywood, at Sage & Sound, and the session was produced by Ralph Jungheim, who conceived the idea for the country-jazz date. JazzWax reader and Joe Pass fan Uwe Zänisch of Berlin sent along a wonderful series of clips from the recording session. Other musicians in the studio were Joe Pass (rhythm-g) Jim Hughart (b) Colin Bailey (d). This was Pass' last studio recording. He died in May 1994.

Here's Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used to Do). If you leave the clip on at the end, it will go right into the next one...

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This story appears courtesy of JazzWax by Marc Myers.
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