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...
This story appears courtesy of JazzWax by Marc Myers.
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