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El Hombre (Rudy Van Gelder Remaster)

Pat Martino

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1.1
Waltz For Geri
Pat Martino
6:23
1.2
Once I Loved
Pat Martino
5:46
1.3
El Hombre
Pat Martino
5:59
1.4
Cisco
Pat Martino
4:31
1.5
One For Rose
Pat Martino
4:58
1.6
A Blues For Mickey-O
Pat Martino
8:04
1.7
Just Friends
Pat Martino
5:52
1.8
Song For My Mother
Pat Martino
6:15
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    47:48
"... an organ-drenched speedfest that shows off this Philly kid’s ability to play soulfully, spinning out seemingly endless solos shot through with blue notes, flatted fifths, and 30-second runs. It was Martino’s calling card, and this was his party. And it is, appropriately, a good time." - PopMatters.com Widely recognized today as one of jazz’s greatest and most original guitarists, Pat Martino was just 22 when he recorded his debut album El Hombre in 1967. The album, his first date as a leader, finds the young guitarist flashing his distinctive soul-jazz chops. Accompanied by organist Trudy Pitts, flutist Danny Turner, drummer Mitch Fine and both Abdu Johnson and Vance Anderson on percussion, Martino's runs alternatingly dance over Latin-tinged rhythms and groove in the pocket with classic, soulful flavour. El Hombre stands the test of time as an absolute best-of-genre, guitar soul-jazz workout.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Prestige Studio Masters

All transfers were made from the analog master tapes to digital at 24-bit resolution. Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ; May 1, 1967. Produced by Cal Lampley Remastering, 2006 by Rudy Van Gelder (Van Gelder Studio) Notes by Ira Gitler

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