Jaco Pastorius: Live in Montreal Trailer

Jaco Pastorius: Live in Montreal Trailer (1982)

14 April 1982 57 mins

Filmed at the Montreal Jazz Festival in the early 1980s, this concert provides nearly an hour of first-class jazz. Bob Mintzer is outspoken on tenor sax in the opening number, underpinned by Jaco’s clear and propulsive bass. Othello Molineaux coaxes a wide range of sounds out of a single steel drum – possibly the most awkward musical instrument ever devised by man – but Othello makes it sing radiantly.

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Cast

Jaco Pastorius

as Himself

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United States 14 April 1982

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