Jaco PastoriusJaco Pastorius

Label:Original Recordings Group – ORG 114, Columbia – 88697794491, Epic – PE 33949
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180 gram
Genre:Jazz, Funk / Soul
Style:Fusion, Jazz-Funk


A1Donna Lee2:24
A2Come On, Come Over3:53
B1Kuru / Speak Like A Child7:38
B2Portrait Of Tracy2:19
C1Opus Pocus5:24
C2Okonkole Y Trompa4:20
D1(Used To Be A) Cha-Cha8:53
D2Forgotten Love2:11

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Limited edition of 2500 numbered copies.
Mastered from the Original Master Tapes.

Epic logo on labels, Epic cat# inside gatefold.
Columbia logo on back cover, Columbia cat# on back cover & labels.
Org logo on back cover, Org cat# on spine, back cover & labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned (sticker)): 858492002145
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ORG 114-A-45 19693.1(3) Bernie Grundman
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ORG 114-B-45 19693.2(3) Bernie Grundman
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): ORG 114-C-45 19986.3(3) Bernie Grundman
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): ORG 114-D-45 19693.4(3) Bernie Grundman
  • Other (Cat# on sticker): ORGSONY-ST01

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Jaco Pastorius (LP, Album, Stereo)EpicEPC 81453Europe1976
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Jaco Pastorius (LP, Album, Promo)EpicPE 33949US1976
Jaco Pastorius (LP, Album, Stereo, Terre Haute Press)EpicPE 33949US1976
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Jaco Pastorius = ジャコ・パストリアスの世界 (LP, Album, Stereo)Epic, Epic25AP 71, 25AP 71(E)Japan1976
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Jaco Pastorius (LP, Album, Stereo)EpicPE 33949Canada1976



  • kalicojoe's avatar
    Edited 2 months ago
    Absolutely 3 dimensional sounding, I can't believe it could sound this good! I only have my late 70's epic repress to compare but this pressing beats it by a mile. The vinyl is not very quiet which is a drawback. Also I have a problem with Portrait of Tracey where there is a high frequency hiss that lasts 2 secs at the 00:32 mark, only on the left channel. I don't know if this is a defect to my disc or mastering issue that's present on all copies, please let me know if you also have this problem.
    • SammyGoulbourne's avatar
      This pressing is, in a word: PHENOMENAL! Don’t let anyone tell you that the original pressing sounds as good or better than this - cos it won’t be.
      Get this, if you can.
      • awn91816's avatar
        • jlsbradham's avatar
          This is the definitive pressing of this album. I can’t say enough good things about it. It is sublime. This album sounds new again. Jaco’s bass is perfectly mixed in every tune. The overall mix on band tunes is staggering. It really does feel like the band is in the room with you. Used To Be A Cha-Cha is a standout. The clarity in the percussion, the masterful mixing and vinyl mastering, this is THE version to own…but the price has skyrocketed in years. Honestly, though, if you love this album as so many of us do, it’s easily worth springing $200 or so to get this definitive pressing. If it’s too much, the MOV version isn’t bad; it’s what I had for years before finding a bargain on this pressing, and it got me through, but this ORG 45rpm pressing is a completely new experience. Stunning.

          Music: 5/5
          Mixing/Mastering: 5/5
          Pressing: 5/5
          Packaging: 5/5

          Equipment used: Pro-Ject The Classic SB SuperPack turntable, VAS custom wood-body Shure M91 MM cartridge with ML stylus, Pro-Ject Tube Box DS2 Preamp, Klipsch RP-8060FA floor tower speakers, Marantz SR6005 Stereo receiver

          -Review by Linc Bradham


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