Unpretentious, witty, and gently swinging, the duet between Pat Martino and Les Paul on ”I’m Confessin”’ — All Sides Now’s high point — just glows. It’s so joyously mellow that following it with a hard-edged, rock-tinged Martino/Joe Satriani duet is jarring. Fortunately, that’s the only serious misstep in this set, which pairs thoughtful, accessible player Martino with fellow guitarists plus one vocalist, Cassandra Wilson. B+
All Sides Now Unpretentious, witty, and gently swinging, the duet between Pat Martino and Les Paul on ''I'm Confessin''' — All Sides Now's...All Sides NowJazz Unpretentious, witty, and gently swinging, the duet between Pat Martino and Les Paul on ''I'm Confessin''' — All Sides Now's...1997-09-05
Genre: Jazz; Lead Performer: Pat Martino; Producer (group): Blue Note
Posted September 5 1997 — 12:00 AM EDT
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