John Pisano

John Pisano

born on 19/4/1931 in Staten Island, NY, United States

John Pisano

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John Pisano

John Pisano (born February 6, 1931) is a jazz guitarist born in Staten Island, New York.

John has accompanied in concert or recording some of music's biggest names, including Burt Bacharach, Tony Bennett, Herb Alpert, Natalie Cole, Michael Franks, Diana Krall, Peggy Lee, Julie London, Joe Pass, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Billy Bean, Chico Hamilton and many more

Pisano wrote So, What's New which appeared as the B-side of Herb Alpert's hit single Flamingo in 1966

As a leader

As sideman

  • Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass: 1965 through 1974; Albums included Going Places, What Now My Love, S.R.O., Sounds Like, Herb Alpert's Ninth, The Beat of the Brass, Christmas Album, Warm, The Brass Are Comin', Summertime, and Coney Island, all on the A&M Records label
  • Gato Barbieri: Latino America (Imp!ulse, 1973)
  • Frank Capp: In A Hefti Bag (Concord, 199495)
  • Chico Hamilton: The Original Duke Ellington Suite (Blue Note, 1958), Reunion (Soul Note, 1989)
  • Diana Krall: The Look Of Love (Verve, 2001)
  • Joe Pass: Ira, George And Joe (OJC, 1981); Apassionato, Nuages (Pablo), My Song (Telarc)
  • Bill Perkins: Quietly More (OJC, 1966)
  • Lalo Schifrin: Gone with the Wave (Colpix, 1964)
  • Jimmy Scott: All The Way (Sire/Warner Br* Joe Pass & John Pisano: Duets (Pablo 1991).,1992)

External links

  • John Pisano's official website
  • The Flying Pisanos
  • The John Pisano Signature Guitar
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