Pat Martino


When the anesthesia wore off, Pat Martino looked up hazily at his parents and his doctors and tried to piece together any memory of his life.

One of the greatest guitarists in jazz. Martino had suffered a severe brain aneurysm and underwent surgery after being told that his condition could be terminal. After his operations he could remember almost nothing. He barely recognized his parents. and had no memory of his guitar or his career. He remembers feeling as if he had been “dropped cold, empty, neutral, cleansed... naked.”

In the following months. Martino made a remarkable recovery

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Albums

[no cover]
Alone Together
Blue Note
2012
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Undeniable
Undeniable
HighNote Records
2012
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Undeniable
Undeniable
HighNote Records
2011
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Pat Martino Quartet: Undeniable
Pat Martino Quartet:...
HighNote Records
2011
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[no cover]
Footprints / Exit
Blue Note
2010
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Remember: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery
Remember: A Tribute...
Blue Note Records
2007
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Videos

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