• 1. Fred Bear The Thread Bare Bear (06:14)
  • 2. South Ghost (05:25)
  • 3. 1817 (04:03)
  • 4. Solo Piano (10:23)
  • 5. Windows (08:56)
  • 6. Sara's Touch (09:30)
  • 7. What's Happening (03:09)
  • 8. The Spider (04:32)
  • 9. Heart & Soul (08:57)
  • 10. On Your Marks (09:03)
  • 11. Down To Land (08:13)

For Pete's Sake

Pete Jacobsen - Electric Piano, Piano , Synthesizer all tracks with:

Track 1 - Bass – Bruce Colcutt - Drums - Tony Marsh, Guitar – Jimmy Roche, Tenor Saxophone – Don Weller
Track 2 & 3- Alto Saxophone – Chris Biscoe, Bass – John Mole, Drums – Dave Barry
Track 4 - solo piano
Track 5 & 6 - Alto Saxophone – Peter King, Tenor Saxophone - Gary Plumley, Bass – Mick Sexton, Drums – Trevor Taylor
Track 7 & 8 - Bass – Ken Baldock, Drums – Spike Wells, Tenor Saxophone – Bobby Wellins
Track 9 - Duet with Tim Whitehead (saxophone)
Track 10 - Bass – Simon Woolf, Drums – Nic France
Track 11 - Bagpipes [Uillean Pipes] – Diarmaid Moynihan, Guitar, Mandola [Octave Mandola] – Rob King, Saxophone , Whistle, Voice – Pippa Marland

For all that knew him Pete Jacobsen was very special It was clear to all those that heard him in those early days that here was a quite extraordinary musician. A prodigious technique, perfect pitch, a formidable musical memory and an encyclopaedic knowledge of a vast area of music set him apart from his contemporaries. He was completely eclectic and could play authoritatively in almost any style. But for all his talent Pete was no Prima Donna. He gave himself generously to every band he played with. He was a uniquely sensitive accompanist and a strong group player. No matter what the musical context Pete would commit himself wholeheartedly to the enterprise. This is vol1 compilation of his work curated by Mick Sexton

Album label: 
Release date: 
09.12 / 2012
Recording date: 
01.01 / 2000
Credits:
Producer : Mick Sexton