|Born||August 19, 1935|
Newark, New Jersey, US
|Associated acts||Stan Kenton, Herb Alpert, Cedar Walton|
He attended the Juilliard School of Music in New York for two years but left because it did not offer jazz at that time. He then toured the country with the Stan Kenton Orchestra and recorded Adventures in Blues, and Adventures in Jazz at Capitol Records. He was the bassist for Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass from 1964–1968. Senatore produced CD's for Hi-Brite and Moo Records including: two volumes of the VIP Trio with Cedar Walton, Billy Higgins and himself; Pasquale, with himself, Billy Childs, Billy Higgins, Paul Hanson (bassoon), Pedro Eustache (flute), Mike Barone (trombone), featuring several of his original compositions.
Currently, Pat Senatore is the Artistic Director for Herb Alpert's Vibrato Grill Jazz in Bel Air, CA, where he performs regularly.
As a leaderEdit
- Pasquale (Moo, 1997)
- Ascensione (Fresh Sounds, 2008)
- Stan Kenton: 1961–1964; Albums included Adventures in Standards Adventures in Blues, Adventures In Jazz on Capitol Records
- Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass: 1964–1968; Albums included South of the Border, SRO, Herb Alpert's Ninth, Christmas Album, all on the A&M Records label
- Cedar Walton: 1988–1991; Standard Album (Vol 2) on Hi Brite
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- STEWART, ZAN (August 12, 1990). "Fond Memories of His Own Jazz Club Keep Plucking Bassist Pat Senatore's Heartstrings". latimes.com. Retrieved May 28, 2015.
- STEWART, ZAN (July 24, 1997). "Content With No Keys: Veteran bassist favors a trio without the dominating piano". latimes.com. Retrieved May 28, 2015.
- Lohr, Matt R. (April 18, 2015). "Overdue Ovation for Pat Senatore: "So much experience and so much knowledge"". jazztimes.com. Retrieved May 28, 2015.