Phase Dance - Pat Metheny Group - Pat Metheny Group (CD, Album)



Label: ECM Records - ECM 1114,ECM Records - 825 593-2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz, Fusion
Phase Dance - Pat Metheny Group - Pat Metheny Group (CD, Album)

15 rows · Pat Metheny Group albums and discography on AllMusic including all best, old, and new .

 · The first recording by the Pat Metheny Group features the innovative guitarist along with keyboardist Lyle Mays, bassist Mark Egan, and drummer Dan Gottlieb. The music is quite distinctive, floating rather than swinging, electric but not rockish, and full of folkish melodies. The best known of these six Metheny - Mays originals are "Phase Dance /10().

PAT METHENY TRANSCRIPTIONS PAGE by SAMO SALAMON. One of the greatest guitarists jazz has ever given - Pat Metheny. Check out his transcriptions! Classified by albums from Pat Metheny and the Pat Metheny Group by year: PAT METHENY: Bright Size Life () Bright Size Life (Pat Metheny) - 1. Bright Size Life (Pat Metheny) - 2.

This is one of my favorite albums. I opened the cd case I have owned for years and I gasped when there was no disc inside.I had to buy it again. These are four incredible musicians, led by Pat Metheny. Phase Dance, April Wind/April Joy, and Jaco (featuring superb bass by /5().

 · Artist: Pat Metheny. Album: Pat Metheny Group Remastered. Released: Style: Jazz. Format: MP3 Kbps. Size: 94 Mb. Tracklist: 01 – San Lorenzo 02 – Phase Dance.


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  1.  · A double album taken from five US concerts in during Vasconcelos’ stay in theGroup, their concepts are audibly coalescing with excellent versions of ‘Phase Dance,’ “San Lorenzo” and Metheny’s ability to work a good melody into song that takes the audience with him on “Are You Going With Me?”.

  2. These performances are from the period after the "Watercolors" album had been released, and the upcoming "Pat Metheny Group" album would be released. All four tunes are fine examples of what this group (and my personal favorite for a few reasons) sounded /5(17).

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