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Secret Story

Pat Metheny CD2

Secret Story (2007)

Format: CD2

Code: 075597998108

CD1

  1. Above the Treetops
  2. Facing West
  3. Cathedral in a Suitcase
  4. Finding and Believing
  5. The Longest Summer
  6. Sunlight
  7. Rain River
  8. Always and Forever
  9. See the World
  10. As a Flower Blossoms
  11. Antonia
  12. The Truth Will Always Be
  13. Tell Her You Saw Me
  14. Not to Be Forgotten (Our Final Hour)

CD2

  1. Back in Time
  2. Understanding
  3. A Change in Circumstance
  4. Look Ahead
  5. As If It Were the End

 

 

The New York Times called Pat Metheny’s 1992 Grammy-winning Secret Story “the most sweepingly ambitious album that the jazz guitarist has yet recorded … a nearly 80-minute world-music suite with symphonic underpinnings.” Includes five previously unreleased tracks restored by Metheny.

Price: 17,99 €

Pat Metheny

Patrick Bruce Metheny (born 12 August 1954 in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, USA) is an American jazz guitarist and leader of the Pat Metheny Group. Metheny’s musical contexts separate into many branches: the Pat Metheny Group plus various collaborations, duets, solo works, and other side projects. He first made it big in the jazz world with the famous vibraphonist Gary Burton. Throughout the late 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s, Metheny established himself as one of the leading jazz guitar players in the world. Famous for his tasteful midwestern style and tone, he also has an incredible facility with the guitar. His compositions have earned him acclaim in the jazz world as well. He has played with such greats as: Herbie Hancock, Dave Holland, Ornette Coleman, Jack DeJohnette, Michael Brecker, Charlie Haden, Jim Hall, John Scofield, Bill Stewart, Brad Mehldau and Jaco Pastorius. Similar artists include Mike Stern, Bill Frisell, and John McLaughlin. Pat Metheny has won 17 Grammy awards and holds the record for winning ...

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