Pat Metheny Group: We Live Here (World Tour '95 Japan) by Pat Metheny

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Pat Metheny Group: We Live Here World Tour '95 Japan Artists: Pat Metheny- guitars Lyle Mays- piano, keyboards Steve Rodby- acoustic bass, electric bass Paul Wertico - drums David Blamires- vocals Mark Ledford - vocals, trumpet Armando Marcal - percussion Tracks: 01. Have You Heard 02. And Then I Knew 03. Here to Stay 04. First Circle 05. Scrap Metal 06. Farmer's Trust 07. Episode D'Azur 08. Third Wind 09. This Is Not America 10. Antonia 11. To the End of the World 12. Minuano (Six-Eight) 13. Stranger in Town Guitarist, composer, and bandleader Pat Metheny has done it all in the course of his career, and on his own terms. He's recorded in solo, duo, and trio formats and with groups of various sizes; he's composed film soundtracks, led bands with the likes of Ornette Coleman, made a variety of guest appearances, and toured all over the world. Yet it's with his own Pat Metheny Group, an outfit that he and keyboardist Lyle Mays began some 25 years ago, that he has made much of his arguably best and certainly most popular music. So it is, then, that any Metheny Group concert recording is a welcome addition to his catalog. That's certainly true in the case of this 1995 Japanese show, even though much of the material (five of 13 songs) on We Live Here is drawn from the album of that name, which was not one of the group's finest. At its best (as on Metheny "classics" like "First Circle" and "Minuano"), the Metheny Group's music isn't really jazz, or what's usually called fusion...

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Artist: Pat Metheny
Video title: Pat Metheny Group: We Live Here (World Tour '95 Japan)
Category: Jazz & Fusion


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