Pat Metheny Group

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Pat Metheny Group - Travels Travels
Jazz New - LP 23791 ECM
Sealed 1983 2LP Gatefold Original. Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Saw Cut. “Now Well Into Its Gliding Brazilian-Tinged Mode, The Pat Metheny Group Hits The Road, As This Set Catches The Band Live In Dallas, Philadelphia, Hartford, Sacramento, And Nacogdoches, TX. Percussionist Naná Vasconcelos Is Still Listed As A "Special Guest," But Ever Since Wichita Falls, He Had Not Only Been A Part Of The Group, He Was The Transforming Element In The Metheny "Sound," Adding His Various Shakers, Effects And Ethereal Vocals. Sidekick Lyle Mays Gets Deeper Into Floating, Glistening Synthesizer Textures, But He Is Still Able To Take Formidable And Touching Solos On Acoustic Grand Piano. Still Experimenting With New Hardware, Metheny's Work On A Detuned Guitar Synthesizer Gives The Live "As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls" An Exotic Balinese-Like Sound. Other Highlights Are The Hard Brazilian Grooves On "Straight On Red" And "Song For Bilbao," As Well As The Trademark Metheny Glide Of "Are You Going With Me?" -- And The Brief Title Track Has A Winning, Guileless Simplicity Much Like That Of Keith Jarrett In A Prayerful Mood. If You Liked The Popular Offramp, You'll Fall For Travels, Too, But Get The Former Album First.” Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 
Pat Metheny Group - Pat Metheny Group Pat Metheny Group
Jazz New - LP ECM-1-1114 ECM
Sealed 1978 Original. Features Dan Gottlieb, Lyle Mays And Mark Egan. Small Corner Crease.... more details
 
Pat Metheny Group - Travels Travels
Jazz New - LP 23791 ECM
Sealed 1983 2LP Gatefold Original Recorded Live In Dallas, Philadelphia, Hartford, Sacramento And Nacogdoches. Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
Pat Metheny Group - Offramp Offramp
Jazz New - LP 1216 ECM
Sealed 1982 Original. 5 Stars. Features Lyle May's Amazing "Are You Going With Me?" “If 1980's As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls Was Defined By Pat Metheny's Charisma, Its Less Accessible But Certainly Rewarding Successor, Offramp, Finds Him Leaning More Toward The Abstract. But As Cerebral As Metheny Gets On Such Atmospheric Pieces As "Are You Going With Me?" And "Au Lait," His Playing Remains Decidedly Lyrical And Melodic. Clearly Influenced By Jim Hall, The Thoughtful Metheny Makes Excellent Use Of Space, Choosing His Notes Wisely And Reminding Listeners That, While He Has Heavy-Duty Chops, He's Not One To Beat Everybody Over The Head With Them. Even When He Picks Up The Tempo For The Difficult And Angular Title Song, He Shuns Empty Musical Acrobatics. Throughout The LP, Metheny Enjoys A Powerful Rapport With Keyboardist Lyle Mays, Who Also Avoids Exploiting His Technique And Opts For Meaningful Storytelling.” Alex Henderson, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Pat Metheny Group - Offramp Offramp
Jazz Used - LP ECM-1-1216 ECM
1982 Original. Recorded With Lyle Mays, Steve Rodby, Dan Gottlieb And Special Guest Nana Vascolcelos. Features Mays' Incredible "Are You Going With Me." Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Pat Metheny Group - Still Life Talking Still Life Talking
Jazz Used - LP GHS 24145 Geffen
1987 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Features "Last Train Home." Appears Unplayed. Gold Promo Stamp On Cover.... more details
 
Pat Metheny Group - Travels Travels
Jazz New - LP 1-23791 ECM
Sealed 1983 2LP Gatefold Original. Pressed On Pure Virgin Vinyl. Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Now Well Into Its Gliding Brazilian-Tinged Mode, The Pat Metheny Group Hits The Road, As This Set Catches The Band Live In Dallas, Philadelphia, Hartford, Sacramento, And Nacogdoches, TX. Percussionist Naná Vasconcelos Is Still Listed As A "Special Guest," But Ever Since Wichita Falls, He Had Not Only Been A Part Of The Group, He Was The Transforming Element In The Metheny "Sound," Adding His Various Shakers, Effects And Ethereal Vocals. Sidekick Lyle Mays Gets Deeper Into Floating, Glistening Synthesizer Textures, But He Is Still Able To Take Formidable And Touching Solos On Acoustic Grand Piano. Still Experimenting With New Hardware, Metheny's Work On A Detuned Guitar Synthesizer Gives The Live "As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls" An Exotic Balinese-Like Sound. Other Highlights Are The Hard Brazilian Grooves On "Straight On Red" And "Song For Bilbao," As Well As The Trademark Metheny Glide Of "Are You Going With Me?" -- And The Brief Title Track Has A Winning, Guileless Simplicity Much Like That Of Keith Jarrett In A Prayerful Mood. If You Liked The Popular Offramp, You'll Fall For Travels, Too, But Get The Former Album First.” Richard S. Ginell, AMG.... more details
 

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