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ARTICLE: REDISCOVERY

Pat Metheny Group: Travels

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Pat Metheny Group
Travels
ECM Records
1983

There are some records that cannot help but become etched in the memory as a reminder of times past... a happy circumstance, perhaps, or (though hopefully not) something less positive in one's life. Today's Rediscovery is an album that, no matter the time of year, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Tierra Negra: New World Flamenco

Read "New World Flamenco" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

The spry flamenco guitars of Ebert and Henrichs are warm and sometimes seem to blow very hot, like desert winds that fill the empty quarters in the mind's ear. On New World Flamenco, the sixth album by the German duo Tierra Negra and an all-star cast that includes the harpist Muriel Anderson, bassist Victor Wooten, bassist ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Gary Burton / Pat Metheny / Steve Swallow / Antonio Sanchez: Quartet Live

Read "Quartet Live" reviewed by John Kelman

It's rare that a group can reunite to create what it had decades ago while remaining completely fresh and relevant. When guitarist Pat Metheny regrouped the Gary Burton Quartet--his training ground, beginning in his late-teens, from 1974- 1977--as one of his By Invitation performances at the 2005 Festival International de Jazz de Montreal, it was clear ...