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One Quiet Night

Label: Nonesuch Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: One Quiet Night; Song for the Boys; Don't Know Why; Another Chance; Time Goes On; My Song; Peace Memory; Ferry Cross the Mersey; Over on 4th Street; I Will Find the Way; North to South, East to West; Last Train Home; In All We See (bonus track).

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Pat Metheny: One Quiet Night

Read "One Quiet Night" reviewed by John Kelman

Guitarist Pat Metheny has, over the past couple years, been reissuing his Geffen-era albums, with and without his flagship Pat Metheny Group. These Nonesuch releases have all benefited from improved sonics and, in the case of Song X (1985), a well-needed remix and the addition of six tracks, completely altering the arc of this classic collaboration ...

One Quiet Night

Label: Warner Bros.
Released: 2003
Track listing: One Quiet Night; Song For The Boys; Don't Know Why; Another Chance; And Time Goes On; My Song; Peace Memory; Ferry Cross The Mersey; Over On 4th Street; I Will Find The Way; North To South, East To West; Last Train Home

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pat Metheny: One Quiet Night

Read "One Quiet Night" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Are you seated? For the first time in recent memory, Pat Metheny's new album is not an epic journey through musical style. One Quiet Night gives us a rare insight into the simple explorations of the baritone guitar by one of jazz music's masters. Metheny may not do something this emotionally simplistic again for some time.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pat Metheny: One Quiet Night

Read "One Quiet Night" reviewed by Eddie Becton

Pat Metheny, one of the most versatile guitarists of the day, demonstrates once again his penchant for harmonic richness, even minus a full band. This is another of Metheny's solo projects, the last being New Chautauqua, an underrated gem. One Quiet Night finds Metheny returning to his Lee's Summit, Missouri roots, where he was influenced by ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pat Metheny: One Quiet Night

Read "One Quiet Night" reviewed by Farrell Lowe

A rich legacy of artists have found it in themselves to trust their inner voice enough to record profoundly intimate music and share it with the world. Bill Evans' Conversations With Myself, Anthony Braxton's For Alto, John McLaughlin's My Goals Beyond, Bill Frisell's Ghost Town, and Keith Jarrett's Spirits all come to mind in this context. ...


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