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Pat Metheny Headlines the Premier of Reeds & Deeds II

Pat Metheny Headlines the Premier of Reeds & Deeds II

Reeds & Deeds II, the popular jazz radio program broadcast from Emerson College in Boston, premiers a 4th season this Sunday, January 15th at 6pm. The show is continuing on its great success of the past three season. From September to December 2011, Reeds & Deeds II interviewed greats such as Kurt Elling, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Stanley ...

What's It All About

Label: Nonesuch Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: The Sound of Silence; Cherish; Alfie; Pipeline; Garota de Ipanema; Rainy Days and Mondays; That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be; Slow Hot Wind; Betcha By Golly, Wow; And I Love Her.

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Pat Metheny: What's It All About

Read "What's It All About" reviewed by John Kelman

Pat Metheny has released plenty of solo albums over the years, but One Quiet Night (Nonesuch, 2003) found him turning to a different modus operandi, imposing a series of restrictions: one guitar, one tuning, no overdubs. An intimate album of mostly original material, beyond three covers including Keith Jarrett's “My Song" and Gerry & the Pacemakers' ...


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