Pat Metheny - Bright Size Life FLAC album
Title: Bright Size Life
FLAC version ZIP size: 1577 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1913 mb
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In 2005, the first track was included on the Progressions: 100 Years Of Jazz Guitar compilation on Columbia Records; in 2011, the first track was included on the Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology compilation. All music composed by Pat Metheny, except where noted. Pat Metheny – 6-and 12-string electric guitar. Jaco Pastorius – bass guitar.
Pat Metheny's debut studio album is a good one, a trio date that finds him already laying down the distinctively cottony, slightly withdrawn tone and asymmetrical phrasing that would serve him well through most of the swerves in direction ahead. His original material, all of it lovely, bears the bracing air of his Midwestern upbringing, with titles like "Missouri Uncompromised," "Midwestern Nights Dream," and "Omaha Celebration.
This album has an average beat per minute of 112 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 89/142 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 89BPM, ends at 117BPM (+28), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Pat Metheny. Cuong Vu Trio Meets Pat Metheny.
Band Name Pat Metheny. Released date November 1985. Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album2.
In 2005, the first track was included on the Progressions: 100 Years Of Jazz Guitar compilation on Columbia Records; in 2011, the first track was included on the Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology compilation. Studio album by. Pat Metheny.
4. Missouri Uncompromised. 5. Midwestern Nights Dream. 7. Omaha Celebration. 8. Round Trip, Broadway Blues. More albums from Pat Metheny
Pat Metheny is one of the most famous jazz guitarists ever, along with other legends Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and such. Metheny released his first album back in 1976, and was very noticed among the fusion scene, thanks also to his immediately noticeable guitar playing, that still gives the chills today. For this first album, the guitarist calls in the amazing bass player Jaco Pastorius to play during the recording sessions, as well as Bob Moses, the famous jazz drummer.