Pat Metheny: TRIO 99>00

When Pat Metheny decides to play in trio – we get the most of him – freshness and distinction! His younger side men, talented Larry Grenadier on bass and Bill Stewart on drums, made the connection so brightly that we get a wonderful collection of tracks. Enjoy them!

pat metheny trio 99-00
Track Listing: (Go) Get It; Giant Steps; Just Like The Day; Soul Cowboy; The Sun In Montreal; Capricorn; We Had A Sister; What Do You Want?; A Lot Of Livin’ To Do; Lone Jack; Travels.

Personnel: Pat Metheny: guitar; Larry Grenadier: bass; Bill Stewart: drums.

KURT ROSENWINKEL|’Round About Midnight’

Kurt Rosenwinkel has a particular sound and improvisation style, ‘Round Midnight‘ was recorded live at Smalls.

Kurt Rosenwinkel – guitar; Avishai Cohen – bass; Jorge Rossy – drums

JONATHAN KREISBERG TRIO | live from Bar Next Door

The Bar Next Door presents good live music, this is Jonathan Kreisberg trio.
Jonathan Kreisberg – guitar Rick Rosato – bass Colin Stranahan – drums

DOTCOM Pat Metheny

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Matthew Stevens delivers his lines with clarity, however you never feel safe with his playing, music comes out of him in a magnetic pulse!

Matthew Stevens: guitar Eric Doob: drums Ben Williams: bass

MARC DUCRET TRIO || Live at Le Triton

The name Marc Ducret seems familiar to me, after some research, nothing comes out of it, which makes this concert with his trio and some guests even more pleasant.

A very modern approach, expressive and original compositions as well as playing and interaction.

|| line-up || Marc Ducret guitar  Bruno Chevillon bass  Eric Echampard drums
guests : Christophe Monniot saxophones Fabrice Martinez trumpet, bugle, tuba Samuel Blaser trombone

PAT METHENY 80/81 || Everyday (I Thank You) || Hamburg 1981

I keep a bunch of old tickets just to remind me some good things, YouTube makes time travelling possible, in the exact same year according to the scarce info about the video – while these guys were playing together I had my fair share of them!

Pat Metheny (g) Charlie Haden (b) Jack DeJohnette (Dr) Dewey Redman (sax) Mike Brecker (sax)


12 duets composed by Ben Wendel dedicated to 12 musicians released throughout the 12 months of 2015.

“I met Gilad shortly after I moved to NYC – I can’t recall when or where but I’m sure it was under musical circumstances.”


Joe Pass & Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen | Tricotism

Oscar Pettiford’s Tricotism played live by Joe Pass, guitar, and Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen, bass, we step along since the very beginning – they’re masters, there’s no way things can go wrong!