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Some of the most emotional and moving compositions Pat Metheny has ever written, from his 1992 masterpiece Secret Story.
Carly Simon’s 1971 hit song beautifully turned inside out by Pat Metheny.
Pat Metheny re-imagines Antonio Carlos Jobim’s “The Girl from Ipanema,” on baritone guitar. From the terrific new album “What’s It All About.”
Pat Metheny has released a series of great videos promoting his new album “What’s It All About,” a collection of solo guitar versions of classic pop tunes. Here’s his baritone guitar interpretation of The Association’s “Cherish.”
Pat Metheny wrote this beautiful piece for the people of New Orleans. Yes, that’s Bill Clinton with Elvis Costello, listening on the side of the stage.
Tonight’s insanity break: Pat Metheny and The Metropole Orchestra at the 2003 North Sea Jazz Festival, with a fantastic rendition of “Third Wind” from the album Still Life (Talking). (The 720p HD version looks great in full screen mode.)
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Pat Metheny and Brad Mehldau play the jazz standard “All The Things You Are” at the 2007 San Sebastian Jazz Festival. And by “play” I mean: exhibit a level of telepathic communication beyond most mortal human beings.