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UP FOR SALE: Pat Metheny Group - ECM Records ECM-1-1114. A Polydor Company. The cover is excellent condition. There are nice portrait of the group on the back plate. There is a paper plastic sleeve. The vinyl is in MN+ condition. It has the ECM label on both sides.

Dan Gottlieb - Drums (Snare)
Lyle Mays - Autoharp
Lyle Mays - Keyboards
Lyle Mays - Oberheim
Lyle Mays - Piano
Lyle Mays - Synthesizer
Mark Egan - Bass (Electric)
Mark Egan - Bass
Pat Metheny - Guitar (12 String Electric), Bass
Pat Metheny - Guitar (12 String)
Pat Metheny - Guitar
Pat Metheny – Performer

San Lorenzo
Phase Dance
April Joy
Lone Jack

The first recording by the Pat Metheny Group features the innovative guitarist along with keyboardist Lyle Mays, bassist Mark Egan, and drummer Dan Gottlieb. The music is quite distinctive, floating rather than swinging, electric but not rockish, and full of folkish melodies. The best known of these six Metheny - Mays originals are 'Phase Dance' and 'Jaco.' This music grows in interest with each listen. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

Having crisscrossed America to the tune of 250 to 300 one-nighters a year while getting their sound and repertoire together, the Pat Metheny Group struck gold with this self-titled jazz-fusion classic in 1978. All the familiar components that have defined their evolution over the last 20 years are in place on Pat Metheny Group: the leader's dark, reverberant electric guitar sound and graceful acoustic colorations; pianist Mays's blend of Presbyterian hymnbook major-chord hosannas, Bill Evans-styled minor mystery, and orchestral synthesizer effects; the rolling, cymbal-inflected groove of Dan Gottlieb; and the Jaco Pastorious-influenced melodic bass lines of Mark Egan. On "San Lorenzo" and "Phase Dance" the band defined their anthemic blend of electric jazz, progressive rock, and roots Americana, while the countrylike intro to "Jaco," the sublime acoustic romance of "April Wind" and the brisk jazz samba changes of "Lone Jack" (with the leader's jaunty, lightly echoed melodic lead) speak to Metheny's interest in a wide range of source material--with a commitment to both extended forms and the art of improvisation. --Chip Stern

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Pat Metheny Group Vinyl ECM Records ECM 1 1114


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  • Vintage handmade item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Wax, Vinyl
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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