Mike Brecker appears courtesy of Arista records. Jack DeJohnette plays Sonor Drums and Paiste Cymbals. Track A1, B1, B2, C1 to D2: Published by Pat-Meth Music - BMI Track A2: Published by Liberation Music Co. - BMI Track B3: Published by Composers Music Corp. Matrix, Runout (Side A): ECM-2-1180 A-1 AL WM 37780-A Matrix, Runout (Side B): ECM-2-1180 B-1 AL WM 37780-B Matrix, Runout (Side C): ECM-2-1180 C-1 AL WM 37781-A M0.
Artist: Charlie Haden, Jack DeJohnette, Dewey Redman, Pat Metheny, Mike Brecker. Pat Metheny - A Map Of The World A Map Of The World-Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture, 1999 05:38. Pat Metheny, Pat Metheny, Lyle Mays, Steve Rodby, Dan Gottlieb, Nana Vasconcelos - Are You Going With Me?
Label: ECM. Musicians: Pat Metheny, Charlie Haden, Jack DeJohnette, Dewey Redman, Mike Brecker. This recording is in my top ten of must have music. It is sublime on all levels. From the beautiful, emotive guitar-work of Pat Metheny, to the essential bass of Charlie Haden and tenor sax of Dewey Redman and Michael Brecker. And perhaps the highlight of the recording is the intricate yet effortless drumming of Jack DeJohnette.
80/81 is a double album by jazz artists Pat Metheny, Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, Michael Brecker, and Jack DeJohnette, which was released in 1980. Metheny toured in the . in fall 1980 with a band including Redman, Haden, and Paul Motian. In the summer of 1981, he toured Europe with the full 80/81 lineup. All music composed by Pat Metheny except where noted. Pat Metheny – acoustic and electric guitars. Michael Brecker – tenor saxophone (on tracks I-1, 2; II-2; III-1, 2; IV-1).
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From the disbanded Keith Jarrett American quartet came bassist Charlie Haden and tenor Dewey Redman - who alternates with and occasionally plays alongside tenor Michael Brecker - and Jack DeJohnette provides more combustible drumming than Metheny had ever experienced on record before. Yet Metheny's off-kilter wandering on solo electric guitar is a comfortable fit for the post-bop rhythmic crosscurrents of this music.
80/81, by Pat Metheny. On May 26 in 1980 five jazz musicians convened at Talent Studio in Oslo, Norway. They were jet-lagged from red eye flights and had a full day of recording ahead of them. Amazing as it sounds, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Jack DeJohnette, who between the two of them played with most anybody in jazz who is worth listening to in the fifteen years leading to the 80/81 session, have not recorded together up to that point. The pairing together of two tenor sax players, Dewey Redman and Mike Brecker, was also a first for both of them. The title tune 80/81 was written for Dewey Redman, whom Metheny met while touring with Gary Burton’s band in the early 70s, sometimes sharing the bill with Redman who was playing with Keith Jarrett’s American quartet.
Here guitarist Pat Metheny works with bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Jack DeJohnette, as well as saxophonists Michael Brecker and Dewey Redman. While everyone but Brecker had already traveled to the furthest reaches of improvised jazz, they all come to heel (excepting the group improvised Open ) for that classic Metheny blend of knotty jazz and pastoral folk music. Those who want to hear the players dig deep into jazz need look no further than the title track, which is highlighted by a great solo from the guitarist (with an explosive DeJohnette and Haden absolutely cooking behind him)