Pat Metheny’s ‘Trio 99 > 00’

Pat Metheny’s ‘Trio 99 > 00’ is an album recorded with Larry Grenadier and Bill Stewart and eleased on February 8, 2000 by Warner Bros.

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Track Listing : 1.(Go) Get It (Pat Metheny) – 05:37 . 2.Giant Steps (John Coltrane) – 07:54 . 3.Just Like The Day (Pat Metheny) – 04:43 . 4.Soul Cowboy (Pat Metheny) – 08:29 . 5.The Sun In Montreal (Pat Metheny) – 04:36 . 6.Capricorn (Wayne Shorter) – 06:19 . 7.We Had A Sister (Pat Metheny) – 05:30 . 8.What Do You Want? (Pat Metheny) – 05:24 . 9.A Lot Of Livin’ To Do (Lee Adams, Charles Strouse) – 05:28 . 10.Lone Jack (Pat Metheny, Lyle Mays) – 05:31 . 11.Travels (Pat Metheny, Lyle Mays) – 05:48

Musicians : Pat Metheny – Electric And Acoustic Guitar . Larry Grenadier – Upright Bass . Bill Stewart – Drum Kit

Production : Produced By Pat Metheny, Gil Goldstein, Steve Rodby . Rob Eaton – Engineer . Andrew Felluss – Assistant Engineer . Pete Karam – Assistant Engineer

Recorded August 1999.

Released On February 8, 2000 By Warner Bros..

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All About Jazz
On three of the disc’s ten tracks, Metheny utilizes the acoustic guitar in an almost folkloric manner. Bringing to mind similar efforts from the Travels album (the title track of which is reprised here), one can’t help but be moved by the shear beauty and heartfelt timbre the guitarist achieves. […]

PopMatters
This is the mark of another middle-of-the-road jazz guitar albumand despite the reputation of Mr. Metheny, I can’t quite recommend it. […]

JazzTimes
Another pleasant surprise here is Metheny’s breezy, bossa-flavored interpretation of “Giant Steps,” in which he turns Trane’s ultimate proving ground into an alluring vehicle for melodic improvisation. […]

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