Blue Note publish ‘I Can See Your House from Here’ by John Scofield & Pat Metheny (1994)

‘I Can See Your House from Here’ by John Scofield & Pat Metheny is an album recorded in New-York and released on April 5, 1994 by Blue Note Records.

Track Listing : 1.I Can See Your House From Here (John Scofield) – 07:43 . 2.The Red One (Pat Metheny) – 04:17 . 3.No Matter What (John Scofield) – 07:14 . 4.Everybody’S Party (John Scofield) – 06:15 . 5.Message To My Friend (Pat Metheny) – 06:09 . 6.No Way Jose (John Scofield) – 07:18 . 7.Say The Brother’S Name (Pat Metheny) – 07:18 . 8.S.C.O. (Pat Metheny) – 04:41 . 9.Quiet Rising (Pat Metheny) – 05:26 . 10.One Way To Be (John Scofield) – 05:45 . 11.You Speak My Language (John Scofield) – 06:57

Jacques Lowe

Musicians : John Scofield – Electric & Steel-String Acoustic Guitars (All On The Left Stereo Channel) . Pat Metheny – Electric & Nylon-String Acoustic Guitars, Guitar Synthesizer (All On The Right Stereo Channel) . Steve Swallow – Acoustic & Electric Bass Guitars . Bill Stewart – Drums

Production : Produced By Lee Townsend Greg Calbi – Mastering . James Farber – Engineer, Mixing . Tony Gillis – Assistant Engineer

Package : Mark Larson – Design . Jacques Lowe asterisques RVM – Photography . Jan Staller – Photography

Recorded In December 1993 At The Power Station, New York, New York, Usa.

Released On April 5, 1994 By Blue Note Records.


Jazzbo Notes
Even if you think you don’t like Pat Metheny because of his sometimes sentimental work with his main group, you should be pleasantly surprised by his playing on this release. […]

Let me just begin this part of the review by saying this CD sounds awesome !!! Bottom line, no if ands or buts, the overall tonality of the recording of this CD, mastered by Blue Note, is fantastic. […]

comusduke @ RateYourMusic
When I tried to compare that with what I had just acquired, I was somewhat disappointed as it didn’t sound like anything I knew form Pat or Sco, but that was not a correct approach, as this being a new situation, what must be expected is something new; and that’s what we get here; […]


‘I Can See Your House from Here’ by John Scofield & Pat Metheny on RVM [Radio.Video.Music]


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