Pat Metheny records ‘Day Trip’ with Christian McBride and Antonio Sanchez (2005)

Pat Metheny’s ‘Day Trip’ is a studio album recorded on October 19, 2005, with Christian McBride and Antonio Sanchez by Nonesuch Records.

Track Listing : 1.Son Of Thirteen (Pat Metheny) – 05:49 . 2.At Last You’Re Here (Pat Metheny) – 07:59 . 3.Let’S Move (Pat Metheny) – 05:22 . 4.Snova (Pat Metheny) – 05:56 . 5.Calvin’S Keys (Pat Metheny) – 07:25 . 6.Is This America? (Katrina 2005) (Pat Metheny) – 04:34 . 7.When We Were Free (Pat Metheny) – 09:00 . 8.Dreaming Trees (Pat Metheny) – 07:46 . 9.The Red One (Pat Metheny) – 04:47 . 10.Day Trip (Pat Metheny) – 09:03

Musicians : Pat Metheny – Guitar . Christian Mcbride – Bass . Antonio Sanchez – Drums

Production : Produced By Pat Metheny . Pete Karam – Engineer . Hyomin Lee – Assistant Engineer . Joe Ferla – Mixing . Mark Wilder – Mastering

Package : Barbara De Wilde – Design

Recorded On October 19, 2005.

Released On January 29, 2008 B


All About Jazz
As ever, Metheny manages to sound unmistakably, well, Metheny, while continuing to break new ground gradually; his increasing ability to self-accompany sounds occasionally overdubbed despite this being a live in the studio recording made in just one day. […]

Day Trip says nothing but says it sweetly. These things may bother casual listeners yet they won’t bother Metheny’s legion of admirers for whom the Missouri boy is still the stripey-shirted king of modern jazz guitar. […]

The Guardian
In its early stages, Day Trip seems to fall into some familiar postbop traps (too much technique, overwrought themes) but it soon settles into some jubilant improvising from all three, on the kind of bluesy grooves, Latin swingers and inviting ballads that suggest Wes Montgomery has returned to life and found the hippest 21st-century world-music partners he could. […]


Pat Metheny’s ‘Day Trip’ on RVM [Radio.Video.Music]


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