Following the release of the album the Pat Metheny Group embarked on a world tour during which this concert was filmed in Japan. Many of the tracks from the "We Live Here" album are included along with others from their various eighties albums.
Album · 1995 · 9 Songs. More By Pat Metheny Group.
We Live Here is an album by the Pat Metheny Group that won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album in 1996. All tracks written by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays except where noted. Lyle Mays – piano, keyboards. Steve Rodby – acoustic and electric bass. Paul Wertico – drums. David Blamires – vocals. Mark Ledford – vocals, trumpet, Flugelhorn, Whistling. Luis Conte – percussion. Additional musicians: Sammy Merendino – drum programming.
The first Pat Metheny Group recording in five years is a bit unusual in two ways. The band uses "contemporary" pop rhythms on many of their selections but in creative ways and without watering down the popular group's musical identity. In addition Metheny for the first time in his recording career sounds a bit like his early influence Wes Montgomery on a few of the songs
In 1995 The Pat Metheny Group released the album We Live Here. Pat caught a bit of flack from so called jazz purists because it was more groove oriented. Pat Metheny Group - Episode d'azur -Live in japanklaurent13. And Then I Knew" is a song from We Live Here, an album by the Pat Metheny Group that won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album in 1996. Pat Metheny - Stranger in Town Solocalogagl. It's probably not perfect, but I hope you enjoy! Pat Metheny Group - Last Train Home (Live)Fabricio Belo.
Distributed By – Warner Music Argentina. Pressed By – Laser Disc Argentina. Composed By – Lyle Mays (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 9), Pat Metheny (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 9). Cymbal – Dave Samuels. Drum Programming – Sammy Merendino. Drums – Paul Wertico. Executive Producer – David Oakes, Rob Eaton. Guitar, Guitar – Pat Metheny. Mastered By, Remastered By – Ted Jensen. Percussion – Luis Conte.
Some six years after their previous studio album, the Pat Metheny Group regrouped in 1995 to release the album We Live Here. This was to be the first of a set of three albums that the band refer to as the triptych, the others being Quartet (1996) and Imaginary Day (1997). Following the release of the album, the Pat Metheny Group embarked on a world tour during which this concert was filmed in Japan. Many of the tracks from the We Live Here album are included along with others from their various eighties albums
The sounds on this 1995 Pat Metheny Group album are a snapshot of many different musical genres. With the exception of "Episode d'Azur," a Lyle Mays composition, all the songs were written by Metheny and Mays, and represent the styles and elements of the industry. Hip-hop, jazz, funk, rock, pop, be-bop, reggae, grunge, soul, acid, aternative, fusion, electronica, and so much more, all rolled together in that distinctive Metheny Group sound. There's plenty of impovisation and freeform experimental colors thrown in to keep the listener happy
|1||Here To Stay||7:41|
|2||And Then I Knew||7:53|
|3||The Girls Next Door||5:30|
|4||To The End Of The World||12:14|
|5||We Live Here||4:15|
|7||Something To Remind You||7:03|
|9||Stranger In Town||6:11|
|GEFD-24729||Pat Metheny Group||We Live Here (CD, Album)||Geffen Records||GEFD-24729||US||1995|
|PRO-CD-4717||Pat Metheny Group||We Live Here Radio Edits (CD, Album, Promo)||Geffen Records||PRO-CD-4717||US||1995|
|GED 24729, GED24729||Pat Metheny Group||We Live Here (CD, Album)||Geffen Records, Geffen Records||GED 24729, GED24729||Europe||1995|
|79955-2||Pat Metheny Group||We Live Here (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Nonesuch||79955-2||US||2006|
|7559-79955-2||Pat Metheny Group||We Live Here (CD, Album, RE, RM, Sli)||Nonesuch||7559-79955-2||Argentina||2006|
Jazz / Creative music
Electronic / Rock