Letter from Home - Pat Metheny

Letter from Home

Pat Metheny

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 2006-02-06
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 1989 Geffen Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Have You Heard Pat Metheny Group 6:25 USD 1.29
2
Every Summer Night Pat Metheny Group 7:13 USD 1.29
3
Better Days Ahead Pat Metheny Group 3:02 USD 1.29
4
Spring Ain't Here Pat Metheny Group 6:54 USD 1.29
5
45/8 Pat Metheny Group 0:55 USD 1.29
6
5-5-7 Pat Metheny Group 7:54 USD 1.29
7
Beat 70 Pat Metheny Group 4:52 USD 1.29
8
Dream of the Return Pat Metheny Group 5:25 USD 1.29
9
Are We There Yet Pat Metheny Group 7:55 USD 1.29
10
Vidala Pat Metheny Group 3:03 USD 1.29
11
Slip Away Pat Metheny Group 5:23 USD 1.29
12
Letter from Home Pat Metheny Group 2:33 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Return purchase

    5
    By redjeep
    can't seem to locate my CD, but this has been a long time favorite, having purchased when released, and seeing the group in concert on this tour. Pat - always fabulous, Pedro Aznar - vocals were just right, lyle Mays - what needs to be said? and Paul Wertico - just WOW... All these years later, one of the best live performances i've been lucky to have witnessed...
  • Beat 70

    5
    By Beat 70
    One can not but feel great after listening to this song. Enjoy!
  • The definitive 80's Jazz Album!

    5
    By Music Meditator
    When I think of the Jazz of the 80's, I think of this album. The album tells a story, a Journey. This is Pat Metheny best overall album!
  • Best album made

    5
    By Ff vb
    I think Letter from home is one of the best albums out. This album really does complete my collection of the best albums made. We live here & Still life (talking), Speaking of now,and Letter from home. These are the best albums out that he ever made. Letter from home is like a brand new album every time I hear it.
  • From the master

    5
    By Daddydale52
    Our hometown boy has done some great albums in his brief time but this one takes the cake. It's rare that I play an entire album over and over, but I did with this one. On our first date my ex-wife played American Garage, and I've been a fan ever since. Just genius stuff. P.S. Why do you let trolls like SnoochiBoochie who obviously don't like the music post their inane drivel?
  • Mindless Mumbles

    1
    By Smoochie Boochie
    What is this pyschopathic garbage and why do you people love it? If you really get down to this crap then you lose all credibility as a rational competent human. This is nauseating, like if puke that sat out in the sun all day could make music, this is what it would sound like.
  • Letter from Home

    5
    By Hotboy1210
    Those of u have not heard the genius of Pat Metheney u are missing out We Live Here is my second favorite. My 1st and foremost favorite album is Left Turn I liked this album since I was in fourth or fifth grade I am 42 now it truly is a remarkable album favorite song on this album "are u going with me?" I had a crush on a girl in school and my older brother would play it 4 me when I would go to bed and I would think about her when I listened to this song it brings back wonderful memories I have five or six albums of Metheney's music they are all good
  • Love this!!!😺😺

    5
    By El paso man
    My favorite song is 5-5-7
  • photographer

    5
    By charliegphoto
    THE BEST, I GOT THE ALBUM IN 1996, EVERY SONG IS SPECIAL, THE BEST ALBUM OF MY COLLECTION. (6 STARS?)
  • Beautiful and Refreshing.

    5
    By Kylekatarn10
    It's not common today in Jazz to see really beautiful music. Sure, there's virtuosos at every coffeeshop around the globe, but does technical skill make good music? No, of course not! The first time I heard Pat Metheny was when I heard an arrangement of 5-5-7. I enjoyed it, and picked up this album. It blew my mind to bits and pieces. Never once in my life had I looked at Jazz music and thought: This is genius. I have listened to this album in it' entirety over 50 times, and am still learning more about Pat's amazing guitar work, composing, and arranging. Tracks of note are "Have You Heard", "5-5-7", and "Slip Away". This is real jazz, and I love this album to death. Don't miss it.

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