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John Scofield & Pat Metheny - I Can See Your House From Here Album


Performer: John Scofield & Pat Metheny
Genre: Jazz
Title: I Can See Your House From Here
Country: US
Released: 1994
Style: Smooth Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Label: Blue Note
Catalog Number: CDP 7243 8 27765 2 9
FLAC version ZIP size: 2757 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1944 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1166 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 142

Tracklist

1One Way To Be5:45
2You Speak My Language6:57
3S.C.O.4:41
4No Way Jose7:18
5The Red One4:17
6Everybody's Party6:15
7Message To My Friend6:09
8No Matter What7:14
9Say The Brother's Name7:18
10I Can See Your House From Here7:43
11Quiet Rising5:26

Credits

  • BassSteve Swallow
  • DrumsBill Stewart
  • Executive Producer – Susan Scofield
  • GuitarJohn Scofield, Pat Metheny
  • ProducerLee Townsend

Album

I Can See Your House from Here is a 1994 jazz album by John Scofield and Pat Metheny. John Scofield is heard on the left channel and Pat Metheny on the right channel of this stereo recording. John Scofield electric and acoustic guitar left stereo channel. Pat Metheny electric guitar, nylon-string acoustic guitar, guitar synthesizer right stereo channel. Steve Swallow bass guitar. Bill Stewart drums. I Can See Your House From Here - John Scofield, Pat Metheny. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Pat Metheny and John Scofield playing I Can See Your House from Here with their group. Guitar wizards John Scofield and Pat Metheny have consistently made commercially successful, accessible music while remaining true to their improvisational leanings. It's no surprise that their collaboration sounds so relaxed, fluid, and musically serene. Listeners shouldn't necessarily expect a series of slashing duels, but it's certainly not vapid new age or retrograde fusion. Scofield and Metheny divide compositional duties and play masterful, expressive solos. Album 1992 11 Songs. 1994 Blue Note Records. More By John Metheny , John Scofield. Songs in album I Can See Your House From Here 1993. Pat Metheny Scofield - I Can See Your House From Here. Pat Metheny Scofield - The Red One. Pat Metheny Scofield - No Matter What. Pat Metheny Scofield - Everybody's Party. Pat Metheny Scofield - Message To My Friend. Pat Metheny Scofield - No Way Jose. Pat Metheny & John Scofield - The Red One 4:20. I Can See Your House From Here 7:48. Pat Metheny & John Scofield - Everybody's Party 6:21. Pat Metheny & John Scofield - No Way Jose 7:22. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. If you do not allow these cookies we will not know when you have visited our site, and will not be able to monitor its performance. Track listing. I Can See Your House from Here Scofield 7:43. The Red One Metheny 4:17. No Matter What Scofield 7:14. Everybody's Party Scofield 6:15. Yanow, Scott 2011. Retrieved 18 July 2011. John Scofield. The album cover clearly shows Scofield and Metheny's names, do I really have to say more Well, it says four more words are required so, here it goes. The only question that I could think of before buying is whether or not these two truly meld together in the music to make a great album, or will there be some kind of conflict within the two Both are unique within the Jazz genre but in their own different way, so I think that it's a valid question without ever hearing the album for myself. John Scofield does have a similar sound to Pat Metheny's, although I think that had more to do with record company pressure than their individual styles. Metheny was just too much of a jazz market monster for the suits to not want to copy him. Nonetheless, I like ususally Scofield's soloing style better than Metheny's. While the songs, in keeping with Metheny's usual style, are all relatively low key, the album mostly alternates between the passive and the slightly more energetic songs. Needless to say, I like the faster and louder pieces, but I just wish that they actually