Pat Metheny


its great!!!! forever!!!

>>By Bart   (Sunday, 30 Mar 2003 21:07)

He is just the best.......

>>By Reks   (Friday, 11 Apr 2003 13:01)

I just want to say what a profound force Pat's music has been in my life.....I have been a serious fan since 1979.....I was 12 at the time....and for the first time, I knew that I had found a kindred spirit......You cannot classify Pat's music.....It just is! The music that Pat and Lyle have created over the years has been a constant friend to me...inspiring me to be positive and to share my positivity with others.
There have been very few artists over the years, whose music has affected me so deeply and continues to do so every day. I always feel like Pat is my best friend that I've never met! I continue in my quest to learn jazz guitar and find my own voice, but no doubt there will be elements of Pat's music in my own.....I just have to keep practicing with the hope that one day I will be able to move someone's soul with my own music, the way that Pat's music has done for me.

Zane Bickerstaff, Punta Gorda, FL

>>By Zane Scott Bickerstaff   (Wednesday, 28 May 2003 07:09)

Check out the review of "One Quiet Night" at Minor 7th Webzine,

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>>By Minor 7th   (Friday, 4 Jul 2003 03:48)


Shia Hardcastle

>>By Shia2001   (Friday, 19 Sep 2003 04:24)

I have a Pat Metheny Ibanez, coolest sounding guitar........

>>By Campking   (Friday, 19 Sep 2003 17:46)

Are there any female fans out there who love PMG between 28-38?????

>>By Joe J   (Friday, 24 Feb 2006 21:51)

I first heard Pat Metheny on the radio in 1979 and was immediately hooked. At that time his albums were not available in the UK so I had his Pat Metheny Group album imported from the US. In 1980 I saw him at the Bracknell jazz festival and couldn't believe what I heard; it was like watching a magician conjure up an endless stream of extraordinary music.

Since then I've been lucky enough to see him in concert 5 or 6 times, and almost every time was an adventure. The only exception being the Offramp tour which, like the album, is far too much like so-called 'easy listening'.

>>By Kittoro   (Sunday, 26 Feb 2006 19:59)

ahhhh, Pat Metheny.... is there any better music to listen to for any time of day or any kind of weather? Lyle's own solo efforts are no slouch either... great stuff from both and better when they are blended. Remember "bright size life"? i wore the grooves out on that LP! (shows ya how old I am!) good to see so many appreciate what this guy is responsible for. He's been a very big influence on many of my paintings.

>>By keeth   (Monday, 4 Sep 2006 18:35)

I saw PMG an the Albert Hall a couple or so years back. One of those rare occasions where players with dazzling technique would rather communicate than simply impress if you get my drift. Beautiful, uplifting music

>>By planet ear   (Monday, 4 Sep 2006 23:54)

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