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  • CD (7 février 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN : B000046S1F
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Il s'agit du 4e album de Pat Metheny dans cette formule du trio guitare/basse/batterie, 10 ans après avoir enregistré dans ce contexte l'album Question And Answer aux côtés de Dave Holland et de Roy Haynes. Entre temps Pat a enregistré surtout avec le Pat Metheny Group, formation dont la musique est très orchestrée et souvent ambitieuse, et dont la musique se rapproche largement du courant pop/rock. En trio Pat revient à un jeu plus jazz: il semble qu'il aime revenir de temps en temps à cette facette moins sophistiquée, dans un contexte plus intimiste.

Il joue cette fois aux côtés de superbes musiciens découverts dans les années 90: le contrebassiste Larry Grenadier, qu'on connaît bien sûr comme accompagnateur fidèle de Brad Mehldau depuis les ses débuts, et à la batterie le grand Bill Stewart, qui joue entre autres régulièrement avec John Scofield. On constate encore une fois que Pat sait s'entourer des meilleurs musiciens...
L'album est très réussi, le projet est bien pensé et a été sans doutes bien préparé. Le répertoire comprend surtout des compositions du leader: certaines ont été conçues pour cet album, comme par exemple "What do you want", une anatole, ou les blues "Soul Cowboy" ou "(Go) Get it". On retrouve aussi d'autres compositions plus anciennes comme la ballade "We had a sister" ou "Lone Jack" et "Travels", des thèmes joués avec la Pat Metheny Group. Les quelques reprises qu'on retrouve sont très réussis : "Giant steps" pour une superbe version (vraiment!
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Absolument superbe, autant en ecoutant le disque que live. Les 3 musiciens sont tres talentueux. Un des meilleurs batteurs de Jazz sur la planete.
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HASH(0x9bf7b120) étoiles sur 5 The best Trio record of the year - Metheny's best ever! 11 mars 2000
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I have always enjoyed Metheny's trio records, but this is by far his best one. His rapport with Grenadier and Stewart is at the highest level. I have a feeling that some people will be more impressed with people like Haden, Higgins, Haynes or Holland because of their names, but make no mistake about it, these younger players are the major guys of THEIR generation. Pastorius was unknown when he showed up on Bright Size Life and now he is a legend and people talk about him like he was always like that - and when BSL came out he went almost unnoticed. It will be like that with Bill Stewart on this record - in the future people will talk about his performance on Trio 99/00 as a seminal moment in jazz drumming and interaction with a soloist. As far as Metheny goes - his playing and level of pure inspriation has never been higher that on this recording. There is just so much going on it is hard to know where to begin. His time feeling, his incredible melodic sophistication, the adventurousness of his lines, everything add up to a new standard being set for jazz guitar. But for the highlights are the new Metheny compositions. There are more great new Metheny "jazz" tunes here than on any of his other records. Already I am hearing people play three songs from this record live - the two blues tunes Soul Cowboy and Go Get it and the rhythm changes tune What do You Want. They are much better compositions than either BSL or Q and A. If I had to recommend just one Metheny record to someone who wanted to check what the guy can do with a guitar in his hands, this would be it. I would give it more stars if I could!
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HASH(0x9d18cb04) étoiles sur 5 Metheny at his absolute best, most vital 21 mars 2000
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Metheny is possibly the greatest jazz guitarist ever. And I say that with full knowledge of all the Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell, Jim Hall, Joe Pass, Grant Green, Django records ever made. High praise? Yes, indeed - but this record is the capper to a 10 year string of sensational releases that Metheny has put together in his recorded output that outrank just about any musician of this era.
With this record, Metheny brings a harmonic and rhythmic ingenuity to his instrument that has eluded just about everyone else. Of his generation, only John Scofield has come close to acheiving this level of improvisational sophistication - but even with Sco, there is a humanity missing somehow; his work is intriquing and oh so interesting, but Metheny always retains the human touch and warm round sound that puts him in that higher echelon with Wes and the others.
My contention that he has surpassed them with this release is based on the fact that the actual improvised melodies that Metheny comes up with with this record remain indelibly crammed into my cranium. To take a tune with a tempo as fast as the first tune, Go Get It, and play song like phrases is the kind of stuff only acheived by greats like Clifford Brown or Sonny Rollins, almost never by a guitarist. (but Joe Pass could come close) Also, the compositions are almost guaranteed to become standards, they are that good - it is easy to imagine that What Do You Want, Soul Cowboy and The Sun In Montreal will become staples of the next generation of musicians.
Also, the rhythm section of Grenadier and Stewart is perfectly matched to Metheny, and though they may not be the big names of today, they will be the Haynes/Higgins/Holland/Hadens of the next years, no doubt.
This is Metheny's best non-group project ever. Better than Song X (a classic), the duet records with Hall and Haden (classics) or his many recent sideman projects. I am even recommending to people who ask me for suggestions that this be their FIRST PM record - something i used to suggest Bright Size Life for.
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HASH(0x9d18cf84) étoiles sur 5 blues for pat 9 février 2000
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I have always preferred "chamber Pat," as opposed to his Metheny Group recordings, so I was very anxious to hear this new album. Like "Q&A," and "Rejoicing" before it, this album is very impressive. A real showcase for Metheny's guitar playing, which seems more extrovert in comparison with the last few Metheny Group albums. His supporting rhythm section are terrific, even though the drummer has a tendency to play with the time alot, like the young Tony Williams. But his high level of musical communication with Metheny is undeniable. The acoustic ballads contrast well with the more straight-ahead tunes; listen to these guys play over a 12-bar blues! Pat Metheny shows by the contents of this album that he is a complete master of his instrument, and I hope this trio records more albums together in the future. Two thumbs way up.
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HASH(0x9c54621c) étoiles sur 5 Phenomenal trio outing; some of Pat's best playing ever 10 février 2000
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All of Pat's trio recordings have been stellar. They give him the space to stretch out amidst the chemistry of a small group. This recording, laid down after extensive touring, especially displays the virtuosity of Pat and drummer Bill Stewart. Pat's style is instantly recognizible without being cloying (as Bill Frisell often is). Moreover, Pat keeps growing and pushing ahead. Some of the chops on this date transcend any I have ever heard him play. Moreover, there are no special effects--the guitarsynth stays in the case--just pure musical mastery from all involved.
Doug Groothuis
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HASH(0x9d18d120) étoiles sur 5 Amazing guitar playing... 21 juin 2003
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I have many Pat Metheny albums. I actually bought my first Pat Metheny album (Offramp) back in the early 80's. I have been hooked ever since then. I even saw him live in Philly a couple times.
Quite simply, Pat Metheny is an absolute genius. I know a lot of people will take exception to this, but I even put him in the same category as Miles Davis (by the way, I'm a huge Miles Davis fan as well).
I also believe that he is very much underrated as a musician, composer, arranger, and artist (even though he sells millions of records and is so critically acclaimed...).
However, with all that said, I never really had a favorite Pat Metheny CD. I always liked them all about the same. None of his albums ever stood out as being my absolute favorite--up until now anyway. I recently purchased this CD, and I was completely blown away the first time I played it. This is probably my favorite Pat Metheny CD.
A couple reviewers mentioned that this is really much more pure jazz than most of his albums--so I won't go into any details about that.
What really amazes me about this cd is Pat Metheny's guitar playing. Although I always considered him an exceptional guitar player, I can honestly say that I never realized how great of a guitar player he really is until I heard this CD.
Larry Grenadier (bass) and Bill Stewart (Drums) are fantastic on this cd as well.
I also love the stripped down format of this album: Guitar, Bass, and Drums. No special effects, no over-dubs, nothing fancy...I love all of his other stuff as well, but this cd really stands out.
What really bugs me about this cd is the ranking. I am surprised at how low this is ranked by Amazon.com in terms of best selling Pat Metheny CDs. It is ranked #31. I just find it odd that there are 30 other Pat Metheny CDs that sell better on Amazon.com than this. I don't want to put down any of his other stuff, because all of it is great, but I would think that this would sell much better than most of that other stuff.
Buy it and enjoy!
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