℗ 2016 Metheny Group Productions, under license to Nonesuch Records Inc.
 

The Unity Sessions

Pat Metheny

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1
Adagia
Pat Metheny
2:08
2
Sign of the Season
Pat Metheny
10:42
3
This Belongs to You
Pat Metheny
5:39
4
Roof Dogs
Pat Metheny
7:50
5
Cherokee
Pat Metheny
5:02
6
Genealogy
Pat Metheny
2:04
7
On Day One
Pat Metheny
15:18
8
Medley: Phase Dance / Minuano / Midwestern Nights / The Sun in Montreal / Omaha Celebration / Antonia / Last Train Home
Pat Metheny
10:52
9
Come and See
Pat Metheny
12:55
10
Police People
Pat Metheny
2:52
11
Two Folk Songs
Pat Metheny
4:58
12
Born
Pat Metheny
7:51
13
Kin (<-->)
Pat Metheny
11:06
14
Rise Up
Pat Metheny
12:28
15
Go Get It
Pat Metheny
4:18
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:56:03
The Unity Sessions is a live album by American jazz guitarist Pat Metheny, Chris Potter on saxophone and bass clarinet, Ben Williams on bass, Giulio Carmassi on keys, and Antonio Sánchez on drums. It was recorded live in a black box theatre without an audience except for sound, lighting, and camera crew.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nonesuch Studio Masters

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