℗ 1980 ECM Records
 

80/81

Pat Metheny

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1.1
Two Folk Songs
Pat Metheny; Charlie Haden; Jack DeJohnette; Michael Brecker
20:52
1.2
80/81
Pat Metheny; Charlie Haden; Jack DeJohnette; Dewey Redman
7:34
1.3
The Bat
Pat Metheny; Charlie Haden; Jack DeJohnette; Dewey Redman
6:05
1.4
Turnaround
Pat Metheny; Charlie Haden; Jack DeJohnette; Dewey Redman
7:05
1.5
Open
Pat Metheny; Charlie Haden; Jack DeJohnette; Dewey Redman
14:34
1.6
Pretty Scattered
Pat Metheny; Charlie Haden; Jack DeJohnette; Dewey Redman
7:04
1.7
Every Day (I Thank You)
Pat Metheny; Charlie Haden; Jack DeJohnette; Michael Brecker
13:21
1.8
Goin' Ahead
Pat Metheny
3:51
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:20:26
With 80/81, Pat Metheny took one step closer to his dream of working with The Prophet of Freedom (a dream he finally achieved with 1985’s Song X), and what better company than Coleman alumni Charlie Haden and Dewey Redman, both fresh off the boat of Keith Jarrett’s newly defunct American Quartet and both welcome additions to the extended Metheny family. Along with the technical mastery of reedman Mike Brecker and drummer Jack DeJohnette, plus a dash of post-bop spice, the result was this still-fresh sonic concoction. Like much of what Metheny produces, 80/81 is wide open in two ways. First in its far-reaching vision, and second it its willingness to embrace the listener. Like a dolly zoom, he enacts an illusion of simultaneous recession and approach, lit like a fuse that leads not to an explosion, but to more fuse.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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