℗ ℗ 1978 ECM Records
 

Pat Metheny Group

Pat Metheny Group

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1.1
San Lorenzo
Pat Metheny Group; Pat Metheny; Lyle Mays; Mark Egan; Dan Gottlieb
10:14
1.2
Phase Dance
Pat Metheny Group; Pat Metheny; Lyle Mays; Mark Egan; Dan Gottlieb
8:18
1.3
Jaco
Pat Metheny Group; Pat Metheny; Lyle Mays; Mark Egan; Dan Gottlieb
5:34
1.4
Aprilwind
Pat Metheny Group; Pat Metheny; Lyle Mays; Mark Egan; Dan Gottlieb
2:09
1.5
April Joy
Pat Metheny Group; Pat Metheny; Lyle Mays; Mark Egan; Dan Gottlieb
8:14
1.6
Lone Jack
Pat Metheny Group; Pat Metheny; Lyle Mays; Mark Egan; Dan Gottlieb
6:41
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    41:10
"There’s no mistaking a Pat Metheny album, and along with running mates Lyle Mays, Mark Egan, and Dan Gottlieb, the experience is unforgettable. From its inaugural moments, the group’s self-titled debut overflows with radiance."
- ECM: Between Sound and Space

Pat Metheny Group is the self-titled first album by the Pat Metheny Group, released in 1978. It features Pat Metheny on guitars, Lyle Mays on piano and synthesizer, Mark Egan on electric bass, and Danny Gottlieb on drums.

Many elements that became defining traits of the band's overall sound were in place on the first album, namely Metheny's incorporation of several different guitars and Mays's fusion of electronic and acoustic keyboards to create a fuller, more harmonically sophisticated foundation for the melodies and solos.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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