℗ ℗ 1979 ECM Records
 

New Chautauqua

Pat Metheny

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1.1
New Chautauqua
Pat Metheny
5:17
1.2
Country Poem
Pat Metheny
2:31
1.3
Long Ago Child / Fallen Star
Pat Metheny
10:19
1.4
Hermitage
Pat Metheny
5:37
1.5
Sueño Con Mexico
Pat Metheny
5:57
1.6
Daybreak
Pat Metheny
8:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    38:21
"Pat Metheny is one of those rare artists whose virtuosity is so fluid that it is no longer a necessary lens through which to view his music. Despite the 43 strings at his disposal for this fourth ECM outing, Metheny opts for pure expanse over density. While his first three projects found him fronting equally captivating support, here we see the Missouri native charting heretofore-unrecorded autobiographical depths that remain as resonant as they ever were."
- ECM: Between Sound and Space

New Chautauqua is a studio album by jazz guitarist Pat Metheny, released in 1979. The album features Metheny alone, playing mostly folk-flavoured compositions.
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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