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... Kai Eckhardt (John McLaughlin), The Isley Brothers, Dave Mann, Dave Ellis (Charlie Hunter) Larry Grenadier (Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Brad Mehldau) Wil Blades (Will Bernard, Stanton Moore) Marc Van Wageningen (Sheila E., Ray Obiedo), CC Deville ... Comment?
Pat Metheny's "Tap: John Zorn's Book of Angels, Vol. 20," likely took some of the guitarist's fans by surprise. Comment?
... ning the country's largest jazz festival kept him from recording until a recent run showcasing his breezier-than-Pat Metheny, jazzier-than-George Benson style. At Snug Harbor. Comment?
... year in Brazil, will feature live performances by internationally renowned names in jazz music that include Pat Metheny; Esperanza Spalding; Brad Mehldau Trio; Joe Lovano & Dave Douglas, and the James Farm band. "With three years of implementation, ... Comment?
... Friends on July 5, and Robert Glaser and Urban Jazz on Aug. 2. Toss-Up plays original fusion in the tradition of Pat Metheny and Weather Report. Epstein's trio presents tunes by Gershwin and Ellington. Glaser is influenced by Miles Davis and classic ... Comment?
... compositions he has created for the players involved. This surprising crossed paths of Zorn and guitarist Pat Metheny, as one of the performers/interpreters of his Book of Angels series (a subset of Zorn's ongoing Masada saga), is a cause of ... Comment?
... Over the years, the likes of Thelonious Monk, James Brown, The Rolling Stones, Frank Zappa, Charlie Haden and Pat Metheny have all come knocking on the door of one of the most respected of post-Coltrane saxophonists. Doubtless it was the honing of ... Comment?
... guitarist who easily belongs in the same rarefied group as better-known relative contemporaries like Pat Metheny , Bill Frisell , John Scofield and John Abercrombie -with whom Juris shares the most as a similarly motif-based improviser that seems to ... Comment?
... pay down its multibillion-dollar debt. Nate Chinen, a jazz critic for The Times, talks to host Ben Ratliff about Pat Metheny's new album "Tap: John Zorn's Book of Angels, Vol. 20. The 2013-14 season will include will include more than 100 ... Comment?
Of course there's much more to both artists than those reductive labels; does this album help crack open those perceptions and neutralize them? The album can be surprising: Mr. Comment?
... collections to indigenous peoples. Nate Chinen, a jazz critic for The Times, talks to host Ben Ratliff about Pat Metheny's new album "Tap: John Zorn's Book of Angels, Vol. 20. The 2013-14 season will include will include more than 100 performances ... Comment?
Omar Thomas remembers the first time he heard Pat Metheny. Thomas was 14 years old, and he hated it. Comment?
... jazz conversationalists - though one CD rather than two might have refined it to its sophisticated essence. Pat Metheny's masterly reinterpretations of John Zorn reflect the latter's respect for Jewish folk music, while splintering it with free ... Comment?
Pat Metheny has won plenty of Grammys for his catchy and smoothly song-like fusion music, but he has risked tough challenges, too - withOrnette Coleman, or the late improv guitarist Derek Bailey, or Philip Glass, for instance. Comment?
... noise-fests on The Sign of 4 and Zero Tolerance For Silence . If somebody had asked me what I'd hope for in a Pat Metheny/John Zorn pairing, I just might have gone for the skronk. Just imagine Zorn letting loose on the sax with Pat joining in with ... Comment?
Best known for bright, accessible modern jazz, Pat Metheny takes on an experimental composer's work with the new Tap: John Zorn's Book of Angels, Vol. Comment?
... Moon" is a genuine (and perhaps clueless) novelty in a time of cynically manufactured "freshness." John Zorn and Pat Metheny have been active in jazz since the 1970s - the former mainly as a composer with an avant-garde bent, the latter as a ... Comment?
... firmament, but this week sees an overture to it in the form of guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Pat Metheny's fascinating interpretations of Zorn songs from the composer's Masada Book Two. The Masada books contained 500 Zorn scores of traditional ... Comment?
At first glance, Pat Metheny and John Zorn might seem to come from different planets. Comment?
... each note into place, perfectly fitting Haynes' elliptic swing and light-touch chatter. Next came a cover of Pat Metheny 's "James", its sunrise theme suspended over the bustle of David Wong's figured bass and Haynes' hint of township lilt, and then ... Comment?