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American Garage

CD (Item 486819) ECM, 1979 — Condition: Used
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Pat Metheny — American Garage ... LP 6.99
A brilliantly evocative album from Pat Metheny – one that's got a quietly epic feel, as Pat and group soar out across the American landscape in a set of tunes that subtly explore space and sound while still remaining wonderfully fluid. There's nothing forced here, and nothing too slick – just a magical blend of acoustic and electric sounds, touched with those mystical notes that seem to flow effortlessly from the hands of keyboardist Lyle Mays. Titles include "The Epic", "American Garage", "Cross The Heartland", "Airstream", and "The Search".  © 1996-2024, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(West German pressing.)

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