World-renowned jazz guitarist, singer and recent Grammy Award-winning producer John Pizzarelli takes on the songs of Pat Metheny in his new album "Better Days Ahead". Having loved the recordings of the Pat Metheny Group since his teenage years, Pizzarelli welcomed the challenge of diving deep into Metheny's cannon of dense, moving material and deconstructing Pat Metheny's group arrangements on his seven-string guitar. "To say it was flattering to have John address these tunes is an understatement. I had no idea that it was all leading to this excellent solo guitar recording of my tunes" says Methany.
World-renowned jazz guitarist, singer and recent Grammy Award-winning producer John Pizzarelli takes on the songs of Pat Metheny in his new album "Better Days Ahead". Having loved the recordings of the Pat Metheny Group since his teenage years, Pizzarelli welcomed the challenge of diving deep into Metheny's cannon of dense, moving material and deconstructing Pat Metheny's group arrangements on his seven-string guitar. "To say it was flattering to have John address these tunes is an understatement. I had no idea that it was all leading to this excellent solo guitar recording of my tunes" says Methany.
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Format: CD
Rel. Date: 05/21/2021
UPC: 791558460421

Better Days Ahead (Solo Guitar Takes Pat Metheny)
Artist: John Pizzarelli
Format: CD
New: Available $19.98
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DISC: 1

1. Better Days Ahead
2. Spring Ain't Here
3. April Wind/Phase Dance
4. September Fifteenth
5. James
6. Antonia
7. (It's Just) Talk
8. Letter from Home
9. If I Could
10. Last Train Home
11. From This Place
12. The Bat
13. Farmer's Trust

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World-renowned jazz guitarist, singer and recent Grammy Award-winning producer John Pizzarelli takes on the songs of Pat Metheny in his new album "Better Days Ahead". Having loved the recordings of the Pat Metheny Group since his teenage years, Pizzarelli welcomed the challenge of diving deep into Metheny's cannon of dense, moving material and deconstructing Pat Metheny's group arrangements on his seven-string guitar. "To say it was flattering to have John address these tunes is an understatement. I had no idea that it was all leading to this excellent solo guitar recording of my tunes" says Methany.

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