Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

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Jim Hall & Pat Metheny
Studio album by Jim Hall, Pat Metheny
Released April 27, 1999
Genre Jazz
Length 73:47
Label Telarc
Producer Gil Goldstein, Steve Rodby. Pat Metheny
Jim Hall chronology
By Arrangement
(1998)
Jim Hall & Pat Metheny
(1999)
Grand Slam: Live at the Regattabar, Cambridge Massachusetts
(2000)
Pat Metheny chronology
Like Minds
(1998)
Jim Hall & Pat Metheny
(1999)
A Map of the World
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Jim Hall & Pat Metheny is the album of two jazz guitarists Jim Hall and Pat Metheny. It was released by Telarc International on April 27, 1999. The album contains 11 studio recording tracks and 6 live recording tracks.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Recording Length
1. "Lookin' Up"   Jim Hall Studio (S) 4:34
2. "All the Things You Are"   Hammerstein, Kern Live (L) 6:58
3. "The Birds and the Bees"   Atilla Zoller L 5:04
4. "Improvisation, No. 1"   Hall, Pat Metheny S 1:05
5. "Falling Grace"   Steve Swallow S 4:39
6. "Ballad Z"   Metheny S 4:33
7. "Summertime"   George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward L 5:35
8. "Farmer's Trust"   Lyle Mays, Metheny L 5:29
9. "Cold Spring"   Hall L 6:29
10. "Improvisation, No. 2"   Hall, Metheny S 1:11
11. "Into the Dream"   Metheny S 3:05
12. "Don't Forget"   Metheny S 4:46
13. "Improvisation, No. 3"   Hall, Metheny S 3:22
14. "Waiting to Dance"   Hall S 4:38
15. "Improvisation, No. 4"   Hall, Metheny S 2:37
16. "Improvisation, No. 5"   Hall, Metheny S 2:08
17. "All Across the City"   Hall L 7:34

Jim Hall is featured to the left channel, Pat Metheny to the right.

Personnel[edit]

  • Jim Hall - Electric Guitar
  • Pat Metheny - Electric, Acoustic, Fretless Acoustic, and a 42-string Guitar

Charts[edit]

Album
Year Chart Position
1999 Billboard Top Jazz Albums 2[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anderson, Rick. Jim Hall & Pat Metheny: Jim Hall & Pat Metheny > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved September 21, 2011.
  2. ^ "Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - Jim Hall & Pat Metheny". Allmusic. Retrieved September 21, 2011.