Trio 99 – 00

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Trio 99 → 00
Studio album by Pat Metheny
Released February 8, 2000
Recorded August 1999
Genre Jazz
Length 65:22
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Pat Metheny, Gil Goldstein, Steve Rodby
Pat Metheny chronology
A Map of the World
Trio 99 → 00
Trio → Live
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Trio 99 → 00 is an album by Pat Metheny, recorded with Larry Grenadier on bass and Bill Stewart on drums. (The album title is often listed as "Trio 99 > 00" or "Trio 99>00".)

This trio came together as Metheny finished a two-year stretch of recording and touring around the world with his regular group. For his "vacation" period, Metheny decided to find a few like-minded younger players and continue once again to expand on his unique vision of what a guitar-led, improvisationally-driven, three-piece ensemble could suggest within this modern culture of music.[2]

During recording, the trio "spent just a couple of days together in the studio, just for a few hours a day, just playing", according to Metheny. They did not even listen back to anything until a few weeks later.[3]

Metheny won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Solo for "(Go) Get It."

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Music Length
1. "(Go) Get It"   Pat Metheny 5:37
2. "Giant Steps"   John Coltrane 7:54
3. "Just Like the Day"   Metheny 4:43
4. "Soul Cowboy"   Pat Metheny 8:29
5. "The Sun in Montreal"   Pat Metheny 4:36
6. "Capricorn"   Wayne Shorter 6:19
7. "We Had a Sister"   Metheny 5:30
8. "What Do You Want?"   Metheny 5:24
9. "A Lot of Livin' to Do"   Lee Adams, Charles Strouse 5:28
10. "Lone Jack"   Metheny, Lyle Mays 5:31
11. "Travels"   Metheny, Mays 5:48



  • Source - Album cover and liner notes.
  1. ^ Richard S. Ginell (2000-02-08). "Trio 99>00 - Pat Metheny,Pat Metheny Trio | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2013-10-27. 
  2. ^ "Trio 99>00". Pat Metheny. Retrieved 2013-10-27. 
  3. ^ "Trio 99>00". Pat Metheny. Retrieved 2013-10-27.