One Quiet Night

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One Quiet Night
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Studio album by Pat Metheny
Released May 13, 2003 (2003-05-13)
Recorded November 24, 2001 and January 2003
Genre Jazz, folk jazz, crossover jazz
Length 65:35
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Pat Metheny, Steve Rodby
Pat Metheny chronology
Speaking of Now
(2002)Speaking of Now2002
One Quiet Night
(2003)
The Way Up
(2005)The Way Up2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
All About Jazz [2]

One Quiet Night is a solo acoustic guitar album by Pat Metheny that was released in 2003. He recorded the album at his home studio on a baritone guitar built for him by Linda Manzer.

In the liner notes, Metheny called One Quiet Night a homemade album that was recorded with one guitar, one microphone, and mistakes. Most of the album was recorded in one day, November 24, 2001, with additional recording in January 2003. He included two of his favorite songs, "My Song" by Keith Jarrett and "Ferry Cross the Mersey" by Gerry and the Pacemakers, and a more recent favorite, "Don't Know Why" by Jesse Harris, made popular by vocalist Norah Jones; "Last Train Home", which he had been playing on baritone guitar during a tour; and two new songs, "Song for the Boys" and "Over on 4th Street". Metheny produced the album. Steve Rodby was co-producer.[3]

One Quiet Night won the Grammy Award for Best New Age Album in 2004.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Pat Metheny, except where noted.

  1. "One Quiet Night"
  2. "Song for the Boys"
  3. "Don't Know Why" (Jesse Harris)
  4. "Another Chance"
  5. "Time Goes On"
  6. "My Song" (Keith Jarrett)
  7. "Peace Memory"
  8. "Ferry Cross the Mersey" (Gerry Marsden)
  9. "Over on 4th Street"
  10. "I Will Find the Way"
  11. "North to South, East to West"
  12. "Last Train Home"

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Collar, Matt. "One Quiet Night – Pat Metheny | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  2. ^ Lowe, Farrell (25 June 2003). "Pat Metheny: One Quiet Night". allaboutjazz.com. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  3. ^ Metheny, Pat (2003). One Quiet Night (booklet). Warner Bros. p. 1. 
  4. ^ "One Quiet Night – Pat Metheny". AllMusic. Retrieved 13 January 2017.