The Road to You

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The Road to You
PMG The Road to You cover.jpg
Live album by Pat Metheny Group
Released 1993 (1993)
Venue Italy, France
Genre Jazz, jazz fusion
Length 70:12
Label Geffen
Producer Pat Metheny
Pat Metheny chronology
Secret Story
(1992)Secret Story1992
The Road to You
Zero Tolerance for Silence
(1994)Zero Tolerance for Silence1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic4.5/5 stars[1]

The Road to You is a live album by the Pat Metheny Group that won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Performance.[2]

The songs were recorded during concerts in Naples, Bari, Pescara, and Jesi, Italy; and Paris, Marseille, and Besançon, France. The last song is a solo guitar studio recording from the video More Travels.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Pat Metheny except where noted.

Side I
1."Have You Heard"6:48
2."First Circle" (Metheny/Mays)9:03
Side II
1."The Road to You"5:45
2."Half Life of Absolution" (Metheny/Mays)15:19
3."Last Train Home"5:10
Side III
1."Better Days Ahead"5:12
2."Naked Moon"5:30
3."Beat 70" (Metheny/Mays)5:06
Side IV
1."Letter from Home"2:33
2."Third Wind" (Metheny/Mays)9:50
3."Solo from More Travels"3:40



Grammy Awards

Years Category
1994 Best Contemporary Jazz Performance

More Travels (DVD, 1992)[edit]

All tracks written by Pat Metheny except where noted.

2."Have You Heard" (Metheny/Mays)0:00
3."Last Train Home"0:00
4."First Circle" (Metheny/Mays)0:00
5."Are You Going With Me?"0:00
6."Letter From Home"0:00
7."Half Life Of Absolution"0:00
8."The Road To You" (Metheny/Mays)0:00
9."Third Wind"0:00
10."Letter From Home (Reprise)" (Metheny/Mays)0:00


  • Video directed by Jan Egleson
  • Video produced by Marcus Viscidi
  • Executive producer – Ted Kurland, Daihei Shiohama and David Sholemson
  • Associate producer – Pat Metheny and Steve Rodby
  • Music produced by Pat Metheny
  • Music co-produced by Steve Rodby
  • Design – Howard Cummings
  • Director of Photography – Paul Goldsmith
  • Edited by William A. Anderson
  • Associate producer – David Oakes
  • Recorded and mixed by Rob Eaton

Personnel Live[edit]


  1. ^ Henderson, Alex. "The Road to You: Recorded Live in Europe - Pat Metheny". AllMusic. Retrieved 19 July 2011.
  2. ^ "Past Winners Search". Retrieved September 25, 2011.
  3. ^ The Road to You (booklet). Geffen Records. 1993. p. 5.