One Quiet Night
Pat Metheny writes about "One Quiet Night", "On November 24, 2001, I went to my home studio, turned on the recorder, and spent the evening playing. I had rediscovered a special low Nashville tuning that I had worked with some years ago and applied it to a recently acquired baritone guitar. The combination of this wonderful new instrument and this unusual tuning not only made some different things possible harmonically, but challenged me to think about ways of playing that I wouldn't have normally thought to go. I found and settled into a very specific mood of simple, mostly quiet playing, really just for myself. Unlike most of our recordings, this one started and ended with just a single guitar and a mic. This record is about essentially one sound, basically one sound, basically one mood, and taking the time to go deep inside that single world."
|05:01||One Quiet Night||Instrumental|
|04:29||Song For The Boys||Instrumental|
|03:07||Don't Know Why||Instrumental|
|03:18||Time Goes On||Instrumental|
|03:57||Ferry Cross The Mersey||Instrumental|
|03:38||Over On 4th Street||Instrumental|
|07:48||I Will Find The Way||Instrumental|
|12:00||North To South, East To West||Instrumental|
|04:35||Last Train Home||Instrumental|
|Pat Metheny||Guitar, Production, Engineering|
|Rob Eaton||Associate Production, Mixing|
|David Oakes||Associate Production|
|Pete Karam||Associate Production, Additional Recording|
|Jay Spears||Engineering Assistance|
|E. Scott Lindner||Engineering Assistance|
|Recorded at home November 24, 2001 in New York City. Additional recording January 2003.
Mixed at Right Track Studios February 2003.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.
Design by Doyle Partners.