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Pat Metheny - Zero Tolerance For Silence - Part One Album

Pat Metheny - Zero Tolerance For Silence - Part One Album
Performer: Pat Metheny
Title: Zero Tolerance For Silence - Part One
Country: UK
Genre: Jazz
Released: 1994
Catalog number: PAT 1
Label: Geffen Records
MP3 album szie: 2359 mb
FLAC album size: 2611 mb


1Zero Tolerance For Silence - Part One (Edit)5:02


  • Published By – Metheny Group Productions

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The first part of Zero Tolerance For Silence. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Pat Metheny - Part I - Zero Tolerance For SilenceYouTube. Zero Tolerance for Silence is a studio album by American jazz guitarist Pat Metheny that was released by Geffen Records label in 1994. The album was recorded in one day and consists of improvised, solo electric guitar. Griggs has two theories about the album's origins. The first is that Metheny was upset with Geffen, and as his contract was ending this was his way of expressing his displeasure. In 2008, Metheny said. Recorded in one day, Zero Tolerance for Silence can best be described as semi-organized noise. In fact, it is often compared with Lou Reed's racket-fest, Metal Machine Music. The recording is five tracks of Metheny's improvised riffing on electric guitar with no other accompaniment, and few, if any, overdubs. Pat Metheny has flirted with this mind-bending musical genre many times before, including his work with Ornette Coleman and even in concert with the Pat Metheny Group. 1994 Zero Tolerance for Silence. Order CD. Label: DGC. Musicians: Pat Metheny. THE most radical recording of this new milestone in electric guitar , soaring, twisted shards of action guitarthought process. An incendiary work by an unpredictable master, a challenge to the challengers. Thurston Moore, Sonic Youth. Part 1. I believe Pat Metheny's answer was Zero Tolerance for Silence. Zero Tolerance can seem like an aural endurance test, and in a way it is. But it is not without profound shape and direction-and that direction, which seems to take us through a type of destructive experience, is ultimately positive. Do you like The Way Up. Disappointingly, Part 4 has a vaguely discernable melody, but the rest of the album sounds like a shopping trolley full of spanners being dropped down a lift shaft. In short, it's absolutely wonderful, and a guaranteed conversation stopper. Beg, borrow or steal a copy. From The Album. Play album. Zero Tolerance for Silence. Pat Metheny. 1,254 listeners. Metheny's musical contexts separate into many branches: the Pat Metheny Group plus various collaborations, duets, solo works, and other side projects. He first made it big in the jazz world with the famous vibraphonist Gary Burton. Throughout the late 70's, 80's, and 90's, Metheny established himself as one of the leading jazz guitar players in the world. Famous for his tasteful midwestern style and tone, he also h read more. Patrick Bruce Metheny born 12 August 1954 in Lee's Summit, Missouri, USA is an American jazz guitarist and leader of the Pat Metheny Group. Part 1 18:18 2. Part 2 5:10 3. Part 3 4:19 4. Part 4 5:07 5. Part 5 5:54. Total Time: 38:48. Line-up, Musicians. Zero Tolerance for Silence is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by PAT METHENY released in 1994 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Zero Tolerance for Silence, Part 1 18:33 2. Zero Tolerance for Silence, Part 2 5:17 3. Zero Tolerance for Silence, Part 3 4:19 4. Zero Tolerance for Silence, Part 4 5:13 5. Zero Tolerance for Silence, Part 5 5:53. Total Time: 39:16. Shop 8 records for sale for album Zero tolerance for silence by Pat Metheny on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. Sort by. Relevance New arrivals Artist a - z Artist z - a Title a - z Title z - a Format Price lowest first Price highest first. page 1, 1