Still Life (Talking) - Pat Metheny Group

Still Life (Talking)

Pat Metheny Group

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 2006-02-06
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

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  • ℗ 1987 Geffen Records


Title Artist Time
Minuano (Six Eight) Pat Metheny Group 9:26 USD 0.99
So May It Secretly Begin Pat Metheny Group 6:24 USD 0.99
Last Train Home Pat Metheny Group 5:38 USD 1.29
(It's Just) Talk Pat Metheny Group 6:15 USD 0.99
Third Wind Pat Metheny Group 8:33 USD 0.99
Distance Pat Metheny Group 2:45 USD 0.99
In Her Family Pat Metheny Group 3:18 USD 0.99


  • Still Life Talking

    By Mostdisappointed
    So It My Secretly Begin...on of my top five, and perhaps Pat Metheny's best!
  • What a bizarre adventure

    By Tn550
    Me and my grandfather Joseph love listening to Last train home. It's more of a somber song to us, but even our dog, iggy, loved it
  • One of the best made

    By Ff vb
    I think that this is one of his best albums out. I think the best song is "it's just talk". Everything changed when I started hearing his music, I remember how it used to sound when I first started hearing it and now I still listen to it and it still sounds just as good now as it did then. I grew up listening to his music, never got tired of hearing it and never will. It was said that "Letter from home", picks up where Still life (talking) leaves off, but to me, Still life (talking) picks up where "We live here" leaves off. I love how it sounds when you put "We live here",and Still life (talking) together as one. If you buy "We live here",you must buy Still life (talking). you'll love it.
  • Boss Que Productions

    By Que Dogg
    This is one of Pat Metheny's better albums for sure. If you're a jazz buff who likes traveling. This is the album for you from beginning to end.
  • Influential

    By BStreetEasy
    Metheny influenced a lot of great guitarists in today's music. Mostly notably Phish. This is one of my favorite albums of Metheny Group
  • Sublime

    By Onco doc
    I first heard Pat Metheny on 101.9FM in 1980..As Falls Wichita, so Falls Wichita Falls. It was a life changing experience. This album arguably encompasses most of that feeling that transformed my musical soul from the mundane into the transcendent. Pat is the Mozart of contemporary jazz.
  • Legendary

    By Salexander24
    Legendary virtuoso Pat Metheny and his extraordinary team of musicians deliver a seminal tour-de-force classic album.
  • Great and Timeless Album

    By NikolaiC25
    My father gave me cassette recordings off this album when I was a kid, but I never understood it, and thought it was stupid. Once my mind fully developed, and I got sick of all the garbage on the radio, I came back to explore Pat Metheny. This music is phenomenal and really inspiring. It invokes emotions you've never felt before, and never gets old. Needless to say, I am a PM fan now.
  • Must hear

    By Erwin Bloot
    Pat Metheny is an artist that all musicians should listen to no matter what their interest is. So interesting and as a listener you find new things everytime.
  • Traveling Music

    By TheFoxx
    I have been listening to Pat Matheny since 1990 or some where there abouts. I have always felt like the wind was blowing in my face, and I was standing over the grand Canyon feeling free. Truly Free. Last night I was at the Jazz Lab in Edmond OK, and I see that Pat Matheny is going to be there. I have no money, if you can help me, please send me $20.00 and with enough of those $20.'s I can go and see him. I need his music like I need my breaths. Just for a moment of Freedom, Last Train Home is the one that caught me and made me sit down and listen. Since that time, I have been a huge fan. Being riden with Arthritis severely keeps me from working... but I sure would like to go. If you can help, I would sure appreciate it.

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