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IMAGINARY DAY

Pat Metheny

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.90 | 60 ratings

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Shakespeare
4 stars This album is another amazing Jazz entry in the musical journal of Pat Metheny (I don't mean that literally, of course, as there are no lyrics). I find this to be among Pat Metheny's most mystic, atmospheric and beautiful albums. Unlike much of Offramp, it is less jazzy and often mellow, more experimental. The mood is gripping, the feel is ever-changing, the melodies are catchy, and the musicianship is noteworthy. Pat Metheny also took a step away from their traditional jazz by experimenting with electric sounds largely led by drums with "The Roots of Coincidence". As always, Pat Metheny delivers another beautiful, creative jazz experience. Highly Recommended.
Shakespeare | 4/5 |

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