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DVD/Video, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Have You Heard
2. And Then I Knew
(Lyle Mays interview)
3. Here to Stay
4. First Circle
(Paul Wertigo interview)
5. Scrap Metal
6. Farmer's Trust
(Lyle Mays interview)
7. Episode d'Azur
(Armando Marcal interview)
8. Third Wind
9. This is Not America
(David Blamires interview)
10. Antonia
(Steve Rodby interview)
11. To the End of the World
(Mark Ledford interview)
12. Minuano (Six-Eight)
(Pat Metheny interview)
13. Stranger in Town

Running Length approx. 110 minutes.

Line-up / Musicians

- Pat Metheny / guitars, guitar synths
- Lyle Mays / piano, keyboards
- Steve Rodby / bass (acoustic and electric)
- Paul Wertigo / drums
- David Blamires / vocals, misc. intruments
- Mark Ledford / vocals, flugelhorn, trumpet
- Armando Marcal / percussion

Releases information

Eagle Vision / Metheny Group Productions.

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