Album · 1992 · 19 Songs. Secret Story Pat Metheny.
Acoustic Bass – Charlie HadenAcoustic Guitar, Synth – Pat MethenyArranged By – Pat MethenyConductor – Jeremy LubbockOrchestra – Members Of The London Orchestra Percussion – Armando Marçal, Nana Vasconcelos Transcription By – Mike TownendWritten-By – Metheny.
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Musicians: Pat Metheny with Jeremy Lubbock, Charlie Haden, Nana Vasconcelos, Lyle Mays, Armando Marcal, Mark Ledford, Danny Gottlieb, Steve Ferrone, Paul Wertico, Steve Rodby, Will Lee, Gil Goldstein, Mike Metheny, Ryan Kisor, Sammy Merendino, Toots Thielemans, Akiko Yano, members of the London Orchestra, members of the Pinpeat Orchestra, Choir of the Cambodian Royal Palace and others. a nearly 80-minute world-music suite with symphonic.
Metheny has always leaned towards long-form, through-composed writing, especially in collaboration with pianist Lyle Mays on Pat Metheny Group albums. Here, as sole composer, one can hear Mays' contribution to PMG through its absence. While there's no lack of complexity here, there's stronger romanticism and less mathematical logic.
Nonesuch’s reissue programme of Pat Metheny’s back catalogue continues. After the tumultuous noise terror of the Song X collaboration with the king of free jazz, Ornette Coleman, now comes a reissue of Secret Story from 1992. You couldn’t ask for a more extreme contrast. Secret Story is as mainstream as jazz gets. In fact it’s muzak, or perhaps ‘easy listening’, although I found it very difficult listening. The first problem is there’s not much guitar. There’s some tasteful, fluent picking here and there but this never really catches fire.
The New York Times called Pat Metheny's 1992 Grammy Award-winning Secret Story the most sweepingly ambitious album that the jazz guitarist has yet recorded. a nearly 80-minute world-music suite with symphonic underpinnings.
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Secret Story is an album by Pat Metheny released in 1992. On the performing side, it includes collaborations with the Pinpeat Orchestra of the Royal ballet of Cambodia), the London Symphony Orchestra and its conductor Jeremy Lubbock, the Choir of the Cambodian Royal Palace, Toots Thielemans, and Lyle Mays. This film, also called Secret Story, was re-released on DVD in 2001.
|1||Above The Treetops|
|5||Finding And Believing|
|6||Always And Forever|
|7||See The World|
|9||The Truth Will Always Be|
|10||Tell Her You Saw Me|
- Manufactured By – Unknown (SOS) – SOS084
- Bass, Co-producer, Producer [Associate] – Steve Rodby
- Co-producer – David Oakes
- Directed By – Stanley Dorfman
- Director Of Photography – Jan Kroeze
- Drums, Percussion – Paul Wertico
- Engineer, Mixed By – Rob Eaton
- Executive-Producer – David Sholemson, Ted Kurland
- Guitar – Torsten De Winkel
- Guitar, Keyboards, Producer – Pat Metheny
- Keyboards – Jim Beard
- Keyboards, Accordion – Gil Goldstein
- Percussion – Armando Marçal
- Percussion, Guitar, Trumpet – David Blamires
- Vocals, Guitar, Trumpet, Percussion – Mark Ledford
©1993 Metheny Group Productions
Under license through VideoArts Music, Inc.
Manufactured by Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc., Japan
Recorded live in New Brunswick, NJ, on 24th November, 1992
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: SOS084
|VALJ-3401||Pat Metheny||Secret Story (Laserdisc, S/Sided, NTSC, CLV)||VideoArts Music||VALJ-3401||Japan||1993|
|COBY-91024||Pat Metheny||Secret Story (DVD, RE, NTSC)||Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.||COBY-91024||Japan||Unknown|
|COBY-90027||Pat Metheny||Secret Story (DVD-V, NTSC)||Columbia||COBY-90027||Japan||1998|
|COBY-91475||Pat Metheny||Secret Story (DVD, RE, NTSC)||Columbia Music Entertainment||COBY-91475||Japan||2008|
|VALZ-2107||Pat Metheny||Secret Story (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC, CLV)||VideoArts||VALZ-2107||Japan||1993|