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  • Pat Metheny & Jim Hall - The Great Guitars

    24:02

    More concerts on Jazz Blues Rock Online
    Legends of Jazz with Ramsey Lewis - The Great Guitars (with Pat Metheny & Jim Hall. Season One, 2006 ep. 03)
    - My Funny Valentine
    - So May It Secretly Begin
    - All The Things You Are
    - Jam
    The guitar episode features Jim Hall with Pat Metheny, and it's probably the series at its best. The idea, generally, is to pair an older master with a younger figure. (Mr. Hall is 75, Mr. Metheny 51.) The mild-looking Mr. Hall is brave enough to utter actual thoughts: first he claims to harbor no nostalgia for the past, then he casually mentions that Ben Webster taught him how to breathe through the guitar like a saxophonist. And bang! comes the edit. (Jazz is so cerebral, you know. It scares people.) But both musicians' performances are worth watching. There's a sense of digging in, and Mr. Metheny brings his regular trio, with the bassist Christian McBride and the drummer Antonio Sanchez.
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  • Pat Metheny & Jim Hall

    4:38



    Pat Metheney Gtr
    Jim Hall Gtr
    Christian McBride Bass
    Antonio Sanchez Drums

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  • Jim Hall and Pat Metheny 2

    1:19

    Jim Hall and Pat Metheny

  • Pat Metheny Jim Hall - The Birds&The Bees

    4:46

    for transcription please visit

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  • Summertime

    5:36

    Provided to YouTube by Nonesuch

    Summertime (Live Recording) · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Writer: Dubose Heyward
    Writer: George Gershwin
    Writer: Ira Gershwin
    Arranger: Pat Metheny

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  • Pat Metheny & Jim Hall - Great Guitars

    14:24

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  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - Summertime

    5:37

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny (1999) - Track 7
    Jim Hall (guitar), Pat Metheny (guitar)

    Jim Hall rose to prominence in the early 60's, and was well regarded for his smooth tonal work and advanced harmonics. Jim Hall and Joe Pass had somewhat of a professional rivalry throughout the 70's-early 80's, often trading places atop Down Beat Magazine's annual Best Of poll. Although they are stylistically very different, there are many overlaps in their bodies of work, which makes for an interesting comparison/contrast.

    To hear alternating covers by Joe and Jim, please check out this playlist:

  • jim hall & pat metheny

    4:32

    song - waiting to dance

  • Dont Forget

    4:47

    Provided to YouTube by Nonesuch

    Don't Forget · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Pat Metheny

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  • Cold Spring

    6:30

    Provided to YouTube by Nonesuch

    Cold Spring (Live Recording) · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Jim Hall

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  • The Birds and the Bees

    5:09

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    The Birds and the Bees (Live Recording) · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Writer: Attila Zoller
    Arranger: Pat Metheny

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  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - Falling Grace

    4:38

    Jim y Pat haciendo este hermoso tema de Steve Swallow.

    Jim Hall: guitarra.
    Pat Metheny: guitarra.

    Año 1999.

  • Into the Dream

    3:07

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    Into the Dream · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger: Jim Hall
    Arranger, Writer: Pat Metheny

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  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - All The Things You Are

    6:59

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny (1999) - Track 2
    Jim Hall (guitar), Pat Metheny (guitar)

    Jim Hall rose to prominence in the early 60's, and was well regarded for his smooth tonal work and advanced harmonics. Jim Hall and Joe Pass had somewhat of a professional rivalry throughout the 70's-early 80's, often trading places atop Down Beat Magazine's annual Best Of poll. Although they are stylistically very different, there are many overlaps in their bodies of work, which makes for an interesting comparison/contrast.

    To hear alternating covers by Joe and Jim, please check out this playlist:

  • All the Things You Are

    7:00

    Provided to YouTube by Nonesuch

    All the Things You Are (Live Recording) · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Writer: Jerome Kern
    Arranger: Jim Hall
    Arranger: Pat Metheny

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  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - Lookin Up

    4:41

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny (1999) - 01 Lookin' Up

    Personnel: Jim Hall (electric guitar), Pat Metheny (electric guitar,acoustic guitar,fretless classical guitar,42-string guitar)

  • All Across the City

    7:33

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    All Across the City (Live Recording) · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Jim Hall

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  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - All The Things You Are

    7:01

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny (1999) - 02 All The Things You Are

    Personnel: Jim Hall (electric guitar), Pat Metheny (electric guitar,acoustic guitar,fretless classical guitar,42-string guitar)

  • Cold Spring

    6:29

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Cold Spring · Jim Hall

    Hallmarks: The Best Of Jim Hall (1971-2000)

    ℗ 2006 Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 2006-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Jim Hall

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  • The Birds and the Bees Pat Metheny/Jim Hall Transcription

    2:18

    Intro by Pat Metheny (0:00) & Solo by Jim Hall (1:08)

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  • Waiting to Dance

    4:38

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    Waiting to Dance · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Jim Hall
    Arranger: Pat Metheny

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  • Ballad Z

    4:35

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    Ballad Z · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger: Gil Goldstein
    Writer: Pat Metheny

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  • Falling Grace

    4:41

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    Falling Grace · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger: Jim Hall
    Arranger: Pat Metheny
    Writer: Steve Swallow

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  • Improvisation No. 4

    2:38

    Provided to YouTube by Nonesuch

    Improvisation No. 4 · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Jim Hall
    Arranger, Writer: Pat Metheny

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  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - Improvisation No.2

    1:12

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny (1988)
    / Improvisation No.2

  • Jim Hall: A Life In Progress

    59:03

    A Video Documentary -- Historic video clips plus footage shot live in the recording studio with Joe Lovano, Greg Osby, Tom Harrell, and Pat Metheny. Interviews include Chico Hamilton, Nat Hentoff, John Lewis, and John Snyder.

    Producer/Director Bruce Ricker; Writer/Interviewer Devra Hall; Editor David W. Mester. Originally released by Rhapsody Films, 1999.

  • Jim Hall and Pat Metheny

    11:49

  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - Into the Dream Studio Recording

    3:00

    Jim Hall [1930-2013]
    Partiu um dos mais importantes guitarristas da cena jazz, cujo estilo influenciou músicos como Bill Frisell e Pat Metheny, com quem gravou um álbum de originais em 1999, pleno de tons suaves.

    Durante a sua longa e aclamada carreira, Jim Hall colaborou com alguns dos monstros do jazz como Sonny Rollins, Ornette Coleman, Paul Desmond, Bill Evans, Jimmy Giuffre ou Ron Carter. Acompanhou ainda Ella Fitzgerald no início da década de sessenta.


    -uploaded in HD at

  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - The Birds And The Bees

    5:11

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny (1999) - 03 The Birds And The Bees

    Personnel: Jim Hall (electric guitar), Pat Metheny (electric guitar,acoustic guitar,fretless classical guitar,42-string guitar)

  • Pat Metheny and producer Brian Camelio discuss the Jim Hall Live! recording

    1:48

    This is an excerpt of an interview we did recently as part of the Jim Hall Live! fan funded project on ArtistShare. ArtistShare is releasing 3 hours of material from the now infamous Jim Hall Live! performances from 1975. See more at and

  • The Birds And The Bees Pat Metheny,Jim Hall

    4:55

  • JIM HALL All The Things You Are

    10:37

    Jim Hall (guitar)
    Geoffrey Keezer (piano)
    Steve Laspina (bass)
    Terry Clarke (drums)
    Jazz Baltica Germany 2005

  • The Pace Report: A Halls Tale The Jim Hall Interview wsg Julian Lage

    31:40

    There have been four guitarists that changed and defined the jazz medium for many generations to come. Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, Wes Montgomery, and Jim Hall. These musicians were some of the most important guitar architects that influenced how musicians played, thought, and conceived how the technique of instrument should be taken seriously.

    At 81 years young, Jim Hall continues to shine a light not only on his artistry, but continues to openly give his musical gift to music fans all over the world. Jim is celebrating this year by touring as well as releasing two new live recordings on the ArtistShare label. Jim Hall Live at Bourbon Street volumes 3 & 4 was recorded at the famed Bourbon Street club in Toronto, Canada featuring a trio that consisted of Terry Clarke and Don Thompson recorded in 1975.He also has a brand new recording featuring his quartet recorded at Birdland last year with Joey Baron, Greg Osby, and Steve Laspina.

    Born James Stanley Hall on December 4, 1930 in Buffalo, New York, Hall grew up in Cleveland, Ohio where he grew up in a a musical family. Jim's mother gave him a guitar for Christmas at 10 and from there he became instantly enthralled with the instrument. When he was 13 he heard the legendary Charlie Christian on record and inspired him to pursue the guitar professionally.

    Jim also played and studied the double bass and piano when he attended the Cleveland Institute of Music.

    Upon graduating school he moved to Los Angeles, California where he threw himself in the fast-paced music scene where he joined drummer Chico Hamilton's quintet.Throughout his 60 years as a musician and educator Jim has played and recorded with the likes of Lee Konitz, Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Evans, Sonny Rollins, Bob Brookmeyer, Ron Carter, Paul Desmond, Pat Metheny, Wayne Shorter, George Shearing, and Joe Lovano just to name a few.

    Jim continues to tour and shows no signs of slowing down. Currently he's about to embark on a summer and fall tour with his new quartet featuring guitarist Julian Lage, drummer Joey Baron, and bassist Scott Colley. For upcoming club and festival dates or to order Jim's latest live recordings please visit him online at jimhallmusic.com.

  • Lookin Up

    4:35

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    Lookin' Up · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Jim Hall
    Arranger: Pat Metheny

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  • Jim Hall on Autumn Leaves - Can it get any better?

    10:26

    To me Jim Hall is like the reluctant super hero of Jazz Guitar. In this video I am going to show you some of the ideas he uses on the song Autumn Leaves, both in terms of changing the chords, using poly rhythms and melodies. In my opinion this solo is an understated gold mine of musical ideas.

    The devices that Jim Hall are things that you can incorporate into your playing and use to re-interpret the harmony of songs while you are playing them or add more rhythmical variation to your solos. In that way this solo is a really clear take on how you can do a lot with a very simple and famous jazz standard.

    My other Jim Hall inspired lesson is here:

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  • Farmers Trust

    5:33

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    Farmer's Trust (Live Recording) · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger: Jim Hall
    Arranger, Writer: Pat Metheny

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  • Improvisation No. 3

    3:23

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    Improvisation No. 3 · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Jim Hall
    Arranger, Writer: Pat Metheny

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  • Improvisation No. 5

    2:10

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    Improvisation No. 5 · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Jim Hall
    Arranger, Writer: Pat Metheny

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  • Pat Metheny Jim Hall - The Birds&The Bees cover

    2:39

  • Improvisation No. 1

    1:06

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    Improvisation No. 1 · Jim Hall · Pat Metheny

    Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

    ℗ 1999 Metheny Group Productions under exclusive license to Nonesuch Records Inc.

    Produced by: Gil Goldstein
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Ashby
    Assistant Engineer: Jay Dudt
    Mixer, Recorded by: Jay Newland
    Electric Guitar: Jim Hall
    Classical Guitar: Pat Metheny
    12 String Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Acoustic Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Electric Guitar: Pat Metheny
    Produced by: Pat Metheny
    Assistant Engineer: Pete Karam
    Produced by: Steve Rodby
    Masterer: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound
    Arranger, Writer: Jim Hall
    Arranger, Writer: Pat Metheny

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  • Jim Hall - By Arrangement

    1:55

    Jim Hall - By Arrangement - 1998 (Recorded on January 12-14 and March 13, 1998)

    Jim Hall - Guitar
    Scott Colley - Bass
    Terry Clarke - Drums
    Pat Metheny - Guitar (Track 1)
    The New York Voices [unspecified] (2,8)
    Tom Harrell - Flugelhorn (3,5,7,9)
    Joe Lovano - Clarinet, Soprano Sax (4)
    Greg Osby - Alto Saxophone (8)

    Brass Section (Tracks 3,5,7,9):
    Jamie Finegan - Trumpet
    Lew Soloff - Trumpet
    Alex Brofsky - French Horn (Solo on Whisper Not, track 9)
    Jim Pugh - Conductor, Trombone (Solos on Ruby, My Dear & Whisper Not, tracks 3 & 9)
    Conrad Herwig - Trombone
    Marcus Rojas - Tuba (Solo on Ruby, My Dear, track 3)

    Strings Section (Tracks 1,4 and 6)
    Paul Hostetter - Conductor
    Violas - Louise Schulman (principal), Ronald Carbone, Stephanie Fricker, Maureen Gallagher, Ronald Lawrence, Ann Roggen.
    Cello - Myron Lutzke (principal), Rosalyn Clarke, Richard Locker, Eugene Moye, Maxine Neuman, Richard Sher.

    Track list
    00:00 Django (Composed by John Lewis)
    08:36 Waltz For Debby (Composed by Bill Evans; Lyrics by Gene Lees)
    13:41 Ruby, My Dear (Thelonious Monk)
    19:08 Goodbye (Gordon Jenkins)
    27:37 Art Song (Jim Hall)
    33:54 October Song (Jim Hall)
    40:37 Wendy (Paul Desmond)
    48:15 The Wind (Russ Freeman; Jerry Gladstone)

    I do not own the rights to this album, nor do I claim to. All rights go to whomever they belong to.

  • Jim Hall and Petrucciani live Beautiful Love

    7:31

    Again Super Jazz Masters live, someone had up load this before but then erase it
    Here a text book example of demonstrating meaning a style, comping technique, controlling dynamics

  • Jim Hall & Pat Metheny Into the dream

    2:57

    (La musica e le immagini appartengono a coloro che ne detengono i diritti. Pubblico questo video senza scopo di lucro.) - Jim Hall & Pat Metheny - Into the dream - immagini di Skasia

    Vorrei essere sempre per te, vita,
    come il fiore, che durante la notte
    dal sogno infinito di tesori
    delle sue foglie chiuse,
    dona, in un momento, aprendosi col giorno,
    tutta l'essenza del suo sogno!

    [Juan Ramon Jimenez]

  • Round Midnight - Jim Hall

    8:02

    Gravação rara do Jim Hall tocando o tema do Thelonious Monk.

    From the Album ' Jim Hall Live!' (1975)

  • Dont Forget

    5:01

    Don't Forget Jim Hall and Pat Metheny. DISCLAIMER: I do not own the song, no copyright infringement intended.

  • Jim Hall Trio - Stella by Starlight

    3:18

    Jim Hall Trio - Stella by Starlight (1957)

    Personnel: Jim Hall (guitar), Carl Perkins (piano), Red Mitchell (bass)

    from the album 'JAZZ GUITAR' (Pacific Jazz Records)

  • Pat Metheny & Ulf Wakenius - Angel Eyes

    7:57

    Check for best Pat Metheny videos.
    Pat Metheny - Guitar, Ulf Wakenius - Guitar - Angel Eyes
    recorded at: JazzBaltica,Salzau/Germany - July 06 [2003]

  • Farmers trust - Jim Hall Jim Hall & Pat Metheny cover

    3:16

    Brano del 1999 di Jim Hall Jim Hall & Pat Metheny

  • Jim Hall - My Funny Valentine

    12:06

    jim hall
    jazz guitar
    My funny valentine
    Bill Evans
    Wes Montgomery
    Pat Metheny

  • Ron Carter & Jim Hall - All The Things You Are

    5:55

    Ron Carter (b), Jim Hall (g)
    Album: Ron Carter and Jim Hall / Telepathy - Live at Village West
    Recorded:Live at Village West, New York City November 1982

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