Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette - Fictionary album download
|4||Lincoln Reviews His Notes||7:38|
|6||Something Left Unsaid||4:52|
|8||Where Are You From Today||5:32|
|11||On The Other Hand||5:04|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metheny Group Productions, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Geffen Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – BMG
- Recorded At – Power Station
- Mixed At – The Hit Factory
- Art Direction, Design – Janet Wolsborn
- Bass – Marc Johnson
- Composed By – Lyle Mays (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 11), Steve Swallow (tracks: 9)
- Drums – Jack DeJohnette
- Mixed By – Rob Eaton
- Photography By – Lendon Flanagan
- Piano – Lyle Mays
- Producer – Pat Metheny, Steve Rodby
- Recorded By – Matthew "Boomer" LaMonica
NotesRecorded April 23, 1992 at Power Station, NYC
Mixed December 7, 1992 at The Hit Factory, NYC
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: GED 24521 MPO :01 @@
- Barcode: 720642452127
- Label Code: LC 7266
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Distribution Code (F): BM650
|GEFD-24521||Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette||Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette - Fictionary (CD, Album)||Geffen Records||GEFD-24521||US||1993|
|GEFD-24521||Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette||Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette - Fictionary (CD, Album)||Geffen Records||GEFD-24521||Canada||1993|
|JPCD9812479||Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette||Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette - Fictionary (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Grammy||JPCD9812479||Russia||Unknown|
|GEC24521||Lyle Mays With Marc Johnson And Jack DeJohnette||Lyle Mays With Marc Johnson And Jack DeJohnette - Fictionary (Cass, Album)||Geffen Records||GEC24521||Germany||1993|
|GED24521||Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette||Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette - Fictionary (CD, Album)||Geffen Records||GED24521||Europe||1993|
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Lyle Mays and Street Dreams build on the content of the Pat Metheny Group, while Fictionary is a straight-ahead jazz trio session featuring fellow North Texan Marc Johnson on bass and Jack DeJohnette on drums The Steppenwolf Theater Company of Chicago featured an assortment of compositions by Lyle Mays and Pat Metheny for their production of Lyle Kessler's play Orphans.
Bass – Marc Johnson Drums – Jack DeJohnette Piano – Lyle Mays. Geffen Records – GEFD-24521 (US). Recorded April 23, 1992 at Power Station, NYC. Thanks to snobb, js for the updates. Lyle Mays with Marc Johnson and Jack DeJohnette : Fictionary Contents.
lyle mays with marc johnson and jack dejohnette - fictionary (1993) /08 - Where Are You from Today. lyle mays with marc johnson and jack dejohnette - fictionary (1993) /09 - Falling Grace. lyle mays with marc johnson and jack dejohnette - fictionary (1993) /10 - Trio - 1. 5. lyle mays with marc johnson and jack dejohnette - fictionary (1993) /11 - On the Other Hand. lyle mays with marc johnson and jack dejohnette - fictionary (1993) /artwork/ - . 0.
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1986: Lyle Mays (Geffen). 1993: Fictionary (Geffen), trio with Jack DeJohnette. 2015: The Ludwigsburg Concert (), quartet with Bob Sheppard and Mark Walker. 2004: Air, Love & Vitamins (Quinton), trio including Brian Blade. 2001 Real Book Stories (with Marc Johnson and Brian Blade). With Enrico Pieranunzi. 1984: New Lands (Timeless Records), Trio including Joey Baron.
Pianist/composer Lyle Mays was born with perfect pitch in a tiny rural hamlet of Wisconsin. Had it not been for his family's strong affinity for music, Mays may have had little exposure in that environment. Mays wrote, or co-wrote, with Metheny, almost all of the original Pat Metheny Group catalog from their second ECM release, Watercolors (which included Eberhard Weber) through The Way Up (Nonesuch, 2005). The Ludwigsburg Concert is Mays' first appearance on record since 2005 and his first as a leader since 2000 . Like a microcosm of the entire album, the twenty-four minute "Fictionary" does indeed open like a Keith Jarrett tune. Mays' opening solo (almost the length of the original studio track) is a thing of nuanced beauty, leading up to Shepard's saxophone, kicking up the tempo.
Temes que sonen al programa: "Bill Evans" (de l'àlbum "Fictionary", 1993) Lyle Mays, piano; Jack DeJohnette, bateria; Marc Johnson, contrabaix. September Fifteenth: dedicated to Bill Evans"(de l'àlbum As Falls Wichita, so Falls Vichita Falls, ECM 1981) Lyle Mays, piano; Pat Metheny, guitarra. Time after time" (de l'àlbum It's Hard", 2016) The Bad Plus: Ethan Iverson, piano; Reid Anderson, contrabaix; David King, bateria