Cathedral In A Suitcase is good, thank you, for that. I saw the Secret Story Tour in Seattle, Portland and Vancouver. I 'm grateful the Pat Metheny Group breaks up most their albums in 7 to 12 terrific tracks and still manage to present them as one cohesive whole. For a number of years I feel I'd be betraying my best interest by singling out certain songs, all Pat Metheny Group tunes give me goosebumps. In the Spirit of the Times. Yes? Some of the Greatest Original Music I know and will always appreciate. Peace out, Leif and Miss Vicki. Awesome. If you're ever up this way, be sure to say hi, I'm always the first and last to arrive and leave one of the group's shows. Watching Pat Metheny perform the Secret Story Tour was a opportunity to witness a real major work in the process. I can't get enough of Secret Story, I just bought the 2 CD Special Edition this summer, I'd listen to it all day long cleaning school tables, the extra tracks are like candy sprinkles on a ice cream cone. Sweet. All the tracks hold a special place in my heart. What a nice question to ask, Miss Vicki. Way!
I was quite young when in my cable tv there was a channel that sold CDs. In those days you didn't have Itunes, so people bought CDs. I heard the song "Last train home". I was enchanted. It was so soothing and harmonic. The melody got stuck in my head. I just had to get it. Doing some research I found that that song was from a guy named Metheny. That was it. Since then a big fan. Despite having listened many songs, it's still number one. When I feel stressed or down I just put Last train home and the blues starts to fade. I have heard there is a "similar" song from Pat: San Lorenzo. But so far I haven't heard it yet. What do you think guys? Have you heard San Lorenzo? Is it comparable or just two different kind of songs?