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Album: Reunion
# Song Title   Time
1)    Autumn More Info...
2)    Reunion More Info...
3)    Origin More Info...
4)    Will You Say You Will More Info...
5)    House On The Hill More Info...
6)    Panama More Info...
7)    Chairs And Children More Info...
8)    Wasn't Always Easy More Info...
9)    The Chief More Info...
10)    Tiempos Felice (Happy Times) More Info...
11)    Quick And Running More Info...
 

Album: Reunion
# Song Title   Time
1)    Autumn More Info...
2)    Reunion More Info...
3)    Origin More Info...
4)    Will You Say You Will More Info...
5)    House On The Hill More Info...
6)    Panama More Info...
7)    Chairs And Children More Info...
8)    Wasn't Always Easy More Info...
9)    The Chief More Info...
10)    Tiempos Felice (Happy Times) More Info...
11)    Quick And Running More Info...
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Gary Burton (vibraphone); Mitchel Forman (piano, keyboards); Pat Metheny (guitar); Will Lee (bass); Peter Erskine (drums, percussion).
  • Recorded at Power Station Studio "A", New York, New York from May 6-10, 1989. Includes liner notes by Neil Tesser.
  • Personnel: Gary Burton (vibraphone, marimba); Pat Metheny (guitar); Will Lee (electric guitar, electric bass); Mitchel Forman (piano, keyboards); Peter Erskine (drums, percussion).
  • Audio Mixer: Rob Eaton.
  • Liner Note Author: Neil Tesser.
  • Recording information: Power Station, Studio A, New York, NY (05/06/1989-05/10/1989).
  • Editors: Gary Burton ; Michael Landy.
  • Photographer: Gildas Boll.
  • Guitarist Pat Metheny was a member of the Gary Burton Quartet/Quintet during 1974-1976. In 1989, after becoming a major star, he had a reunion with the vibraphonist that resulted in this excellent project. Performing laid-back and often introspective pieces by Polo Ortin, Vince Mendoza, Paul Meyers, keyboardist Mitchel Forman, and Metheny, the two principals swing lightly in a quintet with Forman, bassist Will Lee, and drummer Peter Erskine. Although Burton had to adjust himself a little due to his former sideman's prominence, the combination of vibes and guitar works quite well. The individual songs are not all that memorable but the group sound is quite attractive and Burton sounds inspired by Metheny. ~ Scott Yanow
Professional Reviews
Q - 3 Stars - Good - "..A most enjoyable session, but a hardly radical one."
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