5. Pat Metheny – Into The Dream

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Pat Metheny – Into The Dream

Pat Metheny at the North Sea Jazz Festival in 1999. He plays a 42-string Pikasso guitar.

Do you Listen to Micheal Hedges-Acoustics? I am a Fan of Micheal Hedges. He is also a vocalist in some of his acoustic artistry, but I enjoy most His solo acoustics .”Rickovers Dream”, Beach Dreams ect.what is your overall thought about his work,and what other fav’s of your’s comes within this realm.I;m a enthusist within solo guitarists.Hi there bedros,,yes, you are correct with Micheal’s passing in 1997. He named his own compositions”Heavy Mental”, “New Edge” and “Acoustic Thrash.Thank you for recommending Steve Howe, (Yes) and Pat Metheny. I will check them out. Will get back to you.

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Back in the early eighty’s I was listening to a rock station in Pittsburgh PA, they where advertising for the Windham Hill Summer Concert Tour. I’ve never heard of Windham HillI, and I suspect the people at the radio station hadn’t either. They probably played the commercial because the promoter of the show mostly promoted rock concerts and advertised on that station. I heard a guitar sound in the commercial that really attracted my attention, and upon that fact alone did I purchase a ticket. It was at the show I discovered who played the awesome guitar work I heard in the commercial; Michael Hedges. Among his own compositions he did an awesome cover of Neil Young’s After The Goldrush where a fretless bass plays the lead. It was one of the few songs where Michael played with another musician.

Hi there.I like what I have heard by Michael Hedges. I forgot about his vocals. but now I remember his version of “All along the Watchtower”. I like. Someone once nicknamed his work “Heavy Mental”. I really like his acoustic stuff devoid of vocal: the guitar just sort of sings the song. I think he passed away.. if I remember correctly.Did you ever hear Pat Metheny’s acoustic music? I’m not into his early stuff (jazz/fusion. but I like the acoustic work. much more melodic.If you like Michael, you may like Steve Howe’s (guitarist for Yes) solo stuff (no vocals for the most part). He may be my favorite in recent years.I like your taste. I need to check out Van still.bedros

what’s the name of Pat Metheny song played on weird looking guitar with strings going in all directions? first song he played on the austin city limits episode 7 years ago??
I think you’re thinking of “Into the Dream”, which features Metheny’s incredible 42-string, three neck Pikasso guitar. He also plays the guitar on a few other albums, but that’s his most famous song with it.Here’s a clip of him playing the song live:youtube.com/watch?v=3XYkcNmdQu0Hope this helps!

Best summer driving songs? Summer is on it’s way and I need to make a great CD for drivin! What should I put on it? Nothing slow!
Summertime–DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh princeAre you gonna go my Way?–Lenny KravitzSoak up the Sun–Sheryl CrowSo Fresh & So Clean–Outkast

Sublime – SanteriaThe Beach Boys – KokomoBob Marley – I Can See Clearly NowNikka Costa – Everybody Got Their SomethingRed Hot Chili Peppers – Dani CaliforniaAce of Base – Cruel SummerLenny Kravitz – If I Could Fall In Love With You30 Seconds To Mars – The KillAll American Rejects – Why WorryBrian Adams – Summer of 69Jefferson Starship – We Built This City On Rock and RollJimmy Buffet – MargaritavillePhantom Planet – CaliforniaShaggy – Sexual HealingYellowcard – BelieveI love songs that remind me of summer .. if you like these and want some more ideas ill go through my playlist for you .. just send me and email .. have fun!

Try this:Are You Gonna Go My Way – Lenny Kravitz”409″ Beach Boys “No Particular Place to Go” Chuck Berry “Born to Be Wild” Steppenwolf “Crosstown Traffic” Jimi Hendrix “American Pie” Don McLean “Born to Run” Bruce Springsteen “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” Meatloaf “Highway to Hell” AC/DC “On the Road Again” Willie Nelson “I Can’t Drive 55” Sammy Hagar “Maybellene” Chuck Berry “40 Miles of Bad Road” Duane Eddy “Hit the Road, Jack” Ray Charles “Wheels” String Alongs “Stick Shift” The Duals “The Wanderer” Dion “Ramblin’ Rose” Nat King Cole “Route 66” Nat King Cole “Detroit City” Bobby Bare “500 Miles” Bobby Bare “Let’s Go Trippin'” Dick Dale “Little Deuce Coupe” Beach Boys “Six Days on the Road” Dave Dudley “Dead Man’s Curve” Jan and Dean “Little GTO” Ronny and the Daytonas “Little Honda” The Hondells “King of the Road” Roger Miller “Mustang Sally” Wilson Pickett “America” Simon and Garfunkel “I Can See for Miles” The Who “Crossroads” Cream “Hitchin’ a Ride” Vanity Fair “Roadhouse Blues” Doors “Truckin'” Grateful Dead “Goin Up Around the Bend” Creedence Clearwater Revival “Country Roads (Take Me Home)” John Denver “Take It Easy” The Eagles “Ventura Highway” America “Hot Rod Lincoln” Commander Cody “Ramblin’ Man” Allman Brothers “Keep on Truckin'” Eddie Kendricks “Carefree Highway” Gordon Lightfoot “Convoy” C.W. McCall “Life in the Fast Lane” Eagles “Barracuda” Heart “Cars” Gary Numan “Drivin’ My Life Away” Eddie Rabbit “Cruisin'” Smokey Robinson “Drive” Cars “Pink Cadillac” Bruce Springsteen Golden Earring – Radar Love Stealers Wheel – Stuck In the Middle With You The Cars – Let’s Go Derek and the Dominos – Layla John Mellencamp – Authority Song Wall Of Voodoo – Mexican Radio Billy Ocean – Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car Beatles – Drive My Car Beach Boys – Little Deuce Coupe Eagles – Take It Easy Chuck Berry, “No Particular Place to Go” George Thorogood, “You Can’t Catch Me” J. Geils Band, “Hard Drivin Man” Little Feat, “Willin'” Creedence Clearwater Revival , “Travelin’ Band” Steppenwolf , “Born to Be Wild” David Lindley, “Mercury Blues” Eagles, “Take It Easy” Dave Dudley, “6 Days on the Road” Lowell George, “Two Trains Running” The Band, “The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down” The Meters, “Ride Your Pony” Wilson Pickett, “99 1/2” REM, “Driver 8” Royal Crescent Mob, “Walking Down the Street” Was (not Was), “Elvis’ Rolls Royce” WAR, “Low Rider” James Brown, 20 All Time Hits Ry Cooder & Ali Farka Toure, Talking Timbuktu Charlie Parker, The Savoy Sessions Charles Mingus, Blues & Roots Pat Metheny, Still Life (Talking) Neil Young, Rust Never Sleeps Steely Dan, Aja U2, War The Police, Synchronicity Anything by The Grateful DeadSonny Boy Williamson, “Bring It on Home” Robert Johnson, “Terraplane Blues” The Sonics, “Boss Hoss” Eddie Cochran, “Summertime Blues” and “Somethin’ Else” Alice Cooper, “School’s Out” Golden Earring, “Radar Love” Canned Heat, “On the Road Again” Bob Dylan, “Highway 61 Revisited” Bobby Sykes, “Diesel Smoke and Dangerous Curves” Big Star, “Big Black Car”

1. Beach Boys – Kokomo2. Beach Boys – Good Vibrations3. The Beatles – Good Day Sunshine4. Ben Harper – Steal My Kisses5. Ben Harper – Diamonds on the Inside6. Bob Marley – Jammin’7. Bob Marley – Redemption Song8. The Cars – Magic9. Corrine Bailey Rae – Put Your Records On10. Jack Johnson – Better Together11. Jack Johnson – Banana Pancakes12. Jack Johnson – Sitting, Waiting, Wishing13. John Mayer – No Such Thing14. Justin Timberlake – Summer Love15. King Harvest – Dancing in the Moonlight16. Lovin Spoonful – Summer in the City17. Regina Spektor – Fidelity18. Regina Spektor – On The Radio19. Simon & Garfunkel – Cecila20. The Sundays – Summertime21. Tom Petty – Mary Jane’s Last Dance22. Tom Petty – Don’t Do Me Like That23. Tom Petty – Yer So Bad24. Van Morrison – Brown Eyed Girl25. Van Morrison – Moondance26. The Zombies – Time of the Season27. The Doors – Light My Fire28. The Doors – Twentieth Century Fox29. Don Henley – Boys of the Summer30. India Arie – Video