Pat Metheny Group - American Garage album flac
|A1||(Cross The) Heartland||6:49|
- Recorded At – Long View Farm Studios
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Manufactured By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Distributed By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ECM Records GmbH
- Copyright (c) – ECM Records GmbH
- Published By – Pat-Meth Music
- Published By – Lyle Mays Music
- Bass – Mark Egan
- Composed By [All Compositions By] – Lyle Mays, Pat Metheny
- Design – Basil Pao
- Drums – Dan Gottlieb*
- Engineer – Kent Nebergall
- Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Jesse Henderson
- Executive-Producer – Manfred Eicher
- Guitar [6-string Guitar], Twelve-String Guitar [12-string Guitar] – Pat Metheny
- Mastered By – RL*
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Joel Meyerowitz
- Photography By [Photo] – Rob Van Petten
- Piano, Synthesizer [Oberheim], Autoharp, Organ – Lyle Mays
- Producer [Produced By] – Pat Metheny
NotesRecorded June 1979 at Longview Farm, No. Brookfield, Mass.
Special Thanks To Richard Niles
Tracks A1, A2, B1, B2: Published by Pat-Meth Music / Lyle Mays Music - BMI
Track A3: Published by Pat-Meth Music - BMI
©℗ 1979 ECM Records GmbH
Made in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A run-out area etched): ECM-1-1155-P1 RL
- Matrix / Runout (Side B run-out area etched): ECM-2-1155-P1 RL
- Matrix / Runout (Side A and B stamped, run-out area on both sides): Masterdisk
- Rights Society: BMI
|ECM 1155, 2301 155||Pat Metheny Group||American Garage (LP, Album)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 1155, 2301 155||Germany||1979|
|ECM 1155, 827 134-2||Pat Metheny Group||American Garage (CD, Album, RE, RP)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 1155, 827 134-2||Germany||Unknown|
|ECM 1155, 827 134-2||Pat Metheny Group||American Garage (CD, Album)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 1155, 827 134-2||US||Unknown|
|ECM-1-1155||Pat Metheny Group||American Garage (LP, Album)||ECM Records||ECM-1-1155||US||1979|
|EC 114||Pat Metheny Group||American Garage (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||ECHO||EC 114||Poland||Unknown|
Album · 1979 · 5 Songs. American Garage Pat Metheny Group.
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Composed By – Lyle Mays, Pat Metheny. Design – Basil Pao. Drums – Dan Gottlieb. Engineer – Kent Nebergall. Engineer – Jesse Henderson (2). Executive-Producer – Manfred Eicher. Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar – Pat Metheny. American Garage (CD, Album). ECM Records, ECM Records. American Garage (LP, Album).
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