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The Road to You

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Title: The Road to You  
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Language: English
Subject: Zero Tolerance for Silence, Letter from Home, Pat Metheny, Day Trip (album), Orchestrion (album)
Collection: 1983 Live Albums, Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album, Pat Metheny Live Albums
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The Road to You

The Road To You
Live album by Pat Metheny Group
Released 1993
Genre Jazz fusion
Length 70:12
Producer Pat Metheny
Pat Metheny Group chronology
Letter from Home
The Road To You
We Live Here
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

The Road to You is the Pat Metheny Group's second live album, released in 1993, ten years after their first live release, Travels. All of the pieces were recorded live on a European tour in 1991. The songs were taken from the Bari, Pescara; Jesi and Naples, Italy; Marseilles, Paris; and Besançon, France shows, with the exception of the last track, which is a studio recording.
The CD packaging contains lengths for each song, but the times are very inaccurate. The album won a Grammy Award in 1994 for Best Contemporary Jazz Performance.[2]

Track listing

All songs written by Pat Metheny, except where noted.

  1. "Have You Heard" – 6:48
  2. "First Circle" (Metheny, Lyle Mays) – 9:03
  3. "The Road to You" – 5:45
  4. "Half Life of Absolution" (Metheny, Mays) – 15:19
  5. "Last Train Home" – 5:10
  6. "Better Days Ahead" – 5:12
  7. "Naked Moon" – 5:30
  8. "Beat 70" (Metheny, Mays) – 5:06
  9. "Letter From Home" – 2:33
  10. "Third Wind" (Metheny, Mays) – 9:50
  11. "Solo from 'More Travels'" – 3:40



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