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    Pat Metheny, Brad Mehldau Albums Newly Available As HD Digital Albums

    Two acclaimed Nonesuch albums are newly available as 96kHz/24bit HD digital downloads in the Nonesuch Store: Pat Metheny & Brad Mehldau's 2006 eponymous duo album and Metheny's 2011 solo album What's It All About.

    Metheny Mehldau, which captures a 2005 studio encounter between Mehldau and Metheny, "represents a triumph of risk-taking," said the Philadelphia Inquirer. "No ego, no competition," declares the BBC. "Just a sublime understanding of each other's skills that produced one of the albums of the year."

    What's It All About, Pat Metheny's sequel to his Grammy Award–winning first solo baritone-guitar effort, One Quiet Night, features classic tunes from songwriters like Paul Simon, Lennon & McCartney, Burt Bacharach, and Henry Mancini. The Boston Herald says: "Metheny’s thoughtful, loving approach elevates every tune he tackles to a realm of beauty."

    Download them both today in the HD Digital section of the Nonesuch Store.

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Two acclaimed Nonesuch albums are newly available as 96kHz/24bit HD digital downloads in the Nonesuch Store: Pat Metheny & Brad Mehldau's 2006 eponymous duo album ("sublime," BBC) and Metheny's 2011 solo album What's It All About ("a realm of beauty," Boston Herald).

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Two acclaimed Nonesuch albums are newly available as 96kHz/24bit HD digital downloads in the Nonesuch Store: Pat Metheny & Brad Mehldau's 2006 eponymous duo album and Metheny's 2011 solo album What's It All About.

Metheny Mehldau, which captures a 2005 studio encounter between Mehldau and Metheny, "represents a triumph of risk-taking," said the Philadelphia Inquirer. "No ego, no competition," declares the BBC. "Just a sublime understanding of each other's skills that produced one of the albums of the year."

What's It All About, Pat Metheny's sequel to his Grammy Award–winning first solo baritone-guitar effort, One Quiet Night, features classic tunes from songwriters like Paul Simon, Lennon & McCartney, Burt Bacharach, and Henry Mancini. The Boston Herald says: "Metheny’s thoughtful, loving approach elevates every tune he tackles to a realm of beauty."

Download them both today in the HD Digital section of the Nonesuch Store.

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