Watch: Pat Metheny Releases "America Undefined" Video

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Pat Metheny has released a video for "America Undefined," the opening track to his critically acclaimed album From This Place, which you can watch here. The new video, by Robert Edridge-Waks, follows a video for the album's title track, released earlier this week.

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Pat Metheny has released a video for "America Undefined," the opening track to his critically acclaimed album From This Place, released earlier this year on Nonesuch Records. You can watch the new video, by Robert Edridge-Waks, here:

The "America Undefined" video follows a video by Edridge-Waks for the album's title track, released earlier this week, which you can watch again here:

On From This Place, Pat Metheny is joined by drummer Antonio Sanchez, bassist Linda May Han Oh, pianist Gwilym Simcock, the Hollywood Studio Symphony led by Joel McNeely, and special guests Meshell Ndegeocello, Gregoire Maret on harmonica, and Luis Conte on percussion. "This is extraordinary music," says Stereogum. “His most audacious album yet," exclaims Mojo, "a breathtakingly immersive experience that affirms Metheny as a consummate musical storyteller. A transcendent album, From This Place is possibly the Missouri fretboard maestro’s most impressive opus yet.”

You can pick up a copy of From This Place and hear it here.

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  • Friday, October 30, 2020
    Watch: Pat Metheny Releases "America Undefined" Video

    Pat Metheny has released a video for "America Undefined," the opening track to his critically acclaimed album From This Place, released earlier this year on Nonesuch Records. You can watch the new video, by Robert Edridge-Waks, here:

    The "America Undefined" video follows a video by Edridge-Waks for the album's title track, released earlier this week, which you can watch again here:

    On From This Place, Pat Metheny is joined by drummer Antonio Sanchez, bassist Linda May Han Oh, pianist Gwilym Simcock, the Hollywood Studio Symphony led by Joel McNeely, and special guests Meshell Ndegeocello, Gregoire Maret on harmonica, and Luis Conte on percussion. "This is extraordinary music," says Stereogum. “His most audacious album yet," exclaims Mojo, "a breathtakingly immersive experience that affirms Metheny as a consummate musical storyteller. A transcendent album, From This Place is possibly the Missouri fretboard maestro’s most impressive opus yet.”

    You can pick up a copy of From This Place and hear it here.

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