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Question and Answer (album)

Question and Answer
Studio album by Pat Metheny, Dave Holland, Roy Haynes
Released 1990
Recorded 21 December 1989
Genre Jazz
Length 62:36
Label Geffen
Producer Gil Goldstein, Pat Metheny, David Oakes
Pat Metheny chronology
Letter from Home
(1989)
Question and Answer
(1989)
Works
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Question and Answer is a 1989 music album release by modern jazz artists Pat Metheny, Dave Holland and Roy Haynes.[1]

Track listing

All music composed by Pat Metheny, except where noted.
No. Title Length
1. "Solar" (by Davis) 8:27
2. "Question and Answer"   7:07
3. "H&H"   6:51
4. "Never Too Far Away"   5:52
5. "Law Years" (by Coleman) 6:51
6. "Change of Heart"   6:14
7. "All the Things You Are" (by Kern & Hammerstein) 8:26
8. "Old Folks" (by Hill & Robison) 6:38
9. "Three Flights Up"   6:10

Personnel

Billboard album charts

Chart Peak Year
The Billboard 200 154 1990
Top Jazz Albums 3 1990

Grammy awards

Song Category
Change of Heart Best Instrumental Composition (other than Jazz)

References

  1. ^ a b McDonald, Steven (2011). "Question and Answer - Pat Metheny | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 19 July 2011. 

External links

  • Allmusic album main page
  • MP3.com album main page


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