In 1998 during the Pat Metheny Group’s Imaginary Day tour, we caught up with Lyle Mays and asked him a handful of questions. Lyle was always a down to earth person willing to talk and on this Q&A, he shares in some personal insights about his musical make up.
Wayne Shorter’s “El Gaucho” from Adam’s Adam on Blue Note Records. Wayne’s compositions are brilliant. Herbie Hancock, Reggie Workman and the great drumming of Joe Chambers. Still sounds fresh and relevant. #putalittlejazzinyourlife
Earlier this week Joni Mitchell celebrated her 68th birthday. And although she is not officially considered a jazz artist in the traditional sense it is no secret that she loves the music and has always incorporated a variety of aspects of it in her work…