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Also filed under:   Lyle Mays Quartet
Member of:   Pat Metheny Group
Genres:   Jazz & Rock
Subgenres:   Adult Alternative & Ambient & Bop & Contemporary Instrumental & Contemporary Jazz & Crossover Jazz & Fusion & Hard Bop & Improvisation & Jazz Instrument & Jazz-Pop & Modern Creative & Piano Jazz & Post-Bop & Smooth Jazz
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AS FALLS WICHITA, SO FALLS WICHITA FALLS      1981   find on Spotify
by Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays
LYLE MAYS      1986   find on Spotify
by Lyle Mays
STREET DREAMS      1988   find on Spotify
by Lyle Mays
FICTIONARY      1993   find on Spotify
by Lyle Mays & Marc Johnson & Jack DeJohnette
SOLO: IMPROVISATIONS FOR EXPANDED PIANO      2000   find on Spotify
by Lyle Mays
L THE LUDWIGSBURG CONCERT      2016   find on Spotify
by Lyle Mays Quartet
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L = live album

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