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patsfan
Nov 05 2014
at 7:16 PM
I’ve always looked for that shirt in catalogues, malls etc , you name it, never found one like it !
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yossarian
Nov 17 2014
at 4:31 PM
Bookmark and Share I recall Pat saying he only wears the stripe shirt each night so he doesn’t have to think about what to wear on stage - but we all know it goes deeper than that. You see that striped shirt enter the auditorium, you hear the first chord and you know for the next 3 hours the Earth’s rotation will be perfect, conflict and anxiety will evaporate and you will be transported to that astonishing place where you were when you first saw that shirt and heard that chord.
patsfan
Nov 13 2014
at 7:46 PM
Bookmark and Share Well, I’m not going to shell out $130 for a a Sacks Rugger Breton shirt, but then I found the perfect item.... A Russian Airborne ’ Telnyashka’ shirt, extremely popular in the Russian military currently .. $26 on Amazon. Cool, almost identical !
toneman
Nov 12 2014
at 6:42 AM
Bookmark and Share Striped shirt was on display last night in Burlington. Ben had one too - discreetly under a cardigan.
naut
Nov 11 2014
at 4:26 PM
Bookmark and Share Nobody remembers that fancy shirt with the goldshoulders? I was hoping someone would say, "Yeah, it’s a gucci-calvin-klein-llbean-walmart special, and I’ve got a picture of it!"
blisterfree
Nov 10 2014
at 9:38 PM
Bookmark and Share There’s a certain irony in the fact that Pat has never, to my knowledge, released a song or album whose title contained the word "Horizon." We have "Travels," "Beyond the Missouri Sky," and "Cross the Heartland" but the only explicit references to where we’re going lies in the horizon stripes of the iconic shirt itself. See, it all makes perfect sense now. The outfit complements and completes the musical message. If this was all just by complete accident, then it’s sure been a happy accident indeed.
patsfan
Nov 09 2014
at 6:24 PM
Bookmark and Share Hman. ....... Really , r u sagging lately.?? ::)). Anyways, vertical stripes not cool,...... you’d never , never see Pat in vertical stripes !
patsfan
Nov 09 2014
at 6:21 PM
Bookmark and Share Naut. .... Very cool, it really is a Naut-ical shirt, I can see it now as I’m rounding the buoy and tacking south, wind blown hair and Pat shirt. ... That’s me, maybe you??
hman01
Nov 09 2014
at 1:46 PM
Bookmark and Share Would they have a shirt with the same type of stripes as Pat,but in a vertical formation for us gravitationally challenged folks?
naut
Nov 09 2014
at 7:49 AM
Bookmark and Share Did somebody say "naut"-ical?
patsfan
Nov 08 2014
at 8:48 PM
Bookmark and Share Blisterfree, right on, you located it ! The original Breton French Navy stripe design was the classic Pat shirt. Thanks. Description :::Gant Rugger Breton. You don’t have to be Pablo Picasso or a fisherman to look good in a Breton shirt. A timeless option with that casual charm. This classic shirt first appeared in the French navy but later developed into a true icon garment. Pablo Picasso, James Dean and Pat Metheny are some personalities caught on picture wearing it. Gant Rugger‘s take on the classical nautical styling with some great attention to detail. This premium lightweight cotton sweater is ideal for transitional weather. A recreation of a vintage breton stripe knit, classically styled and expertly finished in a loose knit cotton. Ribbed collar, cuffs and hem. On sale over at Saks Fifth Avenue.
blisterfree
Nov 07 2014
at 9:14 PM
Bookmark and Share Sorry, that link doesn’t copy quite right, but you can remove the space in the URL to see what the clothing company claims is an actual Pat Shirt.
naut
Nov 07 2014
at 6:06 PM
Bookmark and Share Did any of you folks see the shirt that Pat wore long, long ago on one of the late night shows--probably Letterman? It was longsleeve and had some gold-yellowish shoulder material; kind of fancy but cool-looking at the same time. That was the only time I recall his wearing it. Anyway, I hope you find "the classic" of your own, patsfan. / And Happy Birthday, Joni!
blisterfree
Nov 07 2014
at 1:43 AM
Bookmark and Share http://fashionstealer.com/gant- rugger-breton-saks-fifth-avenue-sale/
lorenantolik
Nov 06 2014
at 6:51 PM
Bookmark and Share he should sell one in the store - the official Pat Metheny striped shirt!
blisterfree
Nov 06 2014
at 1:06 AM
Bookmark and Share Just Googled ’striped shirt.’ Turns out the signature Pat tee is starting to catch on, so says the internet of things. Myself, more partial to ideas. The shirts merely indicate a mind prepossessed by more expansive matters. Therein lies their true mystique.
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