Still Life (Talking) is an album by Pat Metheny Group, released in 1987 on Geffen Records. It was the group's first album to be released by the label. It features jazz fusion and crossover jazz, combining Brazilian jazz-influenced harmonies with jazz, folk and pop elements and, along with the previous First Circle and the following Letter from Home, is considered part of the so-called "Brazilian Trilogy".
1. "Minuano (Six Eight)" (Metheny, Lyle Mays) 9:28
2. "So May It Secretly Begin" 6:25
3. "Last Train Home" 5:41
4. "(It's Just) Talk" 6:17
5. "Third Wind" (Metheny, Mays) 8:37
6. "Distance" (Mays) 2:45
7. "In Her Family"
Pat Metheny - guitar, synth guitar, acoustic guitars, electric guitars
Lyle Mays - piano, keyboards
Steve Rodby - acoustic bass, electric bass
Paul Wertico - drums
Armando Marçal - percussion, background vocals
Mark Ledford, David Blamires - vocals