Jan Akkerman - Heartware FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Blues
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Jan Akkerman (born 24 December 1946) is a Dutch guitarist. He first found international commercial success with the band Focus, which he co-founded with Thijs van Leer. After leaving Focus, he continued as a solo musician, adding jazz fusion influences. The son of a scrap iron trader, Akkerman was born in Amsterdam.
Composed By – Jan Akkerman. 5. Winterborn, Lyric. Composed By – Jan Akkerman. All tracks digitally remastered by Jan Akkerman. Post Production by Russell Pay at CD Clinic Made in England by Hux Records. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
Recorded during the Summer of 1986 through 1987, May (Long Hot Summer) at the 'Commodore' Studio, Zelhem (Eastside Holland).
Jan Akkerman, Heartware. by Jan Akkerman - 15 Tracks - 1:02:09. Release date 03/23/1998.
Jan Akkerman first picked up a guitar aged 5. Legend has it that he played accordian aged 3, and was entirely self-taught on the guitar, but in actual fact he took classical guitar lessons, studied at Amsterdam Music Lyceum for 5 years and won a scholarship. His father was a guitarist, and his mother played the accordian. The eponymous album by Jan Akkerman might have meant that there is a new step in his musical career after leaving Focus and/or a shift in the music. Regardless of any of this assumptions are correct, this output has a special and esteemed position in Jan's catalogue. His guitar playing is sometimes ornate, sometimes subtle and less aggressive than in the past but tasty at all times - jazz-rock and even fusion soundscapes have taken the lead here.
Lost & Found, 07:12.
Jan Akkerman 1987 Heartware. 01. My pleasure 02. Just because, so 03. Lost and found 04. Heartware 05. Winterborn lyric 06. Lonely street of dreams 07. Firenze. Jan Akkerman, Guitars, Bass, Synths, MIDI interfaces including Roland - Ton Dijkman, Drums - Michael Peet, Bass. It was sold during the 1988 German-tour and has a limit of only 1000 copies. I don't own that special version, but it exists. No record company was willing to release Heartware, so he had to release it by himself.
Profile is an album by Dutch jazz guitarist Jan Akkerman. Fresh Air" (Akkerman) – 19:55. b) Wrestling to Get Out. (c) Back Again. e) Fresh Air – Blue Notes for Listening. f) Water and Skies Are Telling Me. (g) Happy Gabriel? "Kemp's Jig" (anonymous) – 1:34. Etude" (Matteo Carcassi) – 1:33. Blue Boy" (Akkerman) – 2:26. Andante Sostenuto" (Anton Diabelli) – 4:09. Maybe Just a Dream" (Akkerman) – 2:35. Minstrel/Farmers Dance" (Akkerman) – 1:46.
2. Just Because, So ! Jan Akkerman. 6. 7. Lonely Street of Dreams.
|Just Because, So!||5:01|
|Lost & Found||7:01|
|Lonely Street Of Dreams||5:50|
|JA LP 007||Jan Akkerman||Heartware (LP)||Skydancer Records||JA LP 007||Netherlands||1987|
|JA CD 007||Jan Akkerman||Heartware (CD, Album)||Skydancer Records||JA CD 007||Germany||1987|
|CDP-1057-DD||Jan Akkerman||Heartware (CD, Album, RE)||Pseudonym||CDP-1057-DD||1998|
|HUX 016||Jan Akkerman||Heartware (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Hux Records||HUX 016||UK||1998|
|JA CD 008||Jan Akkerman||Heartware (CD, Album)||Skydancer Records||JA CD 008||Netherlands||Unknown|