The Early Years - Студийный альбом от Jan Hammer. В альбом вошло 10 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 47:59. Jan Hammer - Nothing But Love (Beyond The Mind's Eye). Neal Schon & Jan Hammer - I'm Talking To You (1981) (Music Video) WIDESCREEN 720p.
The discography of Czech-American musician Jan Hammer consists of 25 albums with Hammer as the lead artist, as well as several singles and a large number of collaborations with jazz and rock musicians, such as John McLaughlin, Jeff Beck, Al Di Meola, Mick Jagger, Carlos Santana, Stanley Clarke, Tommy Bolin, Neal Schon, Steve Lukather, and Elvin Jones among many others.
1974, 1975, 1976, 1986 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. ℗ 1977 Nemperor Records Inc. Made in Austria. Released in early 1990s, probably in 1992.
Jan Hammer (Czech pronunciation: ) (born 17 April 1948, in Prague, then Czechoslovakia, today the Czech Republic) is a Czech composer, pianist and keyboardist. He first gained his most visible audience while playing keyboards with the Mahavishnu Orchestra in the early 1970s, as well as his film scores for television and film including "Miami Vice Theme" and "Crockett's Theme", from the popular 1980s program, Miami Vice. He has continued to work as both a musical performer and producer, expanding to producing film later in his career.
The official Jan Hammer site features MP3s, videos, photos, a Jan Hammer gift shop plus Miami Vice, the Mahavishnu Orchestra and more. For best results when listening to album samples please make sure the sitewide music player (bottom of the page) is not playing. The Jan Hammer Trio Maliny Maliny (aka Make Love) (1968) MPS. Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer Like Children (1974) Nemperor, Sony. Jan Hammer The First Seven Days (1975) Nemperor, Sony. Jan Hammer Group Oh Yeah? (1976) Nemperor, Sony.
Jan Hammer (Czech pronunciation: ) (born 17 April 1948) is a Czech-born American musician, composer and record producer. Hammer began playing the piano at the age of four and his formal instruction started two years later. He aspired to follow his father into medicine until a family friend convinced him to develop his musical talents instead.
Oh Yeah? is an album recorded by jazz fusion musician Jan Hammer in 1976. Magical Dog" - (Hammer) (6:43). One to One" - (Hammer, Tony Smith) (3:32). Evolove" - (Rick Laird) (4:45). Oh, Yeah?" - (Hammer, Fernando Saunders) (4:31). Bambu Forest" - (Hammer, David Earle Johnson) (5:25). Twenty One" - (Jerry Goodman, Hammer) (5:06). Let the Children Grow" - (Hammer, Tony Smith) (4:50). Red and Orange" - (Hammer) (6:43). Jerry Goodman - Composer.
|A1||The Seventh Day|
|A2||Plants And Trees|
|A4||Oceans And Continents|
|B4||I Remember Me|
|471971 2, EPC 471971 2||Jan Hammer||The Early Years (CD, Comp, RP)||Epic, Epic||471971 2, EPC 471971 2||Europe||Unknown|
|EPC 460206 1||Jan Hammer||The Early Years (LP, Comp)||Epic||EPC 460206 1||Netherlands||1986|
|ZK 40382||Jan Hammer||The Early Years (CD, Comp)||Nemperor Records||ZK 40382||US||1986|
|Z 40382||Jan Hammer||The Early Years (LP, Comp)||Nemperor Records||Z 40382||US||1986|
|EPC 460206 2||Jan Hammer||The Early Years (CD, Comp, RE)||Epic||EPC 460206 2||Europe||1986|