Abercrombie, John

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Abercrombie, John - Abercrombie, Johnson, Erskine Abercrombie, Johnson, Erskine
Jazz New - LP 1164 (2301 164) ECM
Sealed 1979 German Original Featuring John Abercrombie, Richard Beirach, George Mraz And Peter Donald.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Arcade Arcade
Jazz Used - LP 1133 ECM
1979 Original Featuring Richie Beirach, George Mraz And Peter Donald. Unplayed Copy With Silver Promo Stamp On Jacket.... more details
 
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Jazz New - LP 1411 ECM
Sealed And Hard To Find 1990 German Vinyl, Small COH.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Current Events Current Events
Jazz Used - LP ECM 1311 ECM
1986 Original Featuring Marc Johnson And Peter Erskine. Pressed On Quiex Virgin Vinyl. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Abercrombie Quartet Abercrombie Quartet
Jazz New - LP 1164 ECM
Sealed 1979 Original. Featuring John Abercrombie, Richard Beirach, George Mraz And Peter Donald.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Works Works
Jazz Used - LP 837 275 ECM
Mint 1988 German Compilation.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Night Night
Jazz Used - LP 25009 ECM
1984 Original With Custom Sticker And Promotional Copy Sticker On Front Jacket. Features Mike Brecker, Jan Hammer And Jack DeJohnette. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Characters Characters
Jazz New - LP 1117 ECM
Sealed 1978 Original. Pristine Copy. “Always Unique And Uncompromising, John Abercrombie Gained A Good Deal Of His Popularity From His Solo Playing. Not The Virtuoso Of His Primary Influences -- Django Reinhardt, Tal Farlow And Jim Hall -- Abercrombie Is Much More The Introvert. He Often Bypasses Traditional Techniques To Pursue Experimental Sounds And Rhythms. Along With Ralph Towner, Whom He Has Recorded With Before (See Sargasso Sea), Abercrombie Makes Excellent Use Of Space Within Both His Compositions And Solos. Upon The First Listen There May Not Appear To Be Very Much Here; However, This Music Needs To Be Absorbed Over Several Listens To Appreciate Abercrombie's Brilliance.” Robert Taylor, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Current Events Current Events
Jazz New - LP 25MJ 3542 ECM
New, Unplayed Japanese Promo Label With Obi. Abercrombie, Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer; Peter Erskine, Drums; Marc Johnson, Bass.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Night Night
Jazz New - LP 25009 ECM
Sealed 1984 Original. “This Surprising 1984 Effort From John Abercrombie Finds The Guitarist In Conversation With Jan Hammer, Jack DeJohnette, And Mike Brecker. The Lack Of A Bassist On This Session Is Not Felt; The Spaciousness Of The Music And The Masterful Playing Of All Parties Involved Keep The Focus Clearly On The Melodies, Both Scripted And Improvised. This Can Best Be Heard On The Title Track, A Lovely, Tear-Wrenching Ballad. On Some Of The More Up-Tempo Tracks, Hammer Covers The Bass End With His Keyboards Almost Like He Is Taking Part In An Organ Trio. Unlike The High-Velocity Fusion That Hammer Is Best Known For In His Work With The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Al Dimeola, And Elsewhere, His Work On Night Is Highly Subdued. In Fact, His Playing Is One Of The Most Pleasant Things About This Record. It's Nice To Hear Him Doing Something Other Than Blaring Away At A Million Miles A Minute. He Really Is An Excellent Keyboardist, And His Range Is Often Underappreciated. However, The Excellent Compositions By Hammer And Abercrombie Are The Strongest Thing About Night. One Of The Best Is The Opener, "Ethereggae," Which Features An Incredible Guitar Solo Over A Sparse, Haunting Synth Figure And DeJohnette's Incomparable Comping. When Brecker Adds His Pointed, Searching Tenor, The Despair And Loneliness Of The Music Are Almost Too Much To Bear. This Record Is The Kind Of Album That One Would Like To Hear While Enjoying A Late-Night Cigarette On The Roof Of A Manhattan Apartment. Moody, Atmospheric, And Beautiful.” AMG.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Characters Characters
Jazz New - LP 1117 ECM
Sealed 1978 Original, Saw Cut. “Always Unique And Uncompromising, John Abercrombie Gained A Good Deal Of His Popularity From His Solo Playing. Not The Virtuoso Of His Primary Influences -- Django Reinhardt, Tal Farlow And Jim Hall -- Abercrombie Is Much More The Introvert. He Often Bypasses Traditional Techniques To Pursue Experimental Sounds And Rhythms. Along With Ralph Towner, Whom He Has Recorded With Before (See Sargasso Sea), Abercrombie Makes Excellent Use Of Space Within Both His Compositions And Solos. Upon The First Listen There May Not Appear To Be Very Much Here; However, This Music Needs To Be Absorbed Over Several Listens To Appreciate Abercrombie's Brilliance.” Robert Taylor, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Getting There Getting There
Jazz New - LP 833 494 ECM
Sealed 1988 Original Featuring Michael Brecker, Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - ECM Special VII ECM Special VII
Jazz Used - LP PA 4018 ECM
Rare Japan Only 7 Track Compilation With Obi. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Tracks Are: "Picture 3," "Ralph's Piano Waltz," "Back-Wood Song," "Telegram," "Padma," "Sing Song" And "Over And Gone."... more details
 
Abercrombie, John - Night Night
Jazz Used - LP 1271 / 25009 ECM
1984 Original. Appears Unplayed. “This Surprising 1984 Effort From John Abercrombie Finds The Guitarist In Conversation With Jan Hammer, Jack DeJohnette, And Mike Brecker. The Lack Of A Bassist On This Session Is Not Felt; The Spaciousness Of The Music And The Masterful Playing Of All Parties Involved Keep The Focus Clearly On The Melodies, Both Scripted And Improvised. This Can Best Be Heard On The Title Track, A Lovely, Tear-Wrenching Ballad. On Some Of The More Up-Tempo Tracks, Hammer Covers The Bass End With His Keyboards Almost Like He Is Taking Part In An Organ Trio. Unlike The High-Velocity Fusion That Hammer Is Best Known For In His Work With The Mahavishnu Orchestra, Al Dimeola, And Elsewhere, His Work On Night Is Highly Subdued. In Fact, His Playing Is One Of The Most Pleasant Things About This Record. It's Nice To Hear Him Doing Something Other Than Blaring Away At A Million Miles A Minute. He Really Is An Excellent Keyboardist, And His Range Is Often Underappreciated. However, The Excellent Compositions By Hammer And Abercrombie Are The Strongest Thing About Night. One Of The Best Is The Opener, "Ethereggae," Which Features An Incredible Guitar Solo Over A Sparse, Haunting Synth Figure And DeJohnette's Incomparable Comping. When Brecker Adds His Pointed, Searching Tenor, The Despair And Loneliness Of The Music Are Almost Too Much To Bear. This Record Is The Kind Of Album That One Would Like To Hear While Enjoying A Late-Night Cigarette On The Roof Of A Manhattan Apartment. Moody, Atmospheric, And Beautiful.” AMG.... more details
 

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