Akkerman, Jan

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Akkerman, Jan - It Could Happen To You It Could Happen To You
Jazz Used - LP 2374 210 Polydor
Mint 1982 German Original.... more details
 
Akkerman, Jan - Live Live
Jazz New - LP SD 19241 Atlantic
Sealed 1978 Original Featuring Jasper Van'T Hoff, Nippie Noya And Others.... more details
 
Akkerman, Jan - Live Live
Jazz Used - LP SD 19241 Atlantic
Beautiful 1978 Test Pressing In Plain White Jacket. Track List Taped On Front Cover.... more details
 
Akkerman, Jan - Pleasure Point Pleasure Point
Jazz Used - LP LIK 13 Decal
1987 Original Featuring Japer Van't Hof, Jim Campagnola, Pablo Nahar, Roland Zeldenrust, Hans Waterman And Martin Matupeyressa.... more details
 
Akkerman, Jan - Profile Profile
Pop New - LP SAS 7407 Sire
Sealed Original, COH. A Guitarist Of Legendary Prowess, Jan Akkerman For A Time Eclipsed Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page And Jeff Beck Among Reader's Polls In England As The Top Guitarist In The World. Features The 20 Minute Epic "Fresh Air" Suite.... more details
 
Akkerman, Jan - Live Live
Jazz Used - LP SD 19241 Atlantic
1978 Original Featuring Jasper Van'T Hoff, Neppie Noya And Others. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Akkerman, Jan - Tabernakel Tabernakel
Pop Used - LP SD 7032 Atco
1974 Textured Gatefold Original With DJ Copy Sticker On Front Cover. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “This Album -- Which, Despite Being Third In Most Discographies, Was Actually Jan Akkerman's First Official Solo Album -- Must Have Been A Real Shocker To A Lot Of Focus. Rather Than Working From The Flashy, Electric Guitar Side Of The Group's Sound, Akkerman Chose To Expand On The Lute Sound That He'd Explored On Focus III's "Elspeth Of Nottingham." Tabernakel Represented Akkerman At His Most Formalistic, Playing Almost Entirely In A Classical Idiom On Lute And Acoustic And Electric Guitars (With One Brief Side Trip To The Bass). The Repertory Is Drawn Largely From 16th Century Tudor England, Including Compositions By John Dowland And Antony Holborne, Rearranged By Akkerman And Harpsichord Virtuoso And Scholar George Flynn. He Gives One Major Concession To Progressive Rock In The Form Of The Fuzz-Laden Reinterpretation Of "House Of The King," Which Misses The Flute Part From The Focus Original But Is Still Worth Hearing As A Guitar Showcase. Tabernakel Is Otherwise The Real Article As Far As Its Classicism -- The 14-Minute-Long "Lammy" Comes Close To Being Pretentious Without Quite Crossing The Line, And All Of The Album Is A Fascinating Solo Departure For The Guitarist. What Makes This Album Doubly Intriguing Is That Apart From Flynn, Akkerman's Accompanists Come Entirely From The Rock World: Tim Bogert, Carmine Appice, And Veteran R&B Drummer Ray Lucas, None Of Whom Seems To Skip A Beat In Their Work Here.” – Bruce Eder, AMG... more details
 
Akkerman, Jan - Jan Akkerman Jan Akkerman
Jazz Used - LP SD 19159 Atlantic
Hard To Find 1977 Jazz-Rock Original. Saw Cut And Hint Of Ring Wear. LP Appears Unplsyed.... more details
 

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