Jan Hammer

Jan Hammer - Miami Vice: The Complete Collection (2002) - RESTORED

Jan Hammer - Miami Vice: The Complete Collection (2002)
EAC rip | WavPack, IMG+CUE, LOG | 2CD | 389 MB + 383 MB | Complete Scans 600 dpi (tif) | 377 MB | RAR 3% Rec.
Electronic | Label: One Way Records | Catalog Number: OW 35185 | Country: US | Year: 2002 | Uploaded

Miami Vice: The Complete Collection is a powerful monument to composer Jan Hammer's groundbreaking soundtrack to one of television's most memorable series. With over two hours of music, the two compact discs feature 42 memorable cuts, including 22, which have never been released to the public before. Miami Vice redefined television and Jan Hammer's soundtrack completely redefined the way in which shows were scored. The result was a chart-topping commercial success never before seen from a television soundtrack and international acclaim for series and composer alike.

Jan Hammer - Beyond The Mind's Eye (1992)  Music

Posted by gribovar at Jan. 5, 2017
Jan Hammer - Beyond The Mind's Eye (1992)

Jan Hammer - Beyond The Mind's Eye (1992)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 308 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 117 MB | Covers - 86 MB
Genre: Electronic, New Age | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Miramar (MPCD 2902)

Beyond the Mind's Eye is Grammy award-winning keyboardist/composer Jan Hammer's first solo album in over five years. The 14 tracks, composed for Miramar's new video album, are different than the Video soundtrack. The audio release is remixed, features extended arrangements, and has a bonus vocal track sung by Chris Thompson of The Manfred Mann Group. Known for his Miami Vice music, Hammer provides a potent fusion which is perfect for this arena where modern music meets the visual arts.

Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group - Live (1977)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Sept. 11, 2014
Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group - Live (1977)

Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group - Live (1977)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2008 | Sony/BMG, 88697302772CD5 | ~ 283 or 283 or 105 Mb | Scans(png) -> 49 Mb
Prog Rock / Free Jazz / Fusion / Jazz-Rock / Experimental

Jeff Beck toured to promote Wired, backed by a jazz fusion group led by synthesizer player Jan Hammer. This straightforward live souvenir combines songs from Blow by Blow and Wired, plus a few other things…

Jan Hammer - The First Seven Days 1975  

Posted by micaus11 at Jan. 10, 2009
Jan Hammer - The First Seven Days  1975

Jan Hammer - The First Seven Days 1975
MP3 @ 320 | 89 MB | Covers included
Genre:Jazz / Fusion

This is a concept album, the subject matter being obvious and is instrumental. I'm pleased to say that Hammer is not being a creationist here, he refers to the concept as being valid whether a day is 24 hours or a hundred million years, I go for the latter!

Almost all the instruments are played by Hammer, with exception of violin from another ex-Mahavishnu, Steve Kindler and congas. It is evokative and beautiful, full of lovely melodies. Even though the album had a major label backing, it sank, from memory, without a trace. pity as it deserves recognition. Just listen to the sample, a good guide to the album as a whole. Hammer went on to write music for crap TV programmes before dropping out of the music industry completely some years ago.

Recommend as a forgotten jewel.

Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer - Like Children 1974  

Posted by micaus11 at Nov. 12, 2008
Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer - Like Children  1974

Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer - Like Children 1974
MP3 @ 320 | 93 MB | Covers included | Repost
Genre: Jazz Fusion

In the early 70's fusion was the next big thing, young jazzers with all the chops discovering electricty, volume and audiences. There is no doubt that the bad name fusion garnered at that time flows from the release of what was, quite frankly, rubbish.
Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer - Like Children (1974) - (Link Updated)

Jerry Goodman & Jan Hammer - Like Children (1974)
Progr. rock | MP3 CBR 320 | 89.42 MB

Jan Hammer biography
Country: USA (birth Place: Prague, Czechoslovakia, but now USA Citizen)
Genre: Jazz Rock Fusion/ Electronica

Jan Hammer was born 17th April 1948, playing piano at the age of four, and by the age of 6 he was receiving formal classical training. At the age of 14 JAN was performing and recording professionally through the former Iron Curtain countries. He formed the JUNIOR TRIO in high school with bassist MIROSLAV VITOUS (future founding member of WEATHER REPORT and drummer ALAN VITOUS. Both JAN and MIROSLAV attended the Prague Academy of Muse Ans, devouring classes in harmony, counterpoint, music history, and classical composition. They both won scholarships to the Berklee School of Music in Boston, and with JAN’s arrival in the United States in the summer of 1968, on the heels of the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia, JAN HAMMER immediately made up his mind to become a U.S. citizen, doing so soon after.

[progressive] Jeff Beck & Jan Hammer Group - Live  Music

Posted by drbyte at Feb. 11, 2006

Jeff Beck & Jan Hammer Group - Live
MP3 VBR HQ | Vinyl Rip
one of the bests guitar players around

Jeff Beck - Wired (1976) Remastered 2001  Music

Posted by Designol at Dec. 13, 2016
Jeff Beck - Wired (1976) Remastered 2001

Jeff Beck - Wired (1976) Remastered 2001
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 274 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 114 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Guitar Virtuoso, Jazz-Rock, Jazz Fusion, Rock | Label: Epic/Sony | # 502182 2 | Time: 00:37:22

Released in 1976, Jeff Beck's Wired contains some of the best jazz-rock fusion of the period. Wired is generally more muscular, albeit less-unique than its predecessor, Blow by Blow. Joining keyboardist Max Middleton, drummer Richard Bailey, and producer George Martin from the Blow by Blow sessions are drummer Narada Michael Walden, bassist Wilbur Bascomb, and keyboardist Jan Hammer. Beck contributed no original material to Wired, instead relying on the considerable talents of his supporting cast. Perhaps this explains why Wired is not as cohesive as Blow by Blow, seemingly more assembled from component parts. Walden's powerful drumming propels much of Wired, particularly Middleton's explosive opener, "Led Boots," where Beck erupts into a stunning solo of volcanic intensity. Walden also contributes four compositions, including the funk-infused "Come Dancing," which adds an unnamed horn section. While Walden's "Sophie" is overly long and marred by Hammer's arena rock clichés, his "Play With Me" is spirited and Hammer's soloing more melodic.

Various Artists - Miami Vice I, II, III (1985, 1986, 1988)  Music

Posted by gonzalo76 at Oct. 18, 2009
Various Artists - Miami Vice I, II, III (1985, 1986, 1988)

Various Artists - Miami Vice I, II, III (1985, 1986, 1988)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 3CD | 785 MB | Full HQ Scans 200 dpi | RAR | FS.com
Soundtrack | Label: MCA Records | Catalog #: MCAD-6150, MCAD-6192, MCD 06033 | Year: 1985, 1986, 1988

Music from the television series "Miami Vice" starring Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas which ran on NBC from 1984-1989. The series was notable for its use of contemporary popular music, and for being one of the first shows regularly broadcast in stereo. By design, the show often resembled a music video rather than a standard Police Procedural. Extended musical sequences were common, often featuring little or no dialogue and numerous images of cars, boats, guns, nightlife, and scenery. The show was filmed on location in Miami, and made use of a distinctive color palette, mostly white and pastels.
Mahavishnu Orchestra – Between Nothingness & Eternity (1973) Columbia/KC 32766 – 1st US Pressing - LP In 24bit/96kHz

Mahavishnu Orchestra – Between Nothingness & Eternity
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 900b & 200mb
Label: Columbia/KC 32766 | Released: 1973 | Genre: Jazz-Rock

Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection
4.5 stars really!!!!
As I explained in the BoF review, the tensions between Hammer and Goodman on one side and McLaughlin and Cobham on the other, started destroying the group and taking into the abyss the third album’s recording sessions with the group, Columbia decided to bring out as a third offering a live album, which consisted of brand new and unreleased material: the three extended tracks on the live album being found in their original dimension on the Lost Trident Sessions. What really happened is that Mc and Cobham wanted to release the LTS tapes as a finished album, while Hammer, Goodman and now joined by Laird opposed it. This led to an imminent break-up, but the group owing one more album to Columbia settled on recording their august 73 Central Park concert. The group would soldier on until New Year’s Eve in Toledo. After which, McLaughlin build from scratch a new line-up of MO that would go on to record three albums of its own.