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Jan Akkerman - Tabernakel (CD, Album)

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  1. Buy Aranjuez CD from Jan Akkerman for $ and pay no postage. Listen now for free. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and Toys since at .
  2. Recorded at Atlantic Records' studios in New York and released in , when Focus was still near the peak of its fame, Tabernakel sold reasonably well at the time, but had been unavailable from the late '70s until , when Wounded Bird Records reissued it in a good-sounding CD edition.9/
  3. Jan Akkerman: Tabernakel ‎ (LP, Album, Gat) Atlantic: ATL 40 Germany: Sell This Version: ATL 40 Jan Akkerman: Tabernakel ‎ (CD, RE) Atlantic: AMCY Japan: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review. Warmdust56 January 18, Report; I have one with the same number -released on Atlantic red/green.
  4. Jan Akkerman biography Born 24 December (Amsterdam, Netherlands) 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.
  5. Any one who has come to this site must know that Jan Akkerman was the lead guitarist of the Dutch group Focus through the first 5 ablums, up until In , he and Thijs Van Leer did one more album together, but the group was called Jan Akkerman and Thijs Van Leer and the album title was Focus (or maybe it was the other way around)/5(20).
  6. Recorded at Atlantic Records' studios in New York and released in , when Focus was still near the peak of its fame, Tabernakel sold reasonably well at the time, but had been unavailable from the late '70s until , when Wounded Bird Records reissued it in a good-sounding CD edition.
  7. Mar 22,  · Check out Tabernakel by Jan Akkerman on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on twindorirotanhohanridobalthumbslow.co(9).
  8. Tabernakel, an Album by Jan Akkerman. Released in on Atco (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Renaissance Music, Progressive Rock. Featured peformers: Jan Akkerman (arranger), George Flynn (conductor), Geoffrey Haslam (producer), Joel Kerr (engineer), Gene Paul (engineer)/5(3).
  9. With all the brilliancy present in the "Profile" album, I have to prefer "Tabernakel" as the most accomplished exposition of Jan Akkerman's main interests as an art-rock devotee (performer and creator) during his glorious days back in the 70s/5.

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