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If you are reading this and considering buying TFSD, and have any interest in electronic music, don't hesitate, give TFSD a close listen.
Different than here, but GREAT Jan Hammer found on "Stanly Clarke" by Stanly Clarke, "Spectrum" by Billy Cobham and of course with the original Mahavishnu Orchestra.
Rather, this is a very prog rock sounding album, with loads of synthesizers, European classical influences, rock influences, and with very little in the way of jazz.
This has been one of the Best Album's EVER, in my eclectic experience. I cannot recount how many times it was listened to in the late 1970's... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bryce H. Doster
With so much mediocre music flooding our lives today it's delightful to be able to retrieve gems like this. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bruce Pascoe
Great album! One of the most fascinating things about it is that Jan didn't have any polyphonic synths! All of them were monophonic! Read morePublished on September 20, 2012 by David Napier
I cannot tell you how long I waited and looked and hoped for this release. The first time I heard Hammer's "The First Seven Days" the pictures played before my mind in exquisite... Read morePublished on March 27, 2010 by Diane E. Bryan
I recently heard an excerpt of this work on satellite and thought to myself "I am sure that I've heard this before... Read morePublished on March 26, 2010 by W. Allen
For the most part, this is a soft textured pastoral album.
Colors, melodies, feelings, textures.... from the analog age. Way before digital or new age synthesis. Read more
True fusion of different styles, and a seamless one at that: symphonic, chamber, progressive rock, fusion, symphonic electronica in the tradition of Vangelis and Jarre, except this... Read morePublished on May 15, 2008 by E. Minkovitch
The only Jan Hammer I was familier with was his work on the Miami Vice TV production: Tight, high-stress, over-the-top percussions. Read morePublished on August 23, 2007 by J.
Keyboardist Jan Hammer recorded an album in 1975 called The First Seven Days (Columbia/Legacy). Like Duke Ellington's sacred concerts and John Coltrane's A Love Supreme, it was... Read morePublished on February 1, 2007 by Brian Gilmore