Paul Horn ‎– Inside

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BXN 26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album, Ter) Epic BXN 26466 US 1968 Sell This Version
PET 26466 Paul Horn Inside(Cass, Album) Epic PET 26466 US 1968 Sell This Version
BXN 26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album) Epic BXN 26466 Canada 1968 Sell This Version
BXN 26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album) Epic BXN 26466 US 1968 Sell This Version
BXN 26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album) Epic BXN 26466 Canada 1968 Sell This Version
BXN 26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album) Epic BXN 26466 Canada 1968 Sell This Version
BXN 26466, BXN-26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album, San) Epic, Epic BXN 26466, BXN-26466 US 1968 Sell This Version
EPC 65201 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album) Epic EPC 65201 Netherlands 1972 Sell This Version
EPC 65201, S EPC 65201 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album) Epic, Epic EPC 65201, S EPC 65201 UK 1972 Sell This Version
65201 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album) Epic 65201 UK 1972 Sell This Version
MC 062 Paul Horn Inside The Taj Mahal(Cass, Album, RE, Dol) Kuckuck MC 062 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
062 Paul Horn Inside The Taj Mahal(LP) Kuckuck 062 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
76.26 486-01 Paul Horn Inside The Taj Mahal(LP, Album) Kuckuck 76.26 486-01 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
RCD 10040 Paul Horn Inside(CD, Album, RM) Rykodisc RCD 10040 US 1987 Sell This Version
WOU 6466 Paul Horn Inside(CD, RE) Wounded Bird Records WOU 6466 US 2010 Sell This Version
BXN 26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album, RE) Epic BXN 26466 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
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BXN 26466, WBXN 26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album, RE) Epic, Epic BXN 26466, WBXN 26466 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
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PE 26466 Paul Horn Inside(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Epic PE 26466 US Unknown Sell This Version
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Sinner_Lady

Sinner_Lady

February 19, 2018
edited 12 months ago
referencing Inside, LP, Album, BXN 26466
This is a true masterpiece in every sense of the word. It is recorded live, the first and only take. Read the liner notes (which only come in early gatefold pressings) and you will read the incredible story of how this came to be. The music speaks for itself. Some of the most healing music you will ever hear, and sounds that were never previously created until this point. I highly suggest this album for anyone battling cancer or severe pain. I gave this to a friend battling colon cancer and it's one of the only things he could listen to, a man who loved reggae and hip hop, things you can't listen to while rapidly dying. It helped him tremendously throughout his daily life to relax what little he could. Anyone with any sense of appreciation for art can see the brilliance in this recording. I give very few albums a perfect rating, but I literally give this 100 out of 100, a true, spontaneous masterpiece that cannot be improved upon.
sunshine-recorder

sunshine-recorder

May 9, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Inside, LP, Album, RE, BXN 26466

A record to suit all moods, situations and spaces. Paul Horn created a timeless, beautiful record here in all it's simplicity - it never fails to create an aura of tranquility as soon as one sets the needle to the record. I often listen to this first thing in the morning, it serves very well as an aural 'leveler' serving to cleanse one's mind before the day ahead. Many thanks for the beautiful sounds and may you rest in
code303

code303

June 16, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Inside, LP, Album, BXN 26466
There's nothing "free jazz" about this album. It's a non-electronic "new age"/"ambient" album.
progfan97402

progfan97402

April 19, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Inside, LP, Album, BXN 26466
This album is common as dirt, you can easily find it for next to nothing. I find this album truly relaxing and peaceful. Most albums described as such sound so insipid that I'm happy I don't own those albums (I am old enough to have been inflicted with those Zamfir TV ads in the 1980s and even as a kid I thought that stuff was nauseating). Not what Paul Horn had did here. In 1968 he was in India, in the middle of filming a documentary that was never completed and took time to the Taj Mahal for some recordings there, just as a souvenir. He wasn't thinking of having it released as an album (he probably thought most people would think an album with just flute and the occasional voice from a Taj Mahal guard would be boring). Epic Records thought otherwise and they actually had it released and it actually sold well. Each song has that wonderful Eastern influence, and I dig the echo of the Taj Mahal. Here it's hard telling where Paul Horn's flute ends and the echo begins. I especially love that echo. He chose the right place to record. Sometimes the guard would provide his voice too, usually just himself, but on "Unity" it's both him and Horn's flute. When it comes for some dreamy, night time music, this has replaced Enigma's MCMXC a.D. as my favorite, because there are no dance beats to get in the way, and I love that exotic vibe that goes throughout the album.