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Joseph Bonner*Impressions Of Copenhagen

Label:Theresa Records – TR114
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Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Jazz
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Tracklist

A1Impressions Of Copenhagen / R.V.6:41
A2The Northstar6:12
A3I'll Say No This Time6:37
B1Quiet Dawn10:40
B2Why Am I Here?7:52
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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): TR-114-A JG L-4345
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): TR-114-B JG L-4345-X
  • Matrix / Runout (Runouts A&B, stamped): KENDUN-A

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Impressions Of Copenhagen (CD, Album, Stereo)Evidence (5)ECD 22024-2US1992
New Submission
Impressions Of Copenhagen (LP, Album, Test Pressing)Theresa RecordsTR114TPUK, Europe & US2020
Impressions Of Copenhagen (LP, Album, Reissue)Theresa RecordsTR114Germany2020

Reviews

lomidisc's profile picture
lomidisc
Edited 2 months ago
I second all that has been said. I just found an original pressing from 1981 for 6.00 in my local shop, in NM shape. Wow, the compositions, sound engineering and playing are all stunning. There are deep chimes that work their way into the arrangements that surprised and thrilled me. Joseph Bonner has never cut a bad record.
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jamaicainnkitchen
I would like to say I have about 6 records of Joe Bonner he just
didn’t make bad music all his records are worth having, Brilltastic.
Rest in Peace Rise in Power Joe Bonner,
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StraightWaxHomie
Edited one year ago
This album is simply incredible. Such beautiful arrangements. I can't see how people aren't jumping up and down about this one. It's heavenly.
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keefy6
..if album value was based on its sound quality, production,
composition and representation, this would be almost unobtainable.

Contrast to Joe Bonner's phenomenal touch is that of Paul
Warburton and upright bass, wonderfully dynamic and life-like.
A rare reference-quality album. One must hear this.