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Jean-Luc PontyStorytelling

Label:Columbia – FC 45252, Columbia – C 45252
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Electronic, Jazz
Style:Contemporary Jazz

Tracklist

A1In The Fast Lane4:09
A2Tender Memories5:20
A3Spring Episode5:51
A4Pastoral Harmony4:20
B1The Story Teller4:24
B2The Amazon Forest4:25
B3After The Storm4:20
B4A Journey's End4:19
B5Chopin Prelude No. 20 (With Violin Improvisation)2:59
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 074644525212
  • Barcode (Text): 0 7464-45252-1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Storytelling (CD, Album, Pitman Pressing)ColumbiaCK 45252US1989
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Storytelling (LP, Album)CBS465602 1Netherlands1989
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Storytelling (LP, Album)CBSJZ-20082Venezuela1989
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Storytelling (CD, Album)CBS465602 2Europe1989
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Storytelling (LP, Album)CBS465602 1Netherlands1989

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  • jimthing's avatar
    jimthing
    Edited 18 years ago
    Rare as hell. The track "In The Fast Lane" is the jazz-fusion composition that the term 'Acid Jazz' was first coined by Gilles Peterson/Paul Murphy that fateful early morning in spring 1989 when after going on after the acid house DJ, Gilles & Murphy shouted "Fuck Acid House, here's some Acid Jazz". Dare I say... the rest is history. (oh dear, I did didn't I ! )

    The rest of the LP isn't as interesting, but still, it's worth it for containing THAT Acid House/Acid Jazz crossover track, and in so doing, proving to be one of the most important records of the era.

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