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Jacques Loussier / Christian Garros / Pierre Michelot - Play Bach No.1 FLAC album

Tracklist

A1 Prelude N 1 En Ut Majeur
A2 Fugue N 1 En Ut Majeur
A3 Prelude N 2 En Ut Mineur
A4 Fugue N 2 En Ut Mineur
B1 Toccata & Fugue En Re Mineur
B2 Prelude N 8 En Re Diese Mineur
B3 Prelude N 5 En Re Majeur
B4 Fugue N 5 En Re Majeur

Notes

Made in France. BIEM. Matrix 9D.59 S. 410

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CCL 38.020 Jacques Loussier / Christian Garros / Pierre Michelot Jacques Loussier / Christian Garros / Pierre Michelot - Play Bach Nº 1 ‎(LP, Mono) Decca CCL 38.020 Spain 1964
SLK 16167-P Jacques Loussier - Christian Garros - Pierre Michelot Jacques Loussier - Christian Garros - Pierre Michelot - Play Bach ‎(LP) Decca SLK 16167-P Europe 1967
153.905 Jacques Loussier, Christian Garros, Pierre Michelot Jacques Loussier, Christian Garros, Pierre Michelot - Play-Bach N° 1 ‎(LP, Mono) Decca 153.905 France 1965
153.905 Jacques Loussier, Christian Garros, Pierre Michelot Jacques Loussier, Christian Garros, Pierre Michelot - Play Bach No.1 ‎(LP, Mono, RE) Disques Decca 153.905 France 1962
CCL 38.020 Jacques Loussier / Christian Garros / Pierre Michelot Jacques Loussier / Christian Garros / Pierre Michelot - Play Bach No.1 ‎(LP, Mono) Decca CCL 38.020 Spain 1964


Jacques Loussier / Christian Garros / Pierre Michelot - Play Bach No.1 FLAC album

Musician performer: Jacques Loussier

Title: Play Bach No.1

Country: Spain

Date of release: 1959

Style: Contemporary Jazz

Genre: Jazz

Size FLAC: 1462 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 442

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kinder
My copy is a Speaker Corner reissue. The mastering is quite good, the sound fleshy and correct and the vinyl mostly silent. But honestly I don't like this kind of music. It's pseudo-jazz. Boring and outdated. It reflects the taste of the era, late '50 and early '60
kinder
My copy is a Speaker Corner reissue. The mastering is quite good, the sound fleshy and correct and the vinyl mostly silent. But honestly I don't like this kind of music. It's pseudo-jazz. Boring and outdated. It reflects the taste of the era, late '50 and early '60