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William Ackerman - It Takes A Year album download

Performer:

William Ackerman

Title:

It Takes A Year

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1952 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.7 ✱

Style:

Folk Rock, Acoustic, Soft Rock

Country:

US

Date of release:

1977

William Ackerman - It Takes A Year album download

Tracklist

A1 The Bricklayer's Beautiful Daughter 3:38
A2 Balancing 3:35
A3 The Impending Death Of The Virgin Spirit 5:30
A4 It Takes A Year 4:52
B1 The Townshend Shuffle 4:27
B2 A Tribute To The Philosophy Of James Estelle Bradley 2:36
B3 The Search For The Turtle's Navel 4:58
B4 Rain Sequence (From The Townshend Shuffle) 1:29
B5 The Rediscovery Of The Big Bug Creek, Arizona 3:03

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – A&M Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Composed By, Acoustic Guitar – William Ackerman
  • Engineer – Scott Saxon
  • Mixed By – Scott Saxon
  • Producer – Scott Saxon

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WHS C-1003 William Ackerman It Takes A Year ‎(LP, Album) Windham Hill Records WHS C-1003 US 1977
WD-1003 William Ackerman It Takes A Year ‎(CD, Album) Windham Hill Records WD-1003 US 1986
CTC-1003 William Ackerman It Takes A Year ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Windham Hill Records CTC-1003 US 1977
WHS-A-C-1003 William Ackerman It Takes A Year ‎(LP, Aud) Windham Hill Records WHS-A-C-1003 US 1977
01934-11351-2 William Ackerman It Takes A Year ‎(CD, Album) Windham Hill Records 01934-11351-2 US Unknown



It Takes A Year Original recording. William Ackerman Format: Vinyl. This is Ackerman's second album and already shows considerable development as Ackerman continues to carve his own niche next to Basho, Fahey and Hedges. He still stays in the mainstream of steel string fingerstyle work but he has started to soften, shifting to the lighter jazz work that is yet to come. Perhaps the best example of this is "The Bricklayer's Beautiful Daughter," a superb composition, played in an alternate tuning, with a new focus on the movement of chordal components against a melodic refrain.

One of the greatest Ackerman's releases. Published (and property) by Windham Hill Records back in 1977. Originally an independent label, Windham Hill Records was founded in 1976 by William Ackerman and Anne Robinson, who were married soon thereafter. It was originally known for folk and acoustic music but became associated with new age music after the success of George Winston's "Autumn" in 1980. Ackerman sold his half of the company to BMG in 1992 and Robinson sold her half in 1996

The album was nominated for Best New Age Album at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards (Held on February 8, 2009). The Bricker's Beautiful Daughter"-4:20. Believing in Miracles"-4:32. Up There Throughout the Skies"-6:24. Was It This Lifetime"-5:50. The Impending Death of the Virgin Spirit"-6:48. When the Moon Sings"-6:15. It was originally known for folk and acoustic music but became associated with new age music after the success of George Winston's 'Autumn' in 1980. Ackerman sold his half of the company to BMG in 1992 and Robinson sold her half in 1996

He did just about everything from picking cover art to producing the records. Early albums featured himself It Takes a Year (1977) and his cousin, fellow guitarist Alex de Grassi Turning: Turning Back (1978). Although in later years critics would single out Ackerman's records (especially Childhood and Memory) and De Grassi's first record, the album that gained Windham Hill Records notice was the 1980 recording by George Winston Autumn.

Complete your William Ackerman collection. Past Light ‎(LP, Album). Windham Hill Records. Past Light ‎(CD, Album).

The Winner Takes It All" is a song recorded by the Swedish pop group ABBA. Released as the first single from the group's Super Trouper album on 21 July 1980, it is a ballad in the key of F-sharp major, reflecting the end of a romance. The single's B-side was the non-album track "Elaine". It was the group's first single after a seven-month hiatus and peaked at N. in several countries, including the UK, where it became their eight chart-topper.

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