Andys Link , Flac, Cover and Infohttps://mega.co.nz/#!1A1QlZ7R!GnGvmm_bRrqy7XLgLSqyiDSTfwsfp5Yn6cm2ghYBeRY
Fun set, thanks.
Joachim Kuhn was among the first European jazz musicians I came across. This is one I've not heard of before. Looking forward to hearing this. Many thanks.-Brian
woah, thanks for these - I've been hunting for them for quite some time!
I can't get past mega's 'browser upgrade required' page. Is it possible to upload this to zippyshare of rapidshare?
Thanks also for this - for this LP I've waited also more than a quarter century.Wether it's a corker or not I' grateful!Thank you Andy and Sotise.
My introduction to Joachim Kuhn was Cinemascope which I downloaded via Mutantsounds many a moon ago. I have sence bought quite a few of his (and his bothers) wondeful LP's. But I am yet to hear either of these BYG LP's. Thanks yet again to everyone at IS!
so tantaliing! i'm stuck same as Tantris, and i've been wanting to hear this since i was a student in the early 70's and couldn't afford the lp. so please x3, is zippyshare or whatever possible?
Thanks for the Joachin Kuhn rips. They're part of my missing pieces in the BYG catalog. Great share.
heres a mirror,Flac http://epl9dc.1fichier.com/
Oh, brilliant - thanks!
SOTISE, thank you so much, it's one of the great jazz records, this one, and you are simply the greatest jazz messenger of them all.
Listening now - yes, indeed, Paris was wonderful for Joachim - what a great record!
actuelly eh... 'that you seviceton.. taking the piss?
actuelly said:thing is, SOTISE, i only just found out that posting a comment isn't a big rigmarole; i should've been thanking you for all the great music i've got to hear because you've passed it on for everyone. so, hard as it may be, take a compliment, ok.
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