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Jan Hammer|Beyond The Mind's Eye

Beyond The Mind's Eye

Jan Hammer

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Beyond the Mind's Eye is Grammy award-winning keyboardist/composer Jan Hammer's first solo album in over five years. The 14 tracks, composed for Miramar's new video album, are different than the Video soundtrack. The audio release is remixed, features extended arrangements, and has a bonus vocal track sung by Chris Thompson of The Manfred Mann Group. Known for his Miami Vice music, Hammer provides a potent fusion which is perfect for this arena where modern music meets the visual arts.
© Backroads Music/Heartbeats /TiVo

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Seeds
00:04:12

Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Too Far
00:03:27

Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Magic Theater
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Sunset
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Transformers
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Nothing but Love
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Virtual Reality
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Pyramid
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Brave New World
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Windows
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Midnight
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Afternoon Adventure
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Voyage Home
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Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Beyond
00:02:17

Jan Hammer, Composer, MainArtist

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

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Seeds of Life
00:04:03

Jan Hammer, MainArtist - Jan Hammer & Chris Thompson, Composer

1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc. 1993 Country & Eastern Music, Inc.

Album Description

Beyond the Mind's Eye is Grammy award-winning keyboardist/composer Jan Hammer's first solo album in over five years. The 14 tracks, composed for Miramar's new video album, are different than the Video soundtrack. The audio release is remixed, features extended arrangements, and has a bonus vocal track sung by Chris Thompson of The Manfred Mann Group. Known for his Miami Vice music, Hammer provides a potent fusion which is perfect for this arena where modern music meets the visual arts.
© Backroads Music/Heartbeats /TiVo

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