Richard Beirach: Eon, LP (Vinyl)
Richard Beirach: Eon, LP (Vinyl)
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Richard Beirach
Eon

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
  • ECM Records
  • (ECM 1054 ST)
  • ECM Records
  • (2301 054)
  • 6 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX-
  • used
  • light yellowing and lamination peel-off on back sleeve

tracks

A1

Nardis

Written By
11:56
A2

Places

Written By
4:03
A3

Seeing You

Written By
4:05
B1

Eon

Written By
8:13
B2

Bones

Written By
3:34
B3

Mitsuku

Written By
6:16

Credits

Bass
  • Frank Tusa
Design
  • Eugene Gregan
Drums
  • Jeff Williams
Engineer
  • Tony May
Layout
  • B & B Wojirsch
Mixed By
  • Carlos Albrecht
Photography By
  • Shelly Rusten
Piano
  • Richard Beirach
Producer
  • Manfred Eicher

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