Drums. Synths. Space. In 1977, four years following the dissolution of Mahavishnu Orchestra, Jan Hammer teamed with percussionist David Earle Johnson for Time Is Free – the first of a pair of collaborative albums. Having carved out his own solo career beginning with 1975’s The First Seven Days (on which Johnson guests), the tête-à-tête found on Time Is Free finds the two artists displaying what would soon become the model for the Jan Hammer Group’s Melodies and beyond.

David Earle Johnson / Jan Hammer :: Juice Harp

2 Responses to “David Earle Johnson / Jan Hammer :: Time Is Free”

  1. Caught my eye because the Aquarium Rescue Unit played this song for years. Never knew it was a Cover!

  2. I love it when the albums sound nothing like what the cover looks like

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