Finally back in stock is this early '70s Kraut Rock Masterpiece from 1972 (originally on Vertigo) taken directly from the master tapes. Tripped out psychedelic jams are interwoven with various recorded sound effects recorded in The Middle East and North Africa. The album is on a par with Brainticket for surreal trippyness and this edition features a detailed booklet with band history, discography and the original gatefold artwork.
Completing, for now at least, the story of this excellent German progressive rock band, this CD contains previously unreleased studio sessions recorded in 1974 where the band were joined by a variety of guests including members of Os Mundi, Karthago, Metropolis, the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Duke Ellington Band amongst others. Somewhat different from previous offerings, this is still an essential purchase for fans of experimental Krautrock.
Originally from 1981 and coming with 4 bonus tracks. This was the only release by this Rheinbach band, founded in 1971. Taken from the original mastertapes. Including the demos from their unfinished second album. With flute and 12-string guitar.
Heavy and primitive German progressive rock from 1973, with plenty of long doomy organ driven instrumentals and trippy guitar reminiscent of Vanilla Fudge or Necronomicon. A classic private pressing on CD at last.....
Re-issue of one of the hardest to find albums by Amon Düüll from 1974. Their eighth album it saw the band continue to dabble with more commercial avenues and bring in diverse styles to the bands overall space rock sound. Similar to Vive La Trance and the album that followed Made In Germany this is inspiring avant-garde rock pop from one of the best German bands of the '70's.
Exact CD issue of the double LP that was only released in Germany. A fantastic record that is a kind of mad-cap concept work based on German History, a bit like Robert Calvert's first two albums. The mixture of all out acid rock, pop and orchestrated progressive music is diverse and spellbinding. It's also very funny. A much underrated release....
Swiss / Italian / German band from the early '70s that has an early Amon Düül II feel. Long jamming tracks with Hammond organ and guitar space outs, female vocals etc. Great nude band sleeve with extra bonus track. Stunning!
German psychedelic progressive album from 1971. This CD collects everything the band ever recorded. It has a jazzy style with some of the songs (Spectaculum) having quite a poppy style whilst other like (108) has almost baroque touches.A lost German classic from the legendary Pilz label.
1974 debut album from this German band. It's mostly straight forward rock music with female vocals, but with some nice psych and prog touches. The original vinyl album was a limited edition of 300 - making it highly collectable. This CD reissue also contains three tracks recorded and produced by Conny Plank. One for all you Kraut Rock completists
In 1975 German band Arktis put out a limited edition of their second album. This was a more adventurous effort than their debut, featuring more jams and improvised sessions. There are also two long bonus tracks on here that are reminiscent of Man at their best. Recommended !
The second volume of previously unreleased material by this fine '70s German hard progressive band. With two tracks clocking in at over 14 minutes this is a treat for fans of acid guitar based Kraut Rock. File next to Gila and My Solid Ground....
1976 third album from this highly impressive German band who mix elements of jazz, acid rock and progressive themes to end up with a very competent result. The 20 minute "Loneliness" is the stand-out here, and this edition also contains a bonus track.
Austrian band from the late '60's that started off as a beat pop act and then in the 70's made a more progressive rock sound. This their sole album was recorded between 1970 and 1972 and the early material sounds like early Group 1850 whilst the later material is more progressive. Phased effects, orchestration, heavy guitar and keyboards make up a wild mix of styles. Four bonus cuts and masses of info in the booklet.
One of Germany's best bands. Here is an amazing live radio recording from 1973 made in Bremen. Killer jazzy rock with long passages of mindblowing melodic complexity with electric guitar, stunning keyboard work, assorted wind instruments and percussion. Excellent sound quality and this package also includes a 32 page booklet with loads of info and pics.
Live show from 1974 from this legendary German band. Instrumental jazzy rock music of the highest order with assorted woodwind instruments and tight electrc jams. This performance takes the music of their studio albums further - and returns with a very self-satisfied smile on its face. Excellent stuff!
Official reissue of the fabulous 2nd album by these '70s Freaks. The band play off the wall Canterbury flavoured, instrumental, jazzy-rock that roars along at a gripping rate loaded with flute, moogs, mellotrons etc. One of the best albums of its kind that we have heard.Contains fully detailed booklet
First issued in 1974, this is a companion to the debut album by this German band, containing a similar mixture of bluesy progressive rock. Original vinyl copies of this album are very rare, so this release is welcome. Two bonus tracks are also included. Last copy of this deleted album.
German progressive band with Westcoast touch. The original LP is sold for 600-700 euros. First time released now on CD. Comes in orig. cover artwork and with 1 bonus track and 32-page booklet. Produced in 1970 it consists of five tracks, all very beautifully done especially the long instrumental track "A Day In the Rest Of My Life" with two lead-guitars that recalls the style of Quicksilver Messenger service
Never before released recordings by this shortlived band (1971-72) based in Switzerland. Featuring memebers of Brainticket (including Joel Vandroogenbroeck on Sitar) and lyrics by Timothy Leary - whilst he was a fugitive in Switzerland - this is as you would expect a mind melting psychedelic space rock/jazz album with flashes of both Brainticket and Ashra Tempel. Pretty much essential for fans of both bands and a fascinating reissue. Includes detailed notes and photos.
'70s Progressive jazz-rock classic from Austria crammed full with extended instrumental guitar and sax interplay. An excellent find. Includes four bonus tracks. Very collectable and rare as an original album.
The great 70's German psychedelic progressive band that had a reputation for musicianship of the highest order with long trippy jams. Here is a great live radio broadcast perfomance from 1972 including a 33 minute classy jazz fusion, psychedelic improvisational jam called 'Suite'. The detailed booklet features photos and a detailed band history with discography.
The third Eiliff album dates from 1972, and is a live set recorded in Koln. Features the rare "Lilybaeum" and three tracks from the 'Girlrls' album, including an incendiary 18 minute version of the title track. A fine mixture of improvisational progressive, jazz, and fusion musical styles.
Collectable compilation of tracks from this '70s German experimental group, who were contemporaries of Amon Düül. Lots of long, trippy improvisational jams with echo machines. CD also features tracks by Koala Bar, including the psychedelic classic "The Crystal". And yes, the name does resemble the result of letting a dyslexic Greenlandic person loose on your typewriter.
Rare 1976 release by this German band who recorded their album in Düsseldorf in the same studio as DOM and Kalacakra. A diverse mix - styles range from spacey progressive rock through frantic heavy rock, folky melodic pop-rock and experimental weirdness - original albums are very rare. Includes four bonus tracks and detailed historical notes.
Recorded in 1971 around the time of their second album 'Embryo's Rache' this killer live album contains some startling Kraut rock with electric violin, guitar flute and percussion. Magical psychedelic instrumental jams mixing elements of prog, psych and jazz in a style similar to Amon Düül II all in great sound quality. One track clocks in at 26 minutes! A real find !
Live recording from 1981 . This is the reissue of the 3rd album (previously only released as cassette) from this nice folk album from Germany, never before re-released on LP or CD. From the master tapes and with 3 bonus tracks in top sound quality. With male/female vocals, flute, glockenspiel, autoharp, mandolin etc.
Released in 1979, this is the second album by the German progressive medieval folk group. Building on the success of their debut which was recorded on a two track with only a few takes available for each song, the six piece had the opportunity for a lengthy session with an eight track. This explains the addition of lyres, tampura, tabla, recorder, glokenspiel, mandolin, double bass and various other overdubs. Known for their lengthy improvisations that wander into classical territories and European folk themes, the highlight has to be the twenty minute "Regenreigen." Expanded with four live tracks recorded a few months after the album sessions, including a cover of the Gratful Dead's "I Know Your Rider."
Superb hidden gem from Germany. Recorded in 1977 this CD takes the best aspects of psychedelia, progressive rock, jazz and art rock to come up with a little masterpiece of sound. Mellotrons, Moogs and soaring female vocals. Magical!!
Four master musicians from Helmstedt Germany this was the band's only album. Released in 1973 as a limited pressing of a 1000 copies, now highly collectable. Powerful ingenious symphonic rock with some English lyrics and the guitar work of ex-Pow member Friedrich Kruger. Booklet has full biography and pics. Plus four bonus tracks. Recommended!!
Despite the title this is the debut album from this Munich band who evolved from The Royal Servants. Released in 1971, it's a fine long-haired progressive rock album, incorporating elements of psychedelia, jazz fusion and even classical motifs with fuzz guitars, keyboards, elactric violin etc.. Unusually for the time Eulenspygel also sang in German. Sick "Fried Chick" cover (not for vegetarians!). BARGAIN PRICE
Second album from the German progressive rock psychsters, this 1972 release has now been augmented by seven extra tracks. Fusing elements of psychedelia, jazz, classical music and socio/political lyrics, this is a heady brew of excellent musical ideas fully realised.
Named after the Mothers Of Invention this Austrian act really had their finger on the pulse with their mad jazzed out cover versions of real classics like 'Son Of Mr Green Genes' (Zappa), 'Evil Ways' (Santana), 'See My Ways' (Blodwyn Pig) and more in extended sax and guitar jams. Hey this is really tripped out and to see an original copy of this 1971 album is like finding the Holy Grail. Buy this before it also gets deleted!.Taken from tapes at the time this is not the sonic standard of live recordings we are used to now.
The only release from this German act from 1976 album that features intricate instrumental jazz rock with a progressive touch.Fully detailed book rounds off the release.As featured in Hans Pokora's "4001 record collector dream".
This CD consists of the unreleased second album recorded in 1975 plus a number of bonus tracks recorded in the early Eighties by this German band. Following their stunning debut was never going to be easy, but GAA provide more impressively hypnotic heavily keyboard dominated tripped out rock that does the trick.
Not to be confused with the Waniyetula Galaxy, this was a band from Bremen whose album was recorded in 1979. Limited to just 500 copies, it was sold at gigs and is now a collectors item. The music is impressive - a blend of progressive keyboard dominated rock which occasionally begs comparisons with Eloy.
Finally an official reissue of the second disc by this German band who's debut is certainly in the top ten Euro acid psych albums. It's a laid back, drifting west-coast affair about the plight of the American Indians. Smilar in places to Popul Vuh and indeed members of that band appear on the album. Includes bonus track and detailed booklet!
Rediscovered radio show from 1972 by one of the most highly regarded German improvisational psych bands likened favourably to early Pink Floyd. These tracks are exclusive to this release and offer an extraordinary new dimension to their already venerated back catalogue. Long trippy guitar solos with freaky keyboards... fab!
The legendary Guru's hit the spot here with this previously unreleased live concert from 1970. A great psych meets kraut rock sound and it's their heyday! Fourteen minute version of "Der LSD March". 32 page booklet with stories and unseen photos. Wow!
A fusion of progressive rock and classically influenced tracks with english lyrics. This was the German outfit's first album from 1972 recorded live in Hanover. Great flute playing and subtle rock fiffs make this an interesting release. Also includes their first single as two bonus tracks with 32 page colour booklet featuring band history.
Hard German jazz/rock outfit with progressive elements. This was their debut German album from 1974, produced by Joachin H Ehrig (better known as Eroc of Grobschnitt). Great guitarwork and the rhythm section come to the fore in jazzy improv jams. Includes 8 bonus tracks.
Third album (1973) of the German band from Mannheim, now with 10 bonus tracks. Progressive with a touch of jazz, blues, and ballett music. Very skilful musicians, playing flute, saxophone etc. Now with singer Ken Traylor instead of Joy Fleming.
Originally released on vinyl on the legendary Pilz label, now appearing for the first time on CD. Packaged in the original cover artwork with 32-page booklet. With 4 bonus tracks from 1971: 2 ones from a 7" single, one from a sampler LP and one broadcast live.
Superb and rare early '70s German album full of long trippy stoned instrumentals, with an eastern feel. You can almost smell the hash wafting out of the recording studio. This has been bootlegged several times but here is the ultimate official CD with two bonus tracks. A real psychedelic jewel in the German Psych crown...
Classic early '70s German psychedelic rock album with great fluid fuzz guitar solos. Elements of Kraut Rock mix with West Coast like psych and Canterbury weirdness. One of the best German underground progressive psych albums..
Lily were a band formed in Frankfurt during the early 1970's. They blended European style rock with jazz and proggresive overtures, with vocals in English. The LP, V.C.U. (We See You) was released in the spring of 1973, and the group was marketed as a glam-rock band by their label. But this was not a true reflection of the type of music they played. So now we can appreciate the album as a full on rock affair and ignore the 'glam' tag. Four bonus tracks.
Amazing German duo that play high pomp jazzy progressive-rock similar to hardin and Yor . Very rare on vinyl and only recently discovered by collectors, this is filled with rhythmic drum work (similar to the Linder And Bohn album) and percussion combined with symphonic synth fusions that achieve amazing levels of creativity and intensity. The full 1975 album plus 5 bonus track.Now deleted this is the last copy
CD reissue of this rare German progressive rock album from 1978. Originally a private pressing, this CD is taken from the mastertapes and has one bonus track. Great spacious keyboard and guitar driven progressive Kraut rock that is reminiscent of the UK band Body.
Missing Link from Munich, discovered by Gerd Augustin, had on keyboards the well-known Dieter Miekautsch (from Embryo). He played the piano solo "Song for Ann" on their only album. The rest is progressive rock with mellotron, organ and saxophone. There already was a poor CD release on Living In The Past. The legitimate edition now has as bonus track the A-side of their only 7" single, "Friday on my mind", a very strange cover version of the Easybeats' hit (the B-side of the 7", "Kids hunting", was yet on the album). The keyboard player went on to join Missus Beastley.
Concert recording from September '74 that was broadcast on Bremen radio. This remastered CD has been produced from the station's master tapes. Missus Beastly at their most free and experimental, three tracks of extensive instrumental jazz rock. Highlights of the performance include the arrival of guitarist Eddy Marron, as Keyboardist Dieter Miekautsch left the group a few months earlier.
1974 self-titled album from German underground jazz-proggers Missus Beastly and by now the band had really moved into the Munich scene of the mid 70's playing long jams(like a livelier Passport) and having quite a groove-oriented sound.Produced by Dieter Dierks.
Laid back instrumental rock/jazz from Germany who sound like like Gong or Kraan. This is the band's reunited release after 20 years apart and they originally put out an album in 1976 called 'Rabanteuer'. Proving you can't keep a bunch of cosmic rockers down for ever!
Possibly one of the rarest German early '70s albums and certainly one of the best. Killer Kraut Rock with steel welding guitar solos and a Floyd like atmosphere.... The album title translated means "How To Commit Suicide..". Plus four bonus tracks.
Previously unreleased material by this well known German progressive rock band who were clearly inspired by Zappa, Soft Machine, King Crimson, Traffic and Family. All unreleased tracks from the band's archive recorded between 1971-1975, they have been re-processed for best sound quality. Long heavy proggy riffing with large amounts of guitar/keyboard/flute/sax improvisations. Rockin!!
Previously unreleased German jazz rock album from 1974. An inventive progressive fusion band that later evolved into Morpheus. A great importance is given to the free improvisations, so the individual musicians have a scope to express themselves on this jaming album. .
The well-known band from Munich. The best concert of their Italian tour 1972, played at the Teatro Biondo in Palermo on 26.5.1972. German progressive with strong jazz touch. With flute and organ. Top sound quality. Recorded between the releases of their second and third album.
Basically previously unreleased out-takes from their 1972 album 'Four Letter Monday Afternoon' - regarded by many as their best album and certainly their most ambitious. Long tracks that are jazzy psychedelic progressive explorations worthy of any collection with loads of hammond and assorted wind instrumentation. Regarded as one of the best '70's German bands.
Rare 1975 debut album from this German band formerly known as Nyrvana Pancake. Typical mid seventies progressive rock built on mutiple layered guitars, dynamic drumming and space rock instrumental breaks. Comes with detailed booklet and from the master tapes!
German progressive rock rarity from 1975 featuring ex members of Checkpoint Charlie and Prussic Acid. Six tracks of highly professional mellow pastoral progressive rock featuring English vocals, and acoustic and electric instruments, make up the original album. This CD adds eight bonus cuts and detailed historical notes. Nice album!
First volume of this official comp series of German psych / Kraut Rock taken from the masters with rare tracks by Dom, Pax Vobis, The Ooze, The Devils, Blues Ltd. and Scramp. Fully informative booklet.....
Another volume of obscure psyche gems featuring The Desperates, Tortilla Flat, The Giants, Chain and more. A varied mixture of Kraut rock, beat music and psychedelia covering 1966 to 1976. Detailed booklet.
The sixth part of this excellent series features incredibly obscure German acts (the type that never recorded any more than a 7"). Includes Blackmann Lane, Nyrvana, Al Capone and many others from the 1969-1977.
Another fine sampler, with a track apiece from Twilight, Eulenspygel, Albatross, Curly Curve, Xhol Caravan, Gila, Brainstorm, Erna Schmidt and Troya... Just the ticket to discover these Kraut Rock delights, without shelling out a fortune.
Rockin' good stoner/kraut label sampler of '70's German bands on the Garden Of Delights label. Gems by Brainstorm, Poseidon, Kalacakra, Erlkoenig, El Shalom, Hax Cel, Nine Days Wonder, Art Boys Collection and Analogy... A value for money compilation.
Continuing this successful series of 70's stoner/kraut rock bands on the Garden Of Delights label. Mega heavy tracks by Missus Beastly, Lily, Galaxy, Out Of Focus, Roland Kovac, Ardo Dombec, Freak Out, Morpheus and Agitation Free... Value for money compilation.
Bargain price 70's stoner/kraut rock compilation from the psychedelic progressive Garden of Delights label. This contains tracks from Agitation Free, Guru Guru, Roland Kovac, Brainstorm, Zomby Woof, Xhol, Think, Minotauras and Amon Duul II. An excellent way to discover some of the more obscure Krautrock bands.
Value for money priced sampler from the psychedelic progressive Garden of Delights label. Contains 70's German band's Agitation Free, Embryo, Magma, Trikolon, Panckake and more. An excellent way to discover some of the more obscure 70's Krautrock bands.
First official live release from these German Krautrock/jazz stalwarts (who emerged from the remnants of Tomorrow's Gift) that's a relaxed jazz/rock album much easier going in tone than the music of their earlier years. All instrumental tracks that owe much to the music of bands like Egg and Soft Machine.
Dating from 1971 this album is the second release by the mysterious Roland Kovac New Set from Munich who recorded much of their music for Sound Libraries. Jazzy instrumental progressive jams make up an album with only four tracks on it that will appeal to fans of complex instrumental jamming with guitar, Hammond etc. The first track is 17 minutes long! With detailed booklet in English.
Rare German album by these five musicians from Munich. Great '70's progressive sounding in places a bit like Gentle Giant. This was their only album, originally released in 1975. The bands rare 7" tracks are included as a bonus.
Cult underground psychedelic 60's legends from Switzerland related to Toad Brainticket and Les Sauterilles . This is their one and only album from 1969, containing a wide range of psychedelic and progressive styles. With dark passions and melancholic moods "Hey Mr Holy Man" is outstanding.Contains 3 bonus tracks. Sinister artwork illustration is the first record cover work of H.R. Giger.
1975 album from this Stuttgart based collective. Almost impossible to pigeonhole, this album contains cosmic spaciness, folk, symphonic progressiveness and other weird touches. Amazingly enough it seems to work! Originals are mega-rare, so this is a welcome reissue.
Welcome reissue of this hopelessly rare and obscure German offering from 1970. To describe this album as just a largely acoustic psychedelic experience would be like calling Jimi Hendrix just a guitarist. There's all sorts of incredibly weird shit on this album, that was rumoured to have Amon Düül involvement.
Second album, from 1972, from this rather strange and obviously very stoned German group who were similar to early Amon Düül. This second release is a heavily organ dominated psychedelic trip which incorporates some very weird sound effects and instrumental jamming. Oddly compelling!
Vocal Jazz rock with elements of funk, this album was released in 1975. A German band, their numbers included Werner Vogt (ex member of the virus), George Kochbek and Mickie Stickdorn. Released with two bonus tracks that originally came out on the Vlotho festival LP's 1976 and '77.
Highly collectable German underground psych band who made the classic "Ma-mari-huana" single and a super rare album in 1970, that was actually recorded in a studio and not live as the title suggests. This includes all the usual ingredients expected from this genre, free form guitar solos, Floyd like weirdness and unusual time signatures. In places the band have a garage psych sound, particularly on their famous single. Features five bonus tracks and fully annotated booklet.
Official reissue of this rare 1973 German/Hungarian prog-psych record. A blend of Pink Floyd like space rock and progressive folk rock with flute, violin and keyboards this is a great album that really is filled with 'variety' from trippy muiscal voyages through folk to blues. The underlying theme is psychedelic improvistaion and the band are red hot throughout. This reissue features detailed sleeve notes 2 bonus tracks and the original female-nude oil projection sleeve. English vocals. Far out.
1969 album from German underground band Trikolon. Progressive rock with a jazz edge, Gentle Giant and Brian Auger influences abound throughout. Hendrik Schaper later played with Passport. Comes with an additional bonus track and fully detailed booklet..
Super rare prog/kraut rock from Germany dating from 1976. Originally pressed in a quantity of 200 this album was only sold at gigs. It's a mixture of styles comparable to Novalis, Epidaurus or Murphy Blend. Melancholic and lyrical-classical influenced progressive folk-rock and certainly an album that will please fans of German '70's rock. Comes with detailed booklet. English vocals.
1980 release from a somewhat obscure Berlin based band. This sounds similar to Cluster or Ashra, with some striking guitar and sitar playing combining with female vocals and some ambitious studio electronic experimentation. Great album!
Another disinterment from Garden of Delights, this time of a 1975 album from a fairly obscure German band. This truly fine album ranges from full-blown trippy psychedelia through blues and folk to progressive melodic songs, and is definitely worthy of a reissue. (Don't let the pixies and unicorns on the cover put you off!) BARGAIN PRICE.
German speaking (despite them coming from Switzerland) blues rock from '75. Their only album, the illegal bootleg LP pales in comparison to the clean, sharp sound quality here. CD includes a bonus track taken from the sessions of the album. Features lyrics that utilise extracts from T.S. Elliot and Bert Brecht!
Reissue of the sole album by this Berlin-based band originally issued in 1971. Musically in style of early Pink Floyd, progressive but very psychedelic, long instrumental tracks. With female vocalist sounding a lot like Nico. One of the lost treasures from Germany and very much sought after!
Early 70's German progressive acid band which had 2 albums 'Revelation' and 'Thoughts' on the Pilz label. These live recordings were made for WDR radio in 1973. With lots of wild guitar, keyboard, and even sax solos over loose improvisations.
Unreleased studio and live tracks from these sophisticated German rockers. Tracks span from '71-'81, quite surprising considering they released their only LP in '83.All songs written by the band except for two tracks which use the words of Edgar Allan Poe.
The second album by this cult Kraut rock band was a live recording issued in 1970. It's just two long tracks filled with improvised jamming that's somewhere between Amon Düül and Embryo. Excellent stuff for lovers of guitar and keyboard jams. Includes a bonus track and a fully detailed booklet.
Concert from early 1969, recorded a few weeks before the band changed their name to the infinitely cooler Xhol Caravan (something Current 93 would reciprocate in 2002 by naming one of their many live abums 'Hot Buttered Xhol') Still featuring a few mod-style soul and jazz standards, but already leaning towards the psychedelia they would become renowned for (as exemplified by an early version of 'All Green').
Over 80 minutes of mindfreaking psychedelia and jazz, played in the spring of 1969 in Altena. Some short tracks are included but the majority of the recording is taken up b the 57-minute 'Freedom Opera' which inspired everyone from Magma to the Legendary Pink Dots. Front cover art depicts mainman Tim Belbe looking like Charles Manson!!
82 minutes (!!) of playing time as Xhol warp thy brain with three tracks, two of which have never been on CD before, recorded live at the Altena Castle Rock Festival 1970.Great version of "Electric Fun Fair" a staggering 37 minute version of Xholenium" and a 35 minute take on "I Can't Wait". Close your eyes and smell the passive smoke!! Great sound quality and cover artwork.
At last this album has been officially reissued with extra tracks! This is their first and best album from 1969. Stoned keyboard led instrumental progressive with a twisted psych edge. A bit like early Soft Machine and Arzachel in places.... Great psych sleeve art.... Klassic Kosmic Kraut sounds. Audion Magazine voted this reissue of the year.
What a find! Here is a colour TV show (SWF) by Xhol Caravan from 1970. Long improvisations with saxophone, flute, organ, bass and drums. Plus 2 bonus tracks from 2003 and 2004. All regions. PAL and NTSC, one on each side (double-sided disc). Deluxe double-fold-out digipak. Rights bought from SWF TV station. From the original masters.
Munich based band from the mid 70's their only album on Jupiter originally is now much sought after by collectors. So this is a welcome re-issue with four extra bonus tracks. Majestically sophisticated symphonic progressive rock with lots of keyboards. Very unique sound that will impress.
Available again after a long absence comes this stunning debut album from 1978. This German band were heavily influenced by the Canterbury jazz rock sound, and female singer and violin player Dorle Ferber took that sound further. Any serious Krautrock collector should not ignore this hidden gem.