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One of the odder relics of the Krautrock heyday of the early '70s, Heavy Christmas found itself reissued in 1997 as part of the overall revival of the said.
St. David's Ambience Society.
Various – Krautrock Karnival. Label: SAS Records – SAS5.
COLL Various Artists. The third part of the collection of classic 70-x rock-rock albums, released as part of the Original Album Series. Albums Doldinger's Motherhood "Motherhood", Diez & Bischof "Daybreak" and Dennis "Hyperthalamus" for the first time on CD. Kraut-rock is the direction of experimental and psychedelic rock music that arose in the late 1960s and early 1970s in West Germany.
Krautrock: Original Album Series. Original Album Series Vo. Krautrock Vo. : Original Album Series.
Krautrock - Marsby legend 2:30. Krautrock - Resignation 2:55. Krautrock - 8 years later 4:40. Krautrock - Senseless No. 6 4:54. Krautrock - Wall bungalow 2:41. Krautrock - Empty land 5:11. Krautrock - Groove inside 16:02. Brand new: lowest price.
МУЗЫКАЛЬНЫЙ ВИНЕГРЕТ: Artist, Band: Various Artists Title Of Album: The World Of Krautrock Vo. Year Of Release: 2012 Country: Germany Genre: Progressive Rock, Krautrock Format: Mp3, Flac (image+cue+log) Quality: 320 kbps, Lossless Total Time: 1. .
DVD/Video, released in 2005. Songs, Tracks Listing.
Krautrock is a broad label encompassing diverse sounds and artists that emerged in West Germany during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The music was partially inspired by broad cultural developments such as the revolutionary 1968 German student movement, with many young people having both political and aesthetic concerns. Youth rebelled against both dominant American. influence and conservative German entertainment like schlager music, seeking to liberate themselves from Germany's Nazi legacy in World War II and create a new popular culture . 'Krautrock - Cosmic Rock and its Legacy' by David Stubbs, Erik Davis, Michel Faber and various contributing authors. Published 2009 by Black Dog Publishing Limited, London.
|2||Traffic Control||Airport 71|
|3||Derailleur, King of the Mountain James Brooks / David Ireland||Appliance|
|4||The Deal||Ken Martin|
|5||Phaeton III - Utopia||Foreign Spaces|
|7||Soup du Jour||Cookin' with Kurt|
|8||Cinderella Manager||Damo Suzuki|
|9||The Devil Himself, Pt. 1||Bluesausageinfant|
|10||Ooo-Sky-Rah-Ket||Egg Yum Yum|
Credits:Abunai! - Performer, Primary Artist
Airport 71 - Primary Artist
Appliance - Performer, Primary Artist
Bluesausageinfant - Performer, Primary Artist
James Brooks - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Circle - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Cookin' with Kurt - Performer, Primary Artist
Charles Davis - Bass
Egg Yum Yum - Performer, Primary Artist
Foreign Spaces - Performer, Primary Artist
Peter Fuhry - Clarinet, Flute
Tommy Grenas - Bass, Synthesizer
David Ireland - Composer
David Ireland - Drums
Kubusschnitt - Performer
Ken Martin - Primary Artist
Ken Martin - Performer
Nebula Drone - Performer, Primary Artist
Michael Parker - Bass
Dan Parmenter - Bass
Nigel Pennington - Cover Art, Executive Producer
Brendan Quinn - Guitar
Kurt Stenzel - Synthesizer
Damo Suzuki - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Kris Thompson - Organ, Synthesizer
Joe Turner - Drums
Tom Vinelott - Performer
Dominik Von Senger - Guitar