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Ash Ra Tempel (D) / Ash Ra Tempel: Starring Rosi (1973)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:45:51 AM »
Ash Ra Tempel: Starring Rosi (1973)

Fifth release by this famous German "Kraut Rock" band.

Recorded: Juli-August 1973, Stommeln

Trackinfo:

1.Laughter Loving   08:00     
2.Day Dream   05:21     
3.Schizo   02:47     
4.Cosmic Tango   02:06     
5.Interplay Of Forces   08:58     
6.The Fairy Dance   03:07     
7.Bring Me Up   04:33

Performed by:

Manuel Göttsching (guitar, vocals, bass, piano, mellotron, congas, synthesizer)
Rosi (voice, vibraphone, concert harp)
Harald Grosskopf (drums)
Dieter Dierks (bass, persussion)



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Ash Ra Tempel (D) / Ash Ra Tempel: Seven Up (1973)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:44:19 AM »
Ash Ra Tempel: Seven Up (1973)

Fourth release by this famous German "Kraut Rock" band.

Recorded: August 1972, Berne/Switzerland

Trackinfo:

1.Space   15:55     
2.Time   21:37   

Performed by:

Timothy Leary, Brian Barritt, Liz Elliot, Bettina Hohls (voices)
Michael Duwe (voice, flute)
Portia Nkomo (voice dubbed during the mix)
Manuel Göttsching (guitar, electronics)
Hartmut Enke (bass, guitar, electronics)
Steve Schroeder (organ, electronics)
Dietmar Burmeister (drums)
Tommy Engel (drums dubbed during the mix)
Klaus D. Mueller (tambourine)
Dieter Dierks (synthesizer dubbed during the mix)



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Ash Ra Tempel (D) / Ash Ra Tempel - Schwingungen (1972)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:42:48 AM »
Ash Ra Tempel - Schwingungen (1972)

Second release by this famous German "Kraut Rock" band.

Recorded: February 1972, Stommeln

Trackinfo:

1.Light: Look at your Sun   06:34     
2.Darkness: Flowers must die   12:22     
3.Suche & Liebe   19:23

Performed by:

Manuel Göttsching (guitar)
Hartmut Enke (bass)
Wolfgang Mueller (drums)
& guest: John L (vocals, jew harp, percusssion)
Matthias Wehler (alto sax)
Uli Popp (bongos)



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Abel Ganz (Scotland) / Abel Ganz - Abel Ganz (2014)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:37:58 AM »
Abel Ganz - Abel Ganz, was released on 30-06-2014.

Tracklist:

1 Delusions of Grandeur
2  Obsolescence Pt.i Sunrise
                         Pt.ii Evening
                         Pt.iii Close Your Eyes
                         Pt.iv The Dream
                         Pt.v Dawn
3  Spring
4  Recuerdos
5  Heartland
6  End of Rain
7  Thank You
8  A Portion of Noodles
9  Unconditional
10 The Drowning

Line-up:

Stuart Mick MacFarlane - vocals, guitars
Denis Smith - drums, vocals
Stevie Donnelly - bass
Stephen Lightbody - keyboards
Davie Mitchell - guitar

with

Jerry Donahue (ex-Fairport Convention) - guitar

Also see: http://www.abelganz.com/ & http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/abelganz

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Jerome Froese (Germany) / Jerome Froese - Shiver Me Timbers (2007)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:35:17 AM »
Jerome Froese's second solo album called "Shiver me timbers" was released at the end of April, 2007. The album contains 10 titles with a total lenght of 64 minutes and 17 seconds. Cover artwork by Monique Froese.

Tracklisting:

01. Economical with the truth - 06mn 55s
02. A mellow morning - 06mn 36s
03. Mrs. Misty Kiss - 06mn 33s
04. Colorless green ideas sleep furiously - 05mn 51s
05. Daisy's Drug - 08mn 10s
06. Ye gods and little fishes - 04mn 19s
07. Haunting your home and neighborhood - 09mn 32s
08. Through love and deed - 06mn 0s
09. Playing for penalties - 05mn 20s
10. Strictly from nowhere - 04mn 40s

Like on "Neptunes" everything you hear is mainly based on guitars but in some places it sounds quite different to its predecessor. You'll find spheric guitar walls and arppegios as well as distorted and disturbing moments. "Shiver me timbers"  opens another chapter which is definitely linked to Jerome's handwriting.

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Peter Baumann (D) / Peter Baumann - Repeat Repeat (1981)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:32:16 AM »
Peter Baumann - Repeat Repeat (1981)

Repeat Repeat is Peter Baumann´s third solo album.

Release info:

Germany   
1981: Virgin/Ariola
LP: 204 014

Tracklist:

1.   Repeat Repeat   3:43
2.   Home Sweet Home   3:44
3.   Deccadance   3:11
4.   Realtimes   3:25
5.   M.A.N. Series Two   3:37
6.   Brain Damage   2:45
7.   Kinky Dinky   3:14
8.   Daytime Logic   2:51
9.   Playland Pleasure   3:27
10.   What Is Your Use?   3:30

Performer credits:

Peter Baumann - synthesizer, keyboards, programming

with:

Carsten Bohn - drums & keyboards
Ritchie Flieger - guitar
Mike Dawe - drums
John Tropea - guitar
Linda Kay Brynan - vocals

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Peter Baumann (D) / Peter Baumann - Romance 76 (1976)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:31:22 AM »
Peter Baumann - Romance 76 (1976)

Romance 76 was Peter Baumann´s first solo album.

Release info:

Germany   
1976: Virgin/Ariola
LP: 28 311 XOT

Tracklist:

1.   Bicentennial Present   4:46
2.   Romance   6:02
3.   Phase By Phase   7:35
4.   Meadow Of Infinity, Part One   5:10
5.   The Glass Bridge   3:27
6.   Meadow Of Infinity, Part Two   5:43

Performer credits:

Peter Baumann - All instruments

with:

Members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra

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Steve Hackett (UK) / Steve Hackett ‎– A Doll That's Made In Japan (1984)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:27:34 AM »
A Doll That's Made In Japan is a 1984 single release by Steve Hackett, taken from the album Till We Have Faces.

I own two different versions of this release:

Release info 12":

Label: Lamborghini Records ‎– 12LMG 16
Format: 12" Vinyl
Country: UK
Year: 1984

Tracklist:

A-side: A Doll That's Made In Japan - 5:55

B-side: Just The Bones - 6:58

Release info 7":

Label: Lamborghini Records ‎– LMG 16
Format: 7" Vinyl
Country: UK
Year: 1984

Tracklist:

A-side: A Doll That's Made In Japan - 3:58

B-side: A Doll That's Made In Japan (Instrumental) - 2:12

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Huis (Canada) / Huis -Biography
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:17:50 AM »
A short Bio on Huis, taken from the band´s website:

Huis ("home doors" in french, and "house" in dutch) is a five member musical project officially formed by Pascal Lapierre and Michel Joncas at the end of 2009, after an oustanding and inspiring trip in the Netherlands.

At that time, they decided to put on tape (read hard drive!) some ideas they had in mind since a long time. Over time, three other talented musicians, William Régnier, Sylvain Descôteaux and Michel St-Père, joined the band, each one bringing a special touch to Huis’ sound.
 
In 2014, the band released his first album, Despite Guardian Angels.
 
After receiving rave reviews for Despite Guardian Angels, the group began to work on the second album, Neither in Heaven, released in April 2016.
 
In the fall of 2014, keyboardist and founding member, Pascal Lapierre, had to leave for family reasons. Benoît Dupuis (Mystery) came replace him temporarily for the following months. In October 2015, Johnny Maz officially joined the band as keyboardist.
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Fractal Mirror (NL) / Fractal Mirror - Slow Burn 1 (2016)
« Last post by ObiwanKenomi on July 17, 2016, 09:04:58 AM »
On March 18, 2016, Fractal Mirror released their third CD called Slow Burn 1.

Slow Burn 1 consists of 11 new tracks reflecting a mix of progressive, rock, pop and indie influences.  Slow Burn 1 was produced and mixed by Brett Kull of Echolyn fame, mastered by Larry Fast (Synergy) and features a number of guest musicians to support the continuing evolution of their sound.

For more details on this new release, check out: http://www.fractalmirror.net/home.html

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