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    Electrip was released in 1969, the same year as the Amon Düül II's Phallus Dei and CAN's Monster Movie, which makes Electrip one of the very first albums to fall within the genre of Krautrock The band successfully draw from an incredibly diverse list of contemporaries to create their astonishing sound Album opener "Electric Fun...
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    This album is a bit difficult to pigeonhole, as most of the early Embryo work is The opening number sounds if anything, like an outtake from Miles Davis' Jack Johnson soundtrack, but with lead guitar sound more prominant Then, gears are switched, and you are listening to acoustic folk guitar and sitar, which melts into a cool...
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    A much sought-after classic first LP by Gila, neatly recorded in Dieter Dierks' studio in Stommeln in the summer of 1971 The album is largely instrumental The 68-page booklet in LP size contains a long report of keyboarder Fritz Scheyhing, the last surviving Gila member, looking back at the band's history, and a number of...
  • The band began in 1974 in Hagen but unfortunately this excelent album was emerged only in 1978, when progressive rock was not more in "fashion" Then this first work is sadly also the last A similar problem that happened with Locanda delle Fate and his masterpiece "Forse Le Lucciole Non Si Amano Più" Since then Albatros is almost...
  • "Missus Beastly from Herford were among the most famous German psychedelic and jazz-rock bands, with the most confusing history of all of them Their first LP released on CPM in 1970 - without any title, just like the second LP in 1974 - had a beautiful red cover artwork and is traded today at around 1000 euros A certain Henry C...
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    Now also on vinyl (previously only on CD!), here are the 1971 recordings by Switzerland's Drum Circus, featuring master drummer Peter Giger joined by Brainticket-members Joel Vandroogenbroeck and Carole Muriel This is a druggy affair with LSD-dripping lyrics that were partly written by Timothy Leary and partly influenced by 'The...

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