söndag, december 28, 2008

Tyskt progressivt från 1971 del 2

Vi fortsätter att trampa tysk mark under det gyllene året 1971. Välkommen till del två i vår underbara och svårgenomträngliga, snåriga resa på jakten efter tysk musik när den var som bäst; året in München OS.

Haze med albumet "Haze". Recorded in 1971, this German album is a complex progressive rock effort with plenty of excellent guitar playing and a bizarre vocal style.

Freak Out´s album "Life". "Freak Out were a relatively short-lived German rock band and were Robert Musenbichler on guitar and background vocals, Peter Musenbichler on guitar and lead vocals, Max Wei?enbäck on sax, Charly Dienes on drums, Mike Gärtner on bass, and Ivan Miholić on percussion.
This, their live release, is also their only album released. Filled mostly with covers, Life does feature two pieces that the band composed, "Jamming Brother" and "Crazy Colours Of Life." "Jamming Brother" appeared on the band's 7" single, as "Jaming Brothers," and is included as a bonus track here along side the single's flip, the above mentioned "Crazy Colours…."

2 kommentarer:

Clas sa...

Har du rökat dina strumpor nu igen, Rick?!

Rick sa...

Nej.