Comprehensive and first cross-label documentation of the only relevant German contribution to the international phenomenon of rock music. Progressive Rock from Germany! Never before has there been a comparable compilation! Towards the end of the 1960s, German bands began their first attempts to emancipate themselves stylistically from their US and British role models.
Comprehensive and first cross-label documentation of the only relevant German contribution to the international phenomenon of rock music. Progressive Rock from Germany! Never before has there been a comparable compilation! Towards the end of the 1960s, German bands began their first attempts to emancipate themselves stylistically from their US and British role models.
5397102176210

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Format: CD
Label: BFY
Rel. Date: 03/13/2020
UPC: 5397102176210

Teil 1 Kraut!: Die Innovativen Jahre Des Krautrock 1968-1979 (Various)
Artist: Teil 1 Kraut! Die Innovativen Jahre Des / Various
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Lucifer's Friend - Ride The Sky
2. Atlantis - Rock'n Roll Preacher
3. Michael Rother - Flammende Herzen
4. Tomorrow's Gift - Ants
5. Ikarus - Mesentery
6. Cravinkel - Keep On Running
7. Silberbart - Chub Chub Cherry
8. Novalis - Wer Schmetterlinge lachen hört
9. Ougenweide - Ouwe 1
10. Ramses - La Leyla 1
11. Frumpy - How The Gipsy Was Born 1
12. AR ; Machines - Schönes Babylon (Beautiful Babylon) 1
13. Nektar - Desolation Valley 1
14. Eloy - The Light From Deep Darkness 1
15. Galaxy - Supermarket 1
16. Gash - A Young Man's Gash (Part 2) 1
17. Thirsty Moon - Big City 1
18. Percewood's Onagram - Braindrops Won't Kill The Fire 1
19. Missus Beastly - Uncle Sam 2
20. Abacus - Capuccino 2
21. Abacus - Souls Married To The Wind

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Comprehensive and first cross-label documentation of the only relevant German contribution to the international phenomenon of rock music. Progressive Rock from Germany! Never before has there been a comparable compilation! Towards the end of the 1960s, German bands began their first attempts to emancipate themselves stylistically from their US and British role models.