of LONG HAIR
A vinyl–reissue of the spaced–out second album by the legendary Krautrock unit from Bonn, originally released in 1975. The music can be decribed as heavy blues–rock with a garagey toughness, an emphasis on psychedelic sonorities and trippy hippie vocals. This edition comes with remastered sound and an insert featuring the band’s story and rare images.
Vinyl reissue of the one and only album by this pre–Lucifer’s Friend outfit. Cool German psychedelic rock from 1971! These guys were also involved in highly rated exploitation groups/projects s.a. Electric Food, Hell Preachers Inc., Bokaj Retsiem and Pink Mice. This first official release of the album on vinyl also includes two bonus tracks, taken from the 7–inch ’Everybody’ b/w ’If I Could ...
Great eponymous album (1971) of this great band from Denmark. Same titles as on the CD. For further details see there. Blast Furnace, originally recorded in 1971, plus one bonus track: This is one of the best Danish albums, now for the first time released on LP. From the original master tape, remastered in super–bit–mapping sound quality. Brilliant song writing in the tradition of "The Beatles", ...
This is the first official and legal reissue on vinyl of Gift’s second album "Blue Apple" from 1974. On their second album Gift added a keyboard player and a second guitarist. Still hard rocking the music became a lot more progressive with wonderful guitar riffs and brilliant keyboard play. The album is not a typical Krautrock offer but more British hard rock oriented but with that special German vein which we all ...
Originally released in 1972 on well known German Bacillus Label and for the first time legally reissued on vinyl, the sole album by Frankfurt based band Haze is a typical one of the Bacillus Records sound. Bacillus deemed them as important, in that they presented the LP in a unique cover –an LP size transparancy slide in the style used by Agfa.
The extraordinary artwork sleeve was designed by Walter Seyffer of Nine ...
This is an official reissue of Message’s third album from 1975, remastered from original master tape out of the vaults of Warner Music Germany. A little bit less hard–rock, more prog and slightly jazzy but also song–oriented.
This is an official reissue of Message` fourth album from 1976, remastered from original master tape out of the vaults of Warner Music Germany. A little bit less hard–rock, more prog and a bit more jazz rock but also song–oriented Message` fourth album "Synapse is fantastic and in competition for their best album beside their eponymous album from 1975.
On "Synapse" Message play a combination of ...
Originally released in 1970 Nosferatus sole album is a true highlight of the early Krautrock–era. The six musicians (a. o. Christan Felke, sax & flute, later with Epsilon and organ–player Reinhard Grohe, later with Papa Zoot Band) played a raw, rough and heavy progressive style. Some regard it as one of the best heavy progressive records to be made in Germany.
With great guitar and organ playing and highly ...
Originally released as a private pressing and on label , Contraband" Orange Wedges 1st album , Wedge" features 7 songs full of driving guitars and strong vocals. Orange Wedge hailed from Baltimore, Maryland, U.S., where they formed in 1968. They released 2 albums (CD release 2nd album , No One Left But Me", Long Hair LHC 68). Both albums show a mix of long and short songs and lots of loud guitars.
The first official vinyl reissue of the second album by German progressive/symphonic band Satin Whale. Including contributions from American singer Ken Taylor, ’Lost Mankind’ is an essential piece of German mid–’70s rock. The album was originally released by Telefunken/Decca’s subsidiary Nova in 1975.
In 1977 Satin Whale played concerts all over Germany and three concerts had been taken place in Cologne, Mönchengladbach and Hamburg. The recordings of this live double album are taken from these three concerts. The band gave everything and really rocked out. The title "Perception", already extensive on the first album Desert Places is extended to lovely 19 minutes and "Hava Nagila" based on a Hebrew folksong ...
The sole studio album by this interesting Kraut duo, originally from 1972, sees a welcome reissue on vinyl. Sixty Nine played a mixture of symphonic prog and Krautrock, dominated by appealing vocals, exceptional Hammond organ outings and powerful drumming. Whether you like Frumpy, The Nice, Beggars Opera, Atomic Rooster or Deep Purple, be sure to check this one out!
Think from Marl, Germany was founded in 1971 by 3 Germans, 2 Hungarians and 1 Czech. The group fused together their different cultures into complex progressive rock featuring flute, violin and guitars in a richly folky and classical intoned style, reminding of bands like It’s A Beautiful Day, Pell Mell, but also of Bacillus groups like Omega, Nektar or Epsilon. The album comes with a comprehensive bandstory by drummer ...
Originally issued in 1970, the first album by German band Tomorrow’s Gift is a true Krautrock classic. It contains long, powerful tracks with plenty of guitar, organ, flute and drum solos. And of course there are Ellen Meyer’s strong vocals which bring to mind Frumpy’s Inga Rumpf, or Janis Joplin. Indeed, Tomorrow’s Gift and Frumpy had a lot in common musically, and both are highly appreciated by genre ...