of LONG HAIR
18 KARAT GOLD
Long Hair is proudly to present for the first time as official reissues the legendary album "All Bumm" by German supergroup 18 Karat Gold. Studio musician Keith Forsey on drums (Hallelujah/Amon Düül II), Bass genius Lothar Meid (Amon Düül II), Jörg Evers (guitar) from Embryo and American – German guitar talent Klaus Ebert on lead guitar born out of the prolific Munich music scene. Famous German music magazine ...
’Dilivium’ is another mysterious, dark stoner rock effort from ’70s Germany. Ainigma’s only album is a pure krautrock classic, totally explosive in terms of emotions, obviously rocking and lovely psychedelic. This remastered version comes with comprehensive band story by band mastermind Willy Klüter and a lot of photos.
Official reissue of this German rock classic album from 1971 by Hamburg quintet Alcatraz, coming with an additional track, recorded in 1972 at the Windrose Dumont studio in Hamburg. Alcatraz largely instrumental music was related to Miles Davis "In A Silent Way", early King Crimson and Soft Machine. Most successful was the 12 minutes "Simply Headphone Mind". The 13 minutes title track was a long improvisation ...
For the first time as a reissue on vinyl: The first and eponymous album of classical rock influenced great German krautrockers Amos Key. Amos Key owed great debts to Bach, Beethoven and Schumann, adding a heavy krautrock twist to a music closely resembling the Nice or Egg, full of angst and weird psychedelic and space–rock touches (Freeman Brothers: In A Crack In The Cosmic Egg). Amos Key lived in Munich and consisted of ...
On vinyl, this is a superb reissue of the self–titled 1973 debut–album by the legendary female fronted Krautrock unit from Bonn, Germany. The music is heavy early–’70s rock with plenty of fuzzy freak–outs. This full–length includes the classic track ’Rare Girl’, which features 20 minutes of high octane rock jamming. Coming with remastered sound, this version includes a bonus track ...
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 ...
Originally released on small label "Aronda" in 1972 Dzyans eponymous 1st Album was their most rock oriented one. Similar to their SWF–recordings 6 month later Dzyan played a slightly jazzy form of progressive rock with hints of Wolfgang Dauner, flashes of Zappas Hot Rats and even some Van Der Graaf Generator styled saxophone–fronted diversions.
As the Freeman Brothers write in their classic book ...
Dzyan recorded 3 albums between 1972 and 1974. Each album they released was quiet different. After the release of the first album the line–up changed and Eddy Marron was the new guitarist. The SWF–session reminds a lot to their first album. Dzyan played a slightly jazzy form of progressive rock with flashes of Zappas Hot Rats and even some VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR saxophone– fronted diversions. These radio studio ...
Originally released in 1974 on famous German label Bacillus, Dzyans third and final album, ELECTRIC SILENCE is recognized for its daring world beat elements, and totally acidic album cover art. Dzyan refined their sound even further into improvisation and exotic sounds, mixed with weird experimentations and mysticism. ELECTRIC SILENCE offers other–worldly music of incredible beauty and strangeness, influenced by the music ...
Originally released in 1973 on famous German label Bacillus, Dzyans 2nd album "Time Machine" showed a "new" Dzyan line–up consisting of guitar player Eddy Marron (also playing a lot of other string instruments), bass genius, band founder and "mastermind" Reinhard Karwatky and drummer Peter Giger.
Produced by Peter Hauke and recorded and mixed by great engineer Dieter Dierks the trio ...
This is a real gem and a long lost jewel in the history of psychedelic and electronic space music. Emerald Web comprised the husband and wife duo of Bob Stohl and Kat Epple. The music features lots of trippy flute and synthesizer soundscapes, with the odd vocal track thrown in for good measure. Expect a unique sound fitting somewhere in between Tangerine Dream, Popol Vuh, and the ’Blade Runner’ soundtrack, all ...
Exmagma’s eponymous first album, recorded in 1972 and released in 1973, reminds a lot of late ’60s Soft Machine. Others compare the album to Wolfgang Dauner’s output or tracks by Et Cetera. Exmagma’s music goes beyond jazz and rock, using a wealth of effects and electronic gadgets. This reissue comes with a replica of the original 8–page insert and sticker.
This is the first official and legal reissue on vinyl of Gift’s first and eponymous album. Originating in Augsburg (Bavaria, Southern Germany) circa 1969 as Phallus Dei they changed name to Gift in 1972 just to fulfil the contract with label Tel Dec (German Decca), who doesn’t want a group with a dirty name. They did a lot of concerts in the early 70s and performed on nearly all big festivals in the southern area of ...