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 Deuter-Princess Of Dawn/Soundtrack-'72 Ambient,Krautrock-NEW LP

Deuter ‎– Princess Of Dawn / Soundtrack
Black Sweat Records ‎– BS041
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
09 Mar 2018
Electronic, Rock
Ambient, Krautrock

New Lp-edition of an obscure un-released library of the early ‘70s. Together with Florian Fricke, Peter Michael Hamel and Stephan Micus, Deuter is certainly the main responsible of a fruitful encounter between European sensibility and Eastern aesthetics in the German music of the 1970s.

Soundtrack was originally produced by Kuckuck in 1973 not for an official and public release, but as a “library” to be used for films, TV and radio. As a library it respects the canonical and typological structure of the genre with 26 short sonic fragments, sequences imagined and conceived like fulminating illuminations. There’s still a solid electronic vocation that, however, has put aside the most disruptive effluvia of D (1971) of pure “kraut” ancestry. In fact, the album is more like an ideal passing bridge between some ritual instances of the previous Aum (1972) and the following successful phase of Deuter during the period when he stays in the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh’s ashram in Poona realizing, in parallel to a renewed inner life, masterpieces like Celebration, Haleakala, Ecstasy and Silence is the Answer. Musically speaking, Soundtrack presents itself as a heterogeneous work with nocturnal, cinematic, galactic and atmospheric-environmental implications. Electronics remains the predominant factor but can vary from mantra drones of more ceremonial and meditative “space-relax” tones of some tracks (Triad, Deep Sea, Gothic Velvet or Evening) to the most amused formulations of pulsating analog synths that in the hands of Deuter become “toy-equipement” to modulate and explore (Desert Rock, Synth Effect, Flea Dance or Laser). There is no lack of acoustic moments more ethnically inspired with Arabian and Indian (Reed, Arabia) or devotionally solar themes (Tom Bombaddils Dance), so evoking an air of diffuse peace then completely conquered in the beloved India.

A1     Princess Of Dawn     1:15
A2     Winter Sun     1:56
A3     Triad     1:03
A4     Tom Bombadills Dance     3:44
A5     Pearls     2:09
A6     Arabia     3:34
A7     Cray-Fish     1:51
A8     Deep Sea     3:05
A9     Starlight     2:16
B1     Phoenix     1:57
B2     Hoodle-Doodle     0:49
B3     Gotic Velvet     2:37
B4     Green Cherub     2:57
B5     Desert-Rock     0:50
B6     Synthi-Effect     0:32
B7     Flea-Dance     0:27
B8     Flea-Dance II     0:35
B9     Laser     0:35
B10     Up And Down     0:35
B11     Desert-Rock II     0:35
B12     Kolibri     1:05
B13     Elefantentempel     2:35
B14     Reed     1:30
B15     Singing Bell     1:35
B16     Evening     2:10
B17     Together     2:55

Companies, etc.

    Lacquer Cut At – SST GmbH


    Design [Graphic] – Vito Manolo
    Music By – Georg Deuter*

Originally released in 1972 by Kuckuck Schallplatten.

It should be noted that "Phoenix" is the last track on side A, not the first track on side B (as the track listing on the back cover and side B record label indicates).

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