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 Eulenspygel-Ausschuss-'72 Krautrock-NEW LP

Eulenspygel ‎– Ausschuss
Long Hair ‎– LHC276
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo
Krautrock, Prog Rock
Ausschuss (Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo)


The record company came up with the idea to have the second album recorded in the Apple Studios In London, instead of in a crummy German studio. At the beginning of April 1972 Eulenspygel went to London by train with their string instruments to start the recordings. lntercord had booked the band for only five days in the studio: for the German and English (TRASH on Long Hair LHC 277) versions of the album. "Abfall", 22 minutes sole track on Side 1 is a long suite which is really a Rock Opera Of sorts about orphans. A haunting intro with mellotron as spoken German words join in. The Music kicks in around 2 minutes. Vocals before 3 1/2 minutes as it settles some flute too. Lt Turns experimental as the vocals stop. The atmosphere stops before 9 minutes as strummed Guitar takes over followed by flute then vocals 16 1/2 minutes in. Some heavy organ before 12 1/2 minutes with electric guitar, drums and a full sound. Great. lt then picks up with vocals Including some chunky bass. lt settles back L6 L/2 minutes in with floating organ and almost Spoken vocals. lt's building and the vocals sound so good here. Very powerful and opera-like. It settles again after L9 minutes with organ and a beat as the mellotron joins in. incredible Track! Track one on side 2 "Menschenmacher" is very much a riff-driven track and pretty Straightforward. Vocals are the foetus as the organ, drums and guitar help out. The organ solo Followed by the guitar solo later on, great stuff. "Teufelskreis" is

a cool sounding tune with the Vocals sounding more laid back as the drums and acoustic guitar offer up some energy. Sitar Before 6 3./2 minutes to the end. "Herzliches Beileid" has a beat as reserved and melancholic Vocals join in. The organ replies the vocals, but they switch back again after 2 minutes. "Der Fremde" opens with organ as the guitar joins in. lt kicks in hard around a minute then settles back with vocals. Excellent Spoken words after 4 minutes then it all picks up again, "Untertanenfabrik" has a good heavy intro and the vocals come and go. Mellotron before 2 Minutes as we get this haunting mood taking over. Guitar before 3 minutes then organ. Vocals are back late; this is a masterpiece of a Krautrock album. The instrumentation on this Album is vast as well with some sitar, lots of mellotron, violin, flute and hand percussion. According to the liner notes during this recording they borrowed Rod Argents keyboards (who was in Abbey Road Studios at the same time)....also explains the heavy and wonderful Keyboard work on this album. This is clever ever-changing 70's vintage krautrock which we Guarantee will make you smile! This might be just simply one of the best Krautrock albums You have ever heard. Album comes with exact reproduct


Position     Title/Credits     Duration
A     Abfall

    Percussion – Danny Bridgemen*

B1     Menschenmacher

    Bass – Anthony Grout-Smith

B2     Teufelskreis

    Bass – Anthony Grout-SmithGuitar – Mulo MaulbetschPercussion – Danny Bridgemen*

B3     Herzliches Beileid

    Lead Vocals [Solo-Gesang] – Karlheinz Großhans

B4     Der Fremde

    Performer – Sylvia Nebel

B5     Untertanenfabrik     3:55

    Bass – Ronnie Libal*
    Design Concept [Cover-Idee] – Wolfgang M. Schmidt
    Drums, Percussion – Günter Klinger
    Engineer [Tonassistent] – Dan Bridgemen*
    Engineer [Toningenieur] – John E. Mills*
    Flute, Recorder [Blockflöte], Alto Saxophone [Altsaxophon], Crumhorn [Krummhorn], Vocals – Cornelius Hauptmann
    Guest [Gäste], Drums – Unknown Artist
    Guitar, Mellotron, Violin, Sitar, Vocals, Recorder [Blockflöte] – James "Till" Thurow*
    Guitar, Vocals – Detlev Nottrodt
    Lead Vocals [Sologesang] – Mulo Maulbetsch
    Music By [Musik], Lyrics By [Text], Arranged By [Arrangements] – Eulenspygel
    Organ, Synthesizer, Vocals – Karlheinz Großhans
    Photography By [Fotos] – Joschi Jaehnike, Wolfgang M. Schmidt
    Producer [Produzenten] – Peter Springer, Wolfgang M. Schmidt

Gimmick Gatefold sleeve
Barcode and Other Identifiers

    Barcode: 4 035177 002768
    Label Code: LC 11329
    Rights Society: GEMA

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