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Kraftwerk/Organization-Tone Float-'70 Krautrock-NEW LP 180g

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Kraftwerk/Organization-Tone Float-'70 Krautrock-NEW LP 180g

Organization / Tone Float (Kraftwerk)

NEW LP REISSUE

Kraftwerk (Organization) - Tone Float.

ISPLP2201    ORGANISATION    TONE FLOAT    180G LP

Classically trained musicians Florian Schneider and Ralf Hütter formed Organisation in 1968. Their music was a mixture of sounds, feedback and rhythm. The band took part in various performances at art galleries and universities.

They recorded one album for RCA Victor early 1970. The line up was Fred Monicks on drums, Butch Hauf on bass, Basil Hammoudi on percussion, Florian Schneider on flute and violin and Ralf Hütter on organ. The original sales were poor but nowadays it is highly sought after and many bootleg releases exist.

After Organisation Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider continued as Kraftwerk.
Welcome vinyl reissue of pre-Kraftwerk psychedelic space music. Lashings of flute, keyboards, various electric instruments and percussion take you on a spaced out voyage. Incredibly rare as an original....

On Tone Float (which was recorded in 1969), Florian (credited with playing flute and a variety of acoustic percussion) and Ralf (organ) were joined by percussionists Basil Hammoudi and Fred Monicks, and bassist Butch Hauf. Hammoudi is also credited with vocals, though he doesn't really sing any words; he just chants from time to time.

Deutsch Rock band, Organisation is often referred to as the prototype or predecessor of Kraftwerk – the godfathers of electronic music. In fact it was the first iteration of Kraftwerk and if the band had managed to overrule its record label, RCA, Tone Float would have been credited as such. But given that the album was to be released only in the United Kingdom, the label opted for the more Anglicized name, ‘Organisation’. Tone Float is the only album produced under this name and is a seminal example of the genre. Audiences in West Germany were fortunate enough to watch and listen to the whole album, played live for German television station, EDF and it is this broadcast featured here. The bonus track - Vor Dem Blauen Bock (more accurately, Rückstoß Gondoliere), is a notable rarity in that it includes a later Organisation line-up consisting of Kraftwerk’s Florian Schneider and Klaus Dinger and Michael Rother who would go on to form the band, Neu!


Organisation ‎– Tone Float
Label:
Inner Space (4) ‎– ISPLP2201
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country:
Germany
Released:
21 Feb 2020
Genre:
Rock
Style:
Krautrock

Artist: ORGANISATION
Title: Tone Float
Cat. No: ISPLP2201
Format : 180g black vinyl, in sleeve with insert
Barcode : 5053547220122
Release Date: Back in stock
Legendary 1970 Krautrock classic
Long-awaited vinyl re-issue
Full colour insert with background notes and images.


Tracklist
A1     Tone Float     20:38
A2     Milk Rock     05:24
B1     Silver Forest     03:18
B2     Rhythm Salad     04:04
B3     Noitasinagro     07:46
    Bonus Track
B4     Vor Dem Blauen Bock (Beat Club TV-Theme Mai 1971)     11:16


Notes
obterdictum
Manufactured Under License From ODL

Sticker in Front:
- Pressed On 180G Black Vinyl
- Long Awaited Vinyl Reissue
- Full Colour 2PP Insert With Background Notes And Images
- Includes Bonus Track " Vor Dem Blauen Bock"


Barcode and Other Identifiers

    Barcode: 5053547220122

Side one
Tone Float
Milk Rock

Side two
Silver Forest
Rhythm Island
Noitasinagro
Bonus track;
Vor Dem Blauen Bock
(Beat Club TV Theme, May 1971)
Ralf Hutter – organ
Basil Hammoudi – glockenspiel, conga gong, musical box, bangos-voice


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