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Wolfgang Dauner & Et CeteraKnirsch ... CD
MPS/Promising (Germany), 1972. New Copy ... $19.99
Mad MPS material from Wolfgang Dauner – right up there with some of the wildest records on the label during the 70s! The album's easily one of Dauner's most striking sessions – a set that has him handling a whole host of electric keyboards, and working with a group that also includes fuzzy guitar from Larry Coryell, bass from Gunter Lenz, and some really heavy drums from Jon Hiseman and Fred Braceful! Some moments are tight and funky, while others offer up a sweet spacey vibe – and overall, the album's got a perfect blend of MPS groove and some of the freakier, more far-reaching elements of the German scene at the time. The group take on a killer version of Coryell's classic "The Really Great Escape" – then roll into Dauner gems that include "Yin", "Sun", "Tuning Spread", and "Yan" – which features some guest voice and sound effects from Richard Ketterer. CD
Also available Knirsch ... LP 28.99

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Wolfgang Dauner & Et CeteraKnirsch ... LP
MPS/Long Hair (Germany), 1972. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $28.99
Mad MPS material from Wolfgang Dauner – right up there with some of the wildest records on the label during the 70s! The album's easily one of Dauner's most striking sessions – a set that has him handling a whole host of electric keyboards, and working with a group that also includes fuzzy guitar from Larry Coryell, bass from Gunter Lenz, and some really heavy drums from Jon Hiseman and Fred Braceful! Some moments are tight and funky, while others offer up a sweet spacey vibe – and overall, the album's got a perfect blend of MPS groove and some of the freakier, more far-reaching elements of the German scene at the time. The group take on a killer version of Coryell's classic "The Really Great Escape" – then roll into Dauner gems that include "Yin", "Sun", "Tuning Spread", and "Yan" – which features some guest voice and sound effects from Richard Ketterer. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Knirsch ... CD 19.99

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Wolfgang Dauner's Et CeteraEt Cetera (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Global/Long Hair (Germany), 1970. New Copy ... $19.99
Massive work from keyboardist Wolfgang Dauner – a player who's come a long way here since his piano trio records of the 60s! There's plenty of heavy fusion in the mix – Dauner on a variety of electric keys, and some very cool ring modulator, which makes for some really wild sounds – and other players include Sigi Schwab on guitars and sitar, and Eberhard Weber on bass – both heady bandmates who really share a lot of the same sensibilities as Wolfgang. There's a bit of spoken vocals on the record, but the main focus is highly instrumental, and very trippy – jamming, and a mix of jazz and prog modes – with all players handling a variety of different instruments throughout the session. Even wilder than Dauner's classic Oimels record for MPS – with tracks that include "Raga", "Mellodrama No 2A", "Lady Blue", and "Thursday Morning Sunrise". Bonus cuts include "Kabul", "Tau Ceti", and "Behind The Stage". CD

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✨✧ Wolfgang Dauner's Et CeteraEt Cetera (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Global/Long Hair (Germany), 1970. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Massive work from keyboardist Wolfgang Dauner – a player who's come a long way here since his piano trio records of the 60s! There's plenty of heavy fusion in the mix – Dauner on a variety of electric keys, and some very cool ring modulator, which makes for some really wild sounds – and other players include Sigi Schwab on guitars and sitar, and Eberhard Weber on bass – both heady bandmates who really share a lot of the same sensibilities as Wolfgang. There's a bit of spoken vocals on the record, but the main focus is highly instrumental, and very trippy – jamming, and a mix of jazz and prog modes – with all players handling a variety of different instruments throughout the session. Even wilder than Dauner's classic Oimels record for MPS – with tracks that include "Raga", "Mellodrama No 2A", "Lady Blue", and "Thursday Morning Sunrise". Bonus cuts include "Kabul", "Tau Ceti", and "Behind The Stage". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes one bonus track not on the CD!)
Also available Et Cetera (with bonus tracks) ... CD 19.99
 
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✨✧ PuppenhausJazz Macht Spazz (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Long Hair (Germany), 1973/1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Very cool work from this overlooked German combo – a group who were part fusion, part progressive, and who had a quality level to match bigger-name contemporaries like Embryo or Wolfgang Dauner's Et Cetera! The lineup here is completely free of vocals, which might almost make the record a jazz effort – save for the fact that the presentation is maybe more prog rock overall, as you might guess from the cover! Budi Siebert plays both flute and saxes, often in place of a "voice" on most tracks – and the rest of the lineup features keyboards, guitar, bass, and drums – all conventional instrumentation, but used in very freewheeling ways. Titles include "Jazz Macht Spazz", "Let The Pig Out", "Anfang", "Swingende Elefantenkompanie", and the seventeen minute "Improvisationen". CD also features two long bonus tracks – "Funfal Schnitzel Mit Pommes Frites" and "Sabanone". CD
 
 
 



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