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La DusseldorfViva (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Teldec/4 Men With Beards, 1978. New Copy (reissue)... $18.99
A bit of a shift for La Dusseldorf, but a good one too – and a record that has the group reaching even more towards some of the punkish directions initially inspired by their music! The sound's less stretched-out than before – shorter tunes, often with a bit more force, especially on the vocals – but the overall approach is still heavy on the driving drums we love from La Dusseldorf – played live, with a very human feel, but with a forward-moving feel that's clearly an inspiration for later drum machine styles. The group produced this record themselves, so the sound's a bit different than their work with Conny Plank – and they layer in electronics and experimental bits in just the right way – creating complicated textures of sound that must have been mindblowing for the late 70s scene. Titles include "Viva", "Cha Cha 2000", "Geld", "Vogel", "Rheinita", and "White Overalls". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ BrahmsConcerto In D Major For Violin & Cello In A Minor Op 102 – Jascha Heifetz/Gregor Piatigorsky/Alfred Wallenstein/RCA Victor Symphony ... LP
RCA/Teldec (Germany), 1961. Very Good ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(US red label stereo pressing. Includes booklet.)

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✨✧ La DusseldorfLa Dusseldorf (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Teldec/4 Men With Beards, 1976. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
One of the hippest groups of the 70s German scene – and one of the few to break out of the prog underground and really have a larger global influence! This first set by La Dusseldorf is pure genius through and through – a spare trio set that's propelled along with simple, but effective drum work that set the tune for a whole generation. The drums are hardly the bombastic sort of more jamming albums from Germany, and they're neither the cool, laidback, "hardly there" sort you might find on other records – but instead a very basic approach to rhythm that's arguably post-punk years before its time! The album's four long tracks chug along in a hypnotically rhythmic way – never overindulgent, but always moving, always changing things up with subtle little touches. Vocals often take a backset to the music – which features guitars, keyboards, and added percussion. Titles include the landmark "Dusseldorf", plus "La Dusseldorf", "Silver Cloud", and "Time". Conny Plank produced, too – so you know the sound is great! LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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