Monday, June 2, 2008

CRY FREEDOM-VOLCANO (1976, LP, GERMANY)

German private pressing of first album from 1976 by Franconian band around Rudi Madsius (pre-Streetlife), containing great complex progressive like krautrock-jazz with hammond organ, sax, English vocals, fantastic heavy drumming and great fuzz guitar, rare!
Tracklist: 01. Euthanasie-Suite (9:50) 02. Ländlich (7:50) 03. Epitaph (3:47) 04. Volcano (10:36) 05. Mambo auf Burg Eckbertstein (6:00) 06. Bayrisch Blue (2:56)
Musicians: Gerhard Billann (keyboards), Klaus Braun (drums, percussion), Klaus Kukla (bass, bells), Rudi Madsius (guitar, vocals), Didier "Sont"Urbassik (saxophones).
REQUEST! I search the other two lp's "Sunny days" (1979) and "Nobody's fool (1980); if someone have one of these album please contact-me!
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonderful my friend! I have never heard of this one and it is just as described...thanks!!

Anonymous said...

fantastic with saxophone.jazz fusion I would like to discover the 2 others albums

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