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Soul Jazz Records presents - Deutsche Elektronische Musik Volume 4 - Experimental German Rock And Electronic Music 1971-83
01Alex - Patella Black
02Klauss Weiss - Driving Sequences
03Can - I'm So Green
04Agitation Free - Laila (Part Ii)
05Deutsche Wertarbeit - Guten Abend, Leute
06Amon Duul Ii - Wolf City
07Michael Rother - Flammende Herzen
08Klauss Weiss - Pink Sails
09Virus - My Strand-Eyed Girl
10Conrad Schnitzler - Ballet Statique
01Kalacakra - Nearby Shiras
02Emak - Tanz In Den Himmel
03Et Cetera - Mellodrama 2a
04Gruppe Between - Triumphzug Kaiser Maximillian
05Roedelius - Halmharfe
06Dzyan - Dragonsong
07Harmonia - Deluxe (Immer Wieder)
08Gunter Schickert - Suleika
09Witthuser & Westrupp - Schã¶pfung (1 Mose 1)

Soul Jazz Records presents
Deutsche Elektronische Musik Volume 4 - Experimental German Rock And Electronic Music 1971-83

Soul Jazz | Item No: 764413
2CD | 2020 / UK – Original | New
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This is the new instalment of Soul Jazz Records’ ground-breaking Deutsche Elektronische Musik series, ‘a near-definitive guide to some of the world's most extraordinary music’ (The Guardian).

This latest edition features many of the classic German electronic and Krautrock groups from the 1970s & 80s – including Can, Amon Duul II, Harmonia, Conrad Schnitzler, Agitiation Free, Roedelius – as well as a host of lesser known artists such as Dzyan, Klauss Weiss, Gruppe Between and many more.

Deutsche Elektronische rarities unearthed on the album include Kalacakra (whose fan-base included the great Moondog!) and their superb ‘Nearby Shiras,’ taken from their super-rare spiritual/psychedelic private press concept album Crawling to Lhasa, from 1972.

Deutsche Elektronische 4 includes a wealth of German electronic experimental artists – the seminal pioneering group Harmonia (Roedelius, Moebius and Michael Rother), avant-garde guru Conrad Schnitzler as well as lesser known synthetic artists such as Klauss Weiss, Deutsche Wertarbeit, E.M.A.K. (Electronische Musik Aus Koln), Gunter Schickert and others.

Finally, the album also features an array of heavy and progressive German cosmic rock groups – Dzyan, Virus and the amazing Turkish/German tripped out sound of Alex’s ‘Patella Black’, recorded at Can’s Inner Space in 1973, produced by Holger Czukay and Jackie Liebezeit.

Deutsche Elektronische 4 comes with extensive newly commissioned sleevenotes by David Stubbs, author of the seminal books ‘Future Days: Krautrock and the building of Modern Germany’, ‘Mars By 1980: The story of Electronic Music’, and ‘Krautrock: Cosmic Rock and its Legacy’.

This album comes as a heavyweight triple vinyl edition with full colour inner sleeves, as well as a deluxe double CD edition with outsize booklet and slipcase. Both formats include full liner notes and extensive rare photography.
Item Details
Item No:764413
Artist:Soul Jazz Records presents
Titel:Deutsche Elektronische Musik Volume 4 - Experimental German Rock And Electronic Music 1971-83
Label:Soul Jazz
Format:2CD, CD
Pressing:UK – Original
Release Date:2020
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Style:Downbeat / Electronica / Leftfield, Classic Rock
Available since:10.11.2020
Price:14,99 €
Weight:200g (plus 250g Packaging)
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