I'm Brazilian, I've always loved music and since I was little I buy and I listen to rock.
During the 70's I met a magazine called Pop, which I christened German Pop, since it was of Germanic origin, I did not understand what was written in the great majority, but it was there that I met the groups that I publish here on the blog today. Rock made in Germany is one of my favorites, but my taste is very eclectic.

Sou brasileira, sempre amei música e desde muito pequena compro e ouço rock. Durante os anos 70 conheci uma revista chamada Pop, que batizei de Pop Alemã, uma vez que era de origem germânica, eu não entendia o que estava escrito na sua grande maioria, mas foi ali que conheci os grupos que hoje publico aqui no blog. O rock feito da Alemanha é um dos meus favoritos, mas meu gosto é muito eclético.

sexta-feira, 25 de dezembro de 2015

Jurgen Karg (Germany-Kraut) 1977.Elektronische Mythen

A surprising diversion from the former Wolfgang Dauner bassist, that's not jazz in any sense of the word! What Jürgen came up with on ELEKTRONISCHE MYTHEN had more in common with early Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream's ZEIT, or more atmospheric electronic Karlheinz Stockhausen, typically Teutonic Kosmische electronic. Performed on four EMS synthesizers and other (unnamed) devices, the range of tonalities is quite remarkable. It's a fascinating record, atmospheric yet very dark and mysterious, both marginally melodic and purely amelodic, and well worth checking out.

Die Versunkene Stadt - Atlantis / Vollmond-Selene

Jürgen Karg (synthesizers, sequencer, electronics)


4 comentários:

the saucer people disse...

579 downloads and not a single comment! I guess people are too busy to even offer a thank you these days!

I have wanted to hear this album ever since I saw it had been unofficially reissued by the Creel Pone label - every obscure/rare record they reissue is amazing and this is no exception.

There is good review on Julian Cope's site about the album and how it was made:


Many thanks again!

Marcia Tunes disse...

Yes, people only think of download. Few know the work it takes to maintain a blog

Anônimo disse...

yet to listen but a lot of love for the work

Anônimo disse...

Thank you for the posting. Looks scary and dark.