Lou Reed - Walk on the Wild Side BEST LIVE (NYC '72) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lqxe9hiQYI4
LOU REED - NEW YORK [FULL ALBUM] 1989https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PFH6DYictM
Lou Reed - Transformer (Full Album) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILNdBj_Dg8I
Lou Reed - The Blue Mask (Full Album) (1982) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaGafIlJdlw
Lou Reed - Sally can´t dance (1974) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMopADlbCSI
Gypsy (US) - Gypsy 1970 Full Album
01. Gypsy Queen Part One 00-4:22
02. Gypsy Queen Part Two 4:22-6:48
03. Man Of Reason 6:48-9:51https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SqqKY1CrYAhttps://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gypsy_%28Band%29http://www.gypsy-queen.net/
Dave Brubeck Trio spec. Guest Paul Desmond & Gerry Mulligan (Berlin, 1972)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCtQIQRWEk8
David Warren „Dave“ Brubeck (* 6. Dezember 1920 in Concord, Kalifornien; † 5. Dezember 2012 in Norwalk, Connecticut)https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Brubeck
The Greg Foat Group
London, United Kingdomwww.soundcloud.com/the-greg-foat-group
The Rude Mechanical Orchestra is a 30-odd-piece New York City radical marching band and dance troupe. Through our music and performance, we strive to support people and communities working for social justice. We play protests, demonstrations, direct actions, picket lines, marches, benefits and events for good causes. We function as a democratic collective through consensus-based decision-making and we do not discriminate on the basis of musical ability. We formed in the spring of 2004 for the March for Women’s Lives in Washington, D.C. and solidified to support people protesting the Republican National Convention in New York. We were a motley mix of rusty players that hadn’t picked up a horn since high school and longtime street bandistas on leave from Hungry March Band or the Infernal Noise Brigade, blowing sour notes at the invading greedheads and serenading the rabble.
Since then, we’ve tripled our numbers and made strides in our sound, but we remain a band of mostly amateurs rediscovering and reinterpreting the music we played as pimply adolescent band geeks. (Our dance troupe, Tactical Spectacle, is another story. They’re professionals.) Over nearly four years, we have, regrettably, played more antiwar marches than we can count. We’ve played protesting union-busters and tip-garnishers, gentrifiers and privatizers, xenophobes, homophobes, and a host of other big uglies. We’ve worked with groups like Time’s Up, the Restaurant Opportunity Center of New York, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and the War Resisters League. We’ve played community events around town and beyond, like the Queens Pride Parade, the Mermaid Parade, the East Village Roving Garden Party, Philadelphia’s Spiral Q Peoplehood Parade, and Boston’s Honk Festival.
Our repertoire includes a mix of folk songs from cultures spanning the globe, as well as some more contemporary numbers and a bunch of originals. A typical set might include a spritz of klezmer, some Balkan and Brazilian notes, plenty of funk, some Latin beats, a little jazz and a Le Tigre cover, all of it served up with a patina of punk. We don’t do Sousa marches, though we love his phone. We typically turn out anywhere from 10-25 performers to a show, though we’ve been known to swell suddenly and without warning into The Green Monster, a billowing cloud of brass, ‘tude and glitter, according to some occult confluence of the tides and the stars. ...http://rudemechanicalorchestra.org/http://rudemechanicalorchestra.org/albums/too-big-fail
Wanuyeta - Iron City - 1971-78 - Germany
Symphonic Prog - Krautrock
1. Lindis Farne (live 1971) 00:00
2. Wish I were Happy (1974) 08:44
3. You've Really Got it Fixed (1974) 21:29
4. Iron City (1974) 32:00
5. Look at the People (1974) 43:23
6. Alone (1978) 55:42
7. Valley of Unrest (1978) 01:01:42
While Waniyetula still remain a well-hidden secret of the 70's German Kraut-Rock scene with only one official album during their existence, their history is definitely long and worth-mentioning.They came from Frankfurt-am-Main and evolved from the Beat group The Empty C in 1969 originally as a trio of Heinz Kühne (guitar, vocals), Hermann Beckert (bass) and Thomas Goerdten (drums).As with Fashion Pink/Brainstorm their full story of the early years were well documented by Garden of Delights in 2006 in a CD release entitled ''Iron City''.
In 1971 the trio had a good live activity and the track ''Lindis Farne'', which opens the album, is a good proof of their very early sound.This is typical but quite cliche instrumental Hard/Psych/Kraut Rock with jamming and improvisation elements, based on Kühne's long and repetitive guitar sections and a psychedelic rhythm section with little imagination.
By 1974 the band featured two more members, singer/acoustic guitarist Richard Kersten and keyboardist Norbert Abels.The addition of Kersten, which became also the band's main composer, resulted to a change of name, now Wanyietula were Galaxy, and musical direction.This period is represented with four long tracks, between 10 and 13 minutes, where keyboards and melody play also a significant role in Wanyietula's sound.Their style now was somewhere between ELOY, NEKTAR and MESSAGE, sounding more like an English than a German band.Nice psychedelic guitars are blended with expressive vocals and interesting moog solos to result an approach with elements from both Psychedelic Rock and 70's Classic Prog styles.Instrumental parts are still a great part of the band's music with a bit loose arrangements.
As Galaxy they released only one album (shortly after which Kersten left the band) and then the crew switched the name back to the original Wanyietula.However the band never returned to the early Wanyietula style, on the opposite we are talking about 1978 here and the second Wanyietula formation had fully transmitted into a late-70's Symphonic Rock band.Two tracks from this period are great examples of this fact.Very close to the likes of ANYONE'S DAUGHER or AMENOPHIS, Wanyietula's music was now very refined with emotional arrangements full of interesting guitar melodies and synth explorations, while the band used the multi-vocal harmonies and distorted vocal lines more and more.The presence of the some piano inteludes is also another new enrty, yet the sound remained fairly progressive and quite adventurous.
This album holds both significant historical and musical interest.A rather unknown band is fully presented here from their very early stage and sound to its transformation into a Melodic Prog act, most of the tracks are satisfying and there is also a very nice booklet with the history of the band along with rare photos of the members, making ''Iron city'' at least a recommended purchase, especially for fans of non-standard German Kraut/Prog with a flexible sound. (progarchives reveiw psarros )https://youtu.be/nSgYciqn2oY
Orange Peel - 1972 [Full Album]
1. You Can't Change Them All 00:00:00
2. Faces That I Used To Know 00:18:15
3. Tobacco Road 00:21:27
4. We Still Try To Change 00:28:43https://youtu.be/awuObwvaESA
German band from Hanau, existed from 1968 to 1971 and released one 45 and one album.
They still reunite for single gigs in their hometown Hanau.
H. Peter Bischof - vocals, percussion
Leslie Link - guitar, effects
Heini Mohn - bass http://www.discogs.com/artist/189392-Orange-Peel
RANGE PEEL - Orange Peel - CD 1972 Digipack CMPhttp://www.green-brain-krautrock.de/ORANGE-PEEL-Orange-Peel-CD-1972-Digipack-CMP_3419.html
Ash Ra Tempel - Schwingungen 1972 Full Album
01. Light:Look At Your Sun 00:6:34
02. Darkness:Flowers Must Die 6:34-18:58
03. Suche Und Liebe 18:58-38:25https://youtu.be/JyDmWo-4guE
Deru – 1979http://www.discogs.com/Deru-1979/release/5807112
Deru - 1979 (Full Album)
04:52 Let The Silence Float
09:34 Addictive Yearning
13:21 Three Cheers For Existence
18:39 Drink It In
22:50 Pathologically Bored
26:45 Black Beach (Tape Version)
31:44 The Future Never Comes
36:32 Midnight In The Garden With Ghostshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11JITPeYAWs
Wellington Amancio vor 4 Monaten (bearbeitet)
Perfect music for brushing teeth, sweep the yard, cutting the nails, look at the dust specks in the window, see a perpendicular ray of sunshine cross our room, you know. I love this album. Indeed hearing this album turn up my mind in a galaxy of Impressionist reflections.
Lightenupandshoot Mikey vor 1 Monat
it's like a fresh can of beans...
SUN WARRIOR vor 3 Wochen
Such wonderful music to paint to and to contemplate on the magical complexities of the universe!
Niall Mackenzie vor 4 Tagen
I love listening to this while drinking warm milk, wow!!!
Wellington Amancio vor 1 Woche
Once More: Perfect song to make the reading of subjective forms of clouds, and follow up with devoted eyes the grooves of the stems of the trees; to read the writing its complex of interlocking branches, enjoy the colors of the decomposition of light into droplets of water in the garden; eat slowly and gradually amber sap of ancient trees; to feel strongly smelling of damp earth of an ancestral forest and to percept the steps of the animals from the deep past. The numinous; the humus, telluric sound from organic sensibility.
The Zombies - Odessey And Oracle (1968)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL6K-acL2BU
The Zombies - Begin Here (full album)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g49ckFpRheo
Day Blindness (1969)
Psychedelic Acid Rockhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPo1aCf999M