Cosmic Egg UTCE 015 CDR 71'18" CD-R
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Ein Paar Sekunden
Stille / Barkau Train 11'30"
2. Zeitkaleidoskop 8'04"
3. Tagesausflug In Der
4. Bright Sunshine,
Darkest Night 24'13"
5. Space 5'01"
6. Heißer Julitag 9'55"
Texte: Helmut Lenz (2,4,6)
Cover: Else Nothing
© 2000 Sonic Sculpture
License: Wolfgang Seidel
Project, layout, remaster:
Mathias Burmester: Trumpet, Percussion; also Vocals (5)
Wolfgang Seidel: Guitar, Sounds & Noise, E-Bow
Willi Voss: Saxophone, Keyboards, WX, Sounds
Helmut Lenz: Voice, Percussion, Clarinet
Volker Bohn: drums (6)
Obscure experimental free Krautrock jazz and electronics
outfit, only ever previously issued as a demo, now available as a special
limited edition on Cosmic Egg for those that love such weird stuff! In Sonic
Sculpture I hear what could have been one of those groundbreaking albums on
the CMP label a decade or so earlier, partly Krautrock, partly avant-jazz,
and partly a genre no one has given a name for. In it elements of David
Torn's "Tripping Over God" sit alongside touches of Günter
Schickert, the crazier improv flights of 1975/76 era live Can, etc.. There
are also fragments of abstract Dada like poetry, some of it in English, some
in German, adding a Fluxus connection (Conrad Schnitzler, Albrecht./d
references can be heard too). Add to that much that is their own and unique,
and you have a heady trip that deserves to be more widely heard.
p.s. This is a different Wolfgang Seidel to the Ton Steine Scherben member
and Conrad Schnitzler cohort (aka Wolf Sequenza).
First edition of 20 numbered copies - released 29/11/2016
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