NOTE: the old site at does NOT exist any more. Observer Music Monthly, April · Krautrock Kompendium in Kolour (PDF). The Sound Projector Krautrock Kompendium. Introduction This is a compilation of all written reviews of Krautrock records that have appeared in the pages of The. Krautrock Kompendium – The Sound Projector Music Magazine and Radio Show. Krautrock at Krautrock II – German Intergalactic Music – Yahoo Music Group.

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German Progressive and Krautrock Recommendations? | Steve Hoffman Music Forums

Pretty big thread here: More expense Great thread Simon. Do you already have an account? Discussion in ‘ Music Corner ‘ started by sbroacheSep 11, German Progressive and Krautrock Recommendations?

Grobschnitt first, especially Jumbo, Rockpommel’s Land and Merry-go-round. I’ve got the first Universal and really like it. It’s been one of my favorites for going on nearly 30 years now.


And you really can’t live a decent life without a copy Faust’s ‘So Far. Your name or email address: John54Sep 12, TheadmansSep 11, That should give you a pointer or two.

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My favourite German progband: I don’t like Krautrock but am a big fan of early 70 German Progressive. Yes, my password is: Here’s a very strong recommendation for a band called Embryo.

Log in or Sign up. So if you really like Neu! Grobschnitt is also ok.

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Krautrocksampler the Book has gotten expensive, here’s the site: I didn’t see a thread in particular on the subject so any recommendations are welcome and appreciated. I’m playing Kluster’s ‘Osterei’ right now. Capt FongsbySep 11, Tangerine Dream – specifically their 70s stuff. The East Coast of England.

Steve Hoffman Music Forums. For the guitar fans One of my faves is Jane’s debut “Together” I also like a lot of what I’ve heard of Novalis and La Dusseldorf.

If you like Neu! BlencathraSep 11, The place to start is with the stunningly good, “We Keep On,” then there’s lots more where that came from This both bands is great. I’ve discovered that I am developing a love for German progressive music for lack of a better word Try to read Julian Cope’s excellent “Krautrocksampler” book – this book rekindled okmpendium enthusiam for Krautrock when I first read it back in the 90s.


Watch out though, the 1st album is too strange for most people’s tastes.