Krautrock / Kosmische Musik and related

Legit reissue from the analog masters of the very first album from this German group, which predate the much, much better known Time Machine and Electric Silence. This very rare 1972 album is the very first version of the band before they would move...

Dzyan are known for their great second and third albums on the Bacillus label: Time Machine and Electric Silence from 1973 & 1974.

But before those albums, and after their first album, the group consisted of bassist/double bassist/founder...

Legitimate vinyl reissue, taken from the original analog masters.
An undeservedly obscure German psychedelic jazz/rock band. By the time of this, their 3rd album, from 1973, they had their best-known line-up of:
Eddy Marron (guitars, sitar, zaz, tambura, mellotron, voice)
Reinhard Karwatky (bass, superstring, mellotron, synthesizer)
Peter Giger (drums, percussion)
Trippy tracks featuring Eastern/middle Eastern motifs, jazz fusion power & psychedelic mind expansion. Highly recommend

The first, very rare album by this well known Austrian sextet (vocals, piano/organ, guitar, flute/sax, bass & drums) was almost totally unknown until this reissue; most people think that their 1976 release "One Nighter" is their first. But this 1971...

Eela Craig were from Austria and are lumped in with the German groups because...well, how many progressive rock Austrian groups were there anyway? The band was formed by keyboardist Hubert Bognermayer in 1971 and released a very rare first album that...

Rainer Brüninghaus (keyboards)
Houschäng Nejadépour (guitar, sitar)
Herbert Kalveram (saxes)
Bill Brown (bass)
Detlev Landmann (drums)

Very excellent, early instrumental jazz rock band, somewhat influenced by the Mothers Of Invention, Soft Machine & their own "krautrockness". Featuring guitar, keyboards (Rainer Bruninghaus!), sax, bass & drums, they released just 2 albums in their lifetime. This superb quality, previously unreleased 1972 radio broadcast features tunes from thei

Originally released in 1971 in a self released edition of only 300 by the band, this has been an unknown rarity until this reissue. A keyboards/bass/drums trio, they combined the keyboard-driven sound of bands like The Nice with an obvious German slant...

Owing to different musical tastes of the band, ther is a large range of diverse styles that the band has to cope with. By making productive use of these different styles rather than fending them off, a synthesis is created which is interesting and exci...

“The 3rd studio album "The Doomsday Machine" of the German acidrockers Electric Moon was released first 2011 (by Nasoni Records). Sulatron Records now releases a CD re-issue of it, with slightly updated graphics.
The music is on a high intensity level and tenders long tracks, eschatological fuzz, cosmic moods, vocals which comes from far out dreamscapes and forceful rhythms. About 80 minutes of apocalyptic music-rituals.
The idea was, combining music with visual art, here with the great...

"This was my first taste of ELECTRIC MOON and it was spellbinding to say the least. I understand this isn't as heavy as their previous albums and I'm looking forward to hearing some of those. As Rivertree mentions in his review this is a very trippy album and I really dig the sound. Not that this isn't without it's heaviness, it just trips along quite often to great affect. Really cool to see Dave Schmidt on here, otherwise known as Sula Bassana. He recorded it, mixed it and produced it. He also plays...

"Electric Sandwich were formed in late 1969 by a group of German students from Bonn. The band initially consisted of four musicians, all of whom had already played with other bands: bass player Klaus Lormann had been playing with Chaotic Trust; lead guitarist Jorg Ohlert used to be with Slaves Of Fire; drummer Wolf Fabian, the founder of the band, had been touring with a band called Muli And The Misfits, and singer Jochen "Archie" Carthaus sang with the Flashbacks. Their own material has been recorded...

First-time ever release on CD for this scarse and quite good PDU album of electronic/kosmiche music by a musician you wouldn't expect to see behind something like this. This is a small treasure for fans of classic era Klaus Schulze, Manuel Gottsching...

Remastered edition of the 9th album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings together on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Overall quite excellent, heavy progressive rock. Another heavy-duty spacerock re...

Remastered edition of the 5th album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings together on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Overall quite excellent, heavy progressive rock. This was a massive seller when ...

Remastered edition with 3 bonus live tracks from 1973! of the 3rd album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Like the heaviest parts of Pink Floyd mixed with (surprisingly) Benefit-era heavy Jethro Tull (without the flute). Overall quite excellent.

Remastered edition of the 2nd album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings together on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Like the heaviest parts of Pink Floyd mixed with (surprisingly) Benefit-era heav...

Remastered edition of the 7th album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings together on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Overall quite excellent, heavy progressive rock. This captures them live on thei...

Remastered edition of the 6th album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings together on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Overall quite excellent, heavy progressive rock. "Ocean (1977) continued Bornema...

Remastered edition of the 10th album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings together on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Overall quite excellent, heavy progressive rock. Another heavy-duty spacerock r...

Remastered edition with 1 bonus track of the 4th album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. This is a big, full blown concept album about time travel, with all th...

Remastered edition of the 8th album by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings together on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Overall quite excellent, heavy progressive rock. This one puts them back in heav...

Remastered edition of the 11th album and the last really great spacerock classic by this popular German rock band who mix heavy and cosmic stylings together on their classic releases, of which this is definitely one. Overall quite excellent, heavy prog...


A great archival release from Garden of Delights, this captures the band live at a High School gymnasium on September 23rd, 1971 as recorded by Radio Bremen, not long after the release of their 2nd album, Embryo's Rache. This catches them sort of in be...

The definitive edition of this is studio album from 1972, with Christian Burchard-percussion, Edgar Hoffman-soprano sax/violin, David King-bass & Sigi Schwab-guitars. On it you can hear them between their early Krautrock phase & their soon to be fusion...

2004 release from this long lived German band who continue to make really good records and really were the ones who invented the idea of being a 'world music band' years before anyone else, by going to 'exotic' locales and touring the world, jamming wi...

Embryo are famous for their excursions into world music and collaborations with musicans from all over the globe, but this, their very first album, originally released on the Ohr label, is a stone classic Krautrock album.
This includes 2 bonus tracks from the same basic period, which adds nearly 30' of playing time to the album! If you don't already have this, then you need this one.

Rache was a the second Embryo album, originall released in 1971. This moves away from the psychedelic krautrock sound of their first and into more original territory. This includes 2 bonus tracks.

"Literally the birthplace of a new type of...

This is a real favorite of mine and has been out of print on CD for many years, so it is a great pleasure to see it available again!
After recording several albums in the early 1970's, from late 1971 to late 1972 Embryo recorded two albums of jammy rock/jazz fusion, which their then current label refused to release because they thought that the band's 'rock' output had more commercial potential. So the band sold the rights to Brain, who put them out and where they were rightly greeted as classics!...

"The seventh Embryo LP, recorded in the summer of 1974, has a distinct funk touch. The title has nothing to do with surfing or surf music but refers to the musicians' traveling from gig to gig. "Surfin" is often considered one of the weakest and most...

Christian Burchard (voc, vib), Roman Bunka (voc, g), Butze Fischer (dr), Michael Wehmeyer (key), Uve Müllrich (b). Nearly all never-before released live recordings!

"From 1975 until 1978, Embryo played at the Vlotho ”Umsonst und draußen” festival every year. Their concert from July 1977 on the sports ground, figuring as festival site, in front of about 26,000 people was recorded professionally by Ulrich Wilkening, operating the soundboard.
The recording has been preserved till this day....

Never-before heard or released live show by Embryo, which finds them still in their rock/jazz-rock phase and this is great. Excellent live bootleg sound; it won't win any awards, but it's perfectly listenable and it smokes, with some really fine...

A GREAT idea and pretty sympathetic to each other's style, although I think this generally sounds a little closer to Embryo than NNCK. Includes a 24 page booklet. "New York mavericks No-Neck Blues Band and Munich-based Krautrock band Embryo explore the...

"Initially formed by a number of street musicians in Hirschberg, 1977, with the desire to create something more than just folk music, Emma Myldenberger quickly established a rich folk-rock style, totally acoustic, featuring female vocals and a penchant...

This was the band's third and final release and was released only on cassette in an edition of 79 copies, amazingly enough. This is live recordings from 1980/81 and includes a long interview with band member Michel Meyer. Another great, thorough G.O.D....

Initially formed by a number of street musicians in Hirschberg, 1977, with the desire to create something more than just folk music, Emma Myldenberger quickly established a rich folk-rock style, totally acoustic, featuring female vocals and a penchant...

"Emtidi have become known mainly through their LP "Saat" which was released on the Pilz label in 1972. Back in 1970, a very small edition of their firstling, called simply "Emtidi", had appeared on the small Thorofon label. While there is to be heard...

Second, final and best album by this folk/psych duo who used male and female vocals, acoustic guitars, pianos, organs, mellotron, bass, synths, percussion and more. "Being in Berlin at the time, they soon caught the attention of of the enthusiastic...

Second, final and best album by this folk/psych duo who used male and female vocals, acoustic guitars, pianos, organs, mellotron, bass, synths, percussion and more.

"Being in Berlin at the time, they soon caught the attention of of the enthusiastic Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser who signed them up for his 'new German folk music label" Pilz. The album Saat was a truly progressive folk masterpiece, with the beautiful 'English' vocals of Dolly Homes and occasionally the contrastingly Teutonic voice of Maik...

Second, final and best album by this folk/psych duo who used male and female vocals, acoustic guitars, pianos, organs, mellotron, bass, synths, percussion and more.

"Being in Berlin at the time, they soon caught the attention of of the...

Hmmmm...Eno, Moebius & Roedelius...that would make this.... The second of two releases by Cluster and Eno, released in 1978, this follows onward from their classic first album. Nice to have this classic spacey/ambient album generally available again. This was recorded when Eno's star was at its zenith.

"Originally released in 1978 on Sky Records, After The Heat was the second collaborative release by Brian Eno with Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius (Cluster). Produced once again by Conny...

"This relatively short-lived (from 1972-77) obscure German symphonic/kraut band consisted of three members from a band called Paradise on Earth, these were; keyboardist Eckhardt Franke, drummer Michael Brandes and bassist Gunter Armbrecht, when....

Another extraordinarily good archival find in fine sound. E.S. were a progressive hard rock Krautrock outfit, featuring an excellent heavy guitarist who reminds me of a cross of early Martin Barre/Mick Abrahams with a bit of Jimi Hendrix tossed in...

First-ever reissue and made from the master tapes (and including 4 bonus tracks found on the original mater tapes; one of which is available nowhere else!) of this famous, rare, classic Kraturock/early jazz-rock album featuring a all-star group...

Typically thorough reissue on Garden of Delights of the 1971 1st album by this German band, one of the very first bands to sing in German (the "2" comes from the fact that they are counting their release from the 60's when they were known as The Royal...

Eulenspygel came from the Swabian area which is situated in the southwest of Germany. This is a recording from 1973. A short retrospective by band member Detlev Nottrodt: 'Sometimes only the acoustic guitars were playing, meaning Mulo and me, and it so...

"The famous lost Exmagma album finally on the loose! What a long strange trip it has been... As one of the hand-selected chosen few who own a tape copy for a couple of years, it’s as much a great joy as it is a relief to live to see a proper (though 3 decades delayed) release of the masterpiece of one of the most inventive Krautbands and one of Konrad Plank’s best ever production jobs.
If you’ve ever seen the band on stage you knew that the problem with the two Exmagma releases always was...

Exmagma were a mostly instrumental crazy German jazz/rock trio of Thomas Baluff (organ & piano), Andy Goldner (guitar, bass, alto sax) and Fred Braceful (drums).
They recorded two albums, including this very rare and quite strange 1st album (this one) that I never saw until it was reissued many, many years later. This one had elements of fusion, but was really quite whacked, and which got them on the Nurse With Wound List.
By the way, their original name was Magma, and then they found out about..

Exmagma were a mostly instrumental crazy German jazz/rock trio of Thomas Baluff (organ & piano), Andy Goldner (guitar, bass, alto sax) and Fred Braceful (drums).
They recorded two albums, including a very rare and quite strange 1st album and their 2nd (this one), more progressive fusion album, which I've always been extremely fond of, and which, 'strangely', was only released in France (and on Richard Pinhas' Urus label to boot)!
By the way, their original name was Magma, and then they found...

"I was transfixed by the haunting sounds and the poetic pacing of Fahres' music on this CD. Rather than the sound floating through the room, it was as if I was floating in the sound."-Morton Subotnick. With Jon Hassell! "This CD is made up of three...