Krautrock/Kosmische Musik and related

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...

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...

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 3 bonus tracks found on the original mater tapes!) of this famous, rare, classic Kraturock/early jazz-rock album featuring a all-star group: Wolfgang Dauner (synthesizer, piano, clavinet...

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...

Typically thorough reissue on Garden of Delights of the 1972 2nd album by this German band, one of the very first bands to sing in German. This has a short history of the band and rare photos, etc. It also has 7 bonus tracks from television performance...

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...

"The first LP of Faithful Breath, ”Fading Beauty” from 1974, has meanwhile become a classic of symphonic rock and can definitely be recommended. In 1977/1978 they recorded their second album ”Back on my hill” - again including the mellotron - which was...

"Originally released in 1976 by Nippon Columbia, this is the final album by legendary Japanese space/psych-rockers Far East Family Band. Unlike other albums where the band focused on Pink Floyd-esque psych ballads, on Parallel World, the influence of...

"This second Long Hair release by Fashion Pink contains previously unreleased studio recordings made between 1969-1971 + 2 live tracks. First part of this release (6 cuts) continues the SWR-Radio Sessions, truly reflecting the Krautrock jam...

Faust are a rightly legendary experimental German ensemble from the early 1970's. This is almost all of their two posthumous albums which feature the unreleased "Faust V" album and their recordings before they dissolved in the 70's.

This contains their great 1973 Top Gear performance and a substantial amount of extra material, and even two outtakes from their albums, all of which have never been released!. If you don't have the box set already, then you need this! [ReR]

"The Bureau B label breaks into new territory and presents a newly-recorded album by Krautrock legends, Faust. "There is no group more mythical than Faust." Thus wrote English musician and eccentric Julian Cope in his classic of the genre...

"The Bureau B label breaks into new territory and presents a newly-recorded album by Krautrock legends, Faust. "There is no group more mythical than Faust." Thus wrote English musician and eccentric Julian Cope in his classic of the genre...

The classic 1st album by Faust. Upon its release in 1971, it really looked and SOUNDED like nothing else. Intelligent and crafty use of the studio in a way that no one else in rock other than Frank Zappaa was doing (and it sounds nothing like The Mothers).
While I actually *enjoy* some of their other works more, none of their other albums were as radical and shocked the scene as much as this one. As the man in England who owns the label would say, "recommended!"

"Krautrock legends Faust are back with an unbelievable 4 disc live set. Recorded last year in the UK, it features many enduring Faust classics performed live for the very first time after all these years. The first two CDs in the set consist of...

Faust are a rightly legendary experimental German ensemble from the early 1970's. This was the last album to be released in their lifetime and the 1st to be recorded outside of their 'legendary' studio at Wumme. It's one of their great ones; perhaps not..

"Faust tell of an heroic time when reaching for the stars did not have to include getting the stars in order to be successful."-Julian Cope

I assume that the $2.00 more than usual price is because this apparently includes a license for you to...

"At last, a well made film that captures the intensity, caprice, craziness and visionary beauty of Faust’s late ’90s performances, when, for a moment the core members of the original band were temporarily reconciled. Professionally filmed at the...

"This double CD set catches legendary German experimental rock outfit Faust's debut concert in Poland, from Krakow's Loch Ness Club, on the 15th November 2006. Spread over both discs, we are afforded a perfect opportunity to hear a blend of the band's...

Faust are a rightly legendary experimental German ensemble from the early 1970's. This is almost all of their two posthumous albums which feature the unreleased "Faust V" album and their recordings before they dissolved in the 70's. [ReR]

Remastered version of the classic 2nd album by Faust. This one seems to get lost in all the praise heaped on the one that came before it (their s/t debut) and the one that came after (Faust Tapes), but this is one of my very favorites by them. There se...

"Faust has been around for over 40 years. Since 2007, the line-up of the Krautrock legends has comprised founding members Jean-HervÈ Peron and Zappi Diermaier, the English musician James Johnston, founder of the brutish blues rockers Gallon Drunk...

Faust are a rightly legendary experimental German ensemble from the early 1970's. This was their 3rd release, & was assembled from private tapes of the band, & shows them at their most spontaneous, & least rehearsed. One of the great ones, & is...

This 5 CD set contains all Fausts early classic albums, a John Peel session and unreleased early material. The 40 page booklet is stuffed with unpublished photos, stills from super 8 footage of the famous studio at Wumme, and revealing interviews with ...

This 5 CD set contains all Fausts early classic albums, a John Peel session and unreleased early material. The 40 page booklet is stuffed with unpublished photos, stills from super 8 footage of the famous studio at Wumme, and revealing interviews with ...

"RSD 2017 release. Bureau B continue their RSD 12" series. On side A, previously unreleased material from Faust. Recorded and mixed during the sessions for the album Just. On side B, previously unreleased material from Ulan Bator. Recorded and mixed at Analphabet City mobile studio, Naples, in December 2016 during the sessions for the album Stereolith."

"Faust was among the most adventurous and creative German bands of the 70s, and after disappearing for a decade and a half, they reunited in the 90s and made several startlingly good albums. Today, drummer Werner 'Zappi' Diermaier and bassist Jean...

Like Dschinn, My Solid Ground and Haze, Frame were among those early Bacillus signings and dissapeared after one promising album. Frame of Mind was recorded with Peter Hauke in the Dierks studio (have you ever wondered how they managed to produce such ...

"In 1971, Freak Out from Knittelfeld in Austria, named after the first Mothers of Invention LP, released the 7" single "Jaming brother" / "Crazy colours of life" (Cosmos 2234) and the LP "Life" (Cosmos 2235), both in a small circulation of around 200...

Now seemingly out of print in the USA, we can now offer this at 1/3rd off the original price. It was a bargain before and it's a huge bargain now!

Edgar Froese was and is the leader of Tangerine Dream. His solo albums during the 70s are different from but just as good as TD's work. This impressive box set includes six albums, some of which have never been released in their original form on CD or have been out of print for years. Included here are Aqua, Epsilon In Malaysian Pale, Ages, Stuntman....

One of the available self released titles by electronic artist/multi-instrumentalist Frohmader. [Nekropolis]

Last FIVE copies in existence anywhere!
This straddles the boundries between the menacing works of his past, & a more spacier side. Despite it's less intense nature, it still has that "bite" that you expect from him. "...a brilliant achievement...

This features his bass work, something that he hasn't done in a very, very long time, & is a eerie, evil album influenced by Magma & dark electronic music. [Spalax]

This restores to print one of his mid 80's classic, dark electronic works, which features a cover by H.R. Giger, which should give you a pretty good idea of the atmospheres contained within. Even more evil than Nekropolis 2.

"After having been involved in many Krautrock bands, Peter Frohmader started publishing his own soloworks under the name of Nekropolis. A multi instrumentalist as well as a painter and designer, Peter Frohmader is without any doubt one of the most innovative artists to have eme

A very recent release by Peter himself very much closer to the spirit of his early 80's work, before his music becamse so electronic-music oriented. This improvised rock session features him strictly on electric basses with Holger Rder-drums, Udo Gerha...