Krautrock/Kosmische Musik and related

"In 1973 singer Joy had already quit the group and Ken Traylor had joined instead. As Joy Unlimited consisted of highly talented and accepted musicians, they were offered an appointment for another ballet work, this time at the Mannheim...

Their second album Schmetterlinge" (Butterfly) was an odd album for the Pilz label, originally released in 1971, a complex and ambitious conceptual rock ballet suite performed by a larger much more multi-instrumental ensemble. It ran a wide gamut of st...

This is a new edition of this release of old archival material, which was actually the first release on the Long Hair label and has been unavilable for quite a long time now.

"The legendary SWF (German regional radio from Baden-Baden) radio sessions from 1970–1975 were, for a long time, considered lost. Now after extensive searching through the archives they have been recovered and remastered to their original glory. These tapes are a "must" for Progressive Music and Krautrock fans. Originally the...

A legitimate reissue of this great spacey, psychedelic album from 1972. A duo perform, & the final result is lots of guitars, flute, electric piano and old synthesizers & percussion plus some additional instrumentation, & lots of creepy spoken recitati...

"An Evolutionary Music (Original Recordings: 1972 - 1979) compiles unreleased recordings from the archives of multiversal artist Ariel Kalma. Concerned as much with musicality as spiritual facility, Kalma's work vibrates aside fellow travelers along the great rainbow in curved air of the 1970s avant-garde.

Ariel Kalma's boundary-blurring electronic music is heard here in radiant detail across a selection of work spanning his early free-jazz and spoken word trips to his infinite modular...

This reissues the 1st of two very obscure early 1980's albums by this progressive/fusion quartet of keyboards, guitar, bass & drums. While this album is not a classic by any means, it was kind of a 'last gasp' of the German scene, & definitely has some...

Long time Waysiders will remember us carrying (and selling!) a lot of these back when it was originally released on lp-only in 1986. It was a really good one then and it's still a really good one now.

Synthesist Bernd Kistenmacher seemingly came out of nowhere in 1986 with this album of Berlin- style electronic music that was basically the best thing that Klaus Schulze never made.

"It was Klaus Schulze's 1976 album Moondawn that altered the trajectory of Bernd Kistenmacher's life when he.

Long time Waysiders will remember us carrying (and selling!) a lot of these back when it was originally released on lp-only in 1986. It was a really good one then and it's still a really good one now.

Synthesist Bernd Kistenmacher seemingly came out of nowhere in 1986 with this album of Berlin- style electronic music that was basically the best thing that Klaus Schulze never made.

"It was Klaus Schulze's 1976 album Moondawn that altered the trajectory of Bernd Kistenmacher's life when he.

Long time Waysiders will remember us carrying (and selling!) a lot of these back when it was originally released on lp-only in 1987. It was a really good one then and it's still a really good one now.

Synthesist Bernd Kistenmacher seemingly came out of nowhere in 1986 with his first album, Head-Visions, a fine 70s-style album of Berlin-style electronic music that was basically the best thing that Klaus Schulze never made.

This was released one year later and was his nearly as excellent...

This is kind of an amazing thing. This is previously unreleased recordings in extremely good sound, considering its rarity and age, from 1971. I was talking to Ken Golden about the early German stuff and whether or not you like it or hate it, we both...

"The official Konrad Schnitzler discography lists Eruption, released in 1971, under the title Schwarz, as the first Schnitzler album. In actual fact, Eruption is the third and final LP by the group Kluster, following Klopfzeichen and Zwei Osterei...

"Imagine finding a message in a bottle, forty years after it was dispatched. That is what it feels like when you listen to Kluster's Klopfzeichen for the first time, mysterious, hard to decipher, a relic of a time long since passed. The handwriting...

5{us track and released in a limited edition of 450. "Originally released by Schwann, 1971. In limited edition miniature plastic LP cover with a multi fold-out repro of original album insert. Includes additional track by Schnitzler, Seidel...

This is kind of an amazing thing. This is a previously unreleased live tape in extremely good sound, considering its rarity and age, from 1971 in Wuppertal, Germany. I was talking to Ken Golden about the early German stuff and whether or not you like...

"Zwei Osterei is the second half of a recording session which took place on a single day in November 1970. Klopfzeichen is the first part. Yet the uncompromising Zwei Osterei surpasses the earlier Klopfzeichen album by some distance in terms of its...

Includes a bonus track and released in a limited edition of 450. "Originally released by Schwann, 1971. In limited edition miniature plastic LP cover with a multi fold-out repro of original album insert. Includes additional track by Schnitzler, Seidel...

Never before released live recordings (a full hour's worth) in very good sound from the band's prime period!

"Extraordinary German band well known because of their legendary album on famous special Krautrock label 'Brain' in the early '70s. The CD features five long tracks in excellent sound quality directly taken from the soundboard and digitally remastered. 'Rapunzel' a previously unreleased track, fifteen hypnotic minutes of 'Subo,' a 24- minute adrenalin-driven version of 'Rambo Zambo'...

Roland Kovac-piano, Brian Auger-organ (!), Siggi Schwabb-guitar, Peter Trunk (Passport)-bass and Keith Forsey-drums.

Recorded in 1972, this is very good, fusion/jazzy/jammy type stuff, maybe comparable to Embryo's two Brain albums, with some...

Roland Kovac-keyboards, Siggi Schwabb-guitar, Franz Loffler-bass and Charly Antolini-drums. Recorded in 1971, this is very good, jazzy/jammy type stuff, maybe comparable to Embryo's two Brain albums.

"Roland Kovac New Set was the name of a...

Sorta now forgotten, but in their day a hugely popular jammy/fusion band. This reissue for the first time their 3rd and best known album, with a line up of vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, sax & drums.

New 2010 album by this much loved and long-lived German band, now consisting of the trio of, Hellmut Hattler / bass, Jan Fride / drums, Peter Wolbrandt / guitar, synthesizer, vocals. After surprising everyone by coming back with an excellent live album...

Very special price while they last! Until their recent smash performances at ProgDay & Nearfest, this band was rather now forgotten, but in their day a hugely popular jammy/fusion band. THis was their seventh album, from 1978, and features the same ban...

Until their recent smash performances at ProgDay & Nearfest, this band was rather now forgotten, but in their day a hugely popular jammy/fusion band. This remasters and reissues for the first time their 1st album from 1972, with a line up of vocals, guitar, bass sax & drums + guest organ on a couple of tracks. This also includes 28' of previously unreleased demos from 1971!

Sorta now forgotten, but in their day a hugely popular jammy/fusion band. This reissue for the first time their 5th album, with a line up of vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, sax & drums.

"Kraan came up with one of their best albums, an offering...

Until their recent smash performances at ProgDay & Nearfest, this band was rather now forgotten, but in their day a hugely popular jammy/fusion band. This is a digitally remastered reissue of their double album live release from 1975, this all fits nic...

This has been out of print for about five years; we found some languishing in a CD warehouse being converted into a new high-end restaurant (that's where the money is now, you know), and this is definitely your last chance to pick this up at...

After surprising everyone by coming back with an excellent live album in 2001 and playing incredible shows at ProgDay and NEARFest, Peter Wolbrandt-guitars and vocals, Hellmut Hattler-bass and vocals, Ingo Bischoff- keyboards & Jan Fride-drums have...

Very special price while they last! Until their recent smash performances at ProgDay & Nearfest, this band was rather now forgotten, but in their day a hugely popular jammy/fusion band. This was their sixth album, from 1977, and features the same band ...

While this is one of those basically awful "unauthorized biography" type things, I decided that we should stock this when a friend told me that he had bought it and it was really as much a history of Krautrock as it was a history of Kraftwerk. There is...

"Kreidler might be on their umpteenth album now, but by the sounds of 'Tank' they have hit upon a creative streak that belies their age. In fact 'Tank' is probably their most creatively successful album to date, and it manages this...


Very hard to find release by the great German pianist in collaboration with the man behind the board for all those great sounding CMP albums. Walter provides electronic manipulations of Joachim's pianisms. Some of this is very pianistic, while other pa...

If I am not mistaken, Lask was one of the earliest free-improvising musicians in Europe, although he was little noticed at the time. Now, on this 1985/1993 CMP recording, he is one of the earliest jazzmen to incorporate sampling and programming into hi...

This reissues the 2nd Limbus album, which was originally released by OHR in 1970. This is very early, very crazy Germanic freakout, freeform madness "Formed in 1968, Limbus were a most unusual band who grew a unique music out of jazz, folk and avant-ga...

This reissues the 2nd Limbus album, which was originally released by OHR in 1970. This is very early, very crazy Germanic freakout, freeform madness It features four musicians who were never heard from again after this: Odysseus Artnern, Bernd Henninger..

"Live from Gevelsberg (Sauerland) played art-rock with flute; without the nerve-wracking breaks often heard in this genre, but rather harmonious. In 1974, they released a 7" single and recorded an LP which, however, didn’t come out at that time. Only...

I was pleased to see this reissued for the very first time and also to hear it for the very first time since its original issue on vinyl in 1983.

Rudiger Lorenz was a musician, a collector and also builder of analog synthesizers and also a...

A duo from Geisenkirchen, Germany using organ/piano/synths/vocals and drums/vocals, playing music somewhat like Hardin and York or Hansson and Karlsson

"First official CD release of one of the most legendary German small label pressed albums. Originally released in 1971, this album is an intense and bombastic hybrid between heavy fuzz acid guitar, instinctive free rock improvisations and some lyrical...

Manitatsu is the meeting between the two internationally acclaimed and known drummers Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru) and Tatsuya Yoshida (Ruins).

17th ECM album from this German musician who uses instruments from cultures from all over the world in a uniquely personal way. He's one of the earliest artists to record for ECM who is still making records for the label, and he's also one of the most...

Stephan Micus-voice, steeldrums, sinding, shakuhachi, suling, nay, tin whistles, percussion.

"This extraordinary multi-instrumentalist is actually one of the few to have grasped in its essence what was the song of the world. With him there exist.

This first-ever release of any music by this excellent Germany duo consisting of Hammond organ & vocals and drums, percussion and vocals.

The two members, Günther Kühlwein (organ) and Walter Helbig (drums) were long-time band mates in a number...

"By 1969 at the latest, Dieter Moebius was synonymous with the avant-garde electronic music scene in Germany. He and Hans-Joachim Roedelius formed Cluster, a seminal electronic/ambient duo, while Moebius was also a member of the so-called...

"This album was made for the movie "Blue Moon" (1986). The original lp was released on Sky Records in 1986. Reissue with elaborate miniature paper sleeve of the original lp. Digital remaster version, limited 1,000 copies!!"

"This is the first solo album by Dieter Moebius, recorded at Conny Plank's studio and originally released in 1983 on Sky Records. By 1969 at the latest, Dieter Moebius was synonymous with the avant-garde electronic music scene in Germany. He and Hans...

"The first solo album of Moebius (ex Kluster, Cluster, Harmonia). The original lp was released on Sky Records in 1983. Reissue with elaborate miniature paper sleeve of the original lp. Digital remaster version, limited 1,000 copies!!"

"In 1984, two years after their first album collaboration, Strange Music, Dieter Moebius and Gerd Beerbohm issued their second LP, Double Cut. It bore the same distinctive hallmarks as its predecessor, but this time around, the two musicians had...

"The first collaborative release by Dieter Moebius and Gerd Beerbohm, originally released by Sky Records in 1982. In the latter half of the 1970s, alongside their Cluster collaboration, Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius embarked almost...

"En Route was created in 1986, when the era of analog synths and rhythm machines seemed to be drawing to a close. Drum computers, samplers and digital instruments such as the Synclavier and Fairlight CMS would shape the immediate future of electronic...