Friday, 4 November 2016























Artist            :Kravetz 


Album          : Kravetz

Year             : 1972

Genre          : Progressive Rock,Blues Rock

Bitrate         : 320 kpbs   

Tracklist      :

A1.I'd Like To Be A Child Again 9:35
A2.Ann Toomuch 7:55
B1.Routes 7:27
B2.When The Dream Is Over  3:14
B3.Master Of Time 9:51

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2 comments:

  1. Read this:
    This is one of my all time favourite early 70's Krautrock related LP's. Highly underrated, and I've never grown tired of listening to it.
    'Jean-Jacques Kravetz' is of course the renowned keyboardist of the great German band Frumpy.
    Born in Paris in 1947, he moved to Hamburg Germany in 1967, where he was one of the co founders of the great aforementioned German band.
    This was his first solo album released in 1972. Jean is backed by the superb musicianship of Udo Lindenberg(drums), Carl-G. Stephan(bass) and Thomas Kretzschmer(guitar).
    The lineup here is actually 'The Udo Lindenberg Band' with Kravetz at the helm. Though this was much more in the 'heavy progressive' vein in comparisonn to Udo's much more commercial sounding solo output that came later.
    Female vocalist spectacular 'Inga Rumpf' (Frumpy/Atlantis) also makes a guest appearance on the opening track 'I'd Like To Be A Child Again'. Udo takes over the vocal duties on the rest of the album.
    The band are super tight here, and musically it definitely surpasses anything recorded by Atlantis, and in my opinion, rivals some of Frumpy's best material as well. Kretschmers guitar solo is the second best in MainstreamKrautrock. Listen to Karl Allaut in Cowboy Rocker.

    (Review By Doc_Smiley)

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