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Dem Guten, Schönen, Wahren (For The Good, The Beautiful, The True) - Amon Düül II - Phallus Dei

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  1. "Dem Guten, Schönen, Wahren" might be my favorite track. The guitar work here sounds otherwordly and the percussion is equally unique. The vocals sound like the unhinged and insane ravings of a delusional cult leader losing their mind. And the insanity, at 98%.
  2. Very different from the related Amon Düül (from whom this band was a breakaway), Amon Düül II immediately proved themselves masters of truly weird Krautrock with this remarkable debut. Side one is given over to four structured compositions, all truly strange and spacy, driven by operatic or falsetto voices, squalling acid guitars, quasi.
  3. May 06,  · Es gibt sie noch, die Leute, die Musik aus dem vergangenen Jahrtausend mögen, besonders der späten er, der 70er und frühen 80er. Ich denke dabei vor allem an Psychedelic -, Progressive- und Art Rock, Blues- und Jazzrock, Blues, Soul und Funk.
  4. Apr 07,  · Returning electronic tones whoosh by and vacuum the whole mess up and replace it with cyclical riffs peeled offa Amon Düül Zwei’s creeping, nightmarish “Dem Guten, Schönen, Wahren” as acoustic and electric guitars pull together to construct an epic mystery dance.
  5. Hinky Dinky Time on WFMU’s Give the Drummer Radio, episode Friday, September 13, at Noon, Eastern Time. Show # Don’t call me no disc jockey. Click here for everything you need to know about accessing the audio.
  6. These live recordings from a BBC broadcast in show the true live essence of Amon Düül II, based more on the research of a trippy atmosphere than on technical values: while the rhythm section is very tight, the guitar and vocal parts are stunningly raw, deconstructed, sometimes evidently out of tune.
  7. På disse fire sidene vil jeg presentere et utvalg med albumer, EP'er, singler, videoer og DVD'er av og med en rekke grupper og artister.
  8. Chris Karrer’s cod-operatic falsetto intones the first lines of the poem Dem Guten Schönen Wahren (To The True, The Beautiful, The Good) over eerie organ, guitars and violin backing. The production is sludgy and righteous as the song descends to an outer ring of Hell while Chris whoops and hollers as the Shaman-with-mad-eyes.

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