Amon Düül II - Yeti
Krautrock. It's a genre I don't know that much about. Oh sure I can name drop a bunch of them, but I have never really given any of them a serious listen. Untill now, and starting with Amon Düül II.
This is Yeti, their 2nd album, released in 1970, and I must say, it is quite good. Musically, this is just a smorgasboard of awesome psychedelic improvisation and the like, with the title track being a lengthy 18 minute improvisation. In fact, a good half of this album is improvisation.
If you enjoyed the Silvester Anfang posted long ago, you should have a small understanding of just what you can expect here, as they were strongly influenced by this.
Recommended to fans of 70s music, psychedelic rock, and Silvester Anfang.
|1. Soap Shop Rock/Halluzination Guillotine/Gulp a Sonata/Flesh-Coloured Anti-Aircraft Alarm |
|2. She Came Through The Chimney|
|3. Archangels Thunderbird|
|5. The Return Of Ruebezahl|
|6. Eye-Shaking King|
|7. Pale Gallery|
|8. Yeti (Improvisation)|
|9. Yeti Talks To Yogi (Improvisation)|
|10. Sandoz In The Rain (Improvisation)|
In addition, this also features the Rattlesnakeplumcake / Between the Eyes 7" as the final two tracks.