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Agitation Free - 2nd Album

Agitation Free - 2nd Album
Title:
2nd
Performer:
Agitation Free
Style:
Krautrock, Prog Rock
Released:
1973
Catalog:
6360 615
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
2663 mb
FLAC album size:
1007 mb
Genre:
Label:
Vertigo

Tracklist


1Not Of The Same Kind
Vocals – Frank Diez, Jackie Diez
2In The Silence Of The Morning Sunrise6:29
3Listening
Vocals – Frank Diez, Jackie Diez
4Haunted Island
Lyrics By – Edgar Allan Poe
7:10
5A Quiet Walk(9:11)
6First Communication8:18
7Dialogue And Random2:00
8Laila, Part II6:45
9Laila, Part I1:32


Credits


  • Artwork [Back]Alex Von Koettlitz
  • Artwork [Front]Folke Hanfeld
  • Artwork [Inside]Irm Siering
  • BassMichael Günther
  • Drums, Percussion [Assorted], Voice, MellotronBurghard Rausch
  • Engineer [Assistant]U. Schier, Zwicka
  • Engineer [Recording]David Siddle
  • GuitarStefan Diez
  • Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, BouzoukiLutz Ulbrich
  • Synthesizer, KeyboardsMichael Hoenig
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Producer, Design [Cover Design]Agitation Free


Notes


Recorded and mixed Studio 70, Munich, July 1973.

Vertigo "swirl" label.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout: 10 AA 6360615 1Y 320
  • Matrix / Runout: 10 AA 6360615 2Y 320
  • Price Code (Boxed): D
  • Rights Society: GEMA


Companies


  • Recorded At – Studio 70, Munich
  • Mixed At – Studio 70, Munich


Album


Agitation Free. 2Nd. Believe Music, The Orchard Music, Redeye Distribution. Ash Ra - 1973 8 Songs. Rock Free's 2nd stands as one of Germany's finest instrumental rock albums of the 1970s and a classic for fans of progressive rock and Krautrock. Despite the fact that the group had problems keeping its cohesion at the time, these troubles never affect the music. 2nd presented a daring blend of Krautrock-type extended jams, laid-back attitude, and experimentation. The music remains very psychedelic in nature, more early Can than Faust. The presence of acoustic guitars and bouzouki emphasizes the easygoing nature of the music, along with Stefan Diez's elegant guitar soloing,. Listen free to Agitation Free 2nd First Communication, Dialogue & Random and more. 7 tracks 38:48. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Kraut Rock. Songs in album Agitation Free - 2Nd 1973. Agitation Free - First Communication. Agitation Free - Dialogue & Random. Agitation Free - Laila, Part I. Agitation Free - Laila, Part II. Agitation Free - In The Silence Of The Morning Sunrise. Agitation Free - A Quiet Walk - Listening & Not Of The Same Kind. Agitation Free - Haunted. Listen full album. View all Agitation Free albums. 2nd. 7 tracks. Released in 1973. PC Data Track With Background Informations About Agitation Free. Someones Secret. Mickeys Laugh. Released: Mar 1973. Label: Revisited Records. Agitation Free don't possess the hipster cache of Can, Faust and Amon Duul II, yet they created some of Krautrock's best music. The band's relative obscurity can in part be attributed to their idiosyncratic evolution. Unlike their peers, many of which turned more alien-sounding with each release, Agitation Free did the exact opposite. Thus, 2nd is far more rooted in American improv-rock circa 1970 than its predecessor, the insanely exotic Malesch. Agitation Free: First Communication, Dialogue & Random, Laila, Pt. 1 и другие песни. Well, the second Agitation Free album is different to the first one. The Ethno influences are completely gone as well as the oriental impact. But with everything gone wich made the first album what it is, the second one doesn't weaken, far from it, I consider 2nd to be even better than Malesch. Yes it's not as playful but still isn't a slight fare. Agitation Free is a German experimental krautrock band, formed in 1967 by Michael Fame Günther bass guitar, Lutz Lüül Ulbrich guitar, Lutz Ludwig Kramer guitar and Christopher Franke drums. They were initially called Agitation, a name they chose at random from a dictionary. The band had to change the name because another band with the same name already existed. Agitation Free was chosen based on a poster for a free show played in the early 1970s saying Agitation Free