Amon Düül II - Live In London album flac
|A2||Eye Shaking King|
|A3||Soap Shop Rock|
|Syntelman's March Of The Roaring Seventies|
|B1a||Pull Down Your Mask|
|B1b||Prayer To The Silence|
|B2a||Restless Skylight-Transistor Child-Landing In A Ditch|
|B2c||A Short Stop At The Transylvanian Brain Surgery|
|Race From Here To Your Ears|
|B3b||Riding On A Cloud|
- Bass Guitar, Vocals – Lothar Meid
- Drums – D Secundus Fichelscher*, Peter Leopold
- Engineer [Recording] – Vic Maile
- Guitar, Violin, Soprano Saxophone – Chris Karrer
- Guitar, Vocals – John Weinzierl
- Mixed By [Remixed] – Jurgen Koppers*, Peter Kramper
- Organ, Synthesizer – Falk-U Rogner*
- Producer – Amon Düül II, Olaf Kubler*
- Vocals – Renate Knaup-Krötenschwanz*
NotesFirst test pressing
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1, stamped): 6.24851.01.1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2, stamped): 6.24851.01.2
|USP 102||Amon Düül II||Live In London (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||USP 102||UK||1973|
|6.24851||Amon Düül II||Live In London (LP, Album, RE)||Telefunken||6.24851||Germany||1982|
|L 35326||Amon Düül II||Live In London (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||L 35326||New Zealand||1974|
|UA-LA-354-G||Amon Düül II||Live In London (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UA-LA-354-G||Venezuela||1973|
|UAS 29466||Amon Düül II||Live In London (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UAS 29466||Italy||1974|
Falk-U Rogner Producer - Amon Düül II, Olaf Kübler Vocals - Renate Knaup-Krötenschwanz. Open a dictionary and look up Acid rock and by rights a picture of this album cover should be there in lue of the definition
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A curious release in the Amon Düül II catalog - originally it appeared only in Britain, and then as an astonishingly cheap budget release - Live in London is, unsurprisingly, exactly what it says it is. Recorded near the end of 1972, it features the full-band lineup performing songs mostly from Yeti and Tanz der Lemminge for a quite enthusiastic crowd (if prog rock bands performed for a bunch of stoned hippies, one would never know that from the cheers throughout)
Producer – Amon Düül II, Olaf Kübler. Remastered By – Eroc. Vocals – Renate Knaup-Krötenschwanz. CD reissue of the original LP (United Artists, 1973) with 2 bonus tracks (tracks 8-9). Recorded live at The Greyhound, Croydon, 16 December 1972.
Amon Düül II (or Amon Düül 2) is a German rock band. The group is generally considered to be one of the founders of the Krautrock scene and a seminal influence on its development. The band emerged from the radical West German commune scene of the late 1960s, with others in the same commune including some of the future founders of the Red Army Faction.
Album by Amon Düül II. Archangels Thunderbird. Syntelman's March of the Roaring Seventies. Prayer to the Silence. Dehypnotized Toothpaste. A Short Stop at the Transylvanian Brain Surgery. Race From Here to Your Ears(Little Tornados). Bonus Tracks on the CD release. Bavarian Soap Shop Rock. Improvisation on Gulp a Sonata.
Amon Duul II - Live In Tokyo (1996). Amon Düül II - 1973 Live In London (Remastered 2003). Frumpy - 1990 - Now. Head Machine - 1970 - Orgasm. Extradition's sole album is highly worthwhile, and often entrancing, folk music that bleeds over into folk-rock and psychedelia, even. Amon Duul II - Live In Tokyo (1996) RE-POST. Clannad - An Diolaim (2005).
AMON DUUL II LIVE IN LONDON german electronic prog progressive on UNITED ARTISTS Condition: Used. Time left: 3h 40m 4s. Ships to: Worldwide. Amon Düül II album bestography. Higher ranked (70,951st) This album (76,362nd) Lower ranked (76,785th) LemmingmaniaLive In LondonPyragony X. Listen to Live In London on YouTube. Live In London track list. No tracks have been rated on this album yet.
Live in London" by Amon Duul II was a budget priced album released in 1973, and costing less than a pound (full priced albums around then were about 3 pounds). Unlike a lot of the others, "Live in London" was actually good. The recording quality is not that great, but the quality of the music does come through well. Starting with the blistering "Archangels Thunderbird", reminiscent of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant song", the casual listener's attention is immediately caught.