Friday, February 9, 2007

Gunter Schickert - Uberfallig- 1979 Germany (NWW list!)


Hard to find a place to put this German artists, but categories matter little when an album is this good. From weird delay soundscapes, to gentle plunking that build into massive soundscapes this is some really timeless music that might appeal to everyone from Pink Floyd to Robert Fripp to Cluster.
Here's his 2nd LP!
note: link removed, as this has just been reissued by Bureau B Records

20 comments:

marcus said...

the greatest record. I love the drum hits... thanks

Anonymous said...

excellent!!
do you have a tracklist for this?

john said...

It's cool to hear some more Schickert, but I wonder, is this the complete album? On the Groove Unlimited site they list another five minute song on side one called "In der zeit." What you've posted is all awesome, I'm just wondering if something's missing.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for this gem. According to the tracklist in http://www.discogs.com/release/731504, there seems to be a track missing in your post (A2). Could you check this please?
In any case, fantastic!

mutantsounds said...

Yes John i think you are right...just noticed it....i will fix it ASAP...sorry for the incovenience

Anonymous said...

excited to hear this! really, I'm excited to hear just about everything on this blog ... thanks for your hard work!!

Vincent said...

this is a real doozy! soundscapes of epic proportions. well worth the download, and a MUST have for ecclectic music collectors.

marcus said...

hi, here I would provide you my personal favorite krautrock gem:
http://rapidshare.com/files/15654142/ejwuusl_wessahqqan.zip
it's a rare record rereleased by garden of delight, full of lofi improv organ, bass, drums stuff.
I love that and hope you like that too. this is just to give something back.
there is not a lot of information about this project, but you will find something via google (sometimes german only)
best wishes
marcus

mutantsounds said...

thanks marcus...i already got this one...but thanks anyway....great record indeed

marcus said...

mutantsounds hat gesagt...
thanks marcus...i already got this one...but thanks anyway....great record indeed


you are the king of krautrock and all that wild and special stuff in strange music. thanks a lotttttt!!!!! :-)

Anonymous said...

Do you have by cahnce any of his albums with GAM?

Thanks

LL

mutantsounds said...

no sorry...i'm searching for them too

Anonymous said...

Gunter Schickert 2nd song is still missing.

Anonymous said...

thanks dude, love this guy's groove.. got sonambul, and it's great.. guy's really listenable and surely knows how to tweak the soundz.. thanx a lot for this.. spacearc

Sam said...

Wow - thanks for this! My crazy art teacher at school gave me a tape of this about 15 years ago and it's great to hear it again. It had Robert Schroeder's Paradise on the other side. I used to listen to it over and over again in the darkroom developing photos, until the tape got too stretched!

house303 said...

I'm more than happy that the link is still very active...

Thank you so much!

Gianni said...

dreamy trip.
thank you!

Sean said...

Very cool. It's as if Manuel Gottsching were to jam with CAN circa Future Days. Nice easy grooves and spacey guitar throughout. Never goes overboard. Excellent.

Red.Venice.Records said...

This minimal terrain is right my alley, like bleaker Yes.

Anonymous said...

good news. this was just reishd on cd + lp by bureau b