Wednesday, November 19, 2008

GAM-Eiszeit,LP,1978,Germany


Following my post ages ago of GAM 1st LP ,here's their 2nd one reissued some years back by Freeman brothers(ULTIMA THULE).The GAM trio (Günter Schickert, Axel Struck, and Michael Leske) once again leads us to endless space excurtions,reminding much Ash Ra Tempels space trips.
Note: link removed at the request of the label.


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Many thankx for this rare. Superb.g

Anonymous said...

Been hunting for this one for ages. Many thanks!!

Anonymous said...

nice one.. luv the cover art 2, thanx mutants.. cornea

ufo said...

pretty cool space psych sounds! thanks ONCE AGAIN to the Mutant Sounds gang for your efforts!

STEFAN M— said...

Superb. -- Stefan M @ Friendsound

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the GAM! Shickert is really an interesting character, in that he had the creativity to have been a major player in the krautrock movement, but either through personal choice or misfortune stayed at the sidelines of the scene. It's good some of his work is finally getting the chance to be heard. Thanks again!

Bilek said...

Oh, thank heavens! I searched for this album high and low a few months ago (after collecting the other GAM album and some other Günter Schickert stuff), but it was almost non-existent... Just now I decided to revisit this blog, and it came practically out of nowhere! Thanks a lot.

(P.S. Schickert's collaboration with Klaus Schulze is also interesting [though little of Schickert's amazing guitar playing is heard]... I suggest you to feature it some time...)

Anonymous said...

yow! been looking for this for a while to no avail until now. thanks!!!

Alan Freeman said...

THIS IS NOT RARE BUT READILY AVAILABLE FROM ULTIMA THULE!

You should support the label that have issued this & not download. It is availble as a CD release cheap & with easy PayPal payment at http://home.btconnect.com/ultimathule/tachyon/schickertgunter/03gameiszeit.html

We also have the LIVE 1976 cd available & Gunters solo "Kinder In Der Wildnis"

Anonymous said...

Saw that Dirty Knobby is releasing this on vinyl later this year.