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Hoelderlin
VerfasserIn: Hölderlin
Jahr: 2007 (1975)
Verlag: Capitol Music
Mediengruppe: Compact Disc
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This is German progressive rock of the 1970s at its best. Actually, this is some of the best progressive rock of the 1970s. This music compares well with the first 4 albums of King Crimson, which are my favorite albums of King Crimson. Hoelderin sounds unique but the overall atmosphere of their music could be compared to early King Crimson and Genesis, at moments sounding a bit reminiscent of Jethro Tull due to their use of flute, Supertramp in some of their lightness and saxophone playing similarity and once a while reminding us of Peter Hammill's vocal lines crossing in between talking and singing. Their music has nothing in common with the mechanical and electronic sound of krautrock. The song structure and melody lines of Hoelderin are in the tradition of the most beautiful progressive rock music coming out of England at about the same time when Hoelderlin's (of earlier name) first amazing album Holderlins Traum came out in 1972, full of acoustic folk beauty sung in German. The album I am reviewing, Hoelderlin (1975), as well as their following album, could be the most interesting progressive rock album coming from outside of English speaking countries of 1970s, perhaps surpassing even Ange's best efforts. This album is done in English and both vocalists, Christoph Noppeney and Joachim Grumbkow.
Deven Gadula
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VerfasserIn: Hölderlin
Jahr: 2007 (1975)
Verlag: Capitol Music
Enthaltene Werke: Schwebebahn, I Love My Dog, Honeypot, Nürnberg, Deathwatchbeetle
Systematik: CD.09
Mediengruppe: Compact Disc