BURY MY HEART AT WOUNDED KNEE (full info)
Album legendy krautrocka z 1973 roku.
This band was from Stuttgart and managed just two studio albums before splitting. Their guitarist leader Conny Veit will be known latter as collaborator of both POPOL VUH and GURU GURU, but this is another story.
Their first highly ambitious album - and one of the more important albums to come out of Western Germany - had a very odd concept to reflect the group's progression from aggression to communication. Quite a bloody program and I can assure you that they succeed quite well. The music on their debut runs continuously through the tracks is very trippy and atmospheric but not space rock either, In that regard , one thinks of PINK FLOYD. Their second album is very different and depicts the last and worst Indian massacre (native Americans) back in the early 70's.. The live album is posthumous but worthy of them.
In spite of their short discography, GILA is a very important group in the history of Krautrock and highly recommended to anyone looking for adventurous music.
Studio Album, released in 1973
Songs / Tracks Listing
1. This Morning (5:40)
2. In A Sacred Manner (4:42)
3. Sundance Chant (4:09)
4. Young Coyote (3:18)
5. The Buffalo Are Coming (7:20)
6. Black Kettle's Ballad (4:24)
7. Little Smoke (5:06)
8. Mindwinds And Heartfrost (5:56) (Bonus)
Total Time: 40:35.
Line-up / Musicians
- Conny Veit / guitars, vocals, vibes, bass, flute, Moog
- Florian Fricke / piano, Moog, Mellotron
- Daniel Fichelscher / drums, percussion, bass
- Sabine Merbach / vocals
LP Warner WB 46234 (1973).
NR KATALOGOWY: GARDEN CD046
Cena: 0.00 zł