More Popol Vul, this one from a 1977 soundtrack they did the music for. This is from my original German LP released on Egg records. Track listing follows:
1. Engel Der Gegenwart 2.Blatter Aus Dem Buch Der Kuhnheit 3.Das Lied Von Den Hohen Bergen
4.Huter Der Schwelle 5.Der Ruf 6.Singet, Denn Der Gesang Vertreibt Die Wolfe 7.Gemeinschaft
This is from a 2 for 1 CD I got recently of Nick Simper's (Deep Purple's bassist on their first 3 albums) post Warhorse band, Fandango (at least the next band he recorded for formally). I broke them up into 2 files devided by the albums so the first file is Slipstreaming from '79, the second is Future Times from 1980. Each album has one track omitted for timing reasons. All are tagged so I won't waste space listing the tracks here.
Before I bail out of here to go update my other blog, I thought I would jump upon my soapbox and toss a very interesting tidbit your way. As most of you know, I am not a very big fan of the RIAA and most record companies, because like most corporations rich beyond most people's comprehension, they rake in more and more money, corporate suits get richer and richer , while ripping off the little guys (which, yes, does include the artists) and cry and whine how THEY are being ripped off all the while. I found this little item while doing a google search for Cheap Trick. It seems that Sony is ripping them (and the Allman Brothers, as well as others) blind on internet downloads (does it ever end with these fuckers??!?!?!??) due to a discrepency over how those downloads are classified. If you don't know the details (and I know I am a bit behind the times on this story from late April) read this:
And if you want some great UNRELEASED Trick, as well as some live Mint Tattoo from 1968 go to the liveandotherwise blog.