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3 stars Hippy freak ensemble delivering a tasteful, colourful collection of "pastoral" bluesy folk jams and songs for the pleasure of our ears. Imagine a fusion between kosmische kraut improvisations and peaceful forest folk songs. "Gedanken" starts and finish in a relaxed, "trippy" folk sounding. The break delivers a bluesy-kraut guitar solo within a "spacey" flavour. An intense, pleasant listening. "Lassie" is a simple folk song with hippy like lyrics for a male / female duo. Old dated stuff. "Gitarrenstuck" features a free-folk bluesy based guitar song with fragile female voices in the distance. "The Old Man's Song" once again provides a nice combination between spacey rock grooves, folkish guitar chords, and percussions, also including some "useless" vocals. "Schmetterling" is a pagan dancing folk song for flute, voice and guitar, a quite charming atmosphere. Not one my kraut-folk favourites but a sweet listening. More exigent German folk lovers should go on Witthuser & Westrupp, Parzival and Ougenweide.
philippe | 3/5 |


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