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ALL DIE WEIL ICH MAG

Ougenweide

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Studio Album, released in 1974

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Der Fuchs und der Rabe (3:00)
2. Der Rivale (6:37)
3. Der Rattenfaenger (3:35)
4. Fuer Irene (3:24)
5. Merseburger... (3:30)
6. Ich spring an disem ringe (2:18)
7. Wan sie dahs (2:16)
8. Der Blinde und der Lahme (6:17)
9. Palaestina Lied (3:41)
10. Wintertanz (3:04)
11. Einen gekroenten reien (3:04)

Total Time: 40:16

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Line-up / Musicians

- Frank Wulff / tranverse flute, recorders, mandoline, acoustic guitar, Indian harmonium, big drum
- Stefan Wulff / E-bass, E-piano, acoustic guitar
- Jürgen Isenbart / marimbaphon, xylophone, chimes
- Wolfgang von Henko / mandoline, concert guitar, western guitar, electronic guitar, voice
- Minne Graw / voice, recorder, harmonium, harpsichord, piano
- Olaf Casalich / voice, drums, percussion

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LP Polydor International GmbH (1974)

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3.61
(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
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Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(64%)
64%
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Review by Sean Trane
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Prog Folk
4 stars After their highly successful debut album (artistically anyway), Ougenweide suffered their first two departures with both female singers leaving. The outstanding Minne Graw replaced both Kollmorgen and Blunck, and the line-up would remain stable for the next few years.

The least we can say is that the noticeable visual line-up change was almost inaudible sonically-speaking as this second album (while not a carbon copy) is rather similar even if less Fairport Span, and slightly more medieval and more even. As the tracks unfold their medieval ambiances, the album also appears less electric (but Ougenweide's albums never really were electric, anyway), more reflective and even more authentic than the debut. Again, Malicorne comes to mind, sometimes Harmonium (on the instrumental Fur Irene) or The Amazing Blondel where they get baroque on Rattenfanger. The good thing is that the album avoids a bit the "Celtic Jigs" clichés (only Ich Spring comes close), but the album avoids getting repetitive. Bassist-keyboardist Stefan Wulff (excellent electric piano on Fur Irene) is again the key member of the group, with his irresistible bass lines. The highlights are the two lengthiest tracks, the great Der Rivale (the rival) and Der Blinde Und Der Lame (the blind and the mute), where the group gives itself room to expand musically with a great flute solo.

Yes, this album has less of "rock feeling" and is much more pre-classical oriented, and it is usually considered their best, even if their first four albums are all outstanding. This album came in a gatefold with the Middle High German lyrics and its modern German translations both printed on the inside fold. Purer medieval, slightly more progressive, but very marginally better than its predecessor, this album exudes authenticity and commands solemn respect in regards to the performance. A must.

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Posted Thursday, January 11, 2007

Review by philippe
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Content Development & Krautrock Team
5 stars Wonderful prog folk chamber ensemble, delivering once again a classic of rustic, pastoral ballads and light bluesy-kraut rocking pieces. This album is continuously beautiful, mentioning a respectful sense of composition concerning old medieval pagan music. All poetical lyrics are in German (sung by female/ male voices). The opening track is strictly acoustic, delivering a bucolic, enchanting ballad for viola, flute, percussions and dreamy like voices. "Der Rivale" creates an original fusion between traditional epic medieval chants and bluesy-psych guitars, an energical sense of harmony, a great reappropriation of "ancient music". "Der Rattenfanger" is a melodic, fragile, folkish "romantic" composition for guitars, cellos and voices. "Fur Irene" features nice classical guitar passages, introspective flute lines and a lyrical atmosphere (this one is instrumental). "merseburger" starts a traditional folk chant for a little ensemble of voices, then goes into a dancing rocking "trip". The last composition is a ritualistic, pagan chant with really intrusive vocals. Perfectly achieved and clearly the best prog folk band which includes obvious & authentic medieval influences.

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Review by apps79
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Neo Prog Team
3 stars First major departures occured in Ougenweide's history after their debut with both female singers Renee Kollmorgen and Brigitte Blunck quiting.Their replacement was Minne Graw, who was also an accomplished flutist and keyboardist.The band jumped from the Zebra label to Polydor, which prooved to be a commercially clever move.Next album ''All die weil ich mag'' was recorded at Maschen Studio with Gesine Schroeder guesting on cello, released in 1974.

Another offering by Ougenweide, which mixes rearrangements of traditional songs and original compositions, but this time with deeper instrumental growth and some tricky moves in the process.The style remains largely acoustic with a touch of rockin' context in the bass and some scarce guitar parts, but now the band seems compositionally more mature, tight and focused, having evident Medieval influences adapted in a Folk Rock content, characterized by extended instrumental exercises and diverse mood colors.The atmosphere ranges from pleasant and joyful to more professional and mellow with acoustic strings, flutes, piano and bass in evidence.Of course the depth of this work comes also from the additional violin, cello, keyboards and drums, which appear every now and then.For the first time the progressive leanings of Ougenweide become apparent through the quirky acoustic instrumentals, the changes between uptempo and more Medieval-styled themes and the light interplays between the instrumentalists.Vocals are now pretty balanced compared to the previous release, not capturing the bulk of the album, and even the addition of Minne Graw seems to have occured mainly due to her instrumental talent.

This is some very nice Medieval/Folk Rock with strong proggy underlines.An excellent album for fans of Acoustic Prog and a good purchase for all lovers of demanding acoustic instrumentals.Recommended.

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1 stars An extremely dull and inoffensive album that will hold little appeal for most listeners. The big problem is... It's utterly irrelevant and meaningless today. Sounding like a recording from a bygone dead era where its target audience has long ago disappeared. The whole record literally slips ... (read more)

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