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Tea In The Sahara

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3.43 | 18 ratings | 2 reviews | 6% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Edging the Tongue (9.06)
2. Vivian (6:33)
3. Boomerang (9:06)
4. Seasons (3:22)
5. Sometimes in Winter (5:15)
6. Waiting for a Perfect Time (6:28)
7. Harebrained (4:38)
8. A Lamentation of a Scapegrace (14:31)

Total Time: 58:54

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Line-up / Musicians

- Oliver Kauffmann / voice & keys
- Frank Muller / acoustic guitar
- Bob Kachler / bass, backing vocals, & acoustic guitar
- Jorg Bielfeldt / drums & percussion
- Jorg Baumann / electric and acoustic guitars

Releases information

CD Music Is Intelligence WMMS 099 (1996)

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TEA IN THE SAHARA Boomerang ratings distribution


3.43
(18 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(6%)
6%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(59%)
59%
Good, but non-essential (29%)
29%
Collectors/fans only (6%)
6%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by b_olariu
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3 stars Second offer was issued two years later in 1996 named Boomerang. It's another good release, maybe in places little less intresting, but worthy neo prog, there is plenty of memorable sections here. I can say that Tea in the Sahara is unfairly unnoticed, because to me at least is sounding far more intresting then many neo prog acts from that period. The voice is more then ok, the instrumental parts are many times killer showing that the musicians really knowing to hadle the instruments. All pieces are good with a plus on opening Edging the Tongue and ending A Lamentation of a Scapegrace, both are lenghty pieces with a lot to offer, as neo prog must sounding. Again 3.5 stars maybe very close to a 4. Strong band that for some reason never made it in neo prog zone. Both albums worthing to be investigated.

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4 stars Looking back 10 years in 1996 to an album I discovered just a view months ago, I need to write some words on this. I got this record from a friend who was a part of the "Prog Scene" in Germany some years ago. First of all I couldnīt believe that this was coming from Germany. These guys did reall ... (read more)

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