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4.08 | 6 ratings | 1 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2006

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Bombarde-Ment 1:10
2. Kommt ihr Jungfern helft mir klagen 5:03
3. Eines Freitags im Wald 3:11
4. Pferdesegen (Contra Uermes) 2:00
5. Bald anders 6:32
6. Im Badehaus 3:08
7. Owê wie jaemerliche 4:21
8. Engelboltes Tochter Aven 3:01
9. Rumet uz die Schäemel und die stüele 1:54
10. Alfol 1:00
11. Der Schlemihl 3:55
12. Merseburger Spieluhr 0:37
13. Till 0:23
14. Tyllurius Spiegelius 3:21
15. Der Hofmaler 5:05
16. Till und die Gelehrten 4:28
17. Tills Ende und Vermächtnis 5:20
18. Welscher Tanz und Hupfauf 2:46
19. Totus Floreo 2:36
20. Wol mich der Stunde 5:28
21. Durch den Ermel gat dâz Loch 4:58
22. Enzio 2:06

Line-up / Musicians

Minne Graw/ Flutes, E-Piano, Harmonium, vocals
Olaf Casalich/ Percussion, vocals
Wolfgang v. Henko: Guitars, Mandolin, vocals
Jürgen Isenbart: Percussion
Stefan Wulff: Bass, guitar, accordion
Frank Wulff: Flute, Krummhorn, Mandolin, Banjo, Bouzouki, guitar,vocals

Releases information

Bear Family records BCD 116779 AH

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OUGENWEIDE Ohrenschmaus/Eulenspiegel ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(80%)
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Review by Sean Trane
4 stars This reissue of the next two Ougenweide albums is one of last year's best news for folk prog fans. While both albums had received re-releases (legit or not), this little baby is a rather indispensable for fans and newcomers alike. Both this release and the preceding one have superb booklets with an extensive group history (English/German), including loads of photos (including the booklet's covers), both albums' full artworks reproduced as well as the totality of the lyrics printed as well. The sepia-coloured booklet is not as ideal as the first collection, because the two albums it features were much more coloured. A gorgeous picture adorns an excellent logo name that you will find in the previous release as well.

While I wrote reviews of the original albums in the album's respective page (so please look there for detailed reviews), what one must know is that this is about the best way for everyone to acquire their music, no matter if you are a newbie or a veteran of the group. While Ohrenschmaus is just an excellent, dynamic (and typical) album of theirs, the other one, Eulenspiegel is really the most charming and narrative of their discography.

An excellent (and cheap) manner to get comfy with this out-of-the ordinary band, but it is advisable to not listen to the full disc in a single shot for fear of overdose: rather divide your listening sessions to the original albums separately. This release being absolutely indispensable for the progheads, I can only wish that the label will put reissue the next four albums as well in the same format, especially the double-live album by itself and the next two coupled, Fryheit with its follow up Ousflug.

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