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2.52 | 14 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1971

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Trip Away (10:19)
2. Song of Junk (3:51)
3. Every Time (3:17)
4. Indian Fate (3:55)
5. Hopeless Love (2:50)
6. Too Many Stops (4:24)
7. For Me, For You (4:26)
8. Business Woman (3:47)
9. Lonely Lover (3:57)
10. Clean Survival (4:01)
11. Motorcycle Mama (2:07) *
12. Your Lovin' Man (1:47) *

Total Time: 48:41
* bonus tracks

Line-up / Musicians

- Piet Schimkat / vocals
- Benrd Zamulo / bass, vocals, piano
- Rolf Brockhorst / guitar
- Achim Brierley / drums

Releases information

2003 CD reissue: Long Hair (TOCA-Records) B0000CE9WO

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SITTING BULL Trip Away ratings distribution

(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(21%)
Good, but non-essential (36%)
Collectors/fans only (29%)
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Review by DamoXt7942
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2 stars Bluesy west coast rock tinged with psychedelic flavour and meagre progressive tip ... forgive me but I'm afraid these words would be the most suitable for their one and only music production. Only the first titled track should be worth discussing here. In the authentic vein of bluesy hard rock, enthusiastic voices, good keyboard touches, and straight guitar works go through. Some alternative tempos or psychedelic oscillations can be heard, but sadly simple and easy melody phrases come upon a regular basis. Doubtful we could call them innovative, honest to say. Sadly, the other nine songs are pop and catchy stuffs with some cranky syllables. Guess they had got more or less influenced by West Coast bluesy psychedelic rock like Jefferson Airplane or early Grateful Dead blended with Southern Rock taste. Cannot notice they would be a "German" psychedelic rock combo via these tracks actually. Enjoyable, sometimes easygoing, and often serious, tough indeed, but never recommended as a progressive rock nor a typical Krautrock agent. A tough case.

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