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Cyklus

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Studio Album, released in 1979

Songs / Tracks Listing

01. Airflow (4:40)
02. Nito (7:12)
03. Planet Of Two Suns (3:06)
04. Funky Depression (6:23)
05. Zeitblende (3:03)
06. Wolken (7:39)
07. Water And Sun (3:26)
08. Ocean's Gift (4:16)

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Line-up / Musicians

Jens Fischer - guitar
Achim Gieseler - keys, piano
Matz Steinke - bass
Mickie Stickdorn - drums

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Released on LP at Erlkönig in 1979

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3 stars Cyklus is a very underrated jazz fusion band from Germany who release a single album in 1979 at defunct label Erlkönig, named Planet of two suns. While the album is a real pleasure to listen more towards lighter side of jazz but with a good dose of rougher moments, they never gain a wider recognition from jazz listners and even progressive ones. Taken their influences from another great german jazz band Passport and even in places from Return to Forever, Cyklus manege to creat a solid album with great pieces. All tracks are real winners and desearve a close lisning if you want to catch the core of the whole album, the longer pieces ar the best, like Nito, Wolken andFunky Depression, but also the opening track is realy good - Airflow, the rest are ok . 3 stars for Planet of two suns who is great, underrated, unknown - but excellent all the way. 3 members from here were also part of another german jazz rock band named Aera.

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