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SWF-SESSIONS VOLUME 5

Kollektiv

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3.51 | 13 ratings | 2 reviews | 31% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Tamboura (8:16)
2. Subo (8:20)
3. Mollzitter (14:19)
4. Baldrian (6:29)
5. Gageg (20:09)

Total Time: 57:33

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Line-up / Musicians

- Klaus Dapper / flute & saxophone
- Jürgen Havix / guitar & zither
- Jürgen (Jogi) Karpenkiel / bass
- Walemar (Waldo) Karpenkiel / drums


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CD Long Hair Music LHC 5 (recorded in 1973)

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KOLLEKTIV SWF-Sessions Volume 5 ratings distribution


3.51
(13 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(31%)
31%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(31%)
31%
Good, but non-essential (31%)
31%
Collectors/fans only (8%)
8%
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Review by loserboy
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4 stars Here are one of the true hidden gems to come out of the 70's German underground scene. This album since I first heard it has moved into the ranks amongst my all time Krautrock favs... and for good reason. I would rank this album on par with the first 2 NEU ! albums and in favt can draw many similarities to their music. KOLLEKTIV were a 4 piece band led by jazz and experimentalist Klaus Dapper (flute and sax). Musically this is a pure juxtaposition of early PINK FLOYD (aka "Ummagumma") with NEU. This all instrumental album really knows how to soar into the depths of space. One of those albums that you toss late at night into the stereo and just sit back and relax too. There is nothing to loud or musically complex here but rather seductive and transcedental. KOLEKTIV musically blend soft flute with flowing bass guitar and drum lines. This is one of those albums where all 4 instruments work to perfection. Highly recommended.

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2 stars A live studio recording which finds me in a very bad mood after previous reviews. An entirely instrumental affair and quite laid back and 'of its time'. After the last bunch of garbage I've reviewed, 'Kollektiv' gets off to a good start. The flutes are nice , sounding reverbed to bits, with ... (read more)

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