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SAMETI

Krautrock • Germany


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After the recording of Amon Duul's "Yeti", Dave Anderson leaves the band to join Hawkwind. Dieter Serfas and Christian Shart do the same and decide to form their own project called Sameti in Munich in 1971.. Their first album released for Metronome in 1972 is a great mixture of Hawkwind and Amon Duul trippy styles with long psych improvisations and a couple of more structured heavy rock songs. For this first musical essay the band features members of Embryo and Amon Duul with special guests as Robert Eliscu (Popol Vuh) and Jurgen Benz. Recorded in 1974, "Hungry For Love" marks many changes in sound, the band abandons their free-form spacey rock for a conventional heavy rock'n roll. This one announces the end of the band's career.

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2.97 | 12 ratings
Sameti
1972
1.18 | 3 ratings
Hungry For Love
1974

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 Hungry For Love by SAMETI album cover Studio Album, 1974
1.18 | 3 ratings

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Sameti Krautrock

Review by hdfisch
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1 stars Second album by Munich formation SAMETI has to be the worst album of 1974 released by any Prog or Krautrock band. I could rather imagine it being an average one by any late 70's / early 80's no name punk band. Far its time ahead if considered this way, but who really cares? I can just advice any Krautrock fan to stick to their debut album and keep hands off this one. For Motorhead fans only (if at all)!

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2.97 | 12 ratings

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Sameti Krautrock

Review by hdfisch
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3 stars SAMETI, that's another band project from my hometown and yet another one related to EMBRYO but more strongly to AMON DÜÜL II which is strikingly proofed by the style presented on their debut album here. The material offered here can be described roughly as highly drug-inspired free-form and hard-edged space rock that is KRAUTrock in its real literal sense if choosing its meaning of weed. First side of the original vinyl contains four quite well-done loosely-structured tracks with great dual guitar and some occasional sax solos. The only point I can grumble about is Shrat's vocal performance that I found already annoying on A.D. II's stuff, quite awful I've to say but that's probably a matter of taste. Side two is occupied by the 22 minute improvised piece "Anotherwaytosee" which is really remarkable and wouldn't have been out of place on "Tanz der Lemminge" for example. I wouldn't call this band necessarily an excellent addition to any Prog collection but anyway I'd recommend it to all Krautrock afficiados and in particular fans of Amon Düül.

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