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SILOAH

Krautrock • Germany


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Siloah were a German progressive psych / folk band in the vein of Kalacakra, Langsyne and others "curiosities". A collective hippie musical tribe largely inspired by mysticism, LSD and sexadelism. Their music features a heavy use of stoned vocals (in English), mantric like guitar parts, flute, "ethnic" percussions. Their first drugged item released in 1970 offers a dangerous and imaginative ocean of trippy, perpetual jammings. A bombastic psychedelic explosion in the mood of the best german prog folk releases. The atmospheres are beautifully "acoustic", sometimes dreamy and ethereal but never away from krautrock "primitive" sound. One year later they release an other highly psychedelic item with now more emphasis on keyboards parts. Both records have been re-issued in CD in 1993 on the Lost pipedream label. Today their discography is available at "Garden of delight". An achieved musical experience and a beautiful "acid" folk trip that can ravish fans of krautrock.

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2.79 | 6 ratings
Siloah [also released as Säureadler]
1970
3.17 | 5 ratings
Sukram Gurk
1972

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 Siloah [also released as Säureadler] by SILOAH album cover Studio Album, 1970
2.79 | 6 ratings

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Siloah [also released as Säureadler]
Siloah Krautrock

Review by Discographia

2 stars German group of Folk Progressive Rock tends Krautrok. Saureadler listens to especially around a campfire by the sea on the sand, between young or less young hippy, séches guitars, percussions, singings(songs), vocal little of psychédélisme inside has Amon Düül in more technical and more well-kept. The work remains however original, a music close to the community music and to the nature, without violence, the music is not twisted and listens to relatively peacefully.

It is not regrettably a major album of the progressive rock, but a nice album one one can décourvrire or make discover in group around a good fire(light) and around good drinks and the others substance the progressive rock under another shape.

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 Sukram Gurk  by SILOAH album cover Studio Album, 1972
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Siloah Krautrock

Review by philippe
Special Collaborator Content Development & Krautrock Team

3 stars In this album, the obscure germans of Siloah explore a new musical direction that has almost nothing in common with the acid-bucolic-primitive-folk of their beginning. The music is highly concentrated on complex, melodic progressive rock psychedelica dominated by electric organs' powerful chords. The album is proggier and much more structured that their previous one. The opening theme starts as a humorous proggy pop ballad then carries on an ultra expressive organ section focused on serene melodies. Magic Carpet ride to the alps is a grooved out, sensual organic improvisation, strictly instrumental with a discreet experimental touch. Feast of the pickpockets is a gorgeous dreamy-like, spacy dramatic interlude for warm organic tones. Stony is an other psychedelic improvisation sustained by furious keyboards and a frantic freak'n roll action. Obviously recommended for krautrock fans despite it's not a classic. Nicely made!

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Siloah Krautrock

Review by philippe
Special Collaborator Content Development & Krautrock Team

3 stars Born during krautrock's explosion at the beginning of the 70's Siloah deserves an interest for fans of psychedelic folk music. With a delicate free form sound the band delivers catchy, sometimes dreamy like songs for acoustic instruments, dominated by guitars and percussions. The "acid" folk mention reminds me some good kraut-folk items (Amon Duul's Paradieswarts Duul, Kalacakra's Crawling to Lhasa, Hoelderlin's Traum.), featuring "ethno-psychedelic", simplistic poetic romance and stoned vocals. "Yellow puppets" is a short "pastoral" piece for acoustic guitar & percussions, quite charming. "Krishna Golden Dope Show" is more into a "hippie" like trip, a bit old dated but it sounds nice, very folk with gorgeous peaceful effects, "monotonous" vocals and soft chorus. "Road to Larany" is a brilliant bluesy acoustic folk ballad. "Acid Eagle" is a freak out repetitive tune for ethnic like percussions and stringed instruments. "Alluminum winds" is a rather dark "acid" folk composition with not real coherence and no real sense of composition. Nice floating flute lines punctuated the ensemble. The new Garden of delights CD reissue contains bonus tracks & a full booklet of notes and photos. Not the best German "stoned" folk item but a few amazing atmospheres.

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