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    Posted: September 28 2011 at 19:34
Ive had a free jazz record by Wolfgang Dauner called Output for a couple of years, and I just recently found out that Dauner also had a group called Et Cetera. Eberhard Weber, Larry Coryell and Jon Hiseman all played in this band! Ive searched a couple of times, and they werent listed under Wolfgang eitherTongue This is wild stuff, but man I am won over!! I love finding music from the 70s that still sounds this fresh and uncharted. A very tasty combo of Kraut, Indian music and fusion, and Im actually really digging Exmagma at the moment, which is band that sounds pretty close to this.
Et Cetera made 2 albums and one live recording, - this is what I found from the studios:

This first one is a wonderful chill pill:


And here we get close to the circus Kraut fusion:


Second record Knirsch:


I need to get my hands on these babiesBig smile




Edited by Guldbamsen - September 28 2011 at 20:28
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I just found these as wellBig smile

The first one is just about one of the most unique sounding songs Ive heard in a while:



This is also from the first album but played live here - and using a tarang!! This sounds awesome!:




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Great find!

Here's the band on RYM: http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/et_cetera_f1

I'll post a notification in the Krautrock Team thread, but I encourage you to do the same from now on, since you have the credentials. Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by harmonium.ro

Great find!

Here's the band on RYM: http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/et_cetera_f1

I'll post a notification in the Krautrock Team thread, but I encourage you to do the same from now on, since you have the credentials. Thumbs Up


Ok Alex - I didnt know that was the proper way - now that Ive moved over to the dark sideLOL
Ill be sure to remember it for next time.

BTW - I tend to use RYM as well, whenever I come across new artists. Et Cetera were no exception. Most reviews on the site are horrible though - and then maybe once in a while, somebody from PA writes one, and things look differentlyLOL
I read some Tears for Fears reviews by Gazzardian which were very good...
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An insanely talented band. I listened to the "Knirsch" album on the way home last night and man it had me rockin' .Lots of experimental stuff too.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 25 2011 at 16:49
^That is definitely one thats high on my list John.
I can easily picture you on a dark Canadian highway with some weird Krautrock blasting out through the windows - scarring young Justin Bieber fans right down in their very soulsLOL
Ill tell you right away, its definitely not the same on a bike - even if I am listening to Monster Movie on a small ghetto blaster...
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Post Options Post Options   Quote TheGazzardian Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 25 2011 at 16:52
Originally posted by Guldbamsen

Originally posted by harmonium.ro

Great find!

Here's the band on RYM: http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/et_cetera_f1

I'll post a notification in the Krautrock Team thread, but I encourage you to do the same from now on, since you have the credentials. Thumbs Up


Ok Alex - I didnt know that was the proper way - now that Ive moved over to the dark sideLOL
Ill be sure to remember it for next time.

BTW - I tend to use RYM as well, whenever I come across new artists. Et Cetera were no exception. Most reviews on the site are horrible though - and then maybe once in a while, somebody from PA writes one, and things look differentlyLOL
I read some Tears for Fears reviews by Gazzardian which were very good...

Embarrassed

There is actually already an artist or two by this name in the archives, I've got the CD by the Canadian Et Cetera and it's quite alright. I didn't know their was a Kraut band with this name too though. LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 25 2011 at 17:02
Originally posted by TheGazzardian

Originally posted by Guldbamsen

Originally posted by harmonium.ro

Great find!

Here's the band on RYM: http://rateyourmusic.com/artist/et_cetera_f1

I'll post a notification in the Krautrock Team thread, but I encourage you to do the same from now on, since you have the credentials. Thumbs Up


Ok Alex - I didnt know that was the proper way - now that Ive moved over to the dark sideLOL
Ill be sure to remember it for next time.

BTW - I tend to use RYM as well, whenever I come across new artists. Et Cetera were no exception. Most reviews on the site are horrible though - and then maybe once in a while, somebody from PA writes one, and things look differentlyLOL
I read some Tears for Fears reviews by Gazzardian which were very good...

Embarrassed

There is actually already an artist or two by this name in the archives, I've got the CD by the Canadian Et Cetera and it's quite alright. I didn't know their was a Kraut band with this name too though. LOL


Those were indeed some great reviews, and they made me re-visit both The Hurting and Songs From the Big Chair. Great band - and I happen to prefer the original version of Mad WorldWink

From reading some of your reviews here on PA - I think you should try Et Cetera. Its out there, but in a charming way (at least thats what they sound like to me...)
Weve got a Danish band called Et Cetera too, and I didnt know about them at allEmbarrassed
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