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    Posted: September 07 2013 at 10:40
Probably going with Seffer here but I really do love all four of these.
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I only own the Amoeba Split and Popol Vuh ones. 
Between them it's a pretty easy pick for me - even if I do adore the Spanish of the two.

The matching of Florian and Monsieur Veit is unbeatableHeart He's named Conny for a reason you know - how else could you ever play that soulful and almost femininely sensuous?
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Seffer is excellent buy my vote goes to Popol Vuh
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I only have the first (so I won't vote) but it is surely wonderful. Modern canterburian prog at it's finest.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

I only own the Amoeba Split and Popol Vuh ones. 
Between them it's a pretty easy pick for me - even if I do adore the Spanish of the two.

The matching of Florian and Monsieur Veit is unbeatableHeart He's named Conny for a reason you know - how else could you ever play that soulful and almost femininely sensuous?
 
I love Veit's playing and he certainly offers up some beautiful melodies on this gorgeous album. I must admit that I also like when he "let's go" as he does at times on thoses GILA records.
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Originally posted by Nogbad_The_Bad Nogbad_The_Bad wrote:

Seffer is excellent buy my vote goes to Popol Vuh
 
I went with Seffer. This one continues to blow me away, such an interesting record. Bertrand on bass and Laizeau on drums really create an incredible rhythm section. The string quartet that played on ZAO's Osiris album are also here. This can get quite dark.
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Originally posted by Man With Hat Man With Hat wrote:

I only have the first (so I won't vote) but it is surely wonderful. Modern canterburian prog at it's finest.
 
Man I really enjoyed listening to Amoeba Split last night. Such a groovy sound, as in jazzy of course. Love the instrumental work.
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Neffesh Music is too weird for me, man
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Originally posted by Triceratopsoil Triceratopsoil wrote:

Neffesh Music is too weird for me, man
 
LOL It's not for everyone.
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Eiliff's debut is really good if your into jazz flavoured Krautrock. It took me a long time to appreciate this band but now I love their sound.
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It's between Seffer and Amoeba for me, I'll have to listen to them one after the other and report back Smile
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I only have the Seffer and Popul Vuh ones, but love both of those albums. I went with Hosianna Mantra -- it's one of my very favourite of my favourite albums.
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 It's five o'clock in the morning and I all the mantras I recite don't help to sleep. So I  vote Seffer. 


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Originally posted by Logan Logan wrote:

I only have the Seffer and Popul Vuh ones, but love both of those albums. I went with Hosianna Mantra -- it's one of my very favourite of my favourite albums.
 
I didn't know you were such a fan. Well the people have spoken and not surprisingly Hosianna Mantra will be moving on.
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Originally posted by hellogoodbye hellogoodbye wrote:

 It's five o'clock in the morning and I all the mantras I recite don't help to sleep. So I  vote Seffer. 


 
Nice pick. Hey my computer has some sort of virus Pierre so i'm at the wife's office checking in. I need my PA fix.Big smile
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Hosianna Mantra
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Dammit, no vote for me, as I've not heard a single one of these! More albums to add to my `Check out' list, John!
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