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3.67 | 18 ratings | 2 reviews | 17% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1976

Songs / Tracks Listing

Original Live:
1. Ouverture (7:28)
2. Finale (12:03)
3. Our Power (3:59)
4. Zugabe (9:27)
Recordings for unreleased second album:
5. Chinese Dragon (9:14)
6. Hwrklnzg (3:39)
7. Honey Moon (5:43)
8. Improvisations (3:06)
9. Intermezzo (6:24)
Songs from compilation album:
10. Two Souls in Space (7:14)
11. Feelings without Name (3:56)

Total Time: 72:13

Line-up / Musicians

- Christian Linder / guitars, keyboards
- Richard Rothenberger / keyboards
- Peter Suter / drums, percussion

Releases information

LP Black Rills-CH (1976)
This is a reissue of the 1976 album of the same title adding five previously unreleased bonus tracks recorded in studio in 1977 and 2 more bonus tracks "Perspectives" recorded in 1973.

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KEDAMA Live At Sunrise Studios ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(17%)
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Review by erik neuteboom
3 stars This is a trio from Switzerland with a CD release featuring the four songs from the original LP (1976) and seven bonustracks. The range of vintage keyboards is impressive: Mellotron, Hammond B3 organ, Minimoog synthesizer, Farfisa organ and acoustic - and electric piano. The compositions sound pleasant but a bit fragmentic, like a bunch of nice ideas during a jam session. The guitar work is fiery but there are only a few soli. The most obvious hint is early Yes. The bonustracks feature more instrumental variation like a sitar and more lush keyboard sound. Highlight is the track Honey Moon delivering awesome Mellotron waves but Feelings Without Name is also wonderful with Spanish guitar and flute. A fine album with some beautiful moments.

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5 stars It shouldn't be necessary any advice to enjoy this marvellous work. But to allow you to enjoy even more deeply what you are near to listen, just one recommendation: please, do not compare what this Swiss guys have put in this album, it can't be a reason to disqualify their work. Probably you ... (read more)

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