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Kabisrain - Dzyan - Time Machine • Electric Silence (CD)

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  1. NEW: ALEAH - Aleah - CD Svart Progressiv • THE ELECTRIC FAMILY - Echoes Don't Lie - CD Sireena Krautrock Psychedelic • THE ELECTRIC FAMILY - Echoes Don't Lie - LP Sireena Krautrock Psychedelic • CUERO - Tiempo Despues - LP Svart Progressiv • PEMBROKE, JIM - Corporal Cauliflower's Mental Function - LP (green) Svart Progressiv • KINGSTON WALL - III TRI-LOGY - 2 LP (sunset.
  2. Dec 20,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dzyan - Electric Silence at Discogs. Complete your Dzyan collection/5(95).
  3. Time Machine, an Album by Dzyan. Released 18 October on Bacillus (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Krautrock, Jazz-Rock.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dzyan - Time Machine at Discogs. Complete your Dzyan collection/5(70).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Time Machine • Electric Silence on Discogs. Label: Germanofon (2) - • Format: CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock, Free 5/5(4).
  6. Considered to be the best Dzyan effort "Time Machine" is much more progressive than the others and largely neglect the dreamy / trance-like vibrations of "electric silence". "Kabisrain" opens this freak out jazz rock collection with an atmospheric sound full of acoustic guitars, eastern harmonies and cymbals. A weird, avant-folk ambience prevails/5.
  7. CD; DZYAN - Time MACHINE ( Krautrock) No booklet bargain! The third album Electric Silence [] was even more out on a limb, bringing weird avant-garde elements together with jazz, rock and various ethnic musics; all together in an extreme melting pot of styles, ideas and fertile imagination. Running from free-jazz through medieval.
  8. Just as excellent as their first two albums, Electric Silence closes Dzyan's recording career with an impeccable album and rounding up a very even discography where all three albums are equal in quality. It would be hard for me to choose just one album, meaning that you'd have to discard two choices as good as the one you've taken.
  9. The lineup and overall sound was quite different from the two more familiar albums "Time Machine" and "Electric Silence".  Guitarist Harry Kramer didn't have quite the frenetic virtuosity of Eddy Marron but he does the job more than ably.  The band featured a vocalist, Jochen Leuschner, who had a real beautiful and soulful voice.

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