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Guru Guru, 1976 - Tango Fango

Добавил vp_1974 24.03.2011 в 13:41
Style: Kraut Rock / Prog Rock
Country: Germany
Format: MP3 / CBR, 320 kbps  
Size: 97.2 Mb

Tracks:
1. Tomorrow. 4:17
2. Tango Fango. 3:46
3. Soba Soave Bossanova. 4:58
4. Un, Deux, Trois. 0:46
5. Nightbear. 6:31
6. Banana Flap. 6:16
7. L. Torro. 4:55
8. Salto Mortadella. 3:41
9. Das Lebendige Radio. 8:07

Total Time: 43:17



Musicians:

Ingo Bischof: keyboards
Tommy Goldschmidt: percussion
Sepp Jandrisits: guitar
Jogi Karpentiel: bass
Mani Neumeier: drums, keyboards, producer
Roland Schaeffer: synthesizer, guitar

Review Album:
With their 8th studio album GURU GURU continued to explore Latin/Fusion sound that they started on the previous efforts. The music is ever more complex with increasing use of assorted percussions, keyboards, synths and saxophones, courtesy mainly of multi- instrumentalist Rolland Schaeffer. However, this album is not very strong. With its frequent take on light samba/bossa nova sound, at times it is close to easy-listening Muzak. What keeps it back on track is omnipresent Mani's humour and satire, which reminds us that we are not listening to some Brazilian "riviera-style" samba/jazz. "L Torro" takes us back to the best moments of "Dance of the Flames", while the experimental "Das Lebendige Radio" is sort of a filler on this album, although I (with my limited German language skills) assume the satiric view of "Madagascaran accordion players helping bring Deutsche Demokratische Republik and West Germany back together again" was really funny at those times of divided Germany...
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