Henrich & Hochstetter ‎– Henrich & Hochstetter

Philips ‎– 6305 149
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Wings 2:59
A2 Good Morning Blues 3:57
A3 Tear You Down 2:10
A4 Deathletter Blues 5:55
A5 Charleston 1:53
A6 For You, Babe 2:43
B1 Take This Train 6:44
B2 It Hurts Me So 4:33
B3 I Don't Know 4:28
B4 Crazy Mama 2:37
B5 Jimi's Breakdown 2:25

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Recorded at Love-Studios Cologne
All Songs Publisched by Hanseatic excert "Crazy Mama"(Gerig) and "Charleston"(Budde)

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  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
6305 149 Henrich & Hochstetter Henrich & Hochstetter(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Philips 6305 149 Germany 1971 Sell This Version
6305 149 Henrich & Hochstetter Henrich & Hochstetter(LP, Album, TP) Philips 6305 149 Germany 1971 Sell This Version


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September 12, 2017

... criminally underrated record. Unbelievable quality of playing and well produced. Trippy blend of Blues, folk and psych. A must have for fans of this genre.


December 12, 2010
edited over 10 years ago
Another beautiful gem from my collection, I didn´t listen to for a long time and be more than surprized, what if found. This by sure is a beautiful mix of folk & blues with deep psychedelic ranges, accompanied by a fantastic femal voice by times. So this would fit to the top of the Pilz-Records label. Recordingquality is top, musicians are superb, listen and dream away.
The guys are from Düsseldorf, wellknown in the folk- and blues-szene there in the early 70ies. They done 2 EPs and this one and only lp.The quality of their playing reach the level of John Renbourn or Bert Jansch. Sometime it´s told, Wizz Jones himself had played at the recordings. So you can imagine, what is waiting here.
Emtidi for example never reached this level. Even Peter Bursch from Bröselmaschine never did such a playing. Incredible guitarlines, sitar and psychedelic-distortion-effects in a perfect way.
Try to get a copy, as long, as less people know it and you can afford it. This is truely rare. I saw it hardly ever, even in the 80ies.