Popol Vuh ‎– Aguirre

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PDU ‎– Pld. SQ 6040
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Quadraphonic
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Tracklist

A1 Aguirre I 7:15
A2 Morgengruss II 2:55
A3 Aguirre II 6:15
A4 Agnus Dei 3:03
B1 Vergegenwaertigung 16:47

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Credits

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Recorded at Bavaria Tonstudio, Munich.

℗ 1975
Made in Italy

Soundtrack to the 1972 Werner Herzog film "Aguirre, Der Zorn Gottes".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Diritti Riservati): D.R.

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KK 20 21275-8 Popol Vuh Aguirre(LP, RE) PDU, Die Kosmischen Kuriere KK 20 21275-8 Germany 1982 Sell This Version
840.103 Popol Vuh Music From The Film "Aguirre"(LP, Album, Quad) Cosmic Music (2) 840.103 France 1976 Sell This Version
LPS158 Popol Vuh Aguirre(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM) Wah Wah Records LPS158 Spain 2015 Sell This Version
KK 20 21275-8, 20 21275-8 Popol Vuh Aguirre(LP, Album, RE) Kosmische Musik, Kosmische Musik KK 20 21275-8, 20 21275-8 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
OHR 70023-2 Popol Vuh Aguirre(CD, Album, RE) Ohr, Pilz (2), Ohr Today, Die Kosmischen Kuriere OHR 70023-2 Germany 1999 Sell This Version

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BanditV

BanditV

October 12, 2018
Does anybody knows the sound difference between the first Italian and first French release ??
progfan97402

progfan97402

September 10, 2012
That's right about that choir organ which many mistake for a Mellotron. That same goes to Amon Duul II's Tanz der Lemminge (Dance of the Lemmings) and Wolf City, Jimmy Jackson happened to use that same choir organ on those two albums. I knew right away when I heard that choir organ that it wasn't a Mellotron, as the choir organ could hold those notes indefinitely, while you can only hold a note up to 8 seconds long with a Mellotron.