Michael Bundt

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German rock bass player and multi-instrumentalist, and a key figure of the Frankfurt am Main Prog/Krautrock scene. Owner of the label Krypton Music (3), and long-term partner of Silke Hauck.
Died December 27, 2019 at the age of 70.
His first professional band was Medusa, who later changed into the second incarnation of Nine Days' Wonder. After that Michael had the short-lived pop-rock band Nerve (only documented by two songs on one of the Rock Offers LPs). He then became a pioneer in new forms of synthesizer music releasing three very different solo albums, as well as working under many aliases and in incognito projects making soundtracks and disco music. Alongside all this he also became an important promoter, producer and engineer on the Frankfurt music scene.
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Albums

OMP 7704, 7704 E Michael Bundt - Just Landed Cosmic Kid album art Michael Bundt Just Landed Cosmic Kid (Album) Offers Musik Produktion, Offers Musik Produktion OMP 7704, 7704 E Germany 1977 Sell This Version
200 349, 200 349-320 Michael Bundt - Neon album art Michael Bundt Neon (Album) Hansa International, Hansa, Hansa International, Hansa 200 349, 200 349-320 Germany 1979 Sell This Version
BL 810 Michael Bundt - Electri City album art Michael Bundt Electri City (Album) Blubber Lips BL 810 Germany 1980 Sell This Version
VAG-03 Michael Bundt - Dreamdancer (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Carl Ludwig, Der Traumtänzer album art Michael Bundt & Peter Seiler Michael Bundt & Peter Seiler - Dreamdancer (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Carl Ludwig, Der Traumtänzer (Album) Vagienna VAG-03 Austria 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

7705 SL Michael Bundt - Space & Roll / Galaxy Machine album art Michael Bundt Space & Roll / Galaxy Machine(7", Single) Offers Musik Produktion 7705 SL Germany 1977 Sell This Version
A029191 Michael Bundt - Just Landed Cosmic Kid album art Michael Bundt Just Landed Cosmic Kid(7", Single) Not On Label A029191 Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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Pyragonyx

Pyragonyx

March 19, 2020
Don't let you be turned off by the ugly cover art, this is an excellent and well produced electro-space album from the mid 70ies, and the best of M.B A (legit) CD reissue would be great, but no hopes... sooner or later we'll get a vinyl-only reissue. (like Neon, not available on CD).

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