Ash Ra Tempel ‎– Ash Ra Tempel

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Ohr ‎– OMM 56.013
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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Trackliste

A Amboss 19:40
B Traummaschine 25:24

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Anmerkungen

First pressing with five-digit catalogue number (56.013) on both sleeve and labels.

Produziert im März 1971 im Studio der Star Musikproduktion, Hamburg.
[Produced in March 1971 at the Star Musikproduktion Studio in Hamburg.]

Made in Germany by Ohr/Metronome Records GmbH.

Double fold-out cover.

Ohr Repressings:
Second version still has the five-digit cat. no on the b-side label but comes in a sleeve with six-digit catalogue no., introduced in 1972.
Third version has six-digit cat. no. on both label and sleeve.
Fourth version adds a standardised Metronome matrix no. to the label (0664.791).

Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A): ST-OMM-56.013-A PF
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side B): ST-OMM-56.013-B PF
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Andere Versionen (5 von 22) Alle anzeigen

Kat.-Nr. Künstler Titel (Format) Label Kat.-Nr. Land Jahr
14244, MP 14244 Ash Ra Tempel Ash Ra Tempel(CD, Album, RE, kdg) Spalax Music, Spalax Music 14244, MP 14244 France Unknown Diese Version verkaufen
14244, MP 14244 Ash Ra Tempel First(CD, Album, RE, Tec) Spalax Music, Spalax Music 14244, MP 14244 France 1991 Diese Version verkaufen
14244, MP 14244 Ash Ra Tempel Ash Ra Tempel(CD, Album, RE, Dis) Spalax Music, Spalax Music 14244, MP 14244 France Unknown Diese Version verkaufen
OMM 56.013 Ash Ra Tempel Ash Ra Tempel(LP, RE, Unofficial) Ohr (2) OMM 56.013 Unknown Diese Version verkaufen
LP 14144 Ash Ra Tempel Ash Ra Tempel(LP, Album, RE, RM) Spalax Music LP 14144 France 1997 Diese Version verkaufen

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Casual_Vinyl

Casual_Vinyl

26. März 2018
I listened to a 3rd Pressing of this LP a few days ago.
The Vinyl looked Mint, but the seller told me that it sounds pretty bad,
so we took a listen. Side A had audible crackling, but the sound was insane
(played on a cheap system !). However, Side B was almost unlistenable due to
loud pops and overall background noise. Does it have something to do with the pressing,
or was there just weird dirt in the grooves? Would be nice if someone who owns a 3rd Pressing
could clarify that :)
By the way, I tip my hat to the seller for being honest.
progfan97402

progfan97402

22. April 2016
Nothing short of an essential album of Krautrock that must be in your collection. I won't forget when I bought the 1997 LP reissue on Spalax. In hindsight, it was a lousy reissue. It did not feature the cool fold-out gimmick cover, instead it included a CD booklet. I really wished Spalax showed a little more care in their reissues. At that time I still didn't have the Internet, so I was basically confined with what I could find at various record stores near where I lived, or mail order catalogs. And this reissue was what I could find at the time at a nearby record store. Regardless of the shortcomings of that reissue, this album just simply blew me away. This lineup included Manuel Göttsching, Hartmut Enke, and Klaus Schulze. At this time in his career, Schulze was primarily a drummer, so don't expect any synth or organ work. What you get is just amazing spacy guitar-dominated Krautock, and they seem to be rather contrasting to each other. "Amboss" doesn't take very long before it gets into an aggressive rocking jam. The band just doesn't let up for nothing! Then there's "Traummaschine", which is largely a calm, proto-dark ambient piece with a dark, eerie, sinister vibe, although it picks up steam with Manuel's guitar playing and it actually stars rocking, but then it calms down.

I have since bought an Ohr copy, the second pressing with the code number starting with OMM 55 (rather than OMM 5), at least it has the original gimmick cover and stuff I wished the reissue had.

An essential classic, as far as I'm concerned