Kraan ‎– Wintrup

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N° de Cat Artiste Titre (Format) Label N° de Cat Pays Année
28 523-9 U Kraan Wintrup(LP, Album) Spiegelei 28 523-9 U Germany 1973 Vendre cette version
23 957-4 U Kraan Wintrup(Cass, Album) Spiegelei 23 957-4 U Germany 1973 Vendre cette version
none Kraan Wintrup(LP, Album, Promo, TP, W/Lbl) Not On Label none Germany 1973 Vendre cette version
160 603, 28 523-9 U Kraan Wintrup(LP, Album, RE) Spiegelei, Spiegelei 160 603, 28 523-9 U Germany 1976 Vendre cette version
INT 160.603, 160.603 Kraan Wintrup(LP, Album, RE) Spiegelei, Spiegelei INT 160.603, 160.603 Germany 1977 Vendre cette version
941114 Kraan Wintrup(CD, Album, Unofficial) Germanofon 941114 1997 Vendre cette version
KRACD-030302/112 Kraan Wintrup(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Collector's Digitally Recordings KRACD-030302/112 Russia 2000 Vendre cette version
7243 8 22669 2 1 Kraan Wintrup(CD, Album, RE, RM, EMI) Intercord, EMI Electrola 7243 8 22669 2 1 Europe 2001 Vendre cette version
7243 8 22669 2 1 Kraan Wintrup(CD, Album, RE, RM, IMS) Intercord, EMI Electrola 7243 8 22669 2 1 Europe 2001 Vendre cette version
7243 8 22669 2 1 Kraan Wintrup(CD, Album, RE, RM, Med) Intercord, EMI Electrola 7243 8 22669 2 1 Europe 2004 Vendre cette version
INT 135.610 Kraan Wintrup(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Spiegelei INT 135.610 Germany Unknown Vendre cette version

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Review from my KRAutrock's Arabian Nights feature in Audion #46 (2002)...
Their second album WINTRUP, named after their new home, was a much calmer light-hearted album, more song-based, composed and carefully balanced, yet still eclectically Kraan. With each of the six tracks they pushed at a new different angle on the Kraan sound, Silver Wings being a more accessible opener, followed the poignantly witty lyrical Mind Quake which seems to be autobiographical! After this, we get to the serious stuff, where Kraan go into complex mode, pitting their fuzz-wah-sax and guitar leads against the most extraordinary of rhythm sections. It soon becomes apparent, when listening to early Kraan, that every instrument is treated as a soloist playing against and along with the other instruments. Hellmut Hattler is said to have started the trend of lead bassists! Even the drums amount to more than a rhythm set, and conversely the guitar plays the rhythm, the songs bury themselves in the music, and the whole concept of normal musical arrangement gets turned on its head! Intriguingly, the album ends with a song called Jack Steam, a dedication to their former selves, hinting at where they came from.