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Embryo (3) Featuring Charlie MarianoWe Keep On

Genre:Jazz, Rock
Style:Krautrock, Jazz-Rock
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Tracklist

No Place To Go12:32
Flute And Saz5:57
Ehna, Ehna, Abu Lele8:43
Hackbrett-Dance3:54
Abdul Malek3:15
Don't Come Tomorrow3:48

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    Cover of We Keep On, 1973, VinylWe Keep On
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    BASF – 20 21865-1Germany1973Germany1973
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    Cover of We Keep On, 1973, VinylWe Keep On
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    BASF – 20 21865-1Brazil1973Brazil1973
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    Cover of We Keep On, 1973, VinylWe Keep On
    LP, Album, Test Pressing, Gatefold
    BASF – 20 21865-1Germany1973Germany1973
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    Cover of We Keep On, 1974, VinylWe Keep On
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    BASF – BC 21865US1974US1974
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    Cover of We Keep On, 1974, VinylWe Keep On
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    BASF Española, S.A. – 32 53 460 (21865-1)Spain1974Spain1974
    Cover of We Keep On, 1974, VinylWe Keep On
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    BASF – BFL 3088South Africa1974South Africa1974
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    Cover of We Keep On, 1975, VinylWe Keep On
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    Viking – 20 21865-1, BASF – 20 21865-1New Zealand1975New Zealand1975
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    Cover of We Keep On, 1999, CDWe Keep On
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    Disconforme SL – DISC 1936 CDAndorra1999Andorra1999
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    Cover of We Keep On, 1999, CDWe Keep On
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    Disconforme SL – DISC 1936 CDAndorra1999Andorra1999
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    Cover of We Keep On, 2010, VinylWe Keep On
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    Wah Wah Records – LPS079Spain2010Spain2010
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    Cover of We Keep On, , FileWe Keep On
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    Reviews

    • yeahohyeah's avatar
      yeahohyeah
      Some consider this album from the ethno-jazz-group Embryo as an early masterpiece. Why not, after playing with Mal Waldron on Steig Aus and Rocksession Christian Burchard found a competitive working partner in Charlie Mariano who graces this album, released as their first on the german BASF label with his remarkable soprano and alto sax playing.
      Their free-flow rock-jazz improvisations are equivalent to any international fusion group you may try to compare but they were absolutely freaking out on eastern and ambient sounds here.
      A great record anyway and if you are interested in more session recordings engineered by legendary Dieter Dirks you should get the CD version released by Disconforme.
      They were restless and acoustically striking up to international fusion bands in 1972.
      As Miles Davis said here: "That german hippy group (Embryo) where Mal (Waldron) used to play; They are doing interesting things. You know, man? They are creative, good musicians, just playing good shit".
      This is it.
      • ultimathulerecords's avatar
        Edited 9 years ago
        When we met Christian Burchard of Embryo in Munich back in the mid 1990's we got along famously. We had been in touch over the years, but it was almost as though we'd always known him. That week we saw Embryo live three times. We also interviewed Christian, and naturally the subject of "would the complete sessions of "We Keep On" ever be released" cropped-up. The question arose due to the cover notes on the LP saying that some of these works were cut down. Great idea he said, we could release it all now! Then he realised the dilemma - if he released the recordings intact like he first commented, then it wouldn't really be "We Keep On" the album any more, so instead he decided to add the extra material as bonus tracks. He also switched the sides around back as he originally intended. The 24 minutes extra here is a real great bonus, well worth having.
        As a consequence of meeting Embryo's main man, and lots of the rest of the band (I still keep getting emails "Was it you that I met in an Italian Restaurant in Munich's west end"?) Christian suggested that I help out with these CD releases on the Spanish Disconforme label. I vetted and suggested corrections to the text, and also allowed them to replicate our Embryo family from Audion Magazine #9 and the discography we published in the "The Crack In The Cosmic Egg" - for which I get the credit: Special thanks to Alan Freeman for his cooperation!

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