Cornucopia (6) ‎– Full Horn



Day Of A Day-Dream Believer (19:50)
Humanoid Robot Show
Hope - Part One
Hope - Part Two
Death Of A Clown
D-Daily Review
Night, Night - Mankind's Motor Dream
The Sound Of National Caughing
Morning Sun (Version 127) (For The Charts) 3:07
Spots On You, Kids 12:37
And The Madness... 4:05

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
brain 1030, 1030 Cornucopia (6) Full Horn(LP, Album) Brain, Brain, Metronome brain 1030, 1030 Germany 1973 Sell This Version
610 Cornucopia (6) Full Horn(LP, Gat) Sabado Som 610 Brazil 1974 Sell This Version
941061 Cornucopia (6) Full Horn(CD, Album, Unofficial) Germanofon 941061 1995 Sell This Version
PMS 7049-WP Cornucopia (6) Full Horn(CD, Album, RE) Repertoire Records, Brain PMS 7049-WP Germany 1997 Sell This Version
CRNCDR-0127 Cornucopia (6) Full Horn(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Collector's Digitally Recordings CRNCDR-0127 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
ICON 18010 Cornucopia (6) Full Horn(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial, Gat) ICON Verlag Hamburg ICON 18010 Germany 2018 Sell This Version
PMS 7049-WP Cornucopia (6) Full Horn(CD, Album, RE) Repertoire Records, Brain PMS 7049-WP Germany Unknown Sell This Version
1030 Cornucopia (6) Full Horn(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Brain (2), Metronome (2) 1030 Unknown Sell This Version


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January 3, 2015
referencing Full Horn, LP, Album, brain 1030, 1030
What differences are their between the original release and the bootleg vinyl?


February 17, 2014
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Full Horn, LP, Album, brain 1030, 1030
CORNUCOPIA FULL HORN - actual cover credits

Wolfgang Kause (Gurker The Goat): lead vocal, voices
Wolfgang Bartl (Elliott Kietz): bass guitar, vocal
Christoph Hardwig (Christopherus II): keyboards, guitar, vocal
Wolfgang Gaudes (Plombe): drums, percussion, 12-string guitar
Kai Henrik Möller (A-Bomber): lead guitar, acoustic guitar, vocal
Harry Koch (Hurry Harry): effects, percussion, voice
Rudy Holzhauer (Rüdiger): percussion, troot
& guest
Jochen Petersen (Where's the cake?): saxes, flute, guitar

Composer Christoph Hardwig
Wods & Music Cornucopia
Produced by Jochen Petersen
Recorded at Windrose-Dumont/Time Studios, Hamburg - Sept.'72 & Febr.'73
Recording engineer Horst Grosse; Thomas Kuckuck (Morning Sun)
Design Cornucopia-Workshop (graphreak Herbert Wieser / photographreak Reinhard von Kroge)

Again, a very experimental band, this time utilizing a fusion of soft-to-heavy rock with a cosmic/Kollektiv approach.The first track, Day Of A Daydream Believer, is an epic which draws (in parts) influences of early Message and Nine Days Wonder. However, the vocal treatments of one part resemble White Noise on their AN ELECTRIC STORM album. The second track Morning Sun is according to the title "for the charts". This is followed by Spots On You Kids, which starts off with the sounds of a fairground before build-up along the same lines as the opening track. The closer, And The Madness, is (as the title suggests) mad, with a jerky rhythm and hooters blasting off in the background ending nice and gently with a piece that could be Eroc (when he's being sane, that is).A truly amazing album, highly recommended to people who like a little humour mixed in with their music.
by Alan & Steve Freeman, first published in Face Out ca. 1978-79