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Embryo (3) Featuring Charlie MarianoWe Keep On

Label:BASF – 20 21865-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Jazz, Rock
Style:Krautrock, Jazz-Rock

Tracklist

A1No Place To Go12:32
A2Flute And Saz5:57
B1Ehna, Ehna, Abu Lele8:43
B2Hackbrett-Dance3:54
B3Abdul Malek3:15
B4Don't Come Tomorrow
Electric BassRoman Bunka
3:48
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Promo issues of this release include a 5-page promotional insert.

Recorded at Dierks Studio, Ascona, December 1972.
℗ 1973

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A): 2021865-1-A PF
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side B): 2021865-1-B PF

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
We Keep On (LP, Album, Gatefold)BASF20 21865-1Brazil1973
New Submission
We Keep On (LP, Album, Test Pressing, Gatefold)BASF20 21865-1Germany1973
New Submission
We Keep On (LP, Album)BASFBC 21865US1974
We Keep On (LP, Album)BASF Española, S.A.32 53 460 (21865-1)Spain1974
New Submission
We Keep On (LP, Album)BASFBFL 3088South Africa1974

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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.