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recorded and mixed at Connys Tonstudio, dec. 1975 & jan. 1976
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): sky 004 - A PF
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): sky 004 - B PF
- Yet to be issued on CD, and only released in one format, once, in 1976, by Hamburg's Sky Records, the only album by German crossover prog outfit Breakfast is certainly one of the more obscure German albums from the Krautrock era, and also one of the most underrated.
A six-piece, Breakfast consisted of vocalist/flautist/percussionist Ferdi Kuhnel, guitarists Horst Schreiber and Jurgen Kampert, keyboardist Guntmar Feuerstein, bassist Eberhard Voelz and drummer Bill Bakine, and their sound mixed west-coast inspired rock, with both minor pop and prog elements.
Released with little fanfare, and seemingly forgotten since, 'It's Time For...' has almosr nothing in common with the krautrock sound of the 1970's. Their songs are about as far from Amon Duul II and Can as one can get within the rock-sound pantheon, yet there is still much to admire on what is very much a song-based album.
Featuring nicely-layered multi-vocal harmonies, catchy choruses, strong technical flourishes, and in both 'Mother Nature' and, in particular, 'Silverlight', two excellent-if-slightly lightweight efforts that showcase the group's deceptively progressive nature.
Those with a penchant for the lighter side of prog - the likes of The Alan Ross Band, Procol Harum, late-1970's Camel and Jane in their more classic rock guise - should find much to enjoy.