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Agitation Freeمعليش = Malesch

Label:Vertigo – 6360 607
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Krautrock, Prog Rock

Tracklist

A1You Play For Us Today
BongosUli Pop
6:08
A2Sahara City7:42
A3Ala Tul4:50
B1Pulse4:43
B2Khan El Khalili5:30
B3Malesch8:10
B4Rücksturz2:09
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Notes

Recorded at Audio-Tonstudio, Berlin.

Released on a swirl Vertigo label in a fold-out cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): AA 6360 607.1 Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): AA 6360 607.2 Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped - variant 1): 10 AA 6360607 1Y 320
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped - variant 1): 10 AA 6360607 2Y 320
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped - variant 2): 10 AA 6360607 1Y 320 B 1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped - variant 2): 10 AA 6360607 2Y 320 B 1
  • Price Code (Boxed): D
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (5 of 19)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
معليش = Malesch (LP, Album, Promo)Vertigo6360 607Germany1972
New Submission
معليش = Malesch (LP, Album, Reissue)Vertigo6360 607Germany1975
معليش = Malesch (LP, Album, Reissue)IRIIRI 5001France1978
معليش = Malesch (LP, Album, Reissue, Blue)IRIIRI 5001France1978
معليش = Malesch (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Garden Of DelightsCD 069Germany2002

Reviews

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shiftyshippam
The HiD reissue does sound really good. Agree with Reinder though, they should have left the sleeve design as it was, it looks nasty.
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marcelrecords
Edited 8 years ago
A formation from Berlin, that mixes eastern themes and harmonies with improvised krautrock. This works reasonably well on the opening track, but dives really deep on ''Sahara City'', a lesson in silent music that evokes endless vistas of open space through pale organ sounds and strange rhythm instruments. ''Ala Tul'' is again organ-fusion, a bit like J.S.Bach in the desert. Another fine track is ''Pulse'', that boasts an Arabian string part that sounds pretty authentic and through a dissonant improvisation discharges into ''Khan El Khalili'', a track that develops very slowly, but suddenly gels in the middle. The title track sounds like common kraut but the closing ''Rücksturz'' is excellent driving rock with competing organ and electric guitar. Fine album, but nothing for rock purists, though.