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Ströer DuoFluchtweg Madagaskar

Label:Mood Records – 28 629, Mood Records – 28629
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Fusion

Tracklist

A1Vietnam4:08
A2Jetzt4:23
A3Osterseen3:00
A4Talking Drums1:25
A5Treck5:12
A6Step Song2:41
B1Machen Wir Nicht...4:20
B2Kumasi
Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Piccolo FluteFrank Loef
3:38
B3Foukara4:03
B4Neid4:28
B5Abendprogramm3:20
B6Fleisch-Marsch1:16
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© Copyright 1982 Hans P. and Ernst Ströer Musikverlag

Studios: Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart; Goldfuss, München; Ströer's 4-track, Wörthsee
Mastering: Bauer, Ludwigsburg
Made in W.-Germany

comes with printed inner sleeve

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  • Label Code: LC 5453
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ST 28629-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ST 28629-B

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Fluchtweg Madagaskar (LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Dark EntriesDE-230US2018

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Bravington
Reissue coming soon from Dark Entries Records, due October 22nd
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CevinS.
my copy says it was released in 1982. mistake?
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majordeegan
I've given this a few more spins and it keeps getting better. The last two songs could easily be from their other album, Nomaden. One is a very groovy (in a German sense) keyboard workout. The other is a moody dreamscape driven by a what may be a Vietnamese folk vocal. It's beautiful. These guys have to get back on this train, it was way too ahead of its time 25 years ago. This recently was released on Itunes (!) and I recommend you start with the last two tunes and work your way backwards.
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majordeegan
This is not for the faint of heart. My brother in law made the transfer from vinyl to disc and said he couldn't listen to it without feeling an intense desire to kill everything. It has nothing to do with Nomaden, it's closer to jazz fusion meets Stockhausen. Truly atonal rhythmic madness. I paid a lot for it, I thought I heard it once in Berlin and was impressed. Maybe I was different then, maybe I don't have the balls for the wall of sound anymore. Maybe you do.