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"Second chapter on the Bröselmaschine saga after a four-year hiatus. The band's second incarnation came to life in 1975, when Peter Bursch reformed the group together with old member Willi Kissmer and new recruit, Klaus Dapper (flute, sax, tuba). Helped by such honorable guests as Mani Neumeier and Roland Schaeffer (from Guru Guru) or Jan Fride from Kraan, their 1976 album was a solid session of progressive folk, very different than its predecessor but also with an atypically hypnotic and haunting quality. Long jams, ranging from the relaxed to the energetic, extended instrumental parts, nice flute and sax touches, sparse vocals. A totally underrated gem waiting to be rediscovered. Top progressive Kraut-folk sounds!!!"