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Lothar Jahn

Dreams Of 75 (LP)

Label: Lion Productions, Return To Analog International

Format: LP

Genre: Psych

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Lothar Jahn’s "February '75” single was released by the German label Sound Records in 1977 — a very unusual record, somewhere between psychedelic, folk, and Krautrock. That single was reviewed thus on Discogs: “A mysterious journey through Cosmic Psych Folk Kraut, whatever you may call it. Fantastic, from beginning to end. Another Kraut on 45 milestone.”  This newly recorded album, “Dreams of ’75,”  is an extended riff on the original single, taking that smaller vision as a starting point and then launching into a wilder and weirder psychedelic/progressive stereoscopic headspace than was evident (or possible) on the original single.
So, who is Lothar Jahn? he is a singer/songwriter, television presenter and multi-instrumentalist who has been active in the German music scene since the early 1970s. Since 2020, Jahn has his own television show, Lothar's Liedertreff. And what were Jahn's dreams of '75? "They were wistful dreams of boundless love, community and peace, boundless sex, boundless freedom and a lot of wonderful music. What better time to grow up than back then, in the middle of works like Oldfield's “Ommadawn” and Pink Floyd's “Wish You Were Here”?” says Jahn.

Cat. number: LION LP-196, RTAI-003
Year: 2022
Limited edition of 500 hand-numbered copies.