** The legendary debut album of the Krautrock-Folk outfit from 1972. Produced in the Dierks-Studios. What an amazing improvement in the sound of this 50-year-old recording. With the help of the original analog master tapes and state-of-the-art technical equipment, the sensitive melodies of the debut album appear in a light of romance and empathy. Remastered at Dierks Studios, where the recordings were also made ** Debut album by this legendary German folk outfit centered around the family core of brothers Christian and Jochen Grumbcow and including Christian's wife, Nanny, as the band's lead singer. Another sample of Dieter Dierk's talent for turning otherwise average folk albums into something else, their album for Pilz was a refined and complex work which included such remarkable guests as Bröselmaschine's Peter Bursch on sitar or Walter Westrupp on flute.
A German progressive folk master opus which took hints from medieval and classical musics and reworked them into something very special and unique. A really nice album which should please all lovers of folk and progressive musics!"
Recorded in January 1972 in Tonstudio Dierks in Stommeln.
Issued with kind permission of ZYX GMBH & Co. KG.
Thanks to Marcus Klinke for his help in making this project a reality.
Special thanks to Vicente J. Burguera for the loan of the original sleeve.