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Volker Kriegel

Spectrum (Lp)

Label: MPS

Format: LP

Genre: Psych

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**180 gr. quality reissue, comes in a gatefold sleeve and includes a printed insert with a photograph of the original master tape box and additional notes and credits** Easily one of Volker Krieger's best albums, Spectrum was remarkably cut in just two days at MPS Studios in 1971 – with a group that includes Peter Baumeister on drums, Cees See on bongos and percussion, Peter Trunk on bass and cello, and John Taylor on Hohner electric piano. It kicks of with the amazing track "Zoom", a seriously funky maelstrom of groovy funky guitar and percussion that mixes in washes of sitar and Eastern effects here and there for a really trippy effect! The album doesn't try to duplicate the frenzy whipped up by the opener right away, and finds a much more relaxed groove in tracks like "So Long, For Now", "More About D", "Ach Kina", and "Instant Judgement" before flailing away in the exciting closer "Strings Revisited". One of the great ones from MPS – and a hugely influential one to the progression of 70s jazz funk. A really groovy record! (Dustygroove)

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Cat. number: 0212414MSW
Year: 2018