Listen Again to Eine Kleine Kling Klang – 23rd Dec 2017

Eine Kleine Kling Klang is BACK with a great new series, playing the very Best of Brand British, German and European Kosmische, Motorik, Electronica, Industrial and post-Industrial contemporary music.
This week features, Ash Ra Tempel (with Klaus Schultz), Manuel Gottsching, and Wolfgang Dauner’s Et.

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Ash Ra Tempel (with Klaus Schultz) – Reunion
One of the most formidable of the German Krautrock groups, ASH RA TEMPEL were a powerful force led by guitarist Manuel GÖTTSCHING, and also included former TANGERINE DREAM drummer Klaus SCHULZE at acoustic & electric guitars various points. Their music is very spacy and psychedelic, in the manner popularized by early HAWKWIND and AMON DÜÜL II. The early albums electronics all had basically one track a side, one more powerful and dramatic, the other of a more atmospheric nature.

Manuel Gottsching – Echo waves
Is the first solo studio album by electronic artist Manuel Göttsching however it was released with the subtitle Ash Ra Tempel VI technically making it the sixth and final album under the Ash Ra Tempel name.[2] The album was written and performed entirely by Göttsching on electric guitar, hence the title.

Wolfgang Dauner’s Et – Tuning Spread
With the recent passing of the great Larry Coryel, I made it a point to put on this monster of an album on in his honor the other day. This was the only Et Cetera album that he played on, but man did he leave his mark! The previous LP had the excellent German guitarist, Sigi Schwab, who injected his ethnic style into the music. Coryel, an American, brought in more of a West Coast, psychedelic, jazzrock style to Et Cetera’s Kraut-jazz.
Experimental German jazz keyboardist Wolfgang Dauner, of course, was the leader of Et Cetera and composed al but the opening track.That opening track, “The Really Great Escape” is Coryel’s, and it is a one of the grooviest, stoned-out tracks from that era. T

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