Listen Again to Eine Kleine Kling Klang – 9th Dec 2017 Listen Again to Eine Kleine Kling Klang – 9th 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 weeks Eine Kleine Kling Klang features tracks from Jean-Jaques Kravetz, Manuel Gottsching and Cirklen, Peter Michael Hamel, Walter Wegmuller, AERA, and Ash Ra Tempel!. Full play list: Jean Jacques Kravetz – Master of Time Only 70s “solo” by the former Frumpy keyboard player. The band was the sequel project to the Lindenberg album, except with Thomas Kretzschmer on guitar. When the original LP under the Kravetz name didn’t sell well it was then reissued as by The Hamburg Scene, and titled “8 Days In April” with all the main musicians names on the front cover. Manuel Gottsching & Cirklen – Quasarsphere From a concert staged Thursday 27th April 2017 in Szczechin,Poland. Four members of the band accompanied him. Peter Michael Hamel – Colours of Time Pt 2 Peter Michael Hamel (born 15 July 1947 in Munich) is a German composer. His works have been associated with the minimalist style of composition, and in the late 1970s with the New Simplicity movement. He is the son of the film director Peter Hamel. Hamel studied musical composition, psychology and sociology in Munich and Berlin with teachers including Günter Bialas and Carl Dahlhaus. He then continued his education abroad, spending several extensive periods in Asia (Fricke 2001). In 1970, he founded “Between”, an international group dedicated to improvisational music with whom he made 6 records on the intuition/WERGO label and in 1978 in Munich, he founded the Freies Musikzentrum, an institute for musical education and therapy. In 1978, his book Through Music to the Self (Hamel 1978) was published in English translation, obtaining wide circulation in Europe and the U.S.[ citation needed] Walter Wegmul – Der Herrscher AERA – Sechs achtel AERA is a band from Germany who performs progressive fusion in the style of NUCLEUS, EMBRYO and DZYAN. Spacey guitar passages are the strongest characteristic in their music, as wel as good flute and saxophone passages. They have 6 albums, of which “Humanum Est” is considered their best effort. Aera was a German band of the 70s and 80s that played a variety of krautrock with fusion and world elements mixed in. Saxophone/flute player Klaus Kreuzeder was the one constant in the lineup, which at times prominently featured guitarist Muck Groh and a succession of bass players and drummers. They released a total of five studio albums and a live album between 1974 and 1982. Ash Ra Tempel – Interplay of Forces Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.