Skip to navigation Skip to content

croscompmenmevulrevertetidikettick.co

yet did not get. Magnificent..

Category: Rock

Small Hands Of Stone - Slapp Happy - Sort Of (Vinyl, LP, Album)

by Zolonris

9 Comments

  1. Apr 10,  · Slapp Happy with four of six members of Faust as their backup band. Recorded at Wümme (Germany) May & June This is a limited re-release of the original Polydor Slapp Happy /5(33).
  2. It was recorded in Wümme, Bremen, Germany in May and June with Faust as their backing band, and released on LP by Polydor Records in In Recommended Records released a limited edition of Sort Of on LP, and the album was reissued on CD .
  3. Label: Tapete Records - TRLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Krautrock, Art Rock Slapp Happy - Sort Of (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(13).
  4. Slapp Happy 'live in Japan' gives you a special sensation after a few hearings. There's a melancholy through out not aparent in the studio versions. I've never heard Dagmar (the singer) with such soft and almost wispering voice before this record. Also the striped down approach to the songs gives them a new, almost like a farewell, sort of /5(4).
  5. Slapp Happy's debut unveiled a band that was not so much an avant-rock group as one that seemed primarily interested in toying with rock conventions, as if such subversion was more inherently worthwhile than playing it straight. That meant that at its least impressive, it didn't qualify as either good avant-rock or good conventional rock, instead lumbering along with self-consciously jagged tunes.
  6. Slapp Happy's first album is a pretty nondescript collection of rootsy psychedelia. Avant garde collaborations with Henry Cow were pretty far off at this point. This album closely resembles the more pastoral side of Amon Duul II combined with some of the Dead's or /5(4).
  7. Tapete present a reissue of Slapp Happy 's Sort Of, originally released in Left-wing intellectual film critic Uwe Nettelbeck, who had good connections to Polydor, had set up his own studio in rural Wümme, disrupting the mainstream with pioneering sounds by the likes of Faust, inventively engineered by the "boffin's boffin", Kurt Graupner.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyright © All rights reserved. Theme: Blog Elite by Themesaga