Ambient/Electronic/Experimental/Krautrock Germany 1970s (Tracks) Michael Rother – “Flammende Herzen”

Ambient/Electronic/Experimental/Krautrock Germany 1970s (Tracks)

Michael Rother (Hamburg, Germany)

Instrumental Music

Title Track

“Flammende Herzen” (written by Michael Rother) A1 (opening track) included on the album “Flammende Herzen”, his debut album as a solo artist.

Released on Polydor Records (2372 112) in March 1977

Line-up/Credits :

Michael Rother – Guitar, Electric Piano, Bass, Synthesizer, Organ, Electric Percussion, Producer

Jaki Liebezeit – Drums

Conny Plank – Producer, Engineering

Ann Weitz – Front Cover Photograph

Christian Rabe – Back Photo

Rike – Design

Mastered By  – G. F. Pfanz

Track List :

1.Flammende Herzen (07:03)
2.Zyklodrom (09:36)
3.Karussell (05:22)
4.Feuerland (07:06)
5.Zeni (05:09)

Bonustracks:
6.Flammende Herzen – Film Remix [1993]
7.Vorbei (Flammende Herzen – Chill Remix) [1993]

Member of :
Hallogallo 2010, Harmonia, Kraftwerk, NEU!, Spirits of Sound
Related Artists :
Herbert Grönemeyer, Jaki Liebezeit, Moebius, Conny Plank

Michael Rother (born 2 September 1950 in Hamburg, Germany) is a German experimental musician, best known for being a founding member of the band Neu!, and as a short-lived member of the band Kraftwerk.

Michael Rother was born in Germany in 1950. In the late ’60s, he played for a group called Spirits of Sound and also Wolfgang Flür. The latter group would later become Kraftwerk; Rother also played with Kraftwerk in 1971. That same year he went on to the band NEU! He recorded three albums with them during his four-year tenure. He also worked with Harmonia (with whom he released two albums) starting in 1973, running concurrently with several of his years in NEU! In 1976, he recorded with Brian Eno. The recording was released in 1997 under the moniker Harmonia 76. 1977 saw the release of Rother’s first solo album, entitled, Flammende Herzen. The following year Rother released his second solo album, Sterntaler. He followed that one up in 1979 with Katzenmusik. His next solo release would not be seen until 1982. This time the title was Fernwärme. The following year saw Rother releasing Lust. Süssherz und Tiefenschärfe, his sixth solo album, would be released in 1985. 1987 saw the follow-up to that one, it was entitled Traumreisen. His next solo album was not released until 1996. That one was called Esparanza.

Michael Rother – “Flammende Herzen” Album cover photo (front)

MICHAEL ROTHER FLAMMEND HERZEN 2

Michael Rother – “Flammende Herzen” Album photo (A’ Side)

MICHAEL ROTHER FLAMMENDE HERZEN 2

Michael Rother – “Flammende Herzen” Video file link on YouTube

Michael Rother – “Flammende Herzen” Full Album Video file link on YouTube

Michael Rother Artist’s Page on Spotify

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7/12-inch Singles/E.P.s Alternative/Experimental/Indie/Punk Rock Australia 1970s The Saints – “This Perfect Day”

7/12-inch Singles/E.P.s Alternative/Experimental/Indie/Punk Rock Australia 1970s

The Saints (Brisbane, Australia) 

“This Perfect Day” (written by Chris Bailey, Ed Kuepper) A’ Side single released on EMI Records (EMI-11529) on 29th August  1977

Line-up/Credits :

Bass – Kym Bradshaw

Drums – Ivor Hay

Guitar – Ed Kuepper

Producer – Rod Coe

Vocals – Chris Bailey

Lyrics :

Don’t talk to me about what you done
Ain’t nothing has changed, it all goes on
And they’ll keep laughing till the end
I’ve seen them drive around in cars
All look the same, get drunk in bars
And don’t talk back, we got no social rights
Oh, perfect day
What more to say?
Don’t need no one to tell me what I don’t already know
We got no high times, always flat
If you go out, you don’t come back
It’s all so funny I can’t laugh
Oh, perfect day
What more to say?
Don’t need no one to tell me what I don’t already know
Don’t talk to me about what’s you done
Ain’t nothing has changed, it all goes on
And they’ll keep laughing till the end
Oh, perfect day
What more to say?
I don’t need no one to tell me what I don’t already know
Don’t need nothin’
Don’t need no one
Songwriters: C. Bailey / E. Kuepper
The Saints – “This Perfect Day” A’ Side single photo (Australian Edition)

THE SAINTS THIS PERFECT DAY SINGLE 1

The Saints – “This Perfect Day” Video file link on YouTube

The Saints – Band’s Chronology Page link on “From The Archives”

The Saints Band’s Page on Facebook

The Saints Band’s Homepage

The Saints Informative Page about the band on “Punk 77”

The Saints Band’s Page on Discogs

7/12-inch Singles/E.P.s Hard Rock/Heavy Rock And Roll U.K. 1970s Motörhead – “Leavin’ Here/White Line Fever”

We only knew three chords but we arranged them pretty well.”
Lemmy 

7/12-inch Singles/E.P.s Hard Rock/Heavy Rock And Roll U.K. 1970s

Motörhead (London, U.K.)

Leavin’ Here/White Line Fever” Full 7-inch Single

Leavin’ Here (Cover Version)

“Leavin’ Here (written by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozer, Eddie Holland)/White Line Fever (written by Lemmy Kilminster, Phil Taylor, Eddie Clarke)”  

7-inch Single released on Skydog Records (MH 001) in 1977

“Leavin’ Here” Lyrics :

Hey, fellas, have you heard the news,
Yeah, the women in this town have been misused,
Yeah, I seen it all in my dreams last night,
Girls leaving this town ’cause you don’t treat ’em right.
Oh, take a train (take a train), fly by plane (fly by plane),
Yeah, gettin’ tired (gettin’ tired), sick and tired (sick and tired).
All you fellas better change your ways,
Yeah, leaving this town in a matter of days,
Girls are good, you better treat ’em true,
I seen fellas running around with someone new.
Gettin’ tired (gettin’ tired), sick and tired (sick and tired),
Yeah, leavin’ here (leavin’ here), leavin’ here (leavin’ here),
I said leavin’ here, yeah yeah yeah, don’t want to leave all here,
Be a while, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah.
The love of a women is a wonderful thing (oh yeah),
Yeah, the way you treat ’em is a crying shame (oh yeah),
I tell you, fella, yeah, it won’t be long (oh yeah),
Yeah, before these women they all have gone (oh yeah).
Yeah, gettin’ tired (gettin’ tired), sick and tired (sick and tired),
Yeah, take a train (take a train), fly by plane (fly by plane),
Yeah, gonna leavin’ here, yeah leavin’ here,
Yeah, leavin’ here, ya gonna leave all here now,
Baby baby baby, please don’t leave here.
Songwriters: Brian Hollan / Edward Holland Jr / Lamont Dozier
“White Line Fever” Lyrics :
We can move around now
You know it’s so good
But I know you wouldn’t come clean now, baby
Even if you could
white line fever
White line fever made me a believer now
White line fever, yeah
Take me away from you
Just come to me babe
We can stay right here
But you don’t remember me, honey, ’cause of all you’ve done this year
White line fever
We’re gonna make you a dreamer
White line fever, yeah
It’s a slow death
Hey
Bye, bye, bye baby
‘Cause there I come
Won’t go to sleep tonight
Because the white line turns me on
White line fever
Made me a believer
White line fever, yeah
It hasn’t killed my yet
Oh
Songwriters: Ian Kilmister / Edward Clarke / Philip Taylor
Motörhead – “Leavin’ Here/White Line Fever” Single cover photo (front)
MOTORHEAD LEAVNIN HERE 1
Motörhead – “Leavin’ Here/White Line Fever” Patch photo 
MOTORHEAD LEAVIN HERE WHITE LINE FEVER 1 (2)

Alternative/Ambient/Avant Garde/Electronic/Experimental/Indie Music U.K. 1970s (Tracks) David Bowie – “Warszawa”

Alternative/Ambient/Avant Garde/Electronic/Experimental/Indie Music U.K. 1970s (Tracks)

David Bowie

“Warszawa” B1 track included on the album “Low”

Recorded in September–October 1976 (except “Subterraneans”, originally recorded December 1975, Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles.

Château d’Hérouville  (Hérouville, France)

Hansa Studio by the Wall  (West Berlin, Germany)

Released on 14th January 1977 on RCA Victor (PL 12030)

Line-up/Credits :

Arranged By – Brian Eno (tracks: B1), David Bowie

Bass – George Murray (tracks: A1 to A7, B4)

Composed By – Brian Eno (tracks: B1), David Bowie, Dennis Davis (tracks: A2), George Murray (tracks: A2)

Guitar – David Bowie (tracks: A6, B2 to B4), Ricky Gardner (tracks: A3 to A7)

Percussion – Dennis Davis (tracks: A1 to A7)

Piano – David Bowie (tracks: A7, B2 to B4), Roy Young (tracks: A1, A3 to A7)

Producer – David Bowie, Tony Visconti

Rhythm Guitar – Carlos Alomar (tracks: A1 to A7, B4), Ricky Gardner (tracks: A2)

Synthesizer – Brian Eno (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B1, B2)

Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records

Manufactured By – RCA Ltd.

Published By – Bewlay Bros. S.A.R.L.

Published By – Fleur Music

Published By – E.G. Music Ltd.

Published By – Chrysalis Music Ltd.

Printed By – Garrodprint Ltd.

Made By – Garrodprint Ltd.

Recorded At – Studio Hérouville

Recorded At – Hansa Tonstudios

Mixed At – Hansa Tonstudios

Mastered At – Sterling Sound

Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Washington, UK

David Bowie – “Low” Album cover photo (front)

BOWIE LOW 1

 

David Bowie – “Warszawa” Video file link on YouTube

David Bowie – “WarszawDavid Bowie – “Warszawa” Audio file link on Spotifly

David Bowie – “Low” Full album audio file link on Spotify

 

 

 

Live Performances Folk/Fusion/Jazz/Krautrock/Progressive Rock Germany 1970s (Tracks) Jane – “Windows”

Live Performances Folk/Fusion/Jazz/Krautrock/Progressive Rock Germany 1970s (Tracks)

Krautrock, Progressive Rock band

Jane

“Windows” D track included on the album “Jane Live ” 

Released in 1977 on Brain Records ( 80.001-2)

Line-up/Credits :

Klaus Hess / lead guitar, vocals, Taurus bass pedals
Manfred Wieczorke / keyboards, vocals
Martin Hesse / bass, vocals
Peter Panka / drums, vocals

Recorded live at Niedersachsenhalle Hannover on Friday, 13th August, 1976 by Conny’s recording mobile.
Mixed at Conny’s Studio, Neunkirchen

Jane – “Jane Live” Album cover photo (front)

JANE LIVE AT HOME

Jane – “Windows” Video file link on YouTube

Jane – “Windows” Audio file link on Spotify

 

 

Ambient/Berlin School/Electronic/Krautrock/Minimal Music Multinational 1970s (Tracks) Cluster & Eno – “Ho Renomo”

Ambient/Berlin School/Electronic/Krautrock/Minimal Music Multinational 1970s (Tracks)

Cluster, Eno (Germany/U.K.)

“Ho Renomo” A1 track (opening track) included on the album “Cluster & Eno”, composed by Moebius, Roedelius and Eno

Recorded in June 1977 at Conny Plank’s studio, released in August 1977 on Sky Records (010)

Multinational ( Germany/U.K.)

Line-up/Credits :

Hans-Joachim Roedelius

Dieter Moebius

Brian Eno

with:

Holger Czukay – bass on “Ho Renomo”

Okko Bekker – guitar on “One”

Asmus Tietchens – synthesizer on “One”

Technical

Conny Plank – engineer

J. Krämer – assistant engineer

Cluster – cover

Cluster – “Cluster & Eno” Album cover photo (front)

CLUSTER AND ENO 1

Cluster & Eno – “Ho Renomo” Video file link on YouTube

Cluster & Eno – “Ho Renomo” Audio file link on Bandcamp

Cluster & Eno – “Ho Renomo” Audio file link on Spotify