Folk/Krautrock/Progressive Rock/Space Rock Germany 1970s (Tracks) Twenty Sixty Six And Then – “Reflections On The Future”

Folk/Krautrock/Progressive Rock/Space Rock Germany 1970s (Tracks)

Twenty Sixty Six And Then (Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg , Germany)

Krautrock/Progressive Rock Band

“Reflections On The Future” (written by Veit Marvos/Geff Harrison) B1 track included on the album “Reflections On The Future”

Released on United Artists Records (UAS 29 314 I) in 1972

Line-up/Credits :

Geff Harrison / lead vocals
Gerhard Mrozeck / acoustic & electric guitars
Steve Robinson / keyboards
Veit Marvos / keyboards
Dieter Bauer / bass
Konstatin Bommarius / drums

With:

Wolfgang Schönbrot / flute
Curt Cress / drums

Arranged By – Twenty Sixty Six And Then

Bass Guitar – Dieter Bauer

Design [Cover-Design] – Günter Karl

Drums – Konstantin Bommarius

Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Gagey Mrozeck

Engineer – Dieter Dierks

Lead Vocals – Geff Harrison

Lyrics By – Harrison

Organ, Electric Piano [E-piano], Piano, Mellotron, Percussion, Vocals – Veit Marvos

Organ, Electric Piano [E-piano], Vibraphone [Vibes], Synthesizer, Mellotron, Vocals  Steve Robinson

Photography By – Gerhard Vormwal

Producer [Produced By (Inside Cover)] – Madaus Sound

Producer [Produced By (On Record Labels)] – Eckhard Madaus

Track-List :

1.  At My Home (Gerhard Mrozeck, Steve Robinson, Geff Harrison) – 05:02
2.  Autumn (Steve Robinson, Geff Harrison) – 09:05
3.  Butterking (Steve Robinson, Geff Harrison) – 07:20
4.  Reflections On The Future (Veit Marvos, Geff Harrison) – 15:47
5.  How Would You Feel (Veit Marvos, Geff Harrison) – 03:22

TWENTY SIXTY SIX AND THEN are: Geff Harrison on lead vocals, Gagey Mrozeck on guitars, Dieter Bauer on bass, Konstatin Bommarius on drums and Steve Robinson with Veit Marvos both sharing duties on organ, electric piano, vibes, synthesizer, mellotron and vocals (the name ‘2066 & THEN’ comes from adding an extra thousand to the number 1066, year of the historical battle of Hastings). Their heavy progressive style has been compared to that of DEEP PURPLE, VANILLA FUDGE and IRON BUTTERFLY. After releasing their first album, individual members got involved in different projects that never really stood the test of time, so ‘Reflections on the Future’ is their only legacy, and a fine one at that.

Their dramatic organ-drenched, complex music sometimes dons symphonic elements, but the band isn’t afraid to dive into some heavy guitar/organ jamming either, featuring elements of jazz, some high-octane rhythmic parts and quick changes, mixed with weird psychedelic electronic effects – the hoarse vocals, however, perhaps better suited to conventional hard rock, may take some getting used to.

Their record company (Second Battle) re-released the album in 1991 under the name ‘Reflections on the Past’. Considered a collectors item, it also contains unreleased masters and some bonus practice sessions from an early rehearsal session in 1991. In 1994, the cd ‘Reflections!’ came out, compiling tracks from both, plus some which had been considered for a second album that never materialized. A combination of poor sales and a ruined German economy at the time sadly forced the premature death of this fine German band, only months after the release of their first album.

Twenty Sixty Six And Then – “Reflections On The Future” Album cover photo (front)

TWENTY SIXTY SIX AND THEN REFLECTIONS ON THE FUTURE 1 (2)

Twenty Sixty Six And Then 

TWENTY SIXTY SIX AND THEN PHOTO 2

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