Thursday, 9 January 2014

Ejwuusl Wessahqqan - Ejwuusl Wessahqqan (1975)



A one off German krautrock band with an almost impossible name to remember. Let alone spell. Copy and paste from another blog, it is then.

Their music is not that original. But it is refreshingly krautrock with the emphasis on the space rock end of the krautrock scene. No vocals at all can be found. Instead, we get bombarded by keyboards and guitars work outs. That on the top of bass and drums who anchors the music to this world. The music is mostly pretty intense with some shorter pastoral pieces too. The sound is not too bad and very much suits the music performed here.

This album is a sixty-seven minutes long aural assault of the finest krautrock and my kind of music. I think this is a great album and one hidden gem in this scene. Hidden gems I run this blog for. My kind of joy. Not everything is great here though. But a weak four points is awarded nevertheless.

4 points

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