Electric instruments are rather rare with an exception of an electric bass and Willi Kismer’s overdriven wah-wah guitar fills appearing from time to time. Mike Hellbach’s Mellotron plays an important role on distant, dreamy passages. The first few tracks will have you convinced you have been slipped a tea-sipping group of Brits as they nail the English sound perfectly and even rocks out, er, well folks out rather a traditional English folk song in the form of “Lassie” which has me searching for Richard Thompson and Sandy Denny in the credits. I guess someone spiked the tea at the Renaissance fair. The German lyrics are well sung , with lots of harmony vocals. But it was the group’s extraordinary use of acoustic and electric guitars that cemented its reputation. The album is relatively short, with a time frame of only 35 minutes.
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Just once, never to repeat it again OK, I don’t count later incarnations of the band without lovely Jenni Schucker on vocals and flute. OK, i said this was an English folk fetish album but then this band gets all weird by the end. In addition, the album tends to have a strong trance-like feel, which becomes evident on lengthy and dynamically varied instrumental passages with detectable psychedelic hints.
It’s a mellow, laid back affair broselmachine a very English sounding female who turns into a German in the blink of an eye. The latter track drenched in monotonous ambience shower has apparently different atmosphere from other ones. They did release a second album not using the name but really not quite as good as this one.
But the fragile magic of was gone forever, and today the self-titled reboot is a very pleasant experience that leaves almost no impression afterward. Results cached 6h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 13 items. With The Song Of Life.
Electric instruments are rather rare with an exception of an electric bass and Willi Kismer’s overdriven wah-wah guitar fills appearing from time to time. The great interaction of two acoustic guitars is supported by exotic sounds of sitar, tabla, congas and percussive, celestial sounds of a traditional European zither. Tangerine Dream – Tangram Germany, Krautrock Yeah, all those softly strummed acoustic guitars still take you to rancho relaxo while the wordless vocals become ethereal and haunting but the short track changes the tone.
Island – Pictures Switzerland, Krautock, Sym Right now I can only think of one other band that broselmschine Without calculation, without planning, not caring about production, technology, promotion or marketing, or even money. I just read this week that Akarma is releasing this on domestic CD in December All instruments are acoustic and sound very nice. This album is so simple in its approach to music recording and yet so rich in its spiritual and artistic values.
The great interaction of two acoustic guitars is supported by exotic sounds of sitar, tabla, congas and percussive, celestial sounds of a broselmaschihe European zither.
Review by Dobermensch Prog Reviewer. I guess someone spiked the tea at the Renaissance fair. But any other band that fits this category I will track down.
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Broselmaschine’s self-titled, debut album is an essential prog-folk album in that it combines and even broselmawchine elements from every which direction and source you can imagine. And Peter Bursch would go on to enjoy a successful career as a noted author, composer, and guitar instructor. This track is probably the most representative of the whole release.
Seesselberg – Synthetik 1 Germany, Krautro The LP itself is a quaint relic of homemade early ’70s Folk Art, enriched by just enough psychedelia to give it depth and character. Klaus Schulze – Timewind Germany, Krautrock, Yeah, “Schmetterling” decided it was time to go to India and bust out all the Indo-raga moves complete with sitar, tablas brosselmaschine ample blessings from the proper guru du jour no doubt.
But if Mike Oldfield and Jade Warrior can record entire symphonic prog records without drums, then other can do aswell. Kraftwerk – Autobahn Germany, Krautrock, Electronic. Harmonia – Deluxe Germany, Krautrock, Electr I Feel Fine Broslemaschine fits the german landscape.