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17 Jan 2017

Staff Carpenborg And The Electric Corona ‎" Fantastic Party (Die Tanzplatte Für Heiße Stunden)“1970 Germany Psych,Free Funk,Jazz Rock,Experimental,Pro- Kraut,Fuzz.














Staff Carpenborg And The Electric Corona ‎" Fantastic Party (Die Tanzplatte Für Heiße Stunden)“1970 Germany Psych,Free Funk,Jazz Rock,Experimental,Pro- Kraut,Fuzz.
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Amazing 1970 proto kraut weirdness from a virtually unknown outfit that has become the target of many a collector in recent years. Imagine the bastard son of Can (or better The Inner Space) scoring a weird sexadelic eruro flick, the missing link on a whole chain of renegade, leftfield german music, from the Vampires of Dartmoore to Amon Duul, that is, from psych-explotation experiments to bona fide krautrock…… 

Chuck a bunch of German session pro’s into a studio, lace their drinks (OK this may have not happened) and let them loose for a day and occasionally something this marvelous will eventuate. Almost certainly the best psychedelic exploitation LP under the sun, this mixes "Bitches Brew” inspired jazz with psychedelia, krautrock and ominous euro-horror to create an adventurous concoction of mind expanding, unpredictable goodness. (NF)……….. 
While this is definitely not some undiscovered classic on the order of a Can, Faust or Neu! (or even the more obscure likes of Siloah, Kalacakra, Necronomicon, etc.) it is pretty cool. And weird. Especially weird. Imagine Reynols or Yahowha 13 gone lounge, trying to entertain a bunch of jet-setters at some hip, swinging ‘60s party… It’s called Fantastic Party after all and that’s what it was meant as, a party record! Some cheesy German record label in 1970 put this together …………. 

Probably one of the weirdest discoveries in the field of collectable German albums in recent years, Staff Carpenborg’s sole output was first brought to the spotlight by the compilers of the celebrated “Kraut! Demons! Kraut!” cd-series in the mid-90’s. Since then rumours and interest about the album have risen exponentially since this weird record is one of the earliest known examples of kraut-rock. 
“Fantastic Party” went under the radar for so many diggers and record collectors as little they expect such crazyness would hide in the grooves on this otherwise crappy-looking album. No one knows who was behind this studio project except a certain Paul Bucher credited on the record as the composer of all tracks. Anyway what this anonymous bunch of musicians left behind was a puzzling set of psychedelic jams choked with an overdose of effects which can be easily labelled as proto-kraut………. 

Absolutly early 70’s weird stuff from Germany. Mostly instrumental with some vocal parts. 
Take psych pop, add some funk grooves and strange dubby effects and maybe you will be imagine this obscure kraut gem….by….psychicforest ……… 

Tracklist 
All Men Shall Be Brothers Of Ludwig 5:15 
The Every Days Way Down To The Suburbs 4:20 
Lightning Fires, Burning Sorrows 3:27 
Swing Low, If You Like To Do 5:09 
Stainy, Heavy Needles 4:59 
P.A.R.T.Y. 4:15 
Let The Thing Comin’ Up 3:55 
Shummy Poor Clessford Idea In Troody Taprest Noodles 4:44 

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