Ash Ra Tempel is the eponymous debut studio album by the Krautrock band Ash Ra Tempel. Engineered by Conny Plank, it was recorded in March 1971 and released in June 1971 on Ohr. "Amboss" – 19:40. Traummaschine" – 25:24. Manuel Göttsching - vocals, electric guitar, electronics. Hartmut Enke - bass guitar. Klaus Schulze - drums, percussion, electronics. CD Ash Ra Tempel Spalax Music 2001. CD Ash Ra Tempel Import 2002. Ash Ra Tempel Import 2002. CD First Japanese Import 2002.
Ash Ra Tempel-Starring Rosi German prog psych mini lp SHM-CD. Don't expect any traditional Ash Ra Tempel music with this album (if there is any traditional ART music to expect?). Klaus left again (for the second time) and G�ttsching thought that it was a good idea to have his girlfriend being featured on the vocals (but it was already the case during the preceding "Jenseits"). The mood is more on the psychedelic side, even jazzy (especially during the opener "Laughter Voice") than before. The format of this album is also quite different: it is divided into seven songs while the band had always used us to one side epics so far.
Ash Ra Tempel was a German rock group active from 1970 to 1976, Manuel Göttsching's first prominent musical output. Ash Ra Tempel featured revolving members. Göttsching retired the use of the Ash Ra Tempel name after he became the sole remaining member. His first solo album Inventions for Electric Guitar was the last album to bear the Ash Ra Tempel name. Göttsching later began using the name Ashra for his solo output as an homage to his former group
Including more vocals (from guest Rosi Mueller) than any early Ash Ra LP, Starring Rosi spans guitar-virtuoso experimental rock (on "Laughter Loving") fairy-tale acoustic pop (on "Day Dream"), and kosmische philosophy (on "Interplay of Forces"). Though it smacks of a school lesson (with Göttsching showing off his skills in a number of different styles), the album holds together surprisingly well.
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Ash Ra Tempel are one of the most notable German Krautrock groups of the 1970s, and are a notable example of cosmic or space rock. The group was originally founded by guitarist Manuel Göttsching, keyboardist/drummer Klaus Schulze, and bassist Hartmut Enke in 1971.
Krautrock Ash Ra Tempel. Band Name Ash Ra Tempel. Album Name Starring Rosi. 版公司 Kosmische Musik Ohr.
Album by Ash Ra Tempel. Bring Me Up. Musicians: Manuel Göttsching – guitar, vocals, acoustic guitars, bass, electric piano, mellotron, synthesiser, congas. Rosi Müller – voice and vocals, vibes, concert harp, lyrics. Guest musician: Harald Großkopf – drums. Dieter Dierks - bass, percussion on "Bring Me Up", chorus arrangement on "Day-Dream".
Arranged By [Chorus Arrangement] – Dieter Dierks
|B1||Interplay Of Forces||8:58|
|B2||The Fairy Dance||3:07|
|B3||Bring Me Up
Bass, Percussion – Dieter Dierks
|KM 58.007||Ash Ra Tempel||Starring Rosi (LP, Album, Quad)||Kosmische Musik||KM 58.007||Germany||1973|
|658.007||Ash Ra Tempel||Starring Rosi (LP, Album, Quad)||Cosmic Music||658.007||Netherlands||1973|
|MG.ART 115||Ash Ra Tempel||Starring Rosi (CD, Album, RE, RM)||MG.ART||MG.ART 115||Germany||2011|
|CLE 33002, CLE 33.002||Ash Ra Tempel||Starring Rosi (LP, Album, Quad)||Cosmic Music , Clementine Disques||CLE 33002, CLE 33.002||France||1974|
|BELLE 101784, MG.ART 815||Ash Ra Tempel Starring Rosi*||Ash Ra Tempel Starring Rosi* - Ash Ra Tempel Starring Rosi (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||Belle Antique, MG.ART||BELLE 101784, MG.ART 815||Japan||2010|