Embryo were a German band active in the early 1970s who made a form of ethic influenced world music (see sleeve art for proof) which pushed the blueprint for 'free' music. It's a sprawling jazz-rock exploration with jams that explored Eastern blues and free jazz. This 1971 album has been in and out of print for years but now gets a very limited edition re-issue on random coloured vinyl courtesy of Loneos.
Limited Vinyl LP £27.49 LON006LP-COL
180g random coloured vinyl reissue LP on Loneos. Limited edition of 250 copies in gatefold sleeve.
- Coloured vinyl
- Limited edition
Vinyl LP £21.49 LPS076
LP on Wah Wah edition of 500!.
Vinyl LP £18.99 MIR100707LP
LP + CD on Mirumir.
8/10 Jack 15th November 2015
Originally released in 1971, this was Embryo's second record. I've never been that HUGE a fan of this long-running German ensemble, but if you're in the right mood, nearly any Embryo record can take your brain on a way-out there galactic mind trip. Simply love the Eastern influence of folk-jazz-rock 'vibe' that I experience when I listen to Rache. Tunes that I was most impressed with here were "Tausendfussler", "I Can't Wait" and the twelve minute "Espamgna Si,Franco No". You should give it a listen.
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