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Grobschnitt - Live Bielefeld 1977 - 2 mp3

Grobschnitt - Live Bielefeld 1977 - 2 mp3

Live Bielefeld 1977 - 2
Nov 2007
Silver Mint Records, Wolkenreise
SMR 005
Krautrock, Prog Rock
MP3 archive size:
1613 mb
FLAC archive size:
1168 mb


1Solar Music Bielefeld5:01
2Der A.F. Song9:42
3Skip ID15:33
4Solar Music
6Skip ID13:37
8Bielefelder Brutalrock1:31
9Skip ID10:11
10Skip ID10:39


  • Bass, VocalsHunter
  • Drums, Percussion, Mastered By, Recorded ByEroc
  • Keyboards, VocalsMist
  • Lead Guitar, VocalsLupo
  • Lead Vocals, GuitarWildschwein
  • Lighting, VocalsToni Moff Mollo
  • Mixed By [Live Mix Und P.a.]Udo Klempt-Gießing


Recorded by Eroc: 1977, Bielefeld, Niedermühlenkamp


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wolkenreise Productions

  • Without a doubt one of the greatest recorded versions of Solar Music ever captured on tape. I believe it is not a coincidence that this version was chosen as one of the first five Silver Mint Records releases. I also find it a bit surprising that this version didn't make it onto any of the five volumes of "The History Of Solar Music". The quality of this recording is simply stellar, taken from a beautifully mixed soundboard recording. Topping out at just over 55 minutes this Bielefeld '77 Solar Music has it all! The seemingly telepathic interplay between the players is simply astounding! Eroc displays some particularly exceptional drumming, while Lupo's guitar leads and Wildschwein's rhythm and dual (as well as his own briefer lead) guitar are simply outta this world. In some ways this performance is similar to that of Lunen '77 (featured on Disc 2 of "History Of Solar Music Vol. 4") or even Oberhausen '77 with Mist taking the band into the farthest realms of deep space & cosmic chaos while riding the solar winds via his tremendous keyboard work, while behind it all bassist Hunter drives both the extremely heavy & beautifully mellow and melodic passages with just the right touch. Truly a must-have Solar Music. The disc ends with a raucous nearly 10 minute version of the "A.F. Song" which features an interesting transitional passage of way up-tempo blues before breaking into the familiar down and dirty boogie blues segment which is found at the end of the tune. Throughout it all, Lupo tears it up like a man possessed, with killer guitar leads. Simply put, a tremendous encore! For those who love the 1978 "Solar Music-Live" LP, this Bielefeld '77 version is a must hear from the (in my opinion) peak year of the pre-Power Play versions of Solar Music. A magical performance....