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Saturday, April 3, 2010

EMBRYO - Live in Bremen


Live in Bremen

Bit rate: 320 kps

LINK: liveinbremen


01. Try To Be (10:33)

02. You Can´t Wait - Evas Nuvola (10:11)

03. Tausendfüssler (8:28)

04. Spain Yes, Franco Finshed (26:25)

Embryo

Embryo
Origin Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Genres Progressive rock
Krautrock
World music
Years active 1969 – present
Labels Schneeball Rec. ,Materiale Sonori,Garden of Delight,Ohr,United Artists
Associated acts Amon Düül 2, Can, Dissidenten, Franz Ferdinand
Website http://www.embryo.de

Embryo are considered one of the most important German Krautrock bands of the 1970s.[citation needed] The musical collective from Munich has been active since 1969, although its story started in the mid-1950s in Hof where Christian Burchard and Dieter Serfas met for the first time at the age of 10.

Band history

In 1969 the band was founded by multi instrumentalist Christian Burchard (drums, vibraphone, santur, keyboard) and Edgar Hoffmann (saxophone, flutes). To date more than 400 musicians have played with the collective, some, such as Charlie Mariano, Trilok Gurtu,Ramesh Shotham, Marty Cook, Yuri Parfenov, Allan Praskin, X.Nie, Nick McCarthy, Monty Waters and Mal Waldron, have played on multiple occasions. Longtime members are Edgar Hoffmann (sax,violin) ,Dieter Serfas (drums), Roman Bunka (guitar, oud), Uve Müllrich (bass), Michael Wehmeyer (keyboard), Chris Karrer (guitar, violin, sax), Lothar Stahl (marimba, drums), and Jens Polheide (bass, flute).

With Ton Steine Scherben a. o. founder of the first German independent label Schneeball Records in 1976.

In 1979 the band started a nine month tour to India by bus, which was documented by the movie "Vagabunden Karawane". Embryo developed from jazzy Krautrock to a world music band, which is able to merge different styles and trends. Many of their albums originated during collective journeys on 4 continents. The band played many festivals around the globe: in IndiaEngland (Reading 1973), Nigeria (Port Harcourt Jazz 1987), JapanRUTH 2008 at the TFF.Rudolstadt Festival. (Mumbai Jazz 1979), (Wakayama 1991) to name a few. In July 2008, Embryo was awarded the German World Music Award

Offspring

In 1981, Müllrich and Wehmeyer left Embryo to form "Embryo's Dissidenten" who soon became Dissidenten.

Discography

  • For Eva – CD, 1967 with Mal Waldron
  • Opal – LP/CD, 1970 Ohr 56003 and 556003
  • Embryos Rache – LP/CD, 1971
  • Father Sons & Holy Ghosts – LP/CD, 1972
  • Steig aus – LP/CD, 1973 with Mal Waldron
  • Rocksession – LP/CD, 1973 with Mal Waldron
  • We keep on – LP/CD, 1973 with C. Mariano
  • Surfin – LP, 1975 with Charlie Mariano
  • BAD HEADS & BAD CATS – LP, 1976 with C. Mariano
  • Live - LP ,1977 with Charlie Mariano
  • Apo Calypso – LP, 1977 with Trilok Gurtu
  • Embryo's Reise – 2LP/CD, 1979/1980
  • Embryo+KCP+Charlie Mariano Live – LP, 1980
  • Anthology - "Every Day is ok" – LP/CD, 1980 with C. Mariano
  • LA BLAMA SPAROZZI – 2LP, 1982
  • Zack Glück – LP, 1984
  • EMBRYO & YORUBA DUN DUN ORCHESTRA – LP, 1985
  • Afrika – LP, 1987
  • Turn Peace – LP/CD, 1989 with M. Waldron
  • Ibn Battuta -CD 1994 with Marty Cook
  • Ni Hau – CD, 1996 with X.Nie
  • Live in Berlin – CD 1998
  • Istanbul Casablanca - Tour 1998 – 2CDs, 1999 with Alan Praskin
  • Invisible Documents – 2CDs, 1999
  • One night at the Joan Miró Foundation – 2CD, 2000 with Yuri Parfenov
  • Live 2000 Vol.1 – CD, 2001
  • Live 2001 Vol.1 – CD, 2001
  • Bremen 1971 – CD, 2003
  • Hallo Mik (liverecordings 2002 & 2003) – CD, 2003
  • Embryonnck - No-Neck Blues Band & Embryo - CD, 2006
  • Live im Wendland - CD 2007
  • Freedom in Music - CD 2008 with X. Nie
  • Wiesbaden 1972 - CD 2009
  • Embryo 40 - 2 CD 2010

Videos/Movies

  • Vagabundenkarawane - by Werner Pentzel
  • Heartbeat - by W. Pentzel
  • Ibn Battuta
  • Kif, Kif

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