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Gila was a German band that, like Amon Düül II and others, started out as a radical hippie commune. Springing out of Stuttgart, Germany in 1971, Gila's sound was based around the guitar talents of Conny Veidt, who was later a member of Popol Vuh. Gila's classic debut album, Gila (1971), is an instrumental improv spacerock extravaganza that can stand proudly alongside better-known works by Ash Ra Tempel, Pink Floyd or Amon Düül II. After much touring, Veidt disbanded Gila… read more

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  • Avatar for One-NightStand
    Absolutely mind-blowing stuff, I can't really understand why I never hear of them[2]
  • Avatar for One-NightStand
    Fuckin' Greaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat!!!
  • Avatar for mers-600
    YES-O KEY.
  • Avatar for MusicMagic77
    @[user]azachel[/user], NEVER confuse the music genres! In fact this is NOT krautrock music >> What is [url=]krautrock[/url] ? >> Musicologist Julian Cope, in his book Krautrocksampler, says "Krautrock is a subjective British phenomenon," based on the way the music was received in the UK rather than on the actual West German music scene out of which it grew. For instance, while one of the main groups originally tagged as krautrock, Faust, recorded a seminal 12-minute track they titled "Krautrock", they would later distance themselves from the term, saying: "When the English people started talking about Krautrock, we thought they were just taking the piss... and when you hear the so-called 'Krautrock renaissance,' it makes me think everything we did was for nothing."
  • Avatar for MonoPeligroso
    absolutely mind-blowing stuff, I can't really understand why I never hear of them
  • Avatar for Balloonbear
    ru trap
  • Avatar for rogerjazzfan
    Gila = Crazy.
  • Avatar for Color_Of_Sound
    These guys are fucking amazing....
  • Avatar for zarqu
    Awesome sounds.
  • Avatar for bangbingbung
    "Gila" means "Crazy" in indonesian

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