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  1. Kraan is a German band that was formed in 1970. They released several albums of rock mixed with jazz elements during the 70s and 80s before…

  2. In the strange Olympic summer of 1972, the Düsseldorf instrumental group (community of 5 hippies / open mind artists) German Oak entered the…

  3. Annexus Quam were from Kamp-Lintfort, a suburb of Dusseldorf. Their music can best be described as an avant garde mixture of mixed jazz, rock…

  4. Legendary progrock- masterpiece, sometimes aggressive, sometimes melancholic. Superb guitars, distorted voices and great organ works recall PINK…

  5. Formed in the late 60's, Eiliff was a German band who turned fusion on its head with a pair of studio albums featuring classy Canterbury-style…

  6. Biography by Rolf Semprebon
    Thirsty Moon were one of the many German jazz-rock progressive groups in the early '70s that put their own unique…

  7. Exmagma were a German psychedelic jazz rock trio in the seventies, that's also sometimes associated with krautrock and the Canterbury scene.…

  8. There are 2 Aera. A krautrock band from the 70s and 80s and a current Berlin based producer of electronic music:

    1. Aera was a German band of…

  9. Michael Bundt started his career in a number of relatively obscure early-70's German progressive bands, including Nine Days Wonder and Nerve. In…

  10. Os Mundi have been quoted as Berlin's first "rock big band" with a line-up that could swell to a dozen. Little-known really, Os Mundi were indeed an…

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