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  1. This Berlin based outfit regularly gets lumped into the Krautrock pile, though the comparison isn't particularly accurate or fair since their sound…

  2. Released on the Phillips label in 1970, Cravinkel, the English spelling to the last name of the German band's guitarist (Gerd Krawinkel). They…

  3. Randy Pie was a german band that played a mix of Rock, Jazz and Soul. Founded 1973, partly by musicians that played in the band Rattles before.…

  4. The German progressive rock band Prof. Wolfff lived a short and intensive life in the early 70s, as a part of the krautrock adventure - with gigs…

  5. Long time lost krautrock classic delivering a dynamic, complex combination between fuzzy freak out improvisations (full of Hammond organs and…

  6. Dull Knife was a 70s German krautrock band that released one album, Electric Indian, in 1971 .

    Line-up:

    Gottfried Janko (Keyboards, Vocals)
    Martin…

  7. 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…

  8. An underground heavy progressive power trio that recorded a legendary collector's item entitled "4 Times Sound Razing". This album contained just…

  9. The Petards were formed in 1966 in Schrecksbach, Germany. They became one of Germany’s top bands of the sixties, touring and recording…

  10. Franz K. is a 70s heavy psychedelic progressive rock from Witten, Germany.

    Line-Up:

    Peter Josefus (Bass, Vocals)
    Stefan Josefus (Drums)
    Mick…

  11. Eulenspygel was a progressive/jazz/krautrock band from Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany.

    They played some psychedelic progressive rock, singing in…

  12. Drosselbart is a Krautrock (progressive rock) artist originating from Germany.
    The music of Drosselbart can be described as “hard psychedelic…

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  14. (1) Walpurgis from Poland/Germany playing Westcoast and Psychedelic influenced Krautrock in the early '70s.
    (2) Walpurgis from Belgim playing melodic…

  15. Hölderlin started out playing cover tunes in Germany in the 1960s until they received an offer for a record contract in the early 1970s. The band…

  16. A supergroup project that bought together some amazing talents, namely Dieter Moebius from Cluster, top engineer Conny Plank, Kraan musicians:…

  17. 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…

  18. Named after the romantic poet, Friedrich Hölderlin (1770-1843), the band from Wuppertal, Germany, operated between 1970 and 1981, producing, by…

  19. "STREETMARK was founded 1968 in Düsseldorf, when Dorothea Raukes, who had studied Classical Music and played keyboards, met the Brothers Thomas…

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