KRAUTROCK COSMIC ROCK AND ITS LEGACY PDF
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Krautrock : Cosmic Rock and Its Legacy by Nikos Kotsopoulos (2010, Paperback)
Jul 04, Murray rated it liked it. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Gautham rated it liked it Jun 01, The late s in West Germany was a period of profound breakthroughs, upheavals and reversals.
Probably the best part of the whole thing were some republished contemporary accounts of the so-called “scene. The other is the the sprawling and irrelevant piece by Erik Davis – his only contribution to the book, even though he seems to get top billing among the contributors – who dribbles on about the cosmic without suggesting any awareness of what the book was about and whose only levacy points were made much better by Hollings.
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Maybe he’s a big star, or perhaps there’s another reason why his writing was considered not only worthy of annd but too important to merit the attentions of an editor who can actually write in English. Paperback Publication Year in Kannada. Other editions – View all Krautrock: Without it, 70s rock would coamic been doomed to keep aping the blues with ever-diminishing marginal returns while everyone else went off to have fun with disco or get stoned to reggae or, worse, watch as pop music degenerated from 60s Beatles majesty to 70s Brotherhood Of Man irrelevance.
Benjamin Wilson rated it really liked it Jun 15, Reviews “Offers a great overview of a hugely influential movement Jeff rated it liked it Aug 10, There are only two let-downs here: My Story by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Want to Read saving…. Nevertheless, this is an interesting book that curates much of the knowledge about a hugely important musical movement. You may also like. Since I was given this book as a present towards the end of summer, there were enough bright, sunny days left for me to read it.
Krautrock: Cosmic Rock and Its Legacy
No trivia or quizzes yet. David Stubbs writes a fine essay on the origins of the genre, ably supported by Ken Hollings and Michael Faber.
Cosmic Rock and its Legacy charts the history of this influential music genre, from its gock in free jazz, psychedelia and the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen, to the groundbreaking experiments of Faust, Kraftwerk and Can. Oh, sorry, the content. To ask other readers questions about Krautrockplease sign up. Cosmic Rock and its Legacy charts the history of this influential legcy genre, from its roots in free jazz, psychedelia and the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen, to the groundbreaking experiments of Faust, Kraftwerk and Can.
This book was made by amateurs. There’s no excuse for such sloppiness.
Published January 5th by Black Dog Publishing first published It is unfortunate that some less well known artists are left out, and at or so pages it cannot be but an introduction to the era, but it is still an amazing read.
Vintage Paperback Paperback Publication Year. Racing to the Finish: List of labels and list of bands. Untitled by Tucker CarlsonHardcover Jared rated it really liked it Jan legaxy, Girl, Wash Your Face: Out of this climate, a music scene csomic that would forever change the face of western rock; at times anarchic, at others mystical, magickal, or utopian, it pushed rock beyond any known limits.
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Stubbs examines the socio-political background; Hollings delves into the history of the avant-garde with important references to Sockhausen; Faber talks about why Germans are baffled by the reverence paid by foreigners to what they see as a minor blip in their country’s musical development. He also doesn’t know the difference between ‘pare’ and ‘pair’ or ‘pore’ and ‘pour’. The writeups were pretty simplistic, where I found myself looking at it like an encyclopedia rather than reading it through the entire thing.
This book was fairly interesting and the pictures and artwork were nice, but I felt like I could have gotten the same info reading Allmusic for a few hours. I have read praise for the photography, but most of the pictures are mundane and some are unquestionably poor.
Refresh and try again. Nice book on German electronic groups of the s and s. All of the main bands are krutrock, as well as several more minor luminaries.