Klockwerk Orange — Abrakadabra 1975 (Austria, Krautrock/Symphonic Progressive Rock)

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Исполнитель: Klockwerk Orange
Откуда: Austria
Альбом: Abrakadabra
Год выхода: 1975
Жанр: Krautrock/Symphonic Progressive Rock
Формат: MP3 CBR 320
Размер архива: 151.2 МB

«Emerson, Lake & Palmer» оказали влияние на многие группы прогрессивного рока, в том числе и на «Klockwerk Orange», группу из тирольского городка Zams. Лидер группы — мультиинструменталист и композитор Hermann Delago, получивший образование в музыкальной академии Инсбрука. Единственный альбом.

Tracks:
01. DuonyunohedeprincesR — 11:38
02. The Key — 10:53
03. Abrakadrabra — 21:21 including:
a). Abrakadrabra
b). Temple Sh. Thirty Five
c). Mercedes Benz T 146.028
Bonuses (Live at Stadtsaal, Innsbruck, 1975):
04. Schlüsselbein Overture — 5:13
05. Willoughby — 7:50
06. Vlad Zeppesch — 10:19

Personnel:
Hermann Delago — guitar, organ, synthesizer, trumpet, vocals
Markus «WAK» Weiler — organ, electric piano, harpsichord, synthesizer
Guntram Burtscher — bass, vocals
Wolfgang Böck — drums, tubular bells, timpani

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Enjoy

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W.H.
W.H.
3 months ago

Bob! Great appreciation! For your savvy effort and shared curiosity.
I am convinced : ) Such an odd, limited item to discern visually.
Seems when Atlantic absorbed Stax of Memphis they reissued Isaac’s debut from ’67 entitled ‘Presenting…’ in Britain specifically as ‘Blue Hayes’ in 1970 (explaining it’s presence at Chelsea, with a logical title-theme for the era at UK market). Then same was reissued stateside later in 1972 as ‘In The Beginning’ on the Atlantic label.

The blank has been filled by Bob at RockArcheologia.
https://www.discogs.com/lists/A-Clockwork-Orange/212378
Bless…

Bob
Bob
3 months ago
Reply to  W.H.

You are welcome, enjoyed the search.

W.H.
W.H.
3 months ago

Wonderful! Thank you! Yes, 1970 releases are most likely predominant. Maybe a ’69 in there too.
I am optimistic this is where it could be solved.
Discogs actually has a page on the subject that unfortunately omitted mention of the still unknown ‘blue album’.

Bob
Bob
3 months ago
Reply to  W.H.

 WH,

Well I have found it. Spent a couple hours last night and, bingo, there it was. It is Blue Hayes by Isaac Hayes. Have a look.
https://www.discogs.com/release/2409537-Isaac-Hayes-Blue-Hayes
Let me know what you think.

Bob
Bob
3 months ago

This is a great album!

W.H.
W.H.
3 months ago

Clockwork, the picture…
Clockwork-Kubrick fans and record mavens, please see quickly the photograph linked at comment’s end. The mystery ‘blue album’, left row, 6th of 7, displayed above ‘Tim Buckley — Lorca’ and below ‘Rock Buster’ compilation LP is the only unidentified vinyl title in the film.
Again, for those wanting to have a try, you can see the picture & album in question at…

https://www.whathifi.com/features/7-fictional-record-stores-wed-to-visit-and-one-we-wish-was-still-open

Please do share an answer here if indeed the blue cover art is recognized by anyone. Bless…

Bob
Bob
3 months ago
Reply to  W.H.

WH,
Oh how I love a challenge! I began searching right after reading your request to vovchik 4 days ago. As the film was released Dec 19, 1971, I was originally looking for a 1971 album but just read that the filming for the movie started on Sept 7-1970 and finished in Feb 1971. So now I have widened my search for 1970 albums as well. I will keep looking and hope we can solve this little mystery.

Bob
Bob
3 months ago
Reply to  Bob

 WH,
 
Well I have found it. Spent a couple hours last night and, bingo, there it was. It is Blue Hayes by Isaac Hayes. Have a look.
https://www.discogs.com/release/2409537-Isaac-Hayes-Blue-Hayes
Let me know what you think.
 
(Vovchik, anyway you could make sure that WH sees this post?)

 

W.H.
W.H.
3 months ago

Vovchik,
Would like to pick yours and others album knowledge to clear up the Clockwork Orange-Chelsea Drug Store scene mystery. Several album titles of the era 1971 appear during protaganist Alex’s stroll through the famed record shop in England.
I have identified every visible record title but just one among them. All but the strange ‘blue album’ displayed in the records rack. That is placed directly above Tim Buckley — Lorca and below the Rock Buster compilation double LP with Arnold Schwarzenegger pictured on the cover flexing.
Would appreciate it if you could somehow come up with the identity of this ‘blue album’ cover.
Thanks so much!

Please see the picture & album in question at…
https://www.whathifi.com/features/7-fictional-record-stores-wed-to-visit-and-one-we-wish-was-still-open
Also…
http://www.johncoulthart.com/feuilleton/2006/04/13/alex-in-the-chelsea-drug-store/

W.H.
W.H.
4 months ago

Restore?
Bless…

Mario Auger
Mario Auger
5 years ago

Touch of classic..very great prog