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Der Klang der Revolte

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Book on the late 60s early 70s German music explosion of bands such as CAN, Kraftwerk, Amon Duul, Neu! and Tangerine Dream plus others. text is all in German.

Fine condition.

"Mit dem Jugendprotest entstand in Westdeutschland in den „magischen Jahren“ von 1967 bis 1973 eine neue Underground-Musik, die eine radikale Abkehr von der biederen Nachkriegsunterhaltung markierte. Ob in Rock, Jazz, deutschsprachigem Folk oder avantgardistischer Popelektronik –überall bastelten visionäre Musiker an neuartigen Klängen, die die Impulse der anglo-amerikanischen Szene mit europäischen Einflüssen zu eigenständigen Stilformen verbanden. Ihre Sounds hallten im subkulturellen „Echoraum“ aus Bandkommunen, Drogen, den ersten internationalen Rockfestivals sowie lokalen Konzertinitiativen und Jugendclubs – selbst in der tiefsten Provinz –wider und befeuerten so den gesellschaftlichen Umbruch. Über 100 rare Schwarz-Weiß-Fotos illustrieren diese Musikgeschichte dieser „magischen Jahre“."

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Author(s):
Wagner, Christoph
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2013
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
387
Publisher:
Schott

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Book on the late 60s early 70s German music explosion of bands such as CAN, Kraftwerk, Amon Duul, Neu! and Tangerine Dream plus others. text is all in German.

Fine condition.

"Mit dem Jugendprotest entstand in Westdeutschland in den „magischen Jahren“ von 1967 bis 1973 eine neue Underground-Musik, die eine radikale Abkehr von der biederen Nachkriegsunterhaltung markierte. Ob in Rock, Jazz, deutschsprachigem Folk oder avantgardistischer Popelektronik –überall bastelten visionäre Musiker an neuartigen Klängen, die die Impulse der anglo-amerikanischen Szene mit europäischen Einflüssen zu eigenständigen Stilformen verbanden. Ihre Sounds hallten im subkulturellen „Echoraum“ aus Bandkommunen, Drogen, den ersten internationalen Rockfestivals sowie lokalen Konzertinitiativen und Jugendclubs – selbst in der tiefsten Provinz –wider und befeuerten so den gesellschaftlichen Umbruch. Über 100 rare Schwarz-Weiß-Fotos illustrieren diese Musikgeschichte dieser „magischen Jahre“."

Author(s):
Wagner, Christoph
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2013
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
387
Publisher:
Schott

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