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Witthüser & Westrupp – Der Jesuspilz · Musik vom Evangelium (1971)

2-05-2014, 16:03
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Witthüser & Westrupp – Der Jesuspilz · Musik vom Evangelium (1971)

Artist: Witthüser & Westrupp
Title Of Album: Der Jesuspilz · Musik vom Evangelium
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Ohr 70037-2
Genre: Krautrock · Psychedelic Folk
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 71 MB | 226 MB
Total Time: 39:36
Website: Discogs

1. Liturgie 2:00
2. Schöpfung (1. Mose 1) 8:25
3. Erleuchtung Und Berufung (Lukas 3, Vers 21 Und 22, Lukas 6, Vers 13) 4:50
4. Teil I: Versammlung (Lukas 9, Vers 12 Bis 17) /
Teil II: Bekenntnis (Markus 4, Vers 26 Bis 32) /
Teil III: Die Aussendung (Markus 16, Vers 15) 10:21
5. Nehmet Hin Und Esset 3:33
6. Besuch Aus Dem Kosmos 9:45

Bernd Witthüser: vocals, guitar, harmonica
Walter Westrupp: trombone, drums, trumpet, washboard, cymbals, ukulele, xylophone, flute, harmonica

Biography from "The Crack In The Cosmic Egg":
Apparently, Witthüser+Westrupp came into being at the Essen "Podium" folk club where Walter Westrupp worked as a DJ. Bernd Witthüser was already known as a protest singer, Westrupp was playing in a skiffle band, and when the two met they realised there was a magical chemistry between them. They busked and played in local clubs creating their own unique repertoire. Although working as a duo since 1969, their debut was released under Bernd Witthüser's name, as it contained music composed by him, with lyrics taken from the writings of politically minded poets and novelists, like Novalis, Heine and Brösel. It's of little interest, unless you like more normal German folk that is. As a proper duo the Witthüser+Westrupp sound came on in leaps and bounds, their music was pure innovation, drawing on Westrupp's classical background, and enthusiasm from Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser, Witthüser+Westrupp became the cosmic buskers! With some of the finest session musicians in Germany, they went on to record three of the most original progressive folk-rock albums of the early-70's. TRIPS+TRÄUME is, excepting a couple of shorter catchy folk songs, a very cosmic affair, with long spacious tracks oozing out atmosphere, like ancient folk diversions from Ash Ra Tempel. The next two albums on the Pilz label developed the sound on an even richer more complex level with massed keyboards, a little more rock, more guitars and even choirs, many of the guests being from Wallenstein. After disbanding, both musicians went onto other folk and political bands: Baier Westrupp, Die Walter H.C. Meier Pumpe, etc. A double live album of Witthüser+Westrupp was also issued.

More info here:
Their website
The Crack In The Cosmic Egg
Krautrock Musikzirkus



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