Amon Düül II - Vive La Trance album
Vive La Trance is the seventh studio album released by the German Krautrock band Amon Düül II, which was released in 1973. Produced by Olaf Kübler and Amon Düül II and engineered by Peter Kramper, Vive La Trance was recorded and remixed at Bavaria Studios with additional remixing done at Union Studio München. The album sleeve's photography was done by Falk U. Rogner and Gena Zimmerman, with additional design and artwork by Jürgen Rogner.
Amon Düül 2 – Vive La Trance. Label: United Artists Records – UAS 29 504 I. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Disc labels: ℗ 1973 Made in W. Germany. Artist name on cover front "Amon Düül 2", on spine and disc "Amon Düül II" Track B2 spelled on cover and inner sleeve "D., on disc label "Dr. Jeckyll". Matrix, Runout (Label side A): (UAS 29 504 A).
Amon Düül ll's extraordinary 1973 album finds the influential German art rock band working surprisingly well in a short song format while still stamping the music with their unique sound. Fly United," "Trap," and "Ladies Mimikry" show diverse styles of pop and rock running happily into each other with memorably quirky results. The instrumentation here is as quirky as ever,too - perhaps even more so than usual, with Chris Karrer's violin and sax playing now in the fore. The melodies are often shimmering
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But then again, Amon Düül II were a freewheelin', expressive band that were too crazy to give up the ghost just yet and "Vive La Trance" was their very last stand of freakery (a particular department that the original Düül Eins were responsible for starting way back in '6. Tenacious enough to sustain continual personnel transfers while assimilating a variety of contemporary fads while collecting it into an LP where they dished out one hella cannibalized assemblage of progressive rock, ballads, acid rock and even reggae and pre-punk moves as it hurtled recklessly through . .Vive La Trance" is actually a pretty solid album. It gets knocked around a bit for embracing traditional song structures and perhaps appealing to straights but there's nothing inherently wrong with that.
Album by Amon Düül II. A Morning Excuse. Im Krater blühn wieder die Bäume. John Weinzierl - electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, vocals. Chris Karrer - electric guitar, 12 string guitar, violin, saxophone, mellotron, maracas, vocals. Peter Leopold - drums/percussion, grand piano. Renate Knaup Krötenschwanz - vocals, choir. Falk U. Rogner - organ, VCS 3, harmonium.
|A1||A Morning Excuse||3:19|
|A4||Im Krater Blühn Wieder Die Bäume||3:08|
- Manufactured By – El Palacio De La Música S.A.
- Bass, Cello, Guitar, Vocals – Robby Heibl
- Drums, Percussion, Piano – Peter Leopold
- Guitar, Saxophone, Vocals – John Weinzierl
- Guitar, Violin, Vocals – Chris Karrer
- Organ, Synthesizer – Falk-Ulrich Rogner
- Producer – Olaf Kübler
- Vocals, Percussion [Tambourine] – Renate Knaup
|UAS 29 504, UAS 29504||Amon Düül II||Vive La Trance (LP, Album)||United Artists Records, United Artists Records||UAS 29 504, UAS 29504||UK||1973|
|K 29 504 Y||Amon Düül II||Vive La Trance (Cass, Album)||United Artists Records France||K 29 504 Y||France||1973|
|SPV 305381 2LP||Amon Düül II||Vive La Trance (2xLP, Album, RE)||SPV, SPV Recordings, BMG||SPV 305381 2LP||Europe||2018|
|TIDE 9120-2||Amon Düül 2*||Vive La Trance (CD, Album, RE)||High Tide||TIDE 9120-2||Italy||1993|
|LLP-80961||Amon Düül II||Vive La Trance (LP, Album, Promo)||Liberty||LLP-80961||Japan||1973|