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Sixty Nine Circle Of The Crayfish 1972 Germany, Krautrock Heavy Progressive Rock

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Sixty Nine - Circle Of The Crayfish 1972 (Germany, Krautrock / Heavy Progressive Rock)

The only duet album of Bad Kreuznach ( land Rheinland-Pfalz). Armin Stowe Roland Schupp and came to the conclusion that their music does not need a lot of musicians , because more musicians not improve their musical .V 1972 "Sixty Nine" performed at Pop Festival in Wurzburg . Participated in a joint tour with the "Golden Earring" and "West, Bruce & Laing". Is the dominant tool body . Most of the musical contribution belonged vocalist , keyboardist and composer Armin Stowe. Thanks virtuosity on keyboards , "Sixty Nine" almost sounded like a quartet based keyboards. Music duo included a very long solos on the organ , piano and moog solos based on classic works. Organ synthesizer replaced all - guitars, pipes, etc. Vocals - in English ... In 2005 Armin Stowe committed suicide in an abandoned barracks near Berlin .

Tracks:
All tracks written by Armin Stöwe.

01. Ballast - 0:00

02. Kolibri - 5:17

03. Becoming Older - 11:36

04. Journey - 17:00

05. Paradise Lost - 22:13

06. Crayfish - 38:06

Personnel:

- Armin Stöwe - organ, piano, synthesizer, guitar, vocals
- Roland Schupp - drums, percussion, gongs
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- Peter Strecker, Wolfgang Sandner - producers

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