Amon Düül was a German political art commune formed out of the student movement of the 1960s that became well known for its free-form musical improvisations. This spawned two rock groups, Amon Düül (sometimes referred to as Amon Düül I) and the more famous Amon Düül II. After both groups disbanded in the 1970s, some of the original members reunited in the 1980s under the name Amon Düül again, though this incarnation is commonly referred to as Amon Düül (UK) to avoid confusion with the original one.
Composed By – Amon Düül. Lacquer Cut By – PF. Notes. Re-issue with different cover of Amon Düül - Psychedelic Underground released in 1969 on Metronome Records. The only durations given on this release are on the record labels: Side A: 23:00 Side B: 18:58. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout, etched): 2. ST-MLP-15.
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Psychedelic Underground is an interesting album for die-hard fans of experimental music, though others might find its frequent excursions beyond free rock and into pure atonality tiring.
Other productions from Amon Düül (GER). Kobe - Reconstructions. Nada Moonshine Vortex.
Amon Düül II rose from the communal pit of Amon Düül I, a group of beaters and stompers who made three albums culled from the chaos of a single tribe-jam session. The second outfit saw the madness in that situation, and decided to do their own thing, and not worry about getting a new name (or fighting too hard for the first one). 1971's Tanz der Lemminge (Dance of the Lemmings) was the band's third album, and though they'd already taken the pedal off the spacy, overdriven metal a bit, it's still a sight removed from the pop charts. By that point, only Karrer, John Weinzierl (guitar), Lothar Meid (bass), Falk Rogner (organ) and Peter Leopold (drums) remained from the original group (plus a few guests), though that didn't stop them from filling up their second double LP in a row.
Sunday, December 7, 2014. Amon Düül - 1968 - Psychedelic Underground. Amon Düül 1968 Psychedelic Underground. Amon Duul were a huge musical collective out of Munich. Eleven adults and two children which are gathered to make all kinds of expressions, also musical made a spectacular appearance in a tv-show in 1968. Amon Duul’s name reportedly comes from an Egyptian mythological god (Amon) and a Turkish fictional character Duul. In retrospect, this album as well as others posthumous release from Amon Duul, might just be the foundation stone of Germany’s awesome scene. In some ways, the strength of Amon Duul is that even when the band gets cacophonous and downright chaotic, you can feel the mega line-up remaining as tight as if they were a trio.