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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 15, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Materiali Sonori
  • ASIN: B00004VK7L
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #300,997 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Finally available the CD of the record issued in 1971 (reissued by Materiali Sonori in 1993 with two extra tracks). The second album of Embryo: fusion, rock, jazz. With the original lineup. A historical work of European music.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By W. T. Hoffman TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 18, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is EMBRYO's second album, recorded in 1971, with a line up mostly different than their first album. The single new member, who had the biggest influence on the sound and direction that Embryo took on this music, was Hansi Fischer. Recognise the name? He was the Flute player, and main member of XHOL CARAVAN. His previous album was Xhol's ELECTRIP from 1969. And that album was incredibley psychedelic, sounding if nothing else, like Frank Zappa's MOTHERS OF INVENTION around 1968. So, XHOL had sort of fallen apart by 1971, and Hansi joined Embryo, and turned RACHE into the wierdest album in the whole catalogue of this band. For those who really love this band, the songs from this album are mostly available on Garden of Delight's release EMBRYO "BREMEN 1971". It's a radio show, and the RACHE songs are played as straight jazz-rock songs. I was used to hearing these songs live. When I finally found a copy of RACHE, and played it for the first time, I was STUNNED. The mix on EMBRYO's RACHE is so bizarre, compaired to the straight ahead mix from the radio show version of the songs. On RACHE it's hard to hear the drums, or the sax, flutes, guitars, etc, playing these beautiful, intricate songs, because the mix was screwed up. Instead of hearing Burchard's incredible drumming, you might hear at one moment, CLAVES clicking horribly loud. Then, a few seconds later, the organ/moog is so loud, that it clouds out the rest of the mix. When you look at who produced the album, the reason is clear--PRODUCED BY EMBRYO. And by that, you can BET it means, HANSI and the others tripping at the mix desk. I say this, because if you listen to ELECTRIP by XHOL right after RACHE, it sounds pretty much the same. Perhaps you are familiar with the Grateful Dead's ANTHEM OF THE SUN?Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Barry P. S. on October 27, 2013
Format: Vinyl
Yes,it's good to see this one available for an affordable price,.....BUT it does sound like it's mastered from an old cassette copy(until the good sounding bonus track!). Cool idea to include the CD for free.....but the sound isn't that great.

I'm happy to hear it in any form,but I'd love to hear it clear ,without drop-outs,muddy sound(as if it were a bootleg),and I think the cover was gatefold too(but that's just a minor trouble here).

You could wait.....but for how long? Buy or die(as Ralph Records usedta say!!).

Check "comments" below for an "update" to this review...thanks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike Reed VINE VOICE on November 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Originally released in 1971, this was Embryo's second record. I've never been that HUGE a fan of this long-running German ensemble, but if you're in the right mood, nearly any Embryo CD can take your brain on a way-out there galatic mind trip. Simply love the Eastern influence of folk-jazz-rock 'vibe' that I experience when I listen to 'Rache'. Tunes that I was most impressed with here were "Tausendfussler", "I Can't Wait" and the twelve minute "Espamgna Si,Franco No". Plus, there are two bonus tracks from 1991 here, that are actually decent. A should-have.
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Embryo was a band lead by Christian Burchard, and I really wished I knew more about this band, since they had many releases. What I do know is in 1970, they released their debut album, Opal on the Ohr label (same label as early Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, and even Klaus Schulze). That one has a strong psychedelic bent, more than a passing resemblance to what Amon Duul II were doing around the same time. Their stay with Ohr obviously didn't last (I wonder if this group sense something not right about Rolf U. Kaiser, head of Ohr? Kaiser later released some jam sessions from Ash Ra Tempel and Wallenstein members known as the Cosmic Jokers without letting anyone involved know, which got him in trouble, and the labels he ran, Ohr, Kosmische Musik, and Pilz to go under).

With this change to United Artists and the release of Rache, it's obviously the sound of a band with a new lineup as it sounds very little like Opal. World influences starts showing, with lots of ethnic percussion, with a jazzy progressive feel, lots of Hammond organ, clavinet, and some great Mellotron work on some of the cuts (which is the big thing overlooked, get a listen to "Revenge", "Spain Yes, Franco Finished", and "Change"). Mellotron courtesy of Jimi Jackson, an American, who played for the likes of Ray Charles, strangely feeling just at home with the Krautrock scene, having appeared on albums from Amon Duul II, Passport, and this particular group. The music tends to have a jamming feel as well. The band lets their political opinions shine through with "Spain Yes, Franco Finished", in which the reason the band won't visit Spain has nothing to do with the countryside or the people, but of the politics, specifically that of Francisco Franco.
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