Title: Vive La Trance
Label: United Artists Records
Cat: L 35028
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1431 mb | MP3 size: 1878 mb | WMA size: 2773 mb
|7||A Morning Excuse||3:19|
|8||Im Krater Blühn Wieder Die Bäume||3:08|
|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|
Recorded in Germany. 1974 United Artists Records GMBH.
Manufactured and Distributed under license by Festival Records Pty Limited, Australia
Matte sleeve. Grooved labels.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): SMX 43535
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): SMX 43536
- Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Distributed By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
1:14: Düül 2. Vive La Trance LP, Album. United Artists Records. UASL 29504. Amon Duul 2. 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. The song Mozambique is dedicated to the political. 1974's VIVE LA TRANCE is a solid album from German psychedelicprog pioneers Amon Duul II. The band's roots extend back to the early days of the progressive movement, in a late 60s politicalmusical commune in Munich. At first known simply as Amon Duul from the ancient Egyptian sun god, and the Turkish word for moon, the band - much like early Pink Floyd - specialized in extended live freak-out jams. At decade's end, the musical part of the commune split to concentrate solely upon the music, the II was added to the name, and more structure. amon düül ii vive la trance. United Artists Records - UAS - France - 1973. Price : . Format : LP. Cover condition : VG Very Good Media condition : VG Very Good. amon duul ii amon duul 2 1. Record grading. Cover grading. Amon Düül II or Amon Düül 2, Pronunciation Amon Düül is a German rock band. The group is generally considered to be one of the pioneers of the West German krautrock scene. Their 1970 album Yeti was described by British magazine The Wire as one of the cornerstones of the entire Krautrock movement. The band emerged from the radical West German commune scene of the late 1960s, with others in the same commune including some of the future founders of the Red Army Faction. Founding members are. Amon Duul II's Vive La Trance is a multitextured, psychedelic gem that condenses the lush production of '70s prog rock with the wild experimentation of '60s psychedelia. The tracks for the most part range from 3 12 to 4 minutes. Amon Duul II had the good sense to avoid self-indulgent 20-minute jams, packing this release with 11 top-notch songs. In any form, this album makes a worthy addition to the serious music fan's collection. The early Amon Duul II albums are getting a worthy amount of attention these days. Why not Vive la Trance Hmmm, very very confusing, haha. ANYWAY . Amon duul 2 vive la trance insert original france lp exc. C shipping. RARE 33T AMON DUUL 2 Vive la Trance rock prog krautrock pressage francais. C bids. AMON DUUL II - Vive La Trance 1973 KRAUTROCK PROG PSYCH Lp. Amon duul II dies warts 1973 german 2ND press mint. Various Artists. Vive la France, Vol. Your Rating. Overview . Vive la Trance. 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. Unfortunately, the band never again sustained the