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"Remastered by Manuel Göttsching and released on his own label MG ART. Inventions for Electric Guitar is Manuel Göttsching's first solo album, recorded: July-August 1974. The album was written and performed entirely by Göttsching on electric guitar, hence the title. ...
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"Produced by Rolf Ulrich Kaiser and Dieter Dierks behind the controls. With Uli Popp (bongos),Wolfgang Müller (drums, vibraphone), Hartmut Enke (guitar, bass, electronics), Manuel Göttsching (guitar, organ, electronics, choir), Matthias Wehler (saxophone) and John L. ...
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"Recorded during the first Japanese tour of the band in Osaka and Tokyo in February 1997, this double album is a rare document of the late Ashra with Manuel Göttsching, Lutz Ulbrich, Harald Grosskopf with the new signing Steve Baltes, who has since been in ...
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"In addition to Manuel Göttsching and Hartmut Enke especially the lyrical collaboration with Timothy Leary became the outstanding trademark of this album. A breathtaking trip between electronics, West Coast blues and psychedelia. " (label info)
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"Produced by Rolf Ulrich Kaiser and Dieter Dierks behind the controls. With Uli Popp (bongos),Wolfgang Müller (drums, vibraphone), Hartmut Enke (guitar, bass, electronics), Manuel Göttsching (guitar, organ, electronics, choir), Matthias Wehler (saxophone) and John L. ...
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MG.ART112 | MG.ART

""Starring Rosi" is the 5th Album by Ash Ra Tempel. Although originally released in 1973, the same year as its predecessor "Join Inn", it is by far the most accessible Ash Ra Tempel album. Beside the drums(played by Harald Grosskopf), Manuel Göttsching played all the ...
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"Recorded in March 1971 with Conny Plank (engineer), Manual Göttsching (guitar, vocals, electronics), Klaus Schulze (drums, percussion, electronics) and Hartmut Enke (bass). A boisterous, impromptu work, full of strength and vision." (label info)
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