Sunday, February 28, 2010

Percewood's Onagram - "Tropical Brainforest" {Germany} [1972]

Percewood's Onagram, a band of German and American musicians was founded by singer, guitarist & songwriter Michels in a small, grey industrial city in North-Germany in 1969.- At that time nearly all German bands were just playing the English and American charts up and down, only copying their originals. Only a handful of German bands were just starting to experiment and trying to find their own styles - mainly electronical music, later described as "Kraut-Rock" (more an insult than a striking describtion or label), such as Amon Düül, Kraftwerk, Can, Tangerine Dream ...
more http://www.percewoods-onagram.de/biography.html


01 - Doing It
02 - Tropical Brainforest
03 - Who's the Sailor
04 - Creature Called Man
05 - The Car Crash
06 - That Singer Is Right
07 - Grey Sunday
08 - It's All Over
09 - Chicago

02 - Tropical Brainforest...
04 - Creature Called Man...
08 - It's All Over...

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8 comments:

isabelbc said...

http://lix.in/-717ca0

Anonymous said...

Thanks Isabel!!!
Amazing sound!!
Alan

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Ben Sommer said...

"Creature Called Man" - started out like that Beatles song (forgot which...) - same bass tone. Nice

Anonymous said...

Very nice proto-prog album. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Very cool info, though!...

Anonymous said...

Hi to all PERCEWOOD'S ONAGRAM fans & friends!

You can hear more P.O. songs/music on:

www.myspace.com/percewoodsonagram
www.myspace.com/wolfgangmichels
www.percewoods-onagram.de
www.youtube.com > search > percewood's onagram
www.youtube.com > search > wolfgang michels

also visit homepage of leadsinger/songwriter/guitarist of P.O. Wolfgang Michels:
www.wolfgang-michels.de
www.michels-zuhause.de(fanpage)

by the way: ALL albums of PERCEWOOD'S ONAGRAM and leadsinger MICHELS are available on the market through Warner Music and www.amazon.de > search > musik > percewood's onagram > and search > michels

best wishes to all of you, wolfgang

Anonymous said...

could you share the vinyl version with the extra track?

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