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Mythos - 1975 - Dreamlab
Opa-LokaDate: Friday, 23 May 2008, 17:36 | Message # 1
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Mythos - 1975 - Dreamlab

Track listing
01. Dedicated to Wernher von Braun (5:53)
02. Message part I (2:49)
03. Message part II (5:24)
04. Expeditions (6:02)
05. Mythalgia (2:12)
06. Dreamlab: (11:17)
-a) Echophase (3:03)
-b) Quite amazed (3:10)
-c) Going to meet my lady (5:04)
07. Eternity (7:07)

Total Time: 40:44

Line-up
- Stephan Kaske / flute, acoustic & electric guitars, synths, vocals
- Robby Luizaga / bass, acoustic guitar, Mellotron
- Hans-Jürgen Pütz / drums, Moog drum, vibes, percussion
+ Starmaiden / backing vocals (4)

Cosmically dreamy ensemble combining experimental classical space influences with that 70's underground German psychedelia. "Dreamlab" was MYTHOS' 2nd album, from 1975, and was originally released on Cosmic Couriers. "Dreamlab" is somewhere between YATHA SIDRA and ASH RA TEMPEL with some ethnic percussion carrying a earthy feel throughout. Vocals are in English but are not used all that often (and that is a good thing) as the strength of this music is clearly in the instrumentation. I treat this album as a classic and regard it highly as a tremendous piece of work. Moog and Mellotrons also help create those lush analog atmospheres which when combined with the array of hand drums and electric guitar accents will put you into a permanent "Dreamlab".

 
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