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Popol Vuh – 70s Progressives. This CD comprises alternate recordings of Popol Vuh 1970s works. Although not exactly stated on the release, this material was recorded at Bavaria Studio, Munich, 1990 reuniting many old Popol Vuh members (but in a line-up that never actually existed before). Tracks 1, 3, 4 & 10 previously appeared on the Popol Vuh - Florian Fricke compilation. All the other tracks are previously unreleased. Contains a 10 pages color booklet with infos, photos and discography.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Along with the recent campaign of reissuing Popol Vuh's classic catalog comes an excellent new compilation entitled "70's Progressives". The title implies exactly what the music is. Simply put, it is a stunning collection of Popol Vuh's most progressive and rock-oriented material recorded mostly in the mid to late '70s. While Florian Fricke's piano is to be heard on all tracks here, it is the guitar work of long-time member Daniel Fischelscher that dominates this collection.
By Popol Vuh. 2006, 11 songs. Listen to 70s Progressives in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Nosferatu is the eleventh album by Popol Vuh and was released as the original motion picture soundtrack of Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht by director Werner Herzog. It was originally released in 1978 on Egg. In 2004 SPV re-released the album with a slightly different track list and adding four tracks originally released on the Popol Vuh album Brüder des Schattens – Söhne des Lichts. Morning Sun Rays" – 3:20. Venus Principle" – 4:39.
Magma Ohm - Against the Killer Machines album Popol Vuh Records. are you ready for this !!! It details the backstory of the magma ohm universe, where the humanity trow the technology will unlock the secrets of the universe,but they are wrong. was where the fall of the human race and the beginning of the war against machines.
Throughout the latter half of the '70s, Popol Vuh's fascination with global sounds and instruments continued, with the prominence of sitars, tablas, and tamboura percussion on LPs like 1977's Herz aus Glas and 1979's Die Nacht der Seele: Tantric Songs earning their latter-day sound descriptions like "raga rock