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8 Days In April - The Hamburg Scene (1972)




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This is a pretty unknown and uncommon band, despite its close relation with FRUMPY, which is a prog rock dream ensemble. It fits quite well, on the other hand, the scene of (hard) rock - having, in this case, the German authentic spark with several general and minimal influences - a musical scene which is rarely recognized or valued outside the obscure margins of its period. 8 DAYS IN APRIL's music is perfect for the taste in interesting or laid-back rock, since the album is also a mix of artistic and energized play, plus it's close to a collection meritous item, up in progressive rock's classic, hard or eclectic mentions.

The project was at first solo music practiced by Jean Jacques Kravetz, long-time keyboardist and rock in FRUMPY. Eventually though, 8 DAYS IN APRIL became a band of four core members and two special guests. Udo Lindenberg was second in importance next to Kravetz, writing and singing the vocals, plus composing much of the music. Steffi Stephan, playing bass, and Thomas Kretzschmer, playing guitars (with, sometimes, an astonishing freshness), joined the musicianship. The piece I'd Like To Be A Child Again, though presumptively the most shining piece in the album, is mainly arranged by vocalist Inga Rumpf, also notorious in some of FRUMPY's experiences. Originally called Kravetz (given the promoter), the band finally adopted the name 8 DAYS IN APRIL, and their 1972 album was tag-titled The Hamburg Scene. Both names can be considered suggestive, since the ensemble recorded in Hamburg, and the album was, most likely, an 8 days rock work.

The Hamburg Scene smashes a lot of hard classic rock mints, but also has a prog rock definite taste. Close to being purely (and purifying) instrumental, much of the music's contrasts evolve from lyrical and euphonic passages to striking and overly produced climaxes. 8 DAYS IN APRIL clearly play a blending rock of artistic and popular forms, with smaller influences of fuzzy rhythms, jazzy branding or complex emotions and frets.

The entire concept, project and music relief of 8 DAYS IN APRIL is definitely of a bit spontaneous kind, nevertheless its improvisation is worthwhile, since it's a good and recommend prog rock band, up the rarity shelve.
Tracklist:
1. I'd Like To Be A Child Again (9:35)
2. Ann Toomuch (7:55)
3. Routes (7:27)
4. When The Dream Is Over (3:14)
5. Master Of Time (9:40)

Line-up:
Udo Lindenberg - vocals, drums, percussion
Jean-Jacques Kravetz - organ, piano, synthesizer, percussion
Steffi Stephan - bass
Thomas Kretzschmer - guitar
Inga Rumpf - vocals
Roger Hook - 12 string guitar

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Kravetz - Kravetz, 1972 [2009, Melting Pot MPMC 09002]


Album: Kravetz
Year: 1972
Label: Melting Pot, 2009
Genre: Krautrock, Eclectic prog
Format: FLAC (separate) +CUE+LOG+SCANS
Size: 255 Mb
Source: my CD

Line up:
Udo Lindenberg - vocals, drums, percussion
Jean-Jacques Kravetz - organ, piano, synthesizer, percussion
Steffi Stephan - bass
Thomas Kretzschmer - guitar
Guests:
Inga Rumpf - vocals
Roger Hook - 12 string guitar

Songs / Tracks Listing:
1. I'd Like To Be A Child Again (Kravetz/Lindenberg) (9:35)
2. Ann Toomuch (Kravetz/Lindenberg) (7:55)
3. Routes (Lindenberg) (7:27)
4. When The Dream Is Over (Lindenberg) (3:14)
5. Master Of Time (Lindenberg) (9:40)

Release information:
LP Vertigo 6360 605 (1972)
LP Windrose-Dumont-Time Studios, Hamburg
LP Fontana 6434 232 (1975)
CD Germanofon 941082 (Luxembourg, 1996)
CD Melting Pot Music Company (Ireland, 2009)

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