*NEW* Live Themes (No1 - Krautrock)

Live Themes - Gigs, Sessions Documentries and More.

(August 2017) We are now going to take different musical themes as our focus for this page, rather than just randomly adding videos.

As a start we have a selection of some of the most notable Krautrock pioneers, with some rare concert footage alongside more recent performances by those still performing.

This will be added to for a few weeks, before we switch themes, and go somewhere completely different. In due course we hope to make this more interactive, however more about that another time. If you have anything to add then your welcome to leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

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Tangerine Dream - Live In Lisbon (The Coliseu - 2010).

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Amon Düül II - Between The Eyes / Paralyzed Paradise / Eye-Shaking King - Live 1970 (Remastered).

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Can  - Live in Soest, Germany 1970.



Holger Czukay - Bass
Michael Karoli - Guitar
Jaki Liebezeit - Drum
Irmin Schmidt - Keyboard
Damo Suzuki - Voice

Tracklist:
1. Intro
2. Sense All of Mine
3. Oh Yeah
4. I Feel Allright
5. Mother Sky
6. Deadlock
7. Bring Me Coffee or Tea
8. Don't Turn the Light On, Leave Me Alone
9. Paperhouse

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NEU! - Hero (Dusseldorf, Germany 1974).

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Ashra Tempel - playing at TVE (Musical Express serie amigos, "musica planeadora") in Barcelona 1981.

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Faust  - Live at Market Hotel on March 29, 2016.

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Kraftwerk - In The Beginning (1970). My German language skills are not good, however this is the first live televised Kraftwerk gig, & according to some their first ever live performance which seems strange to me, whatever! it's a beautiful piece of musical history...


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