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Scientists - Moebius*, Conny Plank, Mayo Thompson - Ludwigs Law (Vinyl, LP, Album)

7 thoughts on “ Scientists - Moebius*, Conny Plank, Mayo Thompson - Ludwigs Law (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Echoing everything from latter-days Scott Walker to David Sylvian at his most strung out, and even the odd energy of Moebius, Conny Plank & Mayo Thompson s Ludwig s Law album, or the arcane creak of John Duncan s Bitter Earth, Natalizia & Lanegan s efforts will realign listeners presumptions of both artists and place them in a category all of.
  2. Dec 28,  · There were the duo albums with famed producer Conny Plank, Rastakraut Pasta () and Material (). That pair also carried out intriguing collaborations such as the dynamic Zero Set () with drummer Mani Neumeier of Guru Guru, and Ludwig’s Law (recorded , released ) with US musician and artist Mayo Thompson of Red Krayola.
  3. Feb 10,  · Dieter Moebius, Conny Plank, Mayo Thompson / Sientists / Ludwig's Law / Drag City /
  4. This album has been released by two krautrock legends, one (Dieter Moebius) is the founder of the hypno-minimal electronic band Cluster and the second (Conny Plank) is a musical producer. The collaboration could be musically perfect and a valuable source to get into kraut-space age. However the result is close to disaster.
  5. This album was originally recorded in , although it is only now getting released. Mayo Thompson rants like a cracked phillosopher who has had too much to drink. Moebius and Plank make cool, home-grown techno sounds in the background. Thompson doesn't really 4/5(2).
  6. Ludwig's Law by Moebius / Plank / Thompson, released 16 November 1. Scientists 2. Das Apartment 3. The Truth? 4. Ludwig's Law 5. 42 6. Farmer Gabriel 7. Gestalt 8. Taras Bulba 9. Boy Boy Boy Or, "Some Time In Eastern Europe". Heroes of Krautrock in a blender with Mayo - still a relatively neuer flavor. Together again for the first time - previously unreleased in this form!
  7. Echoing everything from latter-days Scott Walker to David Sylvian at his most strung out, and even the odd energy of Moebius, Conny Plank & Mayo Thompson's Ludwig's Law album (), or the arcane creak of John Duncan's Bitter Earth (), Natalizia and Lanegan's efforts will realign listeners presumptions of both artists and place them in a.

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