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Romantic Warriors IV (A Progressive Music Saga): Krautrock Part 1 (2019) DVD

16-09-2019, 01:32
2018 | DVD | Documentary | Music Videos


Name: Romantic Warriors IV (A Progressive Music Saga): Krautrock Part 1
Year: 2019
Genre: Music Videos, Concerts, Krautrock, Documentary
Quality: DVD, MPEG2, 720x480, NTSC 16:9, VBR, 29.970 fps
Duration: 02:08:41
Total Size: 4,56 Gb
Audio: English/German, AC3, 48.0 KHz, 2ch, 226 kb/s / Subs: English



During the first half af the 1970s, a number of West German musicians escaped the traditional rock influences of British and American bands and created a new way of making rock music. This movement-which involved a whole family of psychedelic, electronic, jazz, folk & rock styles without mainstream radio influence-came to be known as Krautrock. The Krautrock bands that pioneered this movement created something never heard before: They took the intense, untamed essence of the old gods of rock and roll, and infused it with a truly progressive and revolutionary spirit, spearheading the evolution of electronic music, techno, hip hop, ambient music, minimalism and avant-garde genres of music.

Romantic Warriors IV– Krautrock (Part 1) (USA/2019/129 Min.) A film by Adele Schmidt & José Zegarra Holder Languages: English/German Subtitles: English/French/Italian The fourth film in the series on progressive rock covers the origins, Zeitgeist, and trajectory of the pioneering German bands of the 70s emerging from the Düsseldorf/Cologne region, and one singular band from Hamburg. This film is the first part in the Krautrock Trilogy. Featuring: Can, faUSt, Damo Suzuki's Network, Electric Orange, faUSt, Floh de Cologne, Japandorf, Kraftwerk, Krautwerk, La Düsseldorf, NEU!, Wume. During the first half of the 1970s, a number of West German musicians escaped the traditional rock influences of British and American bands and created a new way of making rock music. This movement, which involved psychedelic, electronic, jazz, folk & rock styles, came to be known as Krautrock. The Krautrock bands that pioneered this movement created something never heard before: They took the intense, untamed essence of the old gods of rock and roll, and infused it with a truly progressive and revolutionary spirit, spearheading the evolution of electronic music, techno, hip hop, ambient music, minimalism and avant-garde.




Tracklist:

01. Start
02. Can
03. Damo Suzuki's Network
04. Electric Orange
05. faUSt
06. Floh De Cologne
07. Japandorf
08. Kraftwerk
09. Krautwerk
10. La Dusseldorf
11. Neu!
12. Wume





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