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Frumpy - All Will Be Changed 1970 [Remaster] (2008)

Progressive Rock, Blues Rock | Author: sirk | 5-11-2018, 20:53
Frumpy - All Will Be Changed 1970 [Remaster] (2008)Artist: Frumpy
Title Of Album: All Will Be Changed
Year Of Release: 1970/2008
Label (Catalog#) : Philips/SPV [SPV 50842 CD]
Genre: Progressive rock, Krautrock, Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (image + cue, log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 00:48:46
Full Size: 328(+3%)

The four musicians who formed FRUMPY were all members of Irishman O' Brian-Docker's folkband The City Preachers, which he founded in Hamburg in 1965. The City Preachers played an excellent blend of American and British folk music and had, sometimes, over a dozen people on stage. Discontent with singer Dagmar Krause, drummer Carsten Bohn left the City Preachers in November 1969 and took singer Inga Rumpf, French keyboarder Jean-Jacques Kravetz and guitarist Karl-Heinz Schott with him to form FRUMPY. In spring of 1970, FRUMPY started a successful tour of France. The same year, they went on a 50 concert tour with SPOOKY TOOTH, and played with YES, HUMBLE PIE and RENAISSANCE. In autumn of 1970, FRUMPY released the first album "All Will Be Changed" which contained only own material with the exception of a Richie Havens cover. The Following year guitarist Rainer Baumann joined FRUMPY and played on the bands second LP "Frumpy 2", which was rapped in a round plastic bag. In Germany, the album was well received and proved that rock music from Germany could live up to international standard. Their music combines jazz, soul and eastern elements with the keyboards as the most important instrument. FRUMPY topped the Musik Express poll as the most popular German rock group of the year and the newspaper FAZ assisted singer Inga Rumpf to be "the country's biggest individual talent", but a tour of England with MOTT THE HOOPLE failed to attract popularity in Britain. Musical differences with keyboarder Kravetz caused him to leave FRUMPY, in spring 1972, to record a solo Lp with Inga Rumpf singing one song. But he returned for the recording sessions of FRUMPY's third LP "By The Way". But FRUMPY disbanded after a farewell concert on June 26, 1972. Inga Rumpf, Jean-Jacques Kravetz and Karl-Heinz Schott formed ATLANTIS. The year 1990 saw a FRUMPY reunio and a new LP "Now!".

01. Life Without Pain (Inga Rumpf, Robert Coules) - 3:48
02. Rosalie Part I - 6:03
03. Otium (Jean Jacques Kravetz) - 4:22
04. Rosalie Part II - 4:12
05. Indian Rope Man (Richie Havens, Joe Price, Mark Roth) - 3:20
06. Morning - 3:23
07. Floating Part I (Inga Rumpf, Robert Coules) - 7:41
08. Baroque (Jean Jacques Kravetz) - 7:36
09. Floating Part II (Inga Rumpf, Robert Coules) - 1:23
10. Roadriding - 4:023
11. Time Makes Wise - 2:52

Inga Rumpf - Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Rainer Baumann - Guitar
Carsten Bohn Bandstand - Bass, Drums, Percussion
Jean Jacques Kravetz - Keyboards, Mellotron, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Spinet
Karl Heinz Schott - Bass

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