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is a little-known experimental krautrock
Krautrock is a generic name for the experimental music scenes that appeared in Germany in the late 1960s and gained popularity throughout the 1970s, especially in Britain. The term is a result of the English-speaking world's reception of the music at the time and not a reference to any one...
Brainticket originally formed in 1968, consisting of members of Belgian, Swiss, and German descent. Although members came and went during their tenure, the most popular lineup consisted of Joel Vandroogenbroeck (organ, flute), Ron Bryer (guitar), Werni Frohlich (bass), Cosimo Lampis (drums), Wolfgang Paap (tabla), Dawn Muir (vocals), Carole Muriel (vocals, zither), and Hellmuth Kolbe (potentiometers, generators, and sound effects).
Brainticket issued three albums before disbanding, but they resurfaced in the early '80s with a pair of albums before disappearing once more. In June 2000, another album titled "Alchemic Universe" came out of the collective.
As of August 2011, a newly-formed Brainticket lineup, accompanied by longtime bandleader Vandrooogenbroeck, is touring with the progressive-rock band Nektar. Brainticket performed their very first American concert on August 17, 2011, at B.B. King's in New York City.
Cottonwoodhill is the debut album by Brainticket. It features the groove-based track "Black Sand", featuring Dawn Muir singing into a spring reverb unit....
Psychonaut is the second album by Brainticket. It is often described as more relaxed and less electronic than their first record.-Track listing:# "Radagacuca" – 7:21# "One Morning" – 3:52...
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- Adventure (1980)
- Voyage (1982)
- Alchemic Universe (2000)