“Tone Float” by Organisation - album review

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TJR says

Florian Schneider-Esleben and Ralf Hütter were both 22-years-old when they released their first LP into the world in the summer of '69, produced by Conny Plank. They were: Basil Hammoudi (glockenspiel, conga gong, musical box, bongos, percussion, vocals), Butch Hauf (bass, shaky tube, small bells, plastic hammer, percussion), Ralf Hütter (Hammond organ, organ), Fred Mönicks (drums, bongos, maracas, cowbell, tambourine) and Florian Schneider-Esleben (electric flute, alto flute, bell, triangle, tambourine, electro-violin, percussion). It's a real avant-garde affair and sounds like nothing else in my albums of 1969, almost ritualistic in parts. It's often airy and organic, although some menacing organ breaks up the vibe here and there. Slightly interesting, but far from great in the final analysis.

The Jukebox Rebel
11-Oct-2007

A [20:46] 5.7.png Organisation - Tone Float (Butch Hauf, Alfred Mönicks, Florian Schneider-Esleben) Prog
B1 [05:24] 5.1.png Organisation - Milk Rock (Butch Hauf, Alfred Mönicks, Florian Schneider-Esleben) Trance Rock
B2 [03:19] 3.6.png Organisation - Silver Forest (Butch Hauf, Alfred Mönicks, Florian Schneider-Esleben) Avant-Garde
B3 [04:04] 2.9.png Organisation - Rhythm Salad (Butch Hauf, Alfred Mönicks, Florian Schneider-Esleben) Avant-Garde
B4 [07:46] 3.8.png Organisation - Noitasinagro (Butch Hauf, Alfred Mönicks, Florian Schneider-Esleben) Prog




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