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Amon Düül

Years: 1967 - 1971
Styles: Experimental Rock, Krautrock, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock


Ella Bauer - Bongos, Drums, Harp, Percussion, Vocals
Ulrich Leopold - Bass Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Helge Filanda - Congas, Percussion, Vocals
Rayner Bauer - 12 string guitar, Bass Guitar, Guitar, Vocals
Klaus Esser - Bass Guitar, Drums, Guitar, Rhythm guitar, Vocals
Angelika Filanda - African drums , Drums, Flute, Percussion, Vocals
Wolfgang Krischke - Drums, Keyboards, Percussion, Piano
Peter Leopold - Drums
Uschi Obermeier - Maracas, Percussion
Charly Weiss - Drums
Chris Karrer - Guitar


Old Music Encyclopedia Picture     "One of the first active krautrock units, Amon Düül grew out of a multi-media artist commune in Munich that mixed radical political criticism with a unique vision of free-form improvisation loosely tied to American psychedelia, at least compared to the avant-garde inclinations of other space-rock units like Tangerine Dream and Cluster.

          Though Amon Düül ceased recording material by 1972, frequent reissues during the decade – and the resumption of the Amon Düül name by several Amon Düül II alumni in the 1980s – resulted in still more confusion. Listeners unfamiliar with lineup of every Amon Düül-releated release can content themselves with the fact the main line of the group began with Amon Düül in the late ‘60s and moved to Amon Düül II for the 1970s recordings." – John Bush[1]

  1. All Music Guide to Rock. The Definitive Guide to Rock, Pop and Soul. 3rd Edition 2002. Edited by Vladimir Bogdanov, Chris Woodstra, Stephen Thomas Erlewine.


Psychedelic Underground (1969)
Collapsing (Nov 17, 1969)
Paradieswärts Düül (1970)
Disaster / Lüüd Noma (1972)
Experimente (1984)

Singles & EPs

Eternal Flow / Paramechanical World (1970)

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