Et Cetera "Live"

Et Cetera "Live"

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Wolfgang Dauner’s Et Cetera
MPS Records (Germany) 1977
88 020-2 (2LP) Coated gatefold sleeve. Black label.
sleeve : VG+(SPSE/TOC: 10cm tear and tape on side. 7cm peel-off on top. wear on corner.)
media : EX/EX,EX/EX(some slightly surface noises.)

A spectacular 2-LP live studio album recorded in 1973 by Et Cetera, a group led by Wolfgang Dauner, one of the leading pianists of contemporary/experimental jazz in Germany. The quintet expanded on the sound of their 1970 ECM masterpiece "Output" and added Indian ethnic elements to the mix. The band has evolved in a psychedelic direction by absorbing music and other elements, resulting in agonizing experimental jazz rock. The introduction of the essence of Indian music and the creation of a groove through the constant refrain of minimal phrases show the influence of Miles Davis. Super deep sound world, over 80 minutes in total. It is no exaggeration to say that this is a milestone of German psychedelic jazz.

A1: Twelve and Nine
B1: Es Soll Ein Stuck Vom Willi Sein
C1: G X3 and Blues
D1: The Love That Cannot Speak It's Name

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