Mammut "S.T."

Mammut "S.T."

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Little Wing of Refugees (Germany) 1996
LW 1048 (LP) Coated Jacket, Original Inner Sleeve(SPSE:Side loss of about 2cm), serial no: 255
sleeve : EX+
media : VG+/VG+(There is some light noise due to minor scratches and scuffs, and some light dust noise)

The first album by Mammut, a Krautrock group formed by musicians from the jazz scene in Willingen, a city in southwestern Germany near Stuttgart, was released in 1971 and was considered a mirage due to its rarity. In 1996, Little Wing of Refugees, a label known for reissuing rare material such as Pinnacle and Da Capo, released a limited edition of 500 copies of the original album with two additional unreleased tracks. The sound is inherited from the old school psychedelic rock of the 1960's, but with an intense primitive rock (A2) where Hammond organ and flute soar in the space of raging percussion beats, and a wild psychedelic feel with strong roots in jazz and blues from the industrial intro. This is a masterpiece of rough and punchy heavy psychedelic rock. Includes serial number on inner sleeve. (Chee)

There are some scuffs and scratches on the board due to the paper inner sleeve, and there is some light petite noise.

A2: Bird Mammut
B1: Nahgarn Mammut

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