and here we have Broselmaschine, a German progressive-folk bank from 1971. Fans of Rammstein might want to pass these guys by, but the diehard prog fan will definitely want to stop for a listen. What you will get are guitars, guitars, guitars-mostly accoustic, but some distorted and electric. There are some fine whispy vocals by Jenni Schucker. There are decidedly Indian/Middle Eastern styles woven on some tracks, most notably Schmetterling, the highlight of the album, which segues so subtly into Jimmy Page's "White Summer" about halfway through that the effect can only be described as dream-like. Other highlights include "Lassie", a traditional folk song, and "Nossa Bova" which features some excellent accoustic soloing.
4. Old Man's Song
6. Nossa Bova