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    This is a very good find and a great version of Om Zanka.



    And here is live Corima:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Musique Noise - Pour qui sont ces rangers qui marchent sur nos têtes? - sur l'album "Fulmines Regularis" (1988)

    I remember WTF'ing to that some 15 years ago and got rid of it fairly quickly... maybe I was a little quick in my judgment
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

  3. #128
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    I still clearly remember getting Michel Altmayer's Troll vol.2 (Musea, 1986) on the strength of the excellent track "Breakup Dance" on the Enneade compilation of Zeuhl music (also on Musea). Turned out that most of the rest of the Altmayer record came across as some kinda Zeuhl Barry Manilow.

    There's a decent amount of Zeuhl-influence in some of Francois Breant's stuff too, and he was certainly into channelling an easy listening vibe on occasion. His stuff worked far better than Altmayer's, though.
    Interesting... Never heard anything akin to a "Zeuhl Barry Manilow", so that sounds quite different.

    Thanks for the info though. Never listened to Francois Breant, but now I'm curious.

    Even though we don't always see eye-to-eye, I love reading your forum posts, man.

  4. #129
    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Rabbit Rabbit are zeuhlish? Great band but don't see how they make this thread, they don't even have a bassist or keyboardist!

    nope, you're absolutely right. that's what I get for monkeying around. damn gorillas!
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  5. #130
    Quote Originally Posted by Dana5140 View Post
    This is a very good find and a great version of Om Zanka.
    I once had the opportunity to play 'Om Zanka' with Patrick Réhant, the drummer,
    an excellent player (formerly of Magma cover band Don't Die) and good man who sadly passed away in april.


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    Not as powerdriven as Pienza Ethnorchestra but in the same vein and same instruments


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    No really zeuhl : Close, but no cigar!
    On the other hand it sounds like Foetus have listened to Zaboitzeff, Topp, Koenji and Nicolas Lens, at least on this track

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    Nyl - Nyl 1976 FULL ALBUM (psychedelic space rock)

    The reason for posting it here is that Jannick Top plays bass on some of the tracks, and its pretty obvious where

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