Monday, 26 August 2019

Amon Düül II ‎– "Yeti" (Liberty ‎– LBS 83 359/60 X) 1970

Yup, obviously their best album......apart from that,you'll be pleased to know that I have little to say on the subject.


1.Soap Shop Rock
.a Burning Sister 3:41
.b Halluzination Guillotine 3:05
.c Gulp A Sonata 0:45
.d Flesh-Coloured Anti-Aircraft Alarm 5:53
2. She Came Through The Chimney 3:56
3. Archangels Thunderbird 3:30
4. Cerberus 4:18
5. The Return Of Ruebezahl 1:35
6. Eye-Shaking King 6:37
7. Pale Gallery 2:11
8. Yeti (Improvisation) 18:00
9. Yeti Talks To Yogi (Improvisation) 6:06
10. Sandoz In The Rain (Improvisation) 8:55


Anonymous said...

Hey I'd rather read a blogger who gives his own opinions and can actually expound on a topic and give his opinions in an interesting way, than someone who just copies allmusic reviews like they're the written-in-stone truth about the music they're posting. So boring and who are these allmusic reviewers anyway? Just hacks with their own opinions who often aren't worth listening to.

Jonny Zchivago said...

Of course i agree Anonymous. I don't bother with many blogs that just post a picture of an album and a link.Prefer the olden days of the radical music press.I try to entertain and confront taboo' Krautrock is a bit rubbish except for a few truly original groops.....but sometimes I can't be arsed to write about "Yeti".
Thanks for your comment

northfieldhat said...

Johnny usually writes a thought provoking blurb, yeti didn't this time.

Jonny Zchivago said...

Apologies Northfield hat, life sometimes leaves me with no thoughts in my brain....i think the cover of "yeti" says it all actually.