Friday, August 18, 2006

Peter Bursch Und Die Bröselmaschine - 1975 - 2
yeah, that's the one! You ain't mistaken, the sought after second album by Bröselmaschine! You won't be disappointed, it's a very good one. Perfect guitar work by Peter Bursch and Willi Kissmer, probably the best German guitar duo ever! Excellent percussion work by Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru), just listen to "House Carpenter" and you'll all know what i mean :-))) . Here's a short review translated by myself from German into English (source: booklet):

After six adventurous and successful years the original and first line-up disbanded in 1974. Some members went to India whilst others moved to the countryside (all members came originally from Duisburg). That was when the founders Peter Bursch and Willi Kissmer reformed Bröselmaschine. Klaus Dapper, a sax player and flutist from the jazz scene, joined as a new member. The musicians already knew each other from diverse sessions and common gigs. It was Conny Plank then who put them under contract and recorded their new record in his studio. Since the band hadn't reached its full line-up at that time, Bröselmaschine's friends viz Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru), Roland Schaeffer (also Guru Guru) as well as Jan Fride (Kraan) helped them by playing at their studio recordings.


Peter Bursch (guitar, vocals)
Klaus Dapper (sax, flute)
Willi Kissmer (guitar)
Roland Schaeffer (bass)
Jan Fride (drums)
Mani Neumeier (percussion)

and not to forget: Mahendra Kapadia (tablas, an Indian friend from Düsseldorf)

track listing:

1. Sofa Rock
2. Gc
3. Come Together
4. Country Doodle
5. Na So Was
6. House Carpenter
7. Wayfaring Stranger
8. Ständchen
9. Mississippi Blues

reviewed, translated from German into English and ripped @320 by Timospsychedelicious, 9 tracks, 90 mb, enjoy enjoy enjoy enjoy en...! ;-)

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9:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very nice thank you, dreamy, warm, a special gem.

10:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


danke für das album bröselmaschine 2 ich vorher noch nie gehoert

als kurze info wollte ich nur mitteilen das track 1 ab ca 5.08 aussetzer hat und track 9 bei ca 1.28....schade da es ein geniales album ist

gruss mike

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nochmals mike

falls noch nicht im besitz
Cornucopia, Full Horn (Ger 1973) 256

10:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello timo how are you? thanks for this album !i love this band !great musicians and allways this german touch !Bye and good night

3:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Timo, Bloody brilliant site mate.
Thanks for Brosel think i had cosmic joker albums and sold em yrs ago..must have been nutcase then..all best richard

5:48 PM  
Blogger Asparagus the Red said...

..any tips on how to find the 3rd Broselmaschine album "I feel fine", it was recored at Dieter Dirks studio rather than Planks... Sounds interesting..! Great site by the way.

11:52 AM  

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