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Pancake - Roxy Elephant flac mp3
Performer:
Pancake
Album:
Roxy Elephant
Date of release:
1975
FLAC vers. size:
1263 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1979 mb
WMA vers. size:
1743 mb
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Rating:
4.7 ★
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377

More albums from Pancake (3): Out Of The Ashes by Pancake (3). View all albums . Roxy Elephant. More albums from Pancake (3): Out Of The Ashes by Pancake (3).

riferendosi a Roxy Elephant, CD, Album, RE, CD 089. A Stuttgart progressive originating from the group Nyrvana Pancake. Pancake were largely the vehicle of guitarist Walter Negele, who had a unique style that was the only carry factor over their three albums. Their debut ROXY ELEPHANT, was more typical of the German and British progressive style of the era, with the focus on multiple guitars, dynamics, with rock songs, ballads, hard-rock edged yet also afire with space-rocking instrumental breaks.

Discography: Pancake. Roxy Elephant (1978). This is their best album ever made.

Album: Roxy Elephant, 2014. German prog rock from 1975 in the symphonic vein, but featuring keyboards! Formed from psych group Nyrvana Pancake. Günther Konopik (drums, percussion, 1975-77), Walter Negele (guitar), Tommy Metzger (guitar), Werner Bauer (bass, triangle, 1975-77), Hampy Nerlich (vocals), Hans Derer (1977-), Biggi Zmierczak (vocals, 1979), Uli Frank (keyboards, vocals), Ralf Scheibe (bass, vocals).

Pancake - Long life 04:36. Pancake - Aeroplane 13:30. Pancake - Roxy Elephant 06:57. Pancake - Remember 04:51. Pancake - Rolltreppe 01:12.

Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Roxy Elephant (1975). Album by Pancake (Rock Group). was sampled in. Outro (Hitler Wears Hermes V) by Westside Gunn (2017).

Pancake 1975 Roxy Elephant. They eventually decided to release their debut album independently - the result being 1975's self-produced 'Roxy Elephant". Personally I don't hear it - these guys were simply too mainstream and rock oriented to fit in the classic Krautrock box (whatever that sound implied). In fact, I'd argue they had more in common with mid-1970s Pink Floyd than the rest of the Krautrock genre.

Credits

Werner Bauer - Bass, Vocals
Gunther Konopik - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Tommy Metzger - Guitar
Walter Negele - Guitar
Hampy Nerlich - Vocals
Pancake - Primary Artist