CAFE EXIL NEW ADVENTURES IN EUROPEAN MUSIC 1972-1980 (2LP) by VARIOUS ARTISTS Vinyl Double Album XXQLP2074

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CAFE EXIL - NEW ADVENTURES IN EUROPEAN MUSIC 1972-1980 (2LP)

by VARIOUS ARTISTS
Vinyl Double Album

 

XXQLP2074

 

Label: ACE RECORDS

When David Bowie and Iggy Pop relocated from LA to continental Europe, taking trains to Berlin, Paris and Warsaw, they would have come across new music that was very different to the burgeoning disco scene they left behind. “Cafe Exil” – named after one of Bowie’s favourite Berlin haunts – imagines the soundtrack that would have informed “Low”, “Heroes” and “Lodger”. It’s an awesome mix of electronica, Krautrock and experimental treats.

SIDE ONE
1. WAY STAR - Rubba
2. PONY - Annette Peacock
3. TOMMY - Focus
4. A MORNING EXCUSE - Amon Düül II
5. EPSILON IN MALAYSIAN PALE - Edgar Froese *  
SIDE TWO
1. OCTAVE DOCTORS - Steve Hillage
2. JENNIFER - Faust
3. FEUERLAND - Michael Rother
4. EILEEN - Streetmark
SIDE THREE
1. L’EROE DI PLASTICA - Toni Esposito
2. NO ONE RECEIVING - Brian Eno
3. HÜTER DER SCHWELLE - Popol Vuh
4. PENNY HITCH - Soft Machine
SIDE FOUR
1. DON’T YOU KNOW - Jan Hammer Group
2. CANOE - Piero Umiliani
3. TROUPEAU BLEU - Cortex
4. SOWIESOSO - Cluster

*  VINYL BONUS TRACK