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    Main » 2010 » March » 13 » Frame ~ 1972 ~ Frame Of Mind
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    Frame ~ 1972 ~ Frame Of Mind


    genre: heavy prog

    country: germany

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)

    time: 36'38" size: 268 mb

    issue: russia


    Cosmic Dreams:

    A very talented group. Like Dschinn, My Solid Ground and Haze they were among those early Bacillus signings that disappeared after one promising album. Frame of Mind was recorded with Peter Hauke in the Dierks Studio, Stommeln (have you ever wondered how they managed to produce such a great bunch of albums?). Frame's sound was quite refined and lyrical - melodic heavy progressive rock influenced by folk and classical music. Instrumentally, it was centred around a confident and forceful hammond organ. In some ways their music was similar to Murphy Blend, but slower and more polished. Songs like "Winter" and "All I Really Want Explain" have an everlasting appeal: mellow heavy rock ballads from the golden age of 'progressive' music and long before The Scorpions completely destroyed this genre's reputation! Frame could also be more powerful and heavy in their approach, as documented by "If" and "Penny For An Old Guy". This very appealing album had a great psychedelic artwork and of course a fold-out cover. Originals are now very rare, selling for about 150 DEM in mint condition. Some years after the disappearance of Frame, both Cherry Hochdorfer and Wolfgang Claus resurfaced in the group Pell Mell, in time for their great symphonic rock album Only A Star (1978).



    01. Frame Of Mind 4:13

    02. Crusical Scene 4:04
    03. All I Really Want Explain 11:21
    04. If 5:12
    05. Winter 5:41
    06. Penny For An Old Guy 3:12
    07. Childrens Freedom 2:35
    08. Truebsal 0:20


    Andy Kirnberger (guitars, vocals, piano)

    Cherry Hochdörfer (organ, Mellotron, piano, spinet)

    Peter Lotz (bass, vocals, percussion)

    Dieter Becker (lead vocals, percussion)

    Wolfgang Claus (drums, percussion)


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