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    Main » 2010 » March » 11 » La Düsseldorf ~ 1976 ~ La Düsseldorf
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    La Düsseldorf ~ 1976 ~ La Düsseldorf

    genre: kraut

    country: germany

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    La Dusseldorf were the logical successor to the duo Neu, which disbanded when Michael Rother left in 1975 to pursue a successful solo career. His collaborator Klaus Dinger recorded a new album from September to December 1975 with the two percussionists that contributed to the Neu '75 album: Thomas Ginger and Hans Lampe. This "new Neu project" was named La Dusseldorf. Harald Konietzko (bass) also guested on the album, recorded with Konrad Plank in the Plank studio. The sleeve also mentioned another guest, Nikolaus von Rhein - this was none other than Klaus Ginger himself! Musically this was a return to industrial and urban electronic rock, as opposed to the almost rural atmosphere on Neu '75. It's very tempting to compare La Dusseldorf's music at this stage to Ktaftwerk's Autobahn phaze - highly electronic and monotonous as it was, and even featuring similar minimalistic and naive lyrics. The difference was La Dusseldorf's use of guitar and acoustic drums, bringing their sound slightly closer to "rock". As such, Klaus Dinger & Co. were undoubtedly inspiring many forthcoming bands of the Neue Deutsche Welle (circa 1979-1984); Rheingold, Der Plan, etc. The two tracks on side one were heralding different aspects of the city of Dusseldorf, mainly via the use of symbolistic keywords.

     

    Düsseldorf - 13:17
    La Düsseldorf - 4:28
    Silver Cloud - 8:01
    Time - 9:24

     

    Klaus Dinger (guitars, vocals, keyboards, synthesizers)

    Thomas Dinger (percussion, vocals)

    Hans Lampe (percussion, electronics)

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    Harald Konietzko (bass)

     

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    1 Micheal   (15.02.2012 09:24)
    Thanks for sharing. Always good to find a real epxert.

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