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Fliegen über die Elbe


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dr_how

 Genre: Progressive Rock
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An attempt at doing my own piece in the German Kraut Rock vein. It's basically a psychedelic jam set to a driving drum and bass groove. The translation of the title is "Flying over the Elbe", and the Elbe is a river in Germany.
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Uploaded: Apr 05, 2005 - 08:54:25 PM
Last Updated: Apr 05, 2005 - 07:57:24 PM Last Played: Jul 19, 2019 - 02:51:52 AM
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thetiler said 5283 days ago (April 6th, 2005)
Rockin
Nice guitar sound at the beginning.
Like how you start to groove with the lead.

The panning sounds cool too.

Thanks for sharing
Check out my latest song called They Went Underground
stevel said 5282 days ago (April 6th, 2005)
in with the neu
Like it - good beat and nice synth sounds, is that a
backward guitar part?
Check out my latest song called Out of Reach
dr_how said 5282 days ago (April 6th, 2005)
in with the neu
Yeah, the panning guitar is reversed. I see you are familiar with the band that
most influenced this piece! Hallo Gallo is a masterpiece.
Check out my latest song called Dawn Transmission (Rev. 2)
John Woodworth said 5282 days ago (April 6th, 2005)
Well done
Good effort at the Kraftwerk style lots of nice touches
Check out my latest song called SurfGuitar
CraizeeMusic said 5282 days ago (April 7th, 2005)
Sounds like
the Autobahn. Good work. Pretty authentic.
Check out my latest song called Wildflower Evening
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Progressive rock (shortened to prog, or prog rock when differentiating from other "progressive" genres) is an ambitious, eclectic, and often grandiose style of rock music which arose in the late 1960s, reached the peak of its popularity in the early

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