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  • Audio CD (30 Oct. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Marina
  • ASIN: B000I5YQYI
  • Other Editions: Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 137,438 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. This Is Soul - Paul Nero
  2. Black Night - Strasser Hugo
  3. Wildkatze - Various Artists
  4. Swingle Beat - Various Artists
  5. Pealed Tomato - Various Artists
  6. Swinging London - Hazy Osterwald Sextet
  7. Nofretete's Headache - Charly Antolini
  8. Soul March - James Last
  9. Blauer Montag - Mary Roos
  10. Get It On - Klaus Weiss
  11. Holiday Time - Hildegard Knef
  12. Rock In - Various Artists
  13. Do It Yourself - Various Artists
  14. Run Away - Various Artists
  15. No No No - Dieter Reith
  16. Gimmi Moro - Various Artists
  17. Moon Mission - Kai Rautenberg
  18. Kamera Song
  19. Heisser Sand Auf Sylt - Various Artists
  20. Eine Kleine Hasenmusik - Various Artists

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Superfantastisch! -- UNCUT, December 2006

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This one hasn't left my CD player yet! It's all a "hit" and not a "miss". The upbeat "Swinging London" by the Hazy Osterwald Jet Set is a standout. The band shouting out London landmarks and addresses of "The Swingin' City" over a KPM styled groove. Mary Roos offers a take of the Jorge Ben penned Sergio Mendes hit "Mas Que Nada" - here in German as "Blauer Montag" (Blue Monday). The legendary James Last provides a number titled "Soul March". It's uptempo, full and well produced with a nice touch of flanging to give it that "sky-ing" effect. Trippy! My fave of the disc is by an attractive gal named Hildegard Knef. In her slightly accented English she talks deadpan over a light jazzy groove on "Holiday Time". It's way out - try to imagine Nico pretending to be a dominatrix reading news headlines and you've got the drift. Dieter Reith's brilliant funky Hammond n horns "No No No" reminds me of Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames take on Earl Van Dyke's "Soul Stomp". No wonder it's culled from an album entitled "Hammond Explosion". The organ and sitar groove of Carlos Fendeira on "Gimmi Moro" is a wild mix that really works and sounds like a deleted cut from the Vampyros Lesbos film soundtrack! "Moon Mission" by Kai Rautenberg & Orchester Juergen Ehlers is a fuzz guitar vs. organ duel that is definitely my favorite instro excursion on the disc. If horns and Hammonds are your thing you need The In-Kraut Vol. 2 for your next soirre, gig, love-in et al.
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excellent album! crazy music!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 10 Feb. 2015
By E. Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
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60's swinging Kraut tunes! 'Nuff Said
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3.0 out of 5 stars Fun? Yes. Great? Hardly....Part 2 6 Feb. 2008
By Kurt Harding - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'm sure glad I gave this more than a cursory listen. I was about to one-star it and use it as a frisbee after the first time through when two of the lamest songs I've ever heard ( and I've heard some exceedingly lame ones)blackened my initial impression. But if something has the slightest merit, I always give it at least a second chance. And so it was with The In-Kraut Vol. II.
This CD is a lot like the first volume of The In-Kraut in the way it leans heavily on British and American musical influences. Indeed, most of the music is as genuinely German as the Der Wienerschnitzel hot dog chain. But the German pop charts have always been peppered with some pretty swabby sounds, from Heino to Hasselhoff, so when you listen with that in mind, the popularity of some of the songs here becomes easier to fathom.
The In-Kraut Vol 1 features many funky, soulful horn-laden instrumentals. Though there is some of that in this volume, swirling organ sounds are much more to the forefront. As I said, Volume 2 features a couple of real retch-inducing dogs, but it also features much that is enjoyable. And while nothing here can honestly be classified as great, there is much that is fun.
My favorites here are all instrumentals or at least light on vocals. The exception is Mary Roos' cover in German of Sergio Mendes' Blauer Montag. One reviewer says its out of place here, and it is. But its very tasty nonetheless. Other worthy cuts are Hugo Strasser's Black Night, Ambrose Seelos' Swingle Beat, Nofretete's Headache, No No No, Moon Mission, and the pseudo-psychedelia of the unGerman sounding Carlos Fendeira on his Gimmi More. That last features organ evocative of the mid-sixties work of Brazilian composer/musician/arranger Eumir Deodato before he left Brazil for the US.
What don't I like? Wildkatze's obnoxious chorus ruins an otherwise OK song and the awful scatting on Peeled Tomato does likewise. But the two songs that nearly had me use this as a frisbee are the mercifully short This Is Soul and the incredibly vapid and moronic Swinging London. That last one ranks near the pinnacle of the pop world's musical dungheap. One reviewer actually thinks its tops but I can't imagine ANYONE enjoying it. I'll leave it to you to decide but be sure to have a barf bag handy!
Overall, there is enough enjoyable here that it won't sit unplayed in its case. If you like an occasional earful of throwback music and novelty tunes, you may enjoy this as well.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars FROM THE UPPERS ORGANIZATION 17 Nov. 2006
By Jeff Singleton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This one hasn't left my CD player yet! It's all a "hit" and not a "miss". The upbeat "Swinging London" by the Hazy Osterwald Jet Set is a standout. The band shouting out London landmarks and addresses of "The Swingin' City" over a KPM styled groove. Mary Roos offers a take of the Jorge Ben penned Sergio Mendes hit "Mas Que Nada" - here in German as "Blauer Montag" (Blue Monday). The legendary James Last provides a number titled "Soul March". It's uptempo, full and well produced with a nice touch of flanging to give it that "sky-ing" effect. Trippy! My fave of the disc is by an attractive gal named Hildegard Knef. In her slightly accented English she talks deadpan over a light jazzy groove on "Holiday Time". It's way out - try to imagine Nico pretending to be a dominatrix reading news headlines and you've got the drift. Dieter Reith's brilliant funky Hammond n horns "No No No" reminds me of Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames take on Earl Van Dyke's "Soul Stomp". No wonder it's culled from an album entitled "Hammond Explosion". The organ and sitar groove of Carlos Fendeira on "Gimmi Moro" is a wild mix that really works and sounds like a deleted cut from the Vampyros Lesbos film soundtrack! "Moon Mission" by Kai Rautenberg & Orchester Juergen Ehlers is a fuzz guitar vs. organ duel that is definitely my favorite instro excursion on the disc. If horns and Hammonds are your thing you need The In-Kraut Vol. 2 for your next soirre, gig, love-in et al.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Very Worthy follow-up 30 Nov. 2006
By Carl Howard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I was going to write a review, but the first reviewer covered that ground more than capably. I find the cover of "Mas Que Nada" out of place, but the sampler very much has the strength and energy of Volume One of this series, and both volumes should be considered extremely strong samplers overall - very sexy, very energetic, exceptionally recorded. Okay, in one track in Volume Two, the female wordless vocalist is kind of weak and probably ought to have been either mixed down, or vocally processed, or both. Hildegard Knef returns with a great track that has almost a smart, beatnick poetry feel. Max Greger doesn't appear here but some of his finest fellow travelers, such as Fredy Brock, do. Both In-Kraut volumes definitely survive repeat listenings, and can fire up any party crowd not jaded against music that doesn't REEK. Marina Records: You guys RULE!
4.0 out of 5 stars Groovy 27 Jan. 2016
By Midnight To Six - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
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This compilation’s cover bears the slogan “Hip Shaking Grooves Made In Germany 1967-1974”, and that’s pretty much what this is. What this collection of rare songs proves is that London wasn’t the only “swinging” place in the mid-to-late ’60s, and that Germany had plenty of mod, beat, soul, jazz, groove and campy Austin Powers-esque type of music to call its own (even if one of the songs here is called “Swinging London”). Many of the songs here are instrumental workouts in the Booker T. & The MG’s style, which is all for the better since the vocal tracks are campy and the cheesy lyrics can be irritating. None of the groups included in this volume will mean much to Americans, with the exception of Inner Space who released one 7″ before changing their name to Can (their contribution, “Kamera Song”, features a female vocalist and doesn’t hint much at what they would later morph into). Not a perfect listen, but fans of mod/hammond/soul-jazz/rare-groove will want to give this a spin at their next shindig.
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