- Performer:Ash Ra Tempel
- Title:Inventions for Electric Guitar
- Style:Kraut Rock,Art Rock,Prog-Rock,Experimental Rock
- Date of release:1975
- Recording date:July, 1974 - August, 1974
- Recording location:Studio Roma, Berlin, Germany
- Size FLAC version1415 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1654 megabytes
- Size WMA version1615 megabytes
- Formats:TTA MMF MP4 DXD APE WAV
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Inventions For Electric Guitar. By: Ash Ra Tempel (1975, Electronic). More albums from Ash Ra Tempel: Starring Rosi by Ash Ra Tempel. Le Berceau De Cristal by Ash Ra Tempel. Europop by Ash Ra Tempel. It’s All Over But The Shouting, Have A Little Mercy by Ash Ra Tempel.
The opening "Echo Waves" is a trance-inducing space guitar masterpiece, with repeating rhythm figures and gradual phase shifts creating a warped sense of time. The first 14 minutes of the track consist of short, subtly changing melodic phrases, until Göttsching questionably chooses to close with a searing, acid-fried guitar solo.
Inventions for Electric Guitar is the first solo studio album by electronic artist Manuel Göttsching. However, it was released with the subtitle Ash Ra Tempel VI, technically making it the sixth and final album under the Ash Ra Tempel name. The album was written and performed entirely by Göttsching on electric guitar. Inventions for Electric Guitar. Studio album by. Ash Ra Tempel, Manuel Göttsching. Ash Ra Tempel was a German rock group active from 1970 to 1976, Manuel Göttsching's first prominent musical output. Ash Ra Tempel featured revolving members. Göttsching retired the use of the Ash Ra Tempel name after he became the sole remaining member. His first solo album Inventions for Electric Guitar was the last album to bear the Ash Ra Tempel name. Göttsching later began using the name Ashra for his solo output as an homage to his former group.
Listen free to Ash Ra Tempel – Inventions for Electric Guitar. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. My copy says Ash Ra Tempel on the side, so that's what I go with. Well it's not really and Ash Ra Tempel release is it? Actions. This is easily the precursor to what would become Buckethead's Electric Tears album.
Inventions For Electric Guitar' (1975) was recorded by Manuel G�ttsching 'only' with the help of guitars and a TEAC four track tape machine. Now, first coment this is NO guitar record, in terms of normal guitar texture. G�ttsching creates on the three tracks differrent soundscapes, that could also have been recorded with analog synths and sequencers. Although labelled as an Ash Ra Tempel album every so often this is also said to be Manuel G�ttsching's first solo effort. And true, you will only hear his guitar, but based on echoes, effects and overdubbing this partially sounds like a band is on the run. As a youngster in the 1970's 'Inventions For Electric Guitar' fascinated me for a while.
Ash Ra Tempel was a German krautrock group active from 1970 to 1976, Manuel Göttsching's first prominent musical output. Ashra eventually evolved into a full band and continued along with Göttsching until 1998.
CreditsAsh Ra Tempel - Primary Artist
Ashra - Primary Artist
Heiner Friesz - Mixing
Peter Geitner - Design
Manuel Göttsching - Arranger, Composer, Guitar (Electric), Mixing, Primary Artist, Producer
|1||Echo Waves Manuel Göttsching||Ash Ra Tempel feat: Manuel Göttsching||17:47|
|2||Quasarsphere Manuel Göttsching||Ash Ra Tempel feat: Manuel Göttsching||6:37|
|3||Pluralis Manuel Göttsching||Ash Ra Tempel feat: Manuel Göttsching||21:36|