One of the most original and innovative Krautrock bands , Embryo fused traditional ethnic music with their own jazzy space rock style.
It was one of the most important German jazz-rock bands during the 1970s and has also been described as "the most eclectic of the Krautrock bands."
Over their 30-year existence, during which Christian Burchard has been the only consistent member, the group has traveled the world, playing with hundreds of different musicians and releasing over 20 records.
Originally a jazzy space rock group, Embryo was formed in 1969 in Munich , Germany , by former R&B and jazz organist Christian Burchard .
In Morocco, the band was fascinated by the different tonal scales used by Moroccan musicians, profoundly shaping the group's music to come.
( telling :We Keep On, released in 1973, was the most successful album in the group's career. However, after Surfin' (1974) and Bad Heads and Bad Cats (1975), Burchard decided the band was moving in too commercial a direction and led them on an eight-month excursion to India, where they met local musicians. )
The band then took off on a two-year journey through the Middle East, India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, during which the band's bus broke down in Tehran in the middle of a civil war in 1981.
1. Code 7 5:52
2. Ibn Battuta 7:54
3. Komet 41 10:58
4. 1/4 Tone Jazz, part 1 5:14
5. Man Bekhod wa to Bekhod 3:43
6. Prelude - Rast 6:11
7. Beat From Bagdad 7:11
8. Simai Ka 7:26
9. 1/4 Tone Jazz, part 2 1:28
10. Kletta 4:50
11. El Qalb Yeshak Kulli Gamil 3:46
12. Andalusian Beat 3:59
13. Zainab 4:10
MP3 # 320 Size : 170 MB
Flac Part 1 Size : 202 MB
Flac Part 2 Size : 238 MB