Popol Vuh (Krautrock, Prog Rock, Ambient) - Hosianna Mantra (Quadraphonic) - LP Album - 1974/1974

Description
Popol Vuh (Krautrock, Prog Rock, Ambient) - Hosianna Mantra (Quadraphonic) - LP Album - 1974/1974
Number of items: 1 - Near Mint (NM) - Including: (Gatefold second release 1974 in Quadraphonic)

Popol Vuh (Krautrock, Prog Rock, Ambient)

Popol Vuh ‎– Hosianna Mantra (PDU ‎– Pld. SQ 5094) made in Italy Quadraphic, gatefold LP | vinyl: NM (mint-) | cover: VG++ (excellent) gatefold

Hosianna Mantra is the third album by German band Popol Vuh. It was originally released in 1972 on the German record label Pilz. The album saw the band blend elements of Western classical music, Asian music, and space rock.[1] For the release, bandleader Florian Fricke abandoned electronic synthesizers and instead employed acoustic instruments such as piano, oboe, and tambura. Prominently featured are Korean vocalist Djong Yun and electric guitarist Conny Veit.
Hosianna Mantra has garnered acclaim from English-language publications in recent years. Writing for The Sydney Morning Herald, Chris Johnston praised it as "bold, beautiful, and lying at the outer reaches even of krautrock, the German indie music of the 1970s." Wilson Neate of AllMusic remarked that the album has a "timeless, healing quality" that is "far removed from the everyday world and yet at one with it." Raul Stanciu of Sputnikmusic called the work "an overlooked masterpiece", and Gary Bearman of Perfect Sound Forever likewise described it as "majestic – a revelation, an epiphany, a high point in the history of music."

Lot details
Artist/ Band (max 3)
Popol Vuh (Krautrock, Prog Rock, Ambient)
Multiple Titles
No
Record Title
Hosianna Mantra (Quadraphonic)
Nr of items
1
Media Source
LP Album
Release Country
Italy
Release year (oldest)
1974
Release year (youngest)
1974
Condition
Near Mint (NM)
Includes
(Gatefold second release 1974 in Quadraphonic)
Record Label
PDU
Record Label Number
Pld. SQ 5094
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