Long-Awaited Reissue On 180g Vinyl LP!
Remastered From The Original Master Tape!
The long-awaited reissue of an absolutely unique music group's debut album. The American vibraphonist Dave Pike had already become famous in the 1960s through his work with the likes of Herbie Mann, Bill Evans and Paul Bley. Heding towards Europe, the combination of Pike's vibraphone style and the electrical as well acoustic guitar and sitar play by the German Volker Kriegel made the Dave Pike set an instant success. Noisy Silence - Gentle Noise is an ideal title for this record. Dave Pike's and Volker Kriegel's music is as light as it is loud, eloquent as it is silent, romance is hidden behind its power.
"Mathar" became the most popular track on the album, which is known far beyond genre boundaries and still streamed millionfold.
The reissue includes so far unreleased pictures of the band in the MPS studio.
- 180g Vinyl
- Remastered from the original master tape
- Liner notes
- Previously unreleased photos
- Picture of the original master tape box
- Gatefold jacket
- Made in Germany
|Dave Pike||vibes, tambourin|
|Volker Kriegel||guitar (amplif. and unamplif.), sitar|
- I'm On My Way
- Regards From Freddie Horrowitz
- Somewhat, Somewhere, Somehow
- Noisy Silence - Gentle Noise
- Mother People
- Teaming Up
- Walkin' Down The Highway In A Red Raw Egg