Ash Ra Tempel was a German krautrock 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
Inventions for Electric Guitar. 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. All songs composed by Manuel Göttsching. Manuel Göttsching: Guitars.
The closing "Pluralis" consists of endless variations constructed around a simple guitar sequence; it possesses a structure similar to "Echo Waves" (down to the late-breaking blast of psychedelic soloing) with a bit more space and a slower tempo. In some respects a precursor to the groundbreaking proto-techno of E2-E4, Inventions for Electric Guitar is an essential document for space rock enthusiasts.
New manuel göttsching, ash ra tempel inventions for electric guitar. cosmic music - 840066 - France - 1974. Price : 7. 0 €. Format : LP. Cover condition : EX (Excellent) Media condition : NM (Near Mint).
Ash Ra Tempel 02 - Traummaschine (Ash Ra Tempel 1971). Ash Ra Tempel Amboss. Ash Ra Tempel 06 - The Fairy Dance (Starring Rosi 1973 LP 24bit-96kHz). Ash Ra Tempel 02 - Pikant (Friendship 2000).
Seven Up, Ash Ra Tempel’s third album, part-recorded at the Bern Festival in Switzerland in summer 1972, flew the counterculture’s flag high by including acid guru Timothy Leary as a guest vocalist. Recorded over two months in 1974, Inventions for Electric Guitar is a cinematic soundscape built around layered, electronically treated guitars and innovative time-delay manipulations and rudimentary looping. Groundbreaking and virtuosic. Manuel Göttsching New Age of Earth (Isadora LP, 1976).