HAZE - HAZECOLOR-DIA

HAZE - HAZECOLOR-DIA

LP (12"/10" Album)

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Label: LONGHAIR

Release date: 15/12/2010

Barcode: 4035177001037

Catalog no.: LHC0000103

Item ID: 351146

Originally released in 1972 on well known German Bacillus Label and for the first time legally reissued on vinyl, the sole album by Frankfurt based band Haze is a typical one of the Bacillus Records sound. Bacillus deemed them as important, in that they presented the LP in a unique cover -an LP size transparancy slide in the style used by Agfa. The extraordinary artwork sleeve was designed by Walter Seyffer of Nine days wonder fame. Hazecolor-dia was a Hauke and Dierks production, recorded during April 1971 at the Dierks Studio in Cologne. All five tracks had been written by bass player Dietmar Low Haze were amongst the first to present the uniquely German "Hard-Rock" sound, into which they mixed the complex variety of progressive elements, featuring guitars to the fore, also with organ and flute playing but especially with strong vocals. Haze were probably inspired by the Edgar Broughton Band, Arthur Brown and Captain Beefheart all mixed to something unique to that beloved teutonic and Krautrock sound. Remastered from original tape. The album comes with the accurate reproduction of the original artwork/ album sleeve.

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