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Ougenweide: Fryheit

Ougenweide: Fryheit (Polydor 2437 576)

Fryheit
Lieder aus der TV-Serie Dokumente Deutschen Daseins
Ougenweide

Polydor 2437 576 (LP, Germany, 1978)

Fryheit / Ousflug
Ougenweide

Bear Family BCD 15962 AH (CD, Germany, 2007)

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A Gorilla Music production, produced by Achim Reichel;
Recorded and mixed at Polydor Studios, Hamburg, engineer Dieter Queren;
except [2, 7, 9, 13-14] at Alster-Studio, Hamburg, engineer Richard Borowski

Musicians

Minne Graw, vocals, e-piano, reed organ, organ, string ensemble, synthesiser;
Olaf Casalich, vocals, drums, percussion;
Frank Wulff, recorder, transverse flute, bombarde, musette, crumhorns, alto saxophone, electric and acoustic guitar, bouzouki, dulcimer, mandolin banjo, hurdy-gurdy, zither, musical saw;
Stefan Wulff, electric bass, acoustic guitar, mouth organ, Indian reed organ, marimbaphone, synthesiser, vocals;
Wolfgang von Henko, electric and acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals;
Jürgen Isenbart, marimbaphone, glockenspiel, drums, percussion, vocals;
Lutz Rahn, mellotron [7]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Die Bauern sind aufrührig geworden (3.23)
  2. Diese sind die Henkersbuben (4.11)
  3. Das heil'ge Reich ist schwer verletzt (1.35)
  4. Ich sinn', ich denke hin und her (3.10)
  5. Lang erhoffte Friedenstaube (3.23)
  6. Mit Mann und Ross und Wagen (2.50)
  7. Lützows wilde, verwegene Jagd (3.30)
  1. Zittert, zittert, blöde Toren (2.48)
  2. Schwarz, Rot, Gold (1.54)
  3. Was zieht dort zur Brigittenau? (2.50)
  4. Deutschland, oh zerrissen Herz (3.10)
  5. Schwefelhölzer, Fenchel, Bricken (2.02)
  6. Hinweg, die besten Streiter matt (3.12)
  7. Zu Frankfurt an dem Main (2.47)

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Ougenweide: Sol

Ougenweide: Sol (EMI 7243 8 5368 0 3)

Sol
Ougenweide

EMI 7243 8 5368 0 3 (CD, Germany, November 1996)

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Recorded by Stefan Wulff, Wolfgang von Henko, Frank Wulff;
Produced by Casata Montfort;
Mixed by Stefan Wulff, Wolfgang von Henko;
Recorded at O-Tonstudio, Hamburg;
Additional recordings at: Sounds & Songs;
Final mix at O-Tonstudio April 1996;
Mastered by Tom Meyer at Master & Servant;
Cover-Design by Williams & Williams Creative Co-Operation, Hamburg;
Interactive tracks and videos by Digital World;
(P) 1996 Musikverlag Progressive GmbH

Musicians

Time of Roses (Beate Kynast, Dorothee Lübke, Susanne Wolf, Claudia Alferding, Anette Isenbart, Christiane Martensen), vocals;
Olaf Casalich-Bauer, vocals, percussion, kettle drum, djembe;
Stefan Rager, vocals, drums, percussion, programming, bells, toy piano, harp zither, marimba, bodhrán, udu;
Stefan Wulff, bass, double bass, keyboards, percussion, talking drum, drum programming;
Frank Wulff, saz, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, Chinesian Schnarrflöte, jew's harp, hurdy-gurdy, mandolin, mandola, keyboards, alto transverse flute, conchshell, tin whistle, waterphone, percussion, shawm, crumhorns, sitar, bullroarer, didgeridoo;
Darius Zahir, keyboards;
Wolfgang von Henko, electric and acoustic guitar, midi guitar, e-bow guitar, concert guitar, sample percussion, programming;
Wolfram Huschke, cello;
Sven Gordon Williams, drums, percussion;
Tessera Quartett (Christiane Wulff, violin; Michail Paweletz, violin; Karlheinz Mayer, viola; Gernot Nutzenberger; cello)

Tracks

  1. Terra Sinus Aperit (3.31)
  2. Gaudete (3.16)
  3. Drink Down the Moon (3.52)
  4. Spagna Contrapunto (2.22)
  5. O Death (3.35)
  6. King Arthur (3.09)
  7. Ave Maria (4.14)
  8. Woe Worth the Tyme (4.14)
  9. Gentil Señora Mia (3.19)
  10. Owê (3.53)
  11. Tourdion (3.23)
  12. Pasa El Agua (3.23)
  13. Concerto for Lovers (3.11)
  14. Sol (4.11)
  15. Ougenweide CD-ROM Track