Brainticket - Cottonwoodhill - SWISS PSYCH ACID KRAUTROCK 12" VINYL LP ALBUM

Cottonwoodhill is the first/debut album by Krautrock band "Brainticket" it was released in 1971 and produced by Hellmuth Kolbe. This web-page has hi-res photos of the album covers, record label and a detailed description.

 

High Resolution #1 Photo BRAINTICKET Cottonwoodhill Swiss

Album Summary: 

Liner notes: Listen to the first recording of this LSD/Hashish/Fixy/Jointy Sound. Take a trip into your inner light. See the hallucinations of reality rise out of the groove. You've got your Brainticket now! Hallelujah.

Advice: After listening to this record, your friends won't know you anymore.

Warning: Only listen once a day to this record. Your brain may be destroyed. Hallelujah records takes no responsibility.
 

Music Genre:

 
Psych Acid Music

Collector's info:

 
Gatefold (FOC) cover design

Album Production:

 
Produced by Bischof and Kolbe.

Label Information:

 
Hallelujah / Bellaphon 270.07.001 (27007001)

Media Format:

 
12" Vinyl LP Gramophone

Year & Country:

 
1971 Made in Germany

Band Members and Musicians on: Brainticket Cottonwoodhill

    Brainticket Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Joël Vandroogenbroeck: organ, flute
  • Ron Bryer: guitar
  • Werni Frohlich: bass guitar
  • Cosimo Lampis: drums
  • Wolfgang Paap: tabla
  • Dawn Muir: voice
  • Hellmuth Kolbe: potentiometers, generators and sound effects

Track Listing of: Brainticket Cottonwoodhill

    Side One:
  1. Black Sand
  2. Places of Light
  3. Brainticket Part I
    Side Two:
  1. Brainticket Part I Conclusion
  2. Brainticker Part II

Album cover photos of : Brainticket Cottonwoodhill

High Resolution #1 Photo BRAINTICKET Cottonwoodhill Swiss

 

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