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A German duet composed by multi instrumentalists, FLUTE & VOICE is totally devoted to "world" and acoustic experimentations combined to rock. The guitarist Hans Reffert "Flute" (whose reputation is strongly approved in Mannheim region) formed the band with Hans Brandeis "Voice" in 1969. They have rapidly shared their common interest for Indian sitar. At the beginning of the 70's this duet provided an inventive "ethnic" rock sound with an abundant use of sitar, raga ingredients. Their music is a fantastic cross section of different moods and playings: dancing flute lines, jazzy & folk guitars accompaniments, a mysterious tone provided by the sitar. The communication between the instruments is full of beauty and introspection.
They started to record their first album "Imagination of Light" in 1970. In 1973, they recorded the second album of their career "Hallo Rabbit". They made many performances in Germany for clubs or during special festivals (German Jazz Festival 1972 in Frankfurt). In 1974, the band disappears after Brandeis move to Berlin.
An impressive, innovative band whose music is an opened door to our inner perceptions. Really outside of time.

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4.10 | 22 ratings
Imaginations Of Light
3.00 | 1 ratings

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 Imaginations Of Light by FLUTE & VOICE album cover Studio Album, 1971
4.10 | 22 ratings

Imaginations Of Light
Flute & Voice Indo-Prog/Raga Rock

Review by oliverstoned
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4 stars An excellent psyche von folk rarity. No rock element at all here, the style goes from Pure Indian to pure jazz and blues. The mood is very mellow, spiritual and soothing. A hard to find record, but worth the trouble.
 Imaginations Of Light by FLUTE & VOICE album cover Studio Album, 1971
4.10 | 22 ratings

Imaginations Of Light
Flute & Voice Indo-Prog/Raga Rock

Review by philippe
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

5 stars The opening track directly announces the colour of the whole album. We are introduced into a relaxed, peaceful, mystical universe full of "eastern" influences. This first composition is entirely improvised for sitar with an addition of melodic, emotional vocals. The second track "thoughts" is essentially composed for an electric guitars duet played with a beautiful jazzy felt, always mixed with an "introspect" sense of arrangement. "Resting Thinking about time" is a fantastic "ethereal" composition divided into long guitar interludes. A very beautiful song. "Hello rabbits" has an evident hippie accent with soft guitar parts and prominent vocals. "Scottish rock" is a great folk, "pastoral" ballad built around a classical guitar structure, well played with a bright, technical and "relaxed" solo. The song which closes the album is a dreamy, short tune played on electric & acoustic guitars with the presence of amazing lyrics. A very creative album and a delicious musical moment. A must to discover for every fan of "indo"folk rock and krautrock first years.
Thanks to Philippe Blache for the artist addition. and to E&O Team for the last updates

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