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Das Traum Haus Peter Herbolzheimer Philips 6435 065, 1980
Das Traum Haus album cover

This review will have a few of you scurrying off to the nearest German record store! A soundtrack by cult funk artist Peter Herbolzheimer? And more importantly, is it groovy? We're glad to say that yes, it really has its moments. Don't expect a 'Live In Onkel Po' from this album and you won't be disappointed. It's beautifully played, crisply arranged, produced and recorded, and is very much worth digging up if you enjoy mellow European tinged funk with a heavy dose of jazz. Mostly instrumental, there's a tight, short disco jam in 'Nightclub-Fever' and several reprises of the super-mellow theme 'Dann stehst du da' using different feels and instrumentation (mostly trumpet, sax and Rhodes over a big band backline). A great mellow funk LP with a great late 70s feel - a summertime album probably not destined for the dancefloor but beautiful to listen to.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Wohin | Dann stehst du da | Sunset | Wohin | Let me love you, baby | Dann stehst du da | Dann stehst du da | Zerstorung | Dann stehst du da | Dann stehst du da | Underground | Wohin | Variationen fur Harfe uber 'Dann stehst du da' | Nightclub-fever | Dann stehst du da | Wohin | Variationen fur Flote uber 'Dann stehst du da' | Flying high |


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