Fans of 70's Krautrock, what do you think of Thirsty Moon?

I've been a record collector for many years, and during the 70's I was turned onto the whole Krautrock scene; Popol Vuh, Eloy, Kollektiv, Epsilon, Embryo, Cornucopia, Can, Amon Duul II, Cosmic Jokers, etc etc...the list goes on and on. Anyways, Thirsty Moon were always one of my favourite Krautrock... show more I've been a record collector for many years, and during the 70's I was turned onto the whole Krautrock scene; Popol Vuh, Eloy, Kollektiv, Epsilon, Embryo, Cornucopia, Can, Amon Duul II, Cosmic Jokers, etc etc...the list goes on and on.

Anyways, Thirsty Moon were always one of my favourite Krautrock bands, mixing elements of spacey fuzzed out psychedelia and prog, with jazz..in true Krautrock fashion. They released two excellent albums; "Thirsty Moon" (1972), and "You'll Never Come Back" (1973). There were several follow-up release LP's, but they fell short of what the band did early on. Approach these later releases with extreme caution...very disco-ish, Lol. As the 70's drew to an end, this was the case with many Krautrock bands unfortunately.

Recently I uploaded a couple videos to YouTube featuring music from their "You'll Never Come Back", and debut self titled LP's. My video contains imagery taken from various photos/scans of my personal vinyl LP jacket/cover, labels etc. The audio is also sourced from my vinyl...I've also included a band bio within the "Show More" section below the video players...

Thirsty Moon - I See You / Trash Man...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZ0hhJU2l...

Thirsty Moon - Rooms Behind Your Mind / Big City...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ocFLaLS0a...
Update: People who dislike 70 progressive rock, or Krautrock for that matter may have a difficult time wrapping their heads around this stuff.

Thoughts?
Update 2: Here's a link to another similar question I asked not long ago...
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...


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