Gunter Schickert

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German guitarist Gunter Schickert was probably the only musician to rival Manuel Gottsching in guitar experiments during the 1970s. Coming from a free-jazz background, he embraced the "space-echo guitar" and indulged in the brainy improvisations of Samtvogel (Brain, 1974) and Uberfallig (Sky, 1979 - Bureau B, 2012), the latter containing the 16-minutes Puls and the twelve-minute Apricot Brandy II, almost as ambitious as the 17-minute Kriegsmaschinen Fahrt Zur Holle and the 21-minute Wald of the former. (Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx)

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