Yeti (album)

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Yeti is a double LP by psychedelic rock band Amon Düül II which was first released in 1970 on Liberty (Germany: LBS 83359/60 X; United Kingdom: LSP 101). The album was produced by Olaf Kübler and Amon Düül II, and engineered by Willy Schmidt, "with a little help of Siegfried E. Loch". Including both short songs and longer, improvisational tracks, British avant-garde music magazine The Wire describes Yeti as "one of the cornerstones of both Amon Düül's career and the entire Krautrock movement."Pouncey, Edwin (February 1996) "Communing With Chaos" The Wire 144

Cover art

The cover was designed by the band's organist, Falk Rogner, and features a collage depicting the Grim Reaper (German: Der Sensenmann), made from a photograph of Wolfgang Krischke. Krischke, who had worked with the band as a sound man, had died of hypothermia while under the effects of LSD. Rogner said: "When he died I thought that the photo would be a perfect tribute to his memory. He never managed to find his way into Amon Düül properly when he was alive, so maybe his image as Der Sensenmann will work as a strange cover image and he could be remembered as a magical person."Gross, Jason (August 2008) "" Perfect Sound Forever Retrieved 2010-10-23

Track listing

Side A

  1. "Soap Shop Rock" – 13:47
    1. "Burning Sister" – 3:41
    2. "Halluzination......
    3. ...

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