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Dull Knife "Electric Indian" LP

Dull Knife "Electric Indian" LP

Dull Knife "Electric Indian" LP

Item #: LHC-126 Country/Year: GER 1971

Combine Deep Purple-influenced hard rock with blues rock.
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Dull Knife was a German band, who attempted to combine Deep Purple-influenced hard rock with blues rock. Dull Knife played heavy and powerful, with lots of good guitar, organ and drumming. The opener "Plastic People" has lots of heavy riffs, sudden breaks and lengthy solos. The riffs and melodies are quiet catchy and the musicians has their technical abilities. In the closer "Day of Wrath" fuse the groups special hard rock with slightly influences of blues rock. Originally released in 1971 Dull Knifes album "Electric Indian" was recorded by famous engineer Dieter Dierks. The Freeman brothers told us that "the album had some good moments of Hendrixy cum Cream like heaviness". Lead singer and keyboard player Gottfried Janko later joined Jane and is featured on there "Lady" album.


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