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9 thoughts on “ Frumpy - Frumpy 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Frumpy 2 is considered the masterpiece of this early 70's German band. Just four long tracks (all but one over ten minutes long) dominated by the great keyboard playing of Frenchman Jean-Jacques Kravetz. Inga Rumpf's vocals are so rough that many may think it's a man singing! She is often considered "the German Janis Joplin"/5(21).
  2. 2: How The Gipsy Was Born: 3: Take Care Of Illusion: 4: Duty: * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR 3 Listed For Sale: frumpy 2.
  3. Nov 20,  · Frumpy 2 was the second album by the German progressive rock band Frumpy. It was released in The German press hailed them as the best .
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  5. Artist Release Name nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfo Label Format Year Country; Frumpy: Frumpy 2: Philips: LP, Album, Stereo, Germany: Frumpy: Attention! Frumpy 2:
  6. 2, an Album by Frumpy. Released in August on Philips (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock, Heavy Psych. Featured peformers: Carsten Bohn (drums), Inga Rumpf (vocals, percussion, acoustic guitar), Kravetz (keyboards), Karl-Heinz Schott (bass), Rainer Baumann (guitar), Rainer Goltermann (producer), Inga Rumpf (writer).
  7. If Frumpy had been British or American they would of been smothered with praise, but as so often happens with continental bands they were passed over in favor of lesser known bands. Frumpy featuring the absolutely amazing singing of Inga Rumf made exceptional studio albums (frumpy 2 is their best) but this live album with extended workouts is the best/5(9).
  8. Apr 29,  · "Only three years ago the group FRUMPY was founded, however it belongs already to pop's history today. Inga Rumpf, Carsten Bohn, Jean-Jacques Kravetz and Karl Heinz Schoff - .
  9. Frumpy 2, unsurprisingly their second album, features just four tracks, but all are soaring slabs of emotive guitar and keyboards, deeply progressive of course, but unquestionably pop as well. Even at a shade over ten minutes, "How the Gypsy Was Born" sounds like a hit single, while the churning Hammond organ brings Deep Purple to mind in full.

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