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Brainticket

The obscure past due-’60s/early-’70s experimental/Krautrock outfit Brainticket originally formed in 1968, comprising members from Swiss, German, and Italian descent. Although users came and proceeded to go throughout their tenure collectively, their most well-known lineup contains Joel Vandroogenbroeck (body organ, flute), Ron Bryer (acoustic guitar), Werni Frohlich (bass), Coismo Lampis (drums), Wolfgang Paap (tabla), Dawn Muir (vocals), and Hellmuth Kolbe (potentiometers, generators, and sound files). The multi-member music group released a trio of albums in the first ’70s — 1971’s Cottonwoodhill, 1972’s Psychonaut, and 1974’s Celestial Sea — before disbanding. Brainticket resurfaced in the first ’80s with a set of albums, Experience and Voyage, but quickly disappeared once again. The past due ’90s noticed Brainticket’s difficult to find 1st two albums reissued on Compact disc.

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