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Ash Ra Tempel - Join Inn FLAC album

Performer: Ash Ra Tempel
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: Join Inn
Country: Germany
Released: 2011
Style: Krautrock, Prog Rock, Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 1776 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1461 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1346 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 705
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Ash Ra Tempel is the eponymous debut studio album by the Krautrock band Ash Ra Tempel. Engineered by Conny Plank, it was recorded in March 1971 and released in June 1971 on Ohr. "Amboss" – 19:40. Traummaschine" – 25:24. Manuel Göttsching - vocals, electric guitar, electronics. Hartmut Enke - bass guitar. Klaus Schulze - drums, percussion, electronics. CD Ash Ra Tempel Spalax Music 2001. CD Ash Ra Tempel Import 2002. Ash Ra Tempel Import 2002. CD First Japanese Import 2002.

Ash Ra Tempel was a German rock group active from 1970 to 1976, Manuel Göttsching's first prominent musical output. Ash Ra Tempel featured revolving members. Göttsching retired the use of the Ash Ra Tempel name after he became the sole remaining member. His first solo album Inventions for Electric Guitar was the last album to bear the Ash Ra Tempel name. Göttsching later began using the name Ashra for his solo output as an homage to his former group

Ash Ra Tempel's fourth LP marked something of a pause, a recap, especially after the surprising Seven Up (which featured Timothy Leary as a guest). The temporary return of Klaus Schulze also greatly contributes to this feeling of summation. The album features two side-long pieces that represent literally two sides of the band, the Krautrock and space music incarnations. Freak 'n' Roll" is a 19-minute hard-hitting jam, with Schulze bashing away behind the drums and Manuel Göttsching churning some mean guitar riffs while Harmut Enke ploughs heavy basslines.

Join Inn"" is the fourth Album by Ash Ra Tempel and was recorded in 1973 during sessions for Walter Wegmüller album ""Tarot"", on which all the musicians of Ash Ra Tempel were also involved.

Join Inn is the fourth album by Krautrock band Ash Ra Tempel. It was recorded at Studio Dierks by Dieter Dierks during breaks in the sessions for the Walter Wegmüller album Tarot album. It was originally released on LP by Ohr in Berlin, catalogue number OMM 556032. Each side of the LP comprises one long track. Join Inn marks the end of the collaboration with Klaus Schulze. However, together with Ash Ra Tempel, their eponymous first album, it is considered a highlight of the Krautrock movement.

Ash Ra Tempel are one of the most notable German Krautrock groups of the 1970s, and are a notable example of cosmic or space rock. The group was originally founded by guitarist Manuel Göttsching, keyboardist/drummer Klaus Schulze, and bassist Hartmut Enke in 1971. All three founding members had previously played together as part of the short-lived group Eruption founded by Conrad Schnitzler. Prior to that Schnitzler and Schulze had worked together in Tangerine Dream.

Is Join Inn the best album by Ash Ra Tempel? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Join Inn by Ash Ra Tempel (1973) Overall rank: 50,739th.


A Freak 'n' Roll 19:15
B Jenseits 24:18


Exact copy of the original first release on Ohr Label.
catalog# on the record: OMM 556.032

Blue Vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): ASH 001-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): ASH 001-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OMM 556.032, OMM 556032 Ash Ra Tempel Join Inn ‎(LP, Album) Ohr, Ohr OMM 556.032, OMM 556032 Germany 1973
14246 Ash Ra Tempel Join Inn ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP) Spalax, MSI 14246 France 1993
OMM 556032, OMM 556.032 Ash Ra Tempel Join Inn ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Ohr , Ohr OMM 556032, OMM 556.032 Europe 2017
OMM 556032 Ash Ra Tempel Join Inn ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) Ohr OMM 556032 Germany 2011
14246, EL 14246 Ash Ra Tempel Join Inn ‎(CD, Album, RE) Spalax, Spalax, MSI 14246, EL 14246 France 1991