[KRAFTWERK] Tone Float
xcopy at club-internet.fr
Wed Nov 7 14:43:36 CET 2007
honestly, I am glad to have a boot of Tone Float but let's say it
right, it's not a landmark krautrock album in any case.
Td's output of the time, not to mension Kluster with a K and so on.
are more interesting than Tone Float.
but well, if I ever have a chance to grab a copy of the orginal LP
for let's say, less, than 100 Euro, I'll buy it.
Arnaud de Bonald - Paris France - WeBlog http://www.echo-on.org
----- Original Message ---------------
Subject: [KRAFTWERK] Tone Float
From: Matthew Dean <kraftwerk_za at yahoo.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2007 11:43:40 +0000 (GMT)
To: kraftwerk at activerecord.com
> Yeah, you got me there. On the one hand it's sad that Tone Float will probably
> never be released officially on CD (question - how do you now legally get the LP and then convert it to CD, when the LP is extremely rare - released on UK import but in Germany only, if I remember correctly?). On the other hand, it's not a very good album :-(
> Just wondering - besides Ralf and Florian, weren't there other Kraftwerk links? For
> example, there were 2 videos on Youtube, which are performances of Ruckzuck
> but by Organisation. Then of course the traffic cone on the back of the album...
> So now - who would have the rights to Tone Float? The bootleg (!) says "Rainbow
> Productions" but that could be the bootleggers. I heard RCA released it, produced it in the UK but only released it in Germany as a UK import - and then
> later deleted it? It would be a shame as it was surely among the first Conny Plank
> Let's hope Ralf and Florian get nostalgic in their old age and buy back + release
> all their albums - I'm still hanging on to the idea they may have bonus tracks.
> Surely they can't let great tracks like Rueckstoss Gondoliere or Kohoutek 1+2
> disappear off the face of the earth (besides bootleg CDs and LP conversions that
> is!) ...
>I guess Matt referred to the Organisation LP.
>It'll be great to hear that trilogy remastered, especially the song "KlingKlang" which for me, is something of a lost masterpiece.
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