Kin Ping Meh - Kin Ping Meh (1972) Polydor/5329869 - DE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

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Kin Ping Meh - Kin Ping Meh (1972) Polydor/5329869 - DE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Kin Ping Meh - Kin Ping Meh
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Lacquer Cut At Optimal Media Production By Heino Leja
Label: Polydor/5329869 | Released: 1972 | This Issue: 2010 | Genre: Heavy-Progressive


A1 Fairy-Tales 9:49
A2 Sometime 5:46
A3 Don’t You Know 7:14

B1 Too Many People (Live) 4:59
B2 Drugson’s Trip 5:50
B3 My Dove 3:34
B4 Everything 5:12
B5 My Future 2:42


Companies, etc.
Record Company – Deutsche Grammophon
Produced For – Polydor Records
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music Domestic Rock/Urban
Copyright © – Universal Music Domestic Rock/Urban
Pressed By – Optimal Media Production – BA10762
Printed By – Gerhard Kaiser GmbH
Recorded At – Windrose-Dumont-Time Studios
Mixed At – Star Studio Hamburg
Lacquer Cut At – Optimal Media Production – BA10762
Credits
Arranged By – Kin Ping Meh
Bass, Vocals – Torsten Herzog
Drums, Percussion – Kalle Weber
Engineer – Conny Plank
Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica [Mouth Organ] – Willie Wagner
Lacquer Cut By – HL (2)
Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Werner Stephan
Organ, Piano, Electric Piano, Mellotron [400], Vocals – Frieder Schmitt*
Producer [Produced By] – Gorilla Musik
Notes
Premium Audiophile Pressing
Incl. MP3 Download Voucher Of The Album

On rear sleeve:
℗ 1972 Universal Music Domestic Rock/Urban, a division of Universal Music GmbH
© 2010 Universal Music Domestic Rock/Urban, a division of Universal Music GmbH
Made in the EU
Printed in Germany

On center labels:
Deutsche Grammophon
Made in Germany
5329869

On spine:
06007 5329869 5

Frieder Schmitt is credited for writing on track B3 on back cover.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode (Sticker on plastic sleeve): 0 600753 298695
Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): BA10762-01 A1 HL
Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): BA10762-01 B1 HL
Rights Society: GEMA


Kin Ping Meh - Kin Ping Meh (1972) Polydor/5329869 - DE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Kin Ping Meh - Kin Ping Meh (1972) Polydor/5329869 - DE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Kin Ping Meh - Kin Ping Meh (1972) Polydor/5329869 - DE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz



Cleaning: RCM Moth MkII Pro Vinyl
Direct Drive Turntable: Technics SL-1200MK2 Quartz
Cartridge: SHURE M97xE With JICO SAS Stylus
Amplifier: Marantz 2252
ADC: E-MU 0404
DeClick with iZotope RX5: Only Manual (Click per click)
Vinyl Condition: Sealed
This LP: With the gentle sponsorship from wajorama (His suggest), ¡miles de gracias!
LP Rip & Full Scan LP Cover: Fran Solo
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Soul is dead’, stated Embryo on it’s debut album in 1970. Yet fellow Germans Kin Ping Meh might have proved them wrong with their pleasant eclectic rock debut. The band has a well produced and professional sound that is actually very English. On their debut Kin Ping Meh plays a mix of styles, which makes it an interesting album to listen to for the seventies rock/psych fan. Double heavy rock guitars, perfect Hammond sound, soulful approach on some tracks and some winks towards symphonic and psychedelic rock. The artwork looks great on my vinyl reprint.

‘Fairy-tales’, ‘Don’t you know’ and ‘Everything’ are typical heavy rock tracks reminding me a bit of Uriah Heep and the like. Riff-based rock with organ runs and expressive vocals. Yet in combination with the other tracks everything works pretty well. ‘Sometime’ is a great minor blues track (got to love those guitars), ‘Too Many People’ is a nice bluesy soul track with a ‘get together and sing along feel’, Drugson’s Trip has some nice space rock moments, whilst ‘My Dove’ a nice melodic symphonic track (mellotron alert) that reminds me of the best of Barclay James Harvest. My favorite is still the last track ‘My future’, a brilliant acoustic soultrack with perfect hippie vibes. It reminds me a bit of the never ending pleasure I get from a track like Canned Heat’s ‘Going up the Country’.

Conclusion. A typical product of it’s time, but just very good at it. Four stars and recommended to fans of eclectic seventies rock and people who like a bit of soul in their music.
Review by friso, progarchives.com
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