Warning: unlink(/home/adddocom/public_html/s2c/popflock/yts/search/1/Pilz__record_label_.json): No such file or directory in /home/adddocom/public_html/s2/lib/mpr.php on line 691
Pilz (record Label) Resource | Learn About, Share and Discuss Pilz (record Label) At Popflock.com




Pilz (record Label)
Get Pilz Record Label essential facts below, , or join the Pilz Record Label discussion. Add Pilz Record Label to your PopFlock.com topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.
Pilz Record Label
Pilz
Parent companyBASF
Founded1971
StatusInactive
GenreVarious/cosmic/folk
Country of originGermany

Pilz (German for 'mushroom') was a German record label, set up in Berlin in 1971 by German music mogul Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser, who also established the label Ohr.

History

Pilz was a sublabel of BASF, a major record company in Germany at that time. A number of artists who released records on Pilz, such as Witthuser & Westrupp, also put out music on Ohr and/or Cosmic Couriers, another of Kaiser's record labels.

The label's logo was a mushroom, found on the sleeves and on the labels of the records. In all, there were 20 albums and 7 singles released on Pilz. Most were psychedelic or cosmic rock with folk influences. Lyrics/vocals were sometimes in German, although some of the albums were purely instrumental.

Popol Vuh are probably the best known of Pilz artists, having released numerous albums during their career, including several film scores, many of them highly regarded by critics and fans. 'In Der Garten Pharoas' is considered a classic by many. Wallenstein had some success during the 70s and in more recent years with reissues, while Witthuser & Westrupp's albums remain cult favourites. Popol Vuh's 'Hosianna Mantra' was the final release before the label folded in 1972. 'Hosianna Mantra' has been covered in its entirety by Kawabata Makoto of Acid Mothers Temple.

Discography

  • Catalog number - Artist, Title, Year
Albums
  • 15 21114-2 - Various Artists, Heavy Christmas, 1971
  • 20 20114-7 - Dies Irae, First, 1971
  • 20 21088-2 - Flute & Voice, Imaginations of Light, 1971
  • 20 21090-1 - Joy Unlimited, Schmetterlinge, 1971
  • 20 21095-2 - Ardo Dombec, Ardo Dombec , 1971
  • 20 21098-7 - Witthüser & Westrupp, Der Jesuspilz - Musik vom Evangelium, 1971
  • 20 21099-5 - Rufus Zuphall, Phallobst, 1971
  • 20 21100-2 - Bröselmaschine, Bröselmaschine, 1971
  • 20 21102-9 - Virus, Thoughts, 1971
  • 20 21103-7 - McChurch Soundroom, Delusion, 1971
  • 20 21276-9 - Popol Vuh, In den Gärten Pharaos , 1971
  • 20 21314-5 - Hölderlin, Hölderlins Traum, 1972
  • 20 29064-6 - Wallenstein, Blitzkrieg, 1972
  • 20 29077-8 - Emtidi, Saat, 1972
  • 20 29097-2 - Anima, Anima, 1972
  • 20 29113-8 - Wallenstein, Mother Universe, 1972
  • 20 29115-4 - Witthüser & Westrupp, Bauer Plath, 1972
  • 20 29116-2 - Various Artists, Rapunzel - Neue Deutsche Volksmusik, 1972
  • 20 29131-6 - Jerry Berkers, Unterwegs, 1972
  • 20 29143-1 - Popol Vuh, Hosianna Mantra, 1972
Singles
  • 05 10147-3 - Elga, Cajun Man / Streets of London, 1971
  • 05 11101-0 - Virus, King Heroin / Take Your Thoughts, 1971
  • 05 11106-1 - Dies Irae, Lucifer / Tired, 1971
  • 05 19041-7 - Witthüser & Westrupp, Die Erleuchtung / Die Aussendung, 1971
  • 05 11556-3 - Joy Unlimited, Early Morning Moanin' / Proud Angelina, 1972
  • 05 19128-6 - Jerry Berkers, Na na na chu chu chu / Es wird morgen vorbei sein, 1972
  • 05 19134-0 - Witthüser & Westrupp, Bauer Plath / Das Lied der Liebe, 1972

See also

Further reading

External links


  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

Pilz_(record_label)
 



 



 
Music Scenes