Vita Nova - Vita Nova.1971 ( Full Album ) .wmv





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VITA NOVA's one and only recording is a fantastic album full of high quality progressive tendencies and originality. The original and interesting feature of this band was the original use of the Hohner Clavinet (pre moog synth) and considering the country of origin sing in Latin. The band was trio of Eddy Marron (vocals, bass and Turkish zaz), Sylvester Levay (keys, percussion) and Christian von Hoffmann (drums, percussion). Musically these guys were fantastic with some killer guitar, bass, keyboard and drum work. Their music is full of energy and full of progressive time signature changes and instrumental prowess. Overall a great album and one of the true treasures of the 70's German underground. Highly recommended.

This record is something unic in the history of the progressive stile the 70 is. Latin language protest lyrics , against the agressive kind of thinking and politics. The music must be heard couse its not compareble. Spirit with deep contents and great musical performance. You can only say : AWAU
( from progarchives )

Studio Album, released in 1971

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Quomodo manet
2. Vita Nova inventions
3. Whirl wind
4. Istanbul
5. Sylvester
6. Wildman
7. Inventions finale
8. Heva-cleva
9. Adoramus
10. Sunt alteri
11. Adoramus finale
12. Tempus Est
Bonus tracks on cd release:
13. Lacrimosa
14. Olymp 99

Line-up / Musicians

- Eddy Marron / all guitars, solo vocals
- Sylvester Levay / vocals, vintage keyboards, Hohner clavinet, hybrid harpsichord
- Christian Von Hoffman / drums, vocals

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