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Novalis
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Germany
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German progressive rock band from Hamburg, formed in 1971 and active through to the mid-80s. Novalis took their name from the nom-de-plume of the 18th Century poet Karl Friedrich Von Hardenberg.
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Releases on file (9)
Steven Freeman and Alan Freeman — The Crack in the Cosmic Egg Steven Freeman and Alan Freeman — The Crack in the Cosmic Egg
(Audion ISBN 0-9529506-0-CDRO, 2007, CD-ROM)
Novalis — Augenblicke Novalis — Augenblicke
(MIG 00662 CD, 1980/2012, CD)
Novalis — Flossenengel Novalis — Flossenengel
(MIG 00652 CD, 1979/2012, CD)
Novalis — Vielleicht Bist Du Ein Clown? Novalis — Vielleicht Bist Du Ein Clown?
(Revisited Records SPV 49842 CD, 1978/2007, CD)
Novalis — Brandung Novalis — Brandung
(Repertoire PMS 7069-WP, 1977/1997, CD)
Novalis — Konzerte Novalis — Konzerte
(Revisited Records SPV 306032 CD, 1977/2008, CD)
Novalis — Sommerabend Novalis — Sommerabend
(Repertoire PMS 7079-WP, 1976/1998, CD)
Novalis — Novalis Novalis — Novalis
(Revisited Records SPV 49522 CD, 1975/2004, CD)
Novalis — Banished Bridge Novalis — Banished Bridge
(Repertoire PMS 7050-WP, 1973/2002, CD)

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2020-10-14
Audion Is Back in Business – Our esteemed colleague Alan Freeman has restarted Audion Magazine after a seven year hiatus. The new incarnation is available online on their Bandcamp site. Audion's history goes back to 1984, and included 58 issues up to 2013. Issue #59 is available now, and #60 is in the works. » Read more

2020-10-06
Romantic Warriors IV – Krautrock (Part 2) Is in the Works – Zeitgeist Media, the people who have brought us the great series of documentary films chronicling the history of progressive rock, are working on the second installment of their examination of German music. Krautrock 2 will focus on artists from Münich such as Guru Guru, Amon Düül II, Xhol Caravan, Kraan, Witthüser & Westrupp, and Popol Vuh. » Read more

2020-09-09
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2020-09-05
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2020-07-22
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