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Album Review

Popol Vuh's 1991 release comes as a positive celebration of world music, guided by the sure hand of Florian Fricke. Among those recruited for the journey is Renate Knaup-Aschauer, who provides celebratory vocals for music that shifts, sometimes giddily, from Africa to Ireland to South America. Never static, never uninteresting, For You and Me provides a strong statement for diversity within the Popol Vuh catalog. [SPV Recordings reissued the album in 2006, including the bonus track "Om Mani Padme Hum 3 (Piano Version)."]

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Formed: 1969 in Munich, Germany

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Of the many now-legendary artists to emerge from the Krautrock movement, few anticipated the rise of modern electronic music with the same prescience as Popol Vuh -- the first German band to employ a Moog synthesizer, their work not only anticipated the emergence of ambient, but also proved pioneering in its absorption of worldbeat textures. At much the same time Popol Vuh was formed in Munich in 1969, another group of Norwegian descent adopted the same name, an endless source of confusion in the...
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