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Got A Bone Of My Own - Night Sun - Mournin (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. That's the song that makes this album groundbreaking, but the majority of the rest of the album is up there with the best of early 70's heavy metal. "Got a Bone of My Own" begins with a three minute long dark and haunting ambient section that rivals the brooding atmosphere of Black Sabbath's self-titled song, before raining down gargantuan doom.
  2. Mournin', their only and debut album, ranks itself as an excellent example of proto-metal, having particularly gone far beyond in originality matters if compared to bands like Lucifer's Friend. Sadly, Night Sun history is quite documented and the band only lasted for .
  3. out of 5 stars Night Sun Reviewed in the United States on May 20, I was in a heavy metal band "CIrith Ungol" for 22 years and these guys were one of my favorite bands and influences.5/5(3).
  4. Night Sun - Got a Bone Of My Own () from album 'Mournin' Virus - Old Time Movie () from album 'Thoughts' Conny Plank is credited as engineer on their album, "Mournin'", Felke also played on the Christian Kolonovits LP "Life Is Just A Carnival" I used on the Austrian Vol The album is a strong set of groovy heavy prog.
  5. Largely undocumented, the history of NIGHT SUN come out of the melting pot of bands from the Mannheim area, interconnected with the likes of Kin Ping Meh and Twenty Sixty Six And musicians passed through the band during their three year existence, including ex-British army servicemen based in Germany. Not surprisingly, NIGHT SUN had a very British heavy style, with .
  6. Night Sun's origins lay in the late's jazz band Take Five who were popular in the Rhine Neckar Area of Germany. Night Sun were a German heavy prog/metal band consisting of Bruno Schaab (vocals, bass), Walter Kirchgassner (guitar), Knut Roessler (organ, piano, trumpet, bassoon) and Ulrich Staudt (drums). Their only album, Mournin', was released in on Polydor's Zebra label. Schaab's.
  7. Story The origins of the Night Sun were in the jazz band Take Five, which was popular in the Rhine Neckar region of Germany. Night Sun Mournin' soon shortened their name to Night Sun, during which they underwent several training changes until the recording of Mournin' LP. Night Sun had only a moderate local success, and after Kirchgessner left in , the band split in
  8. Night Sun biography Formed in Mannheim, Heidelberg, Germany in - Disbanded in Yet another amazing discovery in the realms of unheralded heaviness from the '70s. Krautrockers NIGHT SUN released this, their only album, back in , and probably the only heavier sounds produced on earth that year were produced by BLACK SABBATH.

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