Coming out of the boiling Munich scene of the '60s that also yielded the original Amon Düül, Siloah is one of the best kept secrets of the krautrock genre. The band featured Thom Argauer, Manuela von Perfall, Heinrich ‘Tiny' Stricker and Wolfgang Görner plus a host of frequent guests. Everybody was free to join and play at any time, guest members often joining from the Baumstassen commune which the band was living before they eventually moved to an abandoned farm on the outskirts of town. Their eponymous debut is a trippy acid psych masterpiece recorded in 1970 and privately issued on German Blues and Undergrund. It exhibits a strong US West Coast psychedelia influence and has a lovely acoustic approach. It's sound is free, full of improvisation and underlined with a charming amateurish feel. Siloah will appeal to lovers of free spirits like Amon Düül, Kalacakra and even Música Dispersa. Analogue lacquer cut direct from the original master tapes. Faithful reproduction of the original glossy laminated sleeve and original artwork. Includes two bonus tracks and insert with photos and liner notes.