AAMOK, Deutsches Weihnachts-Potpourri, 1973

LIN-S-1926-frontLIN-S-1926-1LIN-S-1926-2Aamok was basically producer Conny Plank´s own Novelty/Krautrock-project. Plank himself even did the drawing of  an evil Santa, complete with bloody knife, gun and what looks like a corpse hanging from his bag. But Aaamok was also a short-lived Krautrock label, operated by Conny Plank and Wilken F. Müller, that never really took off. This promotional Holiday record was one of the few items that were published, that actually carried the name Aamok.

The proto-punk Christmas song Deutsches Weihnachts-Potpourri (German Christmas medley) sounds like it could have been released by Mad magazine….

AAMOK, Deutsches Weihnachts-Potpourri, 1973

Wilken F. Müller created the silence…

AAMOK, Silence In The Night, 1973

 


One Comment on “AAMOK, Deutsches Weihnachts-Potpourri, 1973”

  1. TiHill says:

    HAHA, thanks for uploading this sir! That’s exactly what I’m looking for over the years for Xmas!


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