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Who's That Man : A Tribute To Conny Plank (2012, original release: 2012)
(Music CD)

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Published: [Berlin, Germany?] : Grönland, [2012] ℗2012
Description:  4 audio discs : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN/ISSN: 5060238631006,
Language:  English


A 4-CD collection of selections from the body work by the German music producer Conny Plank, including 1 compact disc containing contemporary artists' remixes and reworks of the original 24-track magnetic tapes in the Plank archives and 1 compact disc containing a live 1986 recording of Plank, Möbius and Steffen in concert in Mexico

Title from set container

Accompanying booklet includes brief essays and remembrances of Conny Plank

Various musicians



Hörprobe Broken head Signal Le sinistre Feuerland Silver cloud Let's have a party Conditionierer Farmer Gabriel Pitch control Alles ist gut Leb wohl! CD1. (1983) -- (1978) -- (1981) -- (1981) -- (1977) -- (1976) -- (1980) -- (1981) -- (1983) -- (1983) -- (1981) -- (1975)

Drops Regenmacher Eleanor Rigby Negativland Security idiots Was ziehst du an heute nacht Automatic Fritz Müller traum Conny Plank Deutsches Weihnachts potpourri CD2. (1972) -- (1978) -- (1976) -- (1972) -- (1980) -- (1981) -- (1995) -- (1977) -- (1999) -- (1973)

Infiltration (Walls remix) Broken head (automat rework) Feuerland (Justus Köhncke remix) Doze (Günther Lause rework) Farmer Gabriel (Edwards desert remix) Conditionierer (Fujiya & Miyagi remix) Für immer (eye remix) Doze (crato remix) Conny Plank (rework by Jens-Uwe-Beyer) CD3.

Live in Mexico 1986 Der berg ruft -- Mecanismo Latino -- Search zero -- European news -- Music in bungalows -- Breve chaos -- Edelweiss -- Pequenas bruchas -- Solarplexus -- Ba ba -- Black sample -- Point the bone -- Taras bulba -- Somewhere CD4. Introduction -- Introduction of the band --



(Arno Steffen) (Eno, Moebius, Roedelius) (Phew) (Eurythmics) (Michael Rother) (La Düsseldorf) (Psychotic Tanks) (Moebuis & Plank) (Moebius/Plank/Thompson) (Moebius/Plank/Neumeier) (D.A.F.) (NEU!)

(Ibliss) (Roedelius) (Streetmark) (NEU!) (Psychotic Tanks) (D.A.F.) (Moebius & Plank) (Fritz Müller) (Blue Point Underground) (Konrad Plank)

(Moebius & Plank) -- (Eno, Moebius, Roedelius) -- (Michael Rother) -- (Phew) -- (Moebius, Plank, Thompson) -- (Moebius, Plank) -- (NEU!) -- (Phew) --

(Möbius/Plank/Steffen).

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Someone worth knowing!


Plank is one of those people you've never heard of, but whose influence is everywhere.  He's best known as the producer/engineer for many classic "krautrock" bands in '70s Germany (Kraftwerk, Neu!, Cluster, etc.), but also worked on albums by Eurythmics, Devo and Ultravox.  Brian Eno approached Plank to produce U2, but Plank decided he couldn't work with Bono and turned the project down.  CDs 1-2 are a nice sampler of his production/engineering work (although it's a shame that Kraftwerk and a few other bands aren't included).  CD 3 has some poorly-recorded but ultimately compelling live material with collaborators Dieter Moebius (of Cluster) and Arno Steffan.  CD 4 is remixes/reworks, a few of which work well (especially "Broken Head"), the rest of which are pretty forgettable.
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