Christoph "Chris" Karrer (born 20 January 1947, Kempten, Germany) is a German guitarist and composer. He also plays oud, saxophone and violin. He is known as co-founder of Amon Düül (later participating in the related and much more commercially successful project Amon Düül II) and for his collaboration with Embryo. With his band [1 ] Amon Düül II he composed film music for Rainer Werner Fassbinder's and Niklashauser Fart Hans-Jürgen Syberberg's film ( San Domingo Deutscher Filmpreis 1971 for film music).
Karrer was born in
Kempten in Bavaria.
Discography [ edit ]
Collaborations [ edit ]
Missus Beastly (LP 1970) with Missus Beastly
Patchwork (CD 1999) with M.T. Wizzard
Dunarobba (LP 2000) with Militia
Temporale (CD 2005) with Alhambra
Fitzcarraldo (CD 2005) with
Popol Vuh Portrait (2009) with
Uli Trepte PSY (2008) with
References [ edit ]
^ Freeman, Steve; Alan Freeman (1996). The crack in the cosmic egg: encyclopedia of Krautrock, Kosmische musik & other progressive, experimental & electronic musics from Germany. Audion. p. 112. ISBN 978-0-9529506-0-8.
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