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PANBERS

PANBERS

Tytuł:Panbers Indonesian City Sound :

Panbers' Psychedelic Rock and Funk 1971-1974 

Wytwórnia:Elevation Records

Rok: 1971-74/RM

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Panbers Indonesian City Sound : Panbers' Psychedelic Rock and Funk 1971-1974 

 

Tracklist
1-1 Rock and the Sea
1-2 Mr. Blo'on = Mr. Stupid
1-3 Come On You Dance
1-4 Jakarta City Sound
1-5 Colour of Your Heart
1-6 Indonesia My Lovely Country
1-7 Farewell
1-8 Haai
1-9 Let Us Dance Together
1-10 Kampung Halaman = Home Town
1-11 Jangan Kau Tanya = Don't Ask
1-12 Mengapa Begini = Why This

1-13 Bye Bye 

 

Musicians

Drums, Vocals – Asido Panjaitan

Electric Guitar, Vocals – Benny Pandjaitan, Hans Panjaitan

Keyboards, Bass, Vocals – Doan Panjaitan

 

(Direct from Indonesia) Long-awaited compilation of hard-rocking, psychedelic songs from Indonesia's premiere rock outfit Panbers (Pandjaitan Bersaudara) culled from their most fertile years with Mesra Dimita Records. For those uninitiated on the glory Panbers, consider this compilation an introduction to some of earliest and heaviest rock sound to come out of Indonesia. The Pandjaitan Brothers or Panbers came from the North Sumatra minority Christian group, the Bataks, whose ancestry traces back to an island at the center of Lake Toba. As a minority group within Indonesia's Muslim-dominated society, this ethnic minority has produced top military generals, celebrity lawyers, and a legion of pop and rock superstars. Suffice to say, some of the biggest names in the country's pop history were Bataks. Panbers fit the bill perfectly. The band's strong Christianity belief looms heavily in the music they produce. The prominent use of the Hammond organ in their early materials is evocative of church music the band members have been around in their whole life. Bandleader Benny Pandjaitan's fills his characteristic wail with existential dread, with many utterances of the word "mengapa" (why). Guilt is another central theme Pandjaitan repeatedly comes back to in his lyrics. But they balance it with joy, on songs such as "Come on You Dance" "Let's Dance Together" or "Haai" (a play on the word high), where references to recreational substances are plentiful. Although they modeled themselves after the era's rock bands Beatles and fellow countrymen Koes Plus, Panbers had a unique aversion to the electric guitar. In "Jakarta City Sound," a fiery three-note guitar solo is laid so far down in the mix that they are barely audible. In "Haai" they modify the guitar to sound like a jungle instrument playing traditional North Sumatran music. In "Rock and the Sea," arguably their most well-known song globally, they decided to ditch electric guitar altogether and replace it with a sitar. In the absence of an electric guitar, Panbers had to rely on Doan's inventive bass playing and Asido's drum works to do the heavy lifting - and boy, do they deliver (Their 1971 debut "Volume 1" saw plenty of drum breaks). In this compilation, listeners will hear recordings from Panbers' fertile four-year period - a time that produced in some of the grooviest and hardest-sounding psychedelic music in Indonesia's rock history. For those uninitiated on the glory Panbers, consider this compilation an introduction to some of earliest and heaviest rock sound to come out of Indonesia.

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