02. The Key
04. Schlüsselbein Overture
06. lad Zeppesch
- Herman Delago / guitar, organ, synthesizer, trumpet, vocal
- Markus Weiler / organ, E-E-piano, synthesizer
- Guntram Burt / bass, guitar, vocal
- Wolfgang Boeck / drums, turbular bells, timpani
A 2 cd reissue exis by Belle Antique, which I do not have.
The natural leader of the band was the multi instrumentalist and composer Herman Delago, (Guitar, Trumpet and Organ) formed at the Music Academy of Innsbruck. (Later he made Digeridoo albums and also formed part of AUSTRIA TRIO and VILLER SPATZEN plus some Jazz groups).
KLOCKWERK ORANGE was completed by Markus Weiler (Organ, E-E-piano, Synthesizer), Guntram Burt (Bass, Guitar, Vocal) and Wolfgang Boeck (Drums, Tubular Bells, Timpani).
Their only release was a 1975 LP called "Abracadabra" (Three epics album) which is pretty solid but lacks of some coherence, despite this fact the Hammond and Pipe Organ passages are brilliant (In the vein of Keith Emerson) the Trumpet is somehow reminiscent of Rein van den Broek from EKSEPTION but oriented to a more military sound. The percussion deserves a special mention because it's spectacular.
The vocals are rare and sometimes lost through long instrumental passages, not a must have but surely enjoyable for Symphonic fans, worth to give a listen.