Kyrie Eleison

Kyrie Eleison were an Austrian symphonic-rock band that was active during the second half of the 1970s. The band released their singular album, The Fountain Beyond the Sunrise, in 1976 on self-press Merlin. A group of 1974/75 recordings were later released on the 74-minute CD The Blind Windows Suite. Keyboardist Gerald Krampl would head the band Indigo for three albums between 1984 and 1993.

Members: Gerald Krampl (keyboards, synthesizer, mellotron, backing vocals), Felix Rausch (guitar, 1974-?), Karl Novotny (drums, percussion, backing vocals, 1974-78), Wolfgang Wessely (vocals), Gerhard Frank (bass), Manfred Drapela (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, backing vocals, 1975-78), Michael Schubert (vocals, percussion, 1975-79), Norbert Morin (bass, bass pedals, acoustic guitar, 1975-79), Otti Singer (drums, 1978-79), Gerhard Eder (guitar, 1978-79)


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