Nine Days’ Wonder

Nine Days’ Wonder were a German art-rock/jazz-rock band that released four albums on Bacillus between 1971 and 1976.

Members: Walter Seyffer (vocals, drums, percussion), Rolf Henning (guitar), Karl Mutschlechner (bass), John Earle (vocals, saxophone, flute, guitar), Martin Roscoe (drums), Hans Frauenschuh (guitar), Michael Bundt (bass), Freddie Münster (saxophone, keyboards), Hyazintus [Karl-Heinz Weiler] (drums), Sidharta Gautama (drums), Steve Robinson (keyboards), Rainer Saam (bass), Bernd Unger (guitar, vocals), Peter Oehler (guitar, vocals)


Background

Nine Days’ Wonder had its roots in The Graves, a Mannheim beat group formed in 1966 by singer Walter Seyffer (b. 1950).


Nine Days’ Wonder

Nine Days’ Wonder released their self-titled debut album in 1971 on Bacillus.

Maternal Joy – “Ticket to the Northpole”/ “Fat

Medusa – “Get Up Man” / “Going Back”


We Never Lost Control

Nine Days’ Wonder released their second album, We Never Lost Control, in 1973 on Bacillus.


Only the Dancers

Nine Days’ Wonder released their third album, Only the Dancers, in 1975 on Bacillus.


Sonnet to Billy Frost

Nine Days’ Wonder released their fourth album, Sonnet to Billy Frost, in 1976 on Bacillus.


Discography:

  • Nine Days’ Wonder (1971)
  • We Never Lost Control (1973)
  • Only the Dancers (1975)
  • Sonnet to Billy Frost (1976)

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