Amon Düül II
Amon Düül II, often considered seminal in the creation of the German rock music scene, is a rock band founded by members Chris Karrer, Dieter Serfas, Falk Rogner, John Weinzierl, and Renate Knaup. The group was formed shortly after its members met at the Amon Düül art commune in Munich. In 1969 they released their first album Phallus Dei, which consisted of the group’s live set recordings. The group tours widely throughout Germany and abroad. In November 2006, Amon Düül II's drummer tragically died.
Amon Düül II is featured in The Music Edition, Guest Editor, Jonathan Galkin / DFA