On closer examination notice that this German production featured N-H O. Pedersen, the famous Danish jazz bassist (who wrote one of the tracks as well), and who went on to incredible fame in the serious jazz world. Music is by Botschinsky and American Ray Pitts, who moved to Denmark and played there. For me, Pitts' last track is the highlight, showing true modern compositional skills with chromatic and quasi-atonal figures similar to the long track on famed French progmeisters Vortex's work, Les Cycles de Thanatos, although admittedly one must must first have to endure the bouncy introductory passage:
This track is called Three / Deep Six. Isn't it a beauty?
It's an album or perhaps rip wherein one must be cautious with application of the fast forward button: the Pitts track called Circus connected to its next is remarkable, the next not so, while the Ballad following a pedestrian Lonely People is equally beautiful. A surprisingly unknown find from my friend.