Band of Confusion from Kirchardt, Germany, were probably the finest kraichgau underground psychedelic bluesrock band from the 80s.
The group was pretty much influenced by The Jimi Hendrix Experience and their line-up as a trio around singer and guitar wizzard Szandor Vincent Scharsich was quite similar. Though they never claimed to be a Hendrix tribute band, they often improvised on Hendrix tunes.
In 1986 the group released a demo tape with three live recordings. No tracks names were given on the tape. The first track is an improvisation on “The Thrill has gone“ and the Woodstock instrumental by Jimi Hendrix. The second track “Out of Space” became probably the signature track of the group. The third and final track is an untitled improvisation. The tape had a xeroxed cover with a collage from photos of the band members, that was also used for the cover of this reissue.
The recordings have been restored by 23rd Peter in 2016 and slightly improved for this release in 2022.