Nektar’s debut album Journey To The Centre Of The Eye is an astral travelogue of cosmic proportions. Recorded in 1971, this German import on Bellaphon Records is a lost classic of Krautrock, and a must-have for fans of space rock and prog.
Featuring the original lineup of Roye Albrighton on vocals and guitar, Allan Freeman on keyboards, Derek “Mo” Moore on bass, and Ron Howden on drums, Journey To The Centre Of The Eye is a concept album inspired by the work of writer H.P. Lovecraft. It’s a journey through time and space, taking the listener on a trip to the center of the universe.
Journey To The Centre Of The Eye is a timeless classic of Krautrock that belongs in every serious music collection. If you’re a fan of space rock or prog, this album is a must-have.
2. Astronaut’s Nightmare
4. The Nine Lifeless Daughters Of The Sun
5. Warp Oversight
6. The Dream Nebula Part I1. The Dream Nebula Part II
7. It’s All In The Mind
8. Burn Out My Eyes
9. Void Of Vision
10. Pupil Of The Eye
11. Look Inside Yourself
12. Death Of The Mind