Wolfgang Flür

About Wolfgang Flür

Wolfgang Flür played electronic percussion in Kraftwerk during their most productive era, then departed for a solo career, first as Yamo and then under his own name, with more playful material than his former band. He joined Kraftwerk in 1973 and contributed to some of their most popular and influential albums, including Autobahn and The Man-Machine. Less active within the group during the 1980s, he left in 1987 and resurfaced a decade later with the Mouse on Mars-produced Time Pie, as Yamo. He occasionally performed or recorded with other acts, and he released Eloquence: Complete Works, his first album under his own name, in 2015. The collaboration-heavy Magazine 1 appeared in 2022.

Frankfurt, Germany
July 17, 1947
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