This makes some sense in that the band name is essentially the same as that of the first album. https://hu.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Amon_Düül_II&oldid=21732805, Creative Commons Nevezd meg!

Personelle Veränderungen und Verbindungen zu anderen Bands waren in den frühen 1970er Jahren zahlreich: Chris Karrer und Lothar Meid waren immer wieder bei Embryo beschäftigt, im Gegenzug war Christian Burchard unter anderem auf Phallus Dei zu hören, Renate Knaup arbeitete mit Florian Fricke, dessen späterer Popol Vuh-Kollege Daniel Fichelscher sprang bei Amon Düül für Peter Leopold am Schlagzeug ein, Bassist Lothar Meid arbeitete mit Klaus Doldinger, sein Vorgänger Dave Anderson wechselte später zu Hawkwind, es gab eine Tournee mit Can, für Renate Knaup war vorübergehend Jutta Weinhold am Gesang zu hören, die zuvor bei den Musicals Hair und Jesus Christ Superstar mitgewirkt hatte. The commune had a liberal attitude to artistic freedom, valuing enthusiasm and attitude over artistic ability, and as a result, band membership was fluid; anyone who was part of the commune could be part of the group. However, I can't find any evidence for this, nor any cites about what "Düül" actually means. Later, the commune would add Bauer's sister Ella, Helge and Angelika Filanda, Uschi Obermeier, Wolfgang Krischke, Falk Rogner and Renate Knaup.

Az együttesre jellemző volt a kísérletezés. Amon Düül II was born of an artistic and political community’s scission called Amon Düül (who recorded during the late sixties a long live session made around collective and free musical improvisations). Got a question about Die Lösung - there's some ambiguity as to whether it's by Amon Düül UK or Amon Düül II.--h i s s p a c e r e s e a r c h 15:33, 5 March 2008 (UTC) Definitely looks like an Amon Düül UK rather than Amon Düül II album. Yeti est à l'origine un double album. The group is generally considered to be one of the pioneers of the West German krautrock scene. Ebenfalls in den 1980er Jahren versuchte John Weinzierl in England mit Musikern aus Wales den Mythos Amon Düül für eine eigene Band zu nutzen und veröffentlichte als Amon Düül (UK) zwischen 1982 und 1989 immerhin fünf Alben, aber auch er konnte nicht an die Kreativität, geschweige denn den Erfolg der Amon Düül früherer Jahre heranreichen.

Do I win a prize, maybe a sticker in the shape of a golden star. [3], Led by Ulrich Leopold, Amon Düül included Ulrich's brother Peter Leopold (15 August 1945 - 8 November 2006), together with Austrian Rainer Bauer and Chris Karrer on guitars. Their 1970 album Yeti was described by British magazine The Wire as "one of … Can we remove all the fuzzy POV nonsense from this page? No Turkish dudes involved. We played universities, academies, underground clubs, and every hall with a power socket and an audience". --HisSpaceResearch 01:42, 29 October 2006 (UTC), Yes, Amon Düül and Amon Düül II are radically different bands, both in sound and personnel. Hosszú pályafutásuk alatt többen megfordultak a zenekarban. But no sources available are fullíy reliable, unfortunately. I'll try to find the correct reference. Recordings were made by the other members but were of very poor quality and were only released later (under the name Amon Düül) to capitalise on the success of Amon Düül II's albums. [9] The name 'Amon Düül' was trademarked by Chris Karrer and Peter Leopold of Amon Düül II, meaning that re-issues of Amon Düül's albums required to license the name from them. Le morceau Yeti, un instrumental, prenait une face à lui seul.

--83.70.241.121 14:18, 3 April 2007 (UTC), A reference to the origin of the name can be found in the (German) sleeve notes to a compilation album released on the Ohr label in the early 70s: this was either 'Ohrenschmaus' or 'Mittens ins Ohr', both of which featured tracks by Amon Duul.