Night works is actually Gila's second record, Bury my heart at Wounded Knee only the third, featuring tracks unknown up until now, which were recorded during a gig on 2 / 26 / 1972 with the band's first line-up. The recording quality does not meet today's expectations, but a lot of effort was invested to get rid of background hiss and other noises with the help of the most modern digital equipment. Nothing was changed, however, and listeners may forgive some flaws and imperfections as it was impossible to do more. The picture on the cover was painted by Conny Veit himself. The 32-page booklet contains an extremely elaborate history of the band in German, English and Swedish, a very meticulous discography and all sorts of photos of labels and covers, leaving nothing left to be desired.
Around midnight / Braintwist / Trampelpfad / Viva Arabica / The Gila symphony / Communication II / The needle
Conny Veit (g, voc), Fritz Scheyhing (key), Walter Wiederkehr (b),