Hammond Für Millionen is one of those damnable albums with one track that makes it indispensable while the rest is utterly dispensable. "Summertime" is heavy, nearly as hip as Michael Viner's "Apache" and other sampled breakbeat classics. No one may know about this one, and it may not be that useful really, but the beat is there, decades ahead of its time, providing ample support for the familiar melody on Hammond. The rest of the second side is easy-listening dreck, and the first side is in the unforgivable medley form. Consider it a big single -- the Wunderlich contribution to acid jazz.
AllMusic Review by Tony Wilds