It was the important German producer Conny Plank who signed the band for Telefunken Records 1971, the first album "Legend" was released. Avant-garde classic rock, which many critics enthused:
"Classical, jazz and rock blend into a convincing sound" (Basler Zeitung), "Sound locks of discrete elegance and beauty" (Frankfurter Allgemeine), "One of the most interesting groups in Europe" (Melody Maker).
Consistently the musicians followed their course to the 2. and final album of 1973.
"BaRock" was a perfect blend of progressive folk, art rock and classical elements. The musicians had also looked for reinforcements for the recordings. The Aachener Zeitung (German daily paper) wrote after the release: "This is not only worth listening to music of the 70s, that's almost a chore to listen to. Here different influences merge into a warm convincing sound. "
Nevertheless, "BaRock became the final step of PARZIVAL. The band split! The musicians were spread in all directions. In 1977 Lothar Siems and Walter Quintus released the critically acclaimed rock opera "Der Führer" . Quintus is still successful working in the music business.