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Klaus Schulze


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4.22 | 287 ratings

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5 stars Timewind is the followup to Picture Music and clearly shows this new synth direction that was already obviously shown on Picture Music. This just takes it to the next level. "Bayreuth Returns", for example, is very much dominated by sequencers, and isn't too different from Tangerine Dream's Ricochet (which Ricochet was actually released after Timewind). Unlike Tangerine Dream though, Schulze loved cramming 30 minutes on to one side of the disc, and it shows here. "Wahnfried 1993" is much more calm, without the use of sequencers, and is in fact more in tune with his 1977 album Mirage, so I obviously recommend Mirage if you like what Schulze did on "Wahnfried 1883". The album was dedicated to Richard Wagner, apparently a big influence on Schulze. Nothing short of essential, as far as I'm concerned.
Progfan97402 | 5/5 |


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