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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

3.67 | 137 ratings

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5 stars Cyborg and Irlicht are the humus of the Schulze's universe, experimental and non figurative soundscapes. Only with organs and strings, all passed trough his morpher hands in the mixing board (as another musical instrument) Klaus give us an extatic story, about a organic machine, recording her breathe in a marriage with some kind of green soul. An evolution in a conception of life, unknow life, but, as the music, wispering life too. If in these times Tangerine Dream become more than a secuenced Dali's in acid soundscape , Schulze could be the Mark Ernst, avery record a mutation, ambient, symphonic or minimal, only become more physical in the begining of the 80's. In the version for Brain records, Klaus found the perfect artist for the image of the music, the painer Urs Urman, in collaboration (depending the released) till 1978. One of the must have it of avery collection.

Dellius | 5/5 |


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