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Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

3.56 | 23 ratings

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4 stars I discovered this album about ten years ago while sifting through the rubbish music that became available to me when my wife ordered an Amazon Prime subscription. I had heard of Klaus Schulze through this site, but never heard his music. Mike Shrieve was in Santana and another favorite Automatic Man but that's all I knew. I had no idea the sounds contained within.

This is the album that persuaded me to explore progressive electronic. The sequencers on the first track blend with the percussion to mesmerize the listener in a haze of clarity. The second tracks adds mightily to the atmosphere, the third track is a tour de force of electro and modern rock, and the last lovely track tidies it all up. I'm no expert but to me this is an excellent electro album that showcases the strengths of each artist. 4.5 stars

I haven't found much else that comes for "free" with the Prime membership, but Peter Bardens later solo albums are on there and another called "Water Music" by former Mott the Hoople member Morgan Fisher

WFV | 4/5 |


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