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Klaus Schulze - Body Love (OST) CD (album) cover


Klaus Schulze


Progressive Electronic

3.96 | 111 ratings

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4 stars I wouldn't be that laudatory about this album as I was for the incredible "Timewind" (which was a masterpiece).

This album shows a more rhythmic music, as will produce TD some time later. Is the title of the opening number precursory? Needless to say that "Stardancer" has some dance feel, that's for sure. Even if the beat is still digestible. Still, it is not Klaus's facet that I prefer: just a good track, that's all.

I far much prefer the wonderful and tranquil mood available during the imposing "Blanche". It is all melody and purity. A cold ocean of fantasy and beauty. Klaus at his best (but he is often playing great music, isn't he?).

This song is a very elegant and spacey moment which is fully in line with the best of his works. I haven't seen the movie (since this album is a soundtrack for, let's say some "hot" moments, hence the title) but I can imagine some scenes going along with the music?I won't tell more to avoid some problems here (just kidding). A five star piece of music, for sure.

"PTO" is some sort of combination of both previous songs: spacey and ambient at times, while more upbeat during others. The whole being very well crafted, passionate and very strong indeed. A pleasant trip in space, for sure. The closing five minutes are a jewel of electronic moment; believe me! Sideral, exceptional. Well, I 'm afraid I am laudatory once more...

In terms of quality music, Klaus Schulze is certainly on par with the other giant of this category. TD of course (I can't prevent to link both careers). This "Body Love" is again a very good album which I rate with four stars.

ZowieZiggy | 4/5 |


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