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Klaus Schulze


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4.22 | 308 ratings

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4 stars I can't really agree with my dear colleagues on this one, it's not the "quintessence" of Schulze's analog synth music. Off course it announces the deep synthesised soundscapes of the famous records to come but none of the two compositions offered in "Timewind" reach the top of creativity delivered in the sublime "Mirage". However I recognize that this album remains an exciting "meditative" voyage with vast & inventive electronic waves. Both tracks conjugate bizarre tonalities with mysterious, "cosmic" sound like synth sequences. "Bayreuth Return" is a long floating piece which progressively penetrates the psyche and elements of our subconscious. The simplistic, atmospheric and efficient melodic lines break down the straight frontiers of "conductive" time. "Wahnfried 1883" is almost developed in the same structure. It first starts with indistinct, confused sounds then the serene and flowing abstract synth passages progressively rises from the obscurity. An impressive work!!!
philippe | 4/5 |


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