Moebius, Dieter

Moebius studied art in Brussels and Berlin and met there Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Conrad Schnitzler (Tangerine Dream). They founded a band Kluster in 1969. After the departure of Schnitzler, they changed their name to Cluster. Later Moebius and Roedelius founded the band Harmonia with Michael Rother (Neu!), which also collaborated with Brian Eno.

Dieter Moebius was involved into numerous projects with such musicians as Conny Plank, Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru).

Moebius, Dieter
Cosmic Couriers - Other Places

Artist: Cosmic Couriers (Dieter Moebius, Mani Neumeier, Jürgen Engler)
P: 1998

All tracks played live in one go in the Studio. The intense of the recording was to produce a music with deep atmosphere. It is a style of modern Krautrock with strange sounds, but rhythmic.
Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer [Sequential Circuits, Pro One] - Mani Neumeier
Mixed By - Chris Lietz
Music By - Moebius* , Engler* , Neumeier*
Producer - Lietz* , Moebius* , Engler* , Neumeier*
Recorded By - Chris Lietz
Synthesizer [Arp 2600, Korg Ps3100, Oberheim Sem Module, Roland Sh7], Guitar [Gibson Es 295] - Jurgen Engler*
Synthesizer [Korg Prophecy] - Dieter Moebius

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Cosmic Couriers - Other Places

Artist: Cosmic Couriers (Dieter Moebius, Mani Neumeier, Jürgen Engler)
P: 199
6

This is the Japan label version.
All tracks played live in one go in the Studio. The intense of the recording was to produce a music with deep atmosphere. It is a style of modern Krautrock with strange sounds, but rhythmic.
Drums, Percussion, Synthesizer [Sequential Circuits, Pro One] - Mani Neumeier
Mixed By - Chris Lietz
Music By - Moebius* , Engler* , Neumeier*
Producer - Lietz* , Moebius* , Engler* , Neumeier*
Recorded By - Chris Lietz
Synthesizer [Arp 2600, Korg Ps3100, Oberheim Sem Module, Roland Sh7], Guitar [Gibson Es 295] - Jurgen Engler*
Synthesizer [Korg Prophecy] - Dieter Moebius

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Eno, Moebius, Roedelius - After the Heat

Artist: Eno, Moebius, Roedelius
P: 1978 / 2009
This album came from the same sessions which produced the 5 star masterpiece Cluster and Eno and the song By This River on Before and After Science. This is another splendid album, but it lacks the cohesiveness and sustained other worldly atmosphere of their previous release. It's also a rather more uptempo album a lot of the time, although the overall mood is still tranquil with some nagging dark undercurrents. One major difference between After The Heat and Cluster & Eno is the inclusion of Eno's vocal on a few tracks. This is particularly effective on T'Zima N'arki, which sounds as though Eno is singing his lyrics backwards or possibly is just singing nonsense syllables with bizarre inflections. This track also features Can's Holger Czukay on bass, and has some dub reggae styled sound effects - all in all, an oddly enjoyable musical confection. The Belldog, on the other hand, sounds like a track from an Eno solo album - a perfectly good song in its own right, but not quite in keeping with the rest of the album. The instrumental tracks mostly recall the spacy soundscapes of Cluster & Eno, which itself called to mind the best moments of Another Green World and Music for Films. After the Heat is a strong album from a remarkably productive collaboration, and is highly recommended.

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Eno, Moebius, Roedelius, Plank - Begegnungen

Artist: Eno, Moebius, Roedelius, Plank
P: 1984
The first composition on this compilation is by the famed Hans-Joachim Roedelius, who has many, many solo albums. This certain piece is very relaxing, almost new age sounding at times with great guitar and keyboards. "Two Oldtimers" is one of my favorite Moebius and Plank collaborations off of the album Rastakraut Pasta, if I remember correctly. I's very repetitive but highly enjoyable nonetheless. "The Belldog" is the only track to feature Eno's wonderful vocals."Nervos" is a track from Moebius's solo effort, Tonspuren. It too is repetitive, but nowhere near as enjoyable as "Two Oldtimers." "Pitch Control" is a very interesting techno piece created by Moebius, Plank, and Neumeier (from Guru Guru); it's another highlight of this particular album. "Dem Wanderer" is a Cluster tune, interesting, but still not as great as other Cluster compositions. The last track, "Schone Hande," is another Cluster and Eno collarboration and a great way to close of this album. We highly recomend this compilation to fans of Progressive Electronic music. This serves as a great sampler, and could be useful for the interested beginner or the experienced listener. Definitely four stars, would make a great edition to any Proggers collection. By the way, this album has been recently remastered, so it shouldn't be too difficult to find. Happy listening.

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Eno, Moebius, Roedelius, Plank - Begegnungen 2

Artist: Eno, Moebius, Roedelius, Plank
P: 1985 / 2006
The first composition on this compilation is by the famed Hans-Joachim Roedelius, who has many, many solo albums. This certain piece is very relaxing, almost new age sounding at times with great guitar and keyboards. "Two Oldtimers" is one of my favorite Moebius and Plank collaborations off of the album Rastakraut Pasta, if I remember correctly. I's very repetitive but highly enjoyable nonetheless. "The Belldog" is the only track to feature Eno's wonderful vocals."Nervos" is a track from Moebius's solo effort, Tonspuren. It too is repetitive, but nowhere near as enjoyable as "Two Oldtimers." "Pitch Control" is a very interesting techno piece created by Moebius, Plank, and Neumeier (from Guru Guru); it's another highlight of this particular album. "Dem Wanderer" is a Cluster tune, interesting, but still not as great as other Cluster compositions. The last track, "Schone Hande," is another Cluster and Eno collarboration and a great way to close of this album. We highly recomend this compilation to fans of Progressive Electronic music. This serves as a great sampler, and could be useful for the interested beginner or the experienced listener. Definitely four stars, would make a great edition to any Proggers collection. By the way, this album has been recently remastered, so it shouldn't be too difficult to find. Happy listening.

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Harmonia - De Luxe

Artist: Harmonia (Rother, Moebius & Roedelius )
P: 1975 / 2001
A masterpiece within early electronic music. You will enjoy pumping organs, together with long guitar effects. Sometimes monochromatic static backround lines will make you hypnotized!


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Harmonia - Live 1974

Artist: Harmonia (Musiker, Roedelius & Moebius)
P: 1974 / 2007
Their famous concert in 1974. All musicians at the height of their musical collaboration time!


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Harmonia - Tracks + Traces reissue

Artist: Harmonia (Roedelius, Rother, Moebius & Eno)
P: 1976 / 2009
Remastered reissue of the legendary 1976 recording, including three previously unreleased tracks*.
Harmonia 76 are: Hans Joachim Roedelius, Michael Rother, Dieter Moebius & Brian Eno.
Michael Rother – e-guitar, keyboards, drum machine
Dieter Moebius – synthesizer, mini harp
Hans-Joachim Roedelius – keyboards
Brian Eno – synthesizer, e-bass, voice, lyrics


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Moebius + Beerbohm - Double Cut

Artist: Dieter Moebius + Beerbohm 
P: 1984
The second of two collaborations involving Moebius and Gerd Beerbohm, Double Cut sounds miles away from the relatively harmless electronic/pop experiments of solo work by Moebius or Cluster.
Consisting of only four extended tracks, the album expresses the dark side of electronics courtesy of the repetitive trance-state on "Hydrogen" and "Minimotion." Double Cut is much closer to electronic inheritors in the experimental and techno fields than Moebius' usual new age pursuits
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Moebius + Beerbohm - Strange Music

Artist: Dieter Moebius + Beerbohm 
P: 1982 / 1996
Dieter Moebius is one of the most important protagonists of avant-garde electronic music in Germany (He is/was part of Cluster and Harmonia). He recorded two albums with the bassist Gerd Beerbohm in 1982 and 1983 – electronic avant-garde pop in its most rigorous form. Beerbohm turned out to be the perfect musical foil for Moebius, affording him free rein, in the very best sense of the expression, to bring his concept of pop music to life. Mastered from original tapes, liner notes by Asmus Tietchens. Endmix by Conny Plank.

Here the last copy of the Sky-Label version!

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Moebius + Neumeier + Engler - Another Other Places

Artist: Moebius & Neumeier & Engler
P: 2014
"Another Other Places" is – after a 17 year hiatus – the successor to "Other Places" (see above), this manifesto of improvised avant-garde music by Dieter Moebius (Kluster, Cluster, Harmonia) on synthesizer and electronics, Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru) on drums, and Jürgen Engler (Male, Die Krupps) on guitars. The result: no repeat performance, instead a clear progression from its predecessor – the ambitious, but never unduly cerebral improvisation of three musical eccentrics.

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Moebius + Neumeier + Engler - Other Places

Artist: Moebius & Neumeier & Engler
P: 1996 / 2014
In 1996 three old hands of German underground music came together to record nine improvised "one take recordings" without overdubs or corrections: Dieter Moebius (Kluster, Cluster, Harmonia) on synthesizer and electronics, Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru) on drums, and Jürgen Engler (Male, Die Krupps) on guitars. The result: a fascinating electronic world of sonic spectra, cacophony on the one hand, harmony on the other; dark but not murky, outlandish without being weird – an almost magical, ritualistic atmosphere. The reissue comes with new artwork.

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Moebius + Neumeier - Live in Japan

Artist: Moebius & Neumeier
P: 2003
Recorded live 29th & 30th September 2002 at Seian Zoukei Art University in Shinga and at 2nd Line Club in Osaka. Some known and some new tracks played by the two experimentel musicians. Here the Japan version.

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Moebius + Plank + Neumeier - Zero Set

Artist: Moebius,Plank,Neumeier
P: 1982
Minimalistic soundsculptures with Neumeier on drums and Plank does the mix. Sometimes they sound a little funky.

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Moebius + Plank - En Route

Artist: Moebius,Plank,Neumeier
P: 1983 / 1995 / 2007
Some old recordings from the best years way back in 1983 and some remixes from 1995 are now remastered in 2007 and packed very nice into the Papersleepe Mini LP Cover Japan version.

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Moebius + Plank - Rastakraut Pasta + Material

Artist: Dieter Moebius & Plank
P:
1980 + 1981 / 1994
This is the Sky Records Version, that combines both LPs on one CD. It is the usual strange music mix of sometimes melodic, sometimes experimental music.

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Moebius + Renziehausen - Ersatz

Artist: Moebius + Renziehausen
P: 1990
Rhythmic, experimental and naiv and sometimes funny. A reminisence tothe old Neu and Harmonia releases.

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Moebius + Renziehausen - Ersatz II

Artist: Moebius + Renziehausen
P: 1992
Here more experimentel tracks in the typical Moebius style.

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Moebius + Roedelius - Apropos Cluster

Artist: Moebius,+ Roedelius
P: 1990 / 2007
This rerelease out of 2007 shows the reminiscence of the both musicians out of the year 1990, where they remember the times of Cluster and play music again in that vitage style.
Comes in a CD sized papersleeve album replica, with Obi-strip and insert of notes.

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Moebius + Roedelius - Apropos Cluster

Artist: Moebius,+ Roedelius
P: 1990 / 2014
Cluster (Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius) are considered pioneers of electronic music and key Krautrock protagonists. In the late 1960s, together with Konrad Schnitzler as the trio Kluster, they changed the world of music for ever with their radical improvisations. Having split from Schnitzler, Moebius and Roedelius continued as Cluster, releasing eight further milestones of electronic and ambient music up until 1981, two of them with Brian Eno. A hiatus lasting almost a decade was brought to an end in 1990 when Cluster made a surprise comeback with "Apropos Cluster".

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