RARITIES

Out of print and very rare limited CDs
RARITIES
Klaus Schulze - Totentag

Artist: Klaus Schulze
P:
1994
Klaus Schulzes first attempt to write an opera with his music. Some parts remind on Georg Trakl from "X". And some musicparts sound like his music on "The Dome Event".

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Klaus Schulze - X (2LP)

Artist: Klaus Schulze
P: 1978 / 2009

"X" is one mighty and truly legendary studio album from September 1978. On these 6 tracks that were dedicated to Nietzsche, Trakl, Herbert, Bach, Kleist and Ludwig II, Klaus Schulze made clear that he was the master of synthesizer music, after one German magazine counted Schulze second to Michael Rother, in the list of the most popular German musicians.

The line-up for the "X" album was : Klaus Schulze (Big Moog, PPG Synthesizer and Sequencer, Mini Moogs, ARP Odyssey, Korg Poly Synthi, Poly Moog, EMS Synthi A, Mellotron, Tom Toms on "Friedemann Bach", Tom Toms and a cymbal on "Heinrich Von Kleist"), Harald Grosskopf (drums), Wolfgang Tiepold (Cello on "Heinrich Von Kleist") and B. Dragic (solo violin on "Friedemann Bach").

Here the SPV LP Version with an additional 16 page original booklet.



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Klaus Schulze's Wahnfried - Trance Appeal

Artist: Klaus Schulze
P: 1996/ 2007
Produced & mixed by Klaus Schulze.
Composed, played & arranged by Richard Wahnfried & Jörg Schaaf.

KDM describes it: “Marooned” (13:12) is a track which I received from Klaus a few years after "Trance Appeal". It was part of twelve CD-Rs full of studio recordings by Klaus (and guests), planned for another set release that later became the five (or six) CD set “Contemporary Works 2".
The present bonus track is a little part from the fifty percent of then unreleased music. On both sessions (the orginal TRANCE APPEAL as well as on the bonus) Klaus is joined by Joerg Schaaf, and both sessions were indeed designated for Klaus’ “Wahnfried” project and albums.

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Klaus Schulze's Wahnfried - Trance Appeal

Artist: Klaus Schulze
P: 1996
Produced & mixed by Klaus Schulze.
Composed, played & arranged by Richard Wahnfried & Jörg Schaaf.
Music that should fit together with the next album Are you Sequenced?

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Klaus Wiese + Oöphoi - Wouivre

Artist: Klaus Wiese & Oöphoi
P: 1999
LTD 500

In Celtic mythology Wouivre is the Divine Spirit: like a snake crawling along the ground, the Wouivre runs deep beneath the earth, bringing Life and Fertility. There are places where this hidden and sacred Stream reaches the surface, creating a link between Sky and Earth: on such a place the Templar Knights built the Cathedral of Chartres.Musical concept, recordings and mixing in the Kiva, Due Acque, August 1999. Limited edition of 500 copies. CD comes inside a gatefold cardboard sleeve.

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Klaus Wiese - Ceremony

Artist: Klaus Wiese
P: 1995

Keyboards & singing bowls

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Klaus Wiese - Samarkand

Artist: Klaus Wiese
P: 1999

"THE ARTIST: Klaus Wiese, basically working and experimenting with the effects of RESONANCE and OVERTONES on the PSYCHE, mainly through HUMAN VOICE and some special instruments."

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Klaus Wiese - Soma

Artist: Klaus Wiese
P: 2000
Here Wiese goes back to the roots with some tibetian soundshell.


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Klaus Wiese - Uranus

Artist: Klaus Wiese
P: 1989
One long drone that sounds divided into 2 long tracks.
This is an excellent album for deep relaxation, gentle movement, or body work.

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Krom - It all makes Sense now

Artist: Krom
P: 2003
Mikrolux MKX08CD

It is simply unbelievable, which kind of potential in regard of electronic music has been hiding in the Northern latitudes and has only started to really happen in the past couple of years. Mikrolux today proudly presents another promising project from the Northern Hemisphere: Króm. The creators of this interesting sounding name are the two highly talented producers Andrew Lord und Úlfar Thordarson. With „It All Makes Sense Now“, our debuting duo has delivered a more than convicing release for Mikrolux. Inbetween of the introductive „Nebula“ and the smooth „Shimmer“ outro, Lord/Thordarson have embedded twelve beautiful poetic pieces of electronic music which manage to deeply touch almost every person listening immediately. Wether it is the long-lasting darkness during the ecplise of the sun or just the Northern nature, who knows – but the way our Scandinavian artists are combining the most fragile fairy-kind of melodies with extremely grooving rhythms is impressing us every time a new.

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Kubusschnitt - The Case

Artist: Kubusschnitt
P: 1999
Andy Bloyce, Tom Coppens, Ruud Heij and Jens Peschke may not be exactly household names, but they are gaining some notoriety in certain small circles. Most if not all of them were involved in some way in the excellent compilations, "GoldTri Volume One" and "GoldTri Volume Two." If you revel in the classic style of Tangerine Dream and similar bands, then you are in for a real treat. "The Case" delivers the goods in style.
Lengthy sequencer excursions dominate "The Case," with only one of the five tracks being shorter than 13 minutes. Within each song, central themes emerge around ever-evolving layers of synths. Like Redshift, Radio Massacre International, Ron Boots and others of late, Kubusschnitt has mastered the style of old Tangerine Dream without simply copying them. The music combines the best of electronic music styles from about 1975 to 1985, with perhaps slightly more emphasis on the former. "Techno Café" reminds us that things have changed since then, and that this is music for the nineties, albeit perhaps in the spirit of the seventies. The standout track is "The Soul of the Polymoog," sure to appeal to Ashra fans, with its excellent backdrop of sequencers playing off some very nice lead guitar work. Andy Bloyce's guitar playing is a fine homage to Manuel Gottsching. The sequencer parts remind me of Michael Hoenig's classic work, "Departure from the Northern Wasteland." This release is almost certain to appeal to electronic music purists everywhere.


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Lambert - Dimensions of Dreams

Artist: Lambert
P: 1995
This CD from 1995 features 73 minutes of spry electronic music, Lambert is joined by Andreas Paeth on guitar on one track. Strict keyboard strokes generate lively melodies here, embellished by broader textures that held cement the pieces into congenial wholes. Jubilant riffs unfold with heavenly tonalities providing airy contrasts. At other times, the melodies exhibit grimmer undertones. Meticulous E-perc enhances this solemn disposition with languid rhythms. Inevitably, however, Lambert's optimism overwhelms these grave sentiments, coloring the harmonics with lighter tones and smirking electronic effects that loosen all tension with psychic tickling. While other tracks utilize these dense, deep-toned beats to more frolicsome purpose, accomplishing rhythms that lift the spirits with their energetic patter. At this point, Paeth's guitar injects a fiery blaze of passion that send the tune soaring to stratospheric altitudes. And when the guitar pauses, Lambert's keyboards perpetuate that lofty sense with vivacious chords that defy the pull of gravity. This enforced levitation is a dominant aspect in much of the music on this CD. The tendency for upward movement can be considered a signature trait of Lambert's, found in the majority of his compositions. Dreams are usually quite subjective perceptions, but Lambert has found a way to translate his somnambulant experiences into music that is conducive to objective interpretations.

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Larkin + Michael Stearns - Ocean

Artist: Michael Stearns & Larkin
P: 1985

Flute music with hupback whale sounds with low synthesizer tunes played by Michael Stearns.

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Larry Leeder - Yosemite Suite
Artist: Larry Leeder
P: 1988

Nice New Age melodies inspired by the Yosemite Park.

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Leif Strand - Zodiac

Artist: Leif Strand
P: 1990

This is very versatile electronicmusic with real good compositions.

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Lightwave - In der Unterwelt

Artist: Lightwave
P: 1996

Music for the Gasometer Installation in 1996.

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Linus Project - The Earth

Artist: Linus Project
P: 1997

Very versatile electronic synthesizer music. His 3.CD is a project with other musicians: Mike Shean and Miachel Katoll, Ralf Nowy, Klaus Schröder and David Tuchel.

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Lions Dreams - The Dream of the Lion

Artist: Lions Dreams
P: 1998

The musician Andreas Zink received some help by Brainwork and Projekt Gamma, to release his first CD. So this might be the reason, why the melodic tunes sound like thoose two groups. Finest equippment is used to develop thees catchy tracks.

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Logic System - Venus

Artist: Logic System
P: 1993

There's some overlap between this release and some Yellow Magic Orchestra material; no wonder since Logic System has worked as an engineer with YMO. Cool 80s Japanese synthpop, personally prefer this over YMO. Also the sytle reminds of Tomitas work around the 80s.

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Lutz Ulbrich - Kurzmusiken

Artist: Lutz Ulbrich
P: 2001
Inspired by the success of Ash Ra Tempel's retrospective collection, The Private Tapes, Ulbrich decided to mine his solo archives as well, result is this 2-CD assortment. Mostly in bite-sized chunks of a minute or two, the collection covers a wide array of material, from minimal electronic experimentations to straightforward guitar-based tracks. There are 50 tracks in all, each seamlessly fading into the next, like a series of short stories. Though many of the segments seem like undeveloped ideas, there is a charm in the simplicity of it. Nicely detailed liner notes tell the history behind selected tracks, with lots of interesting photos. Whereas The Private Tapes serves as a time capsule for the seventies, Kurzmusiken is from 1985 forward. Though Ulbrich says he chose tracks for musical character over sound quality, the quality is generally solid. Trying to describe individual tracks could fill pages. Everything from guitar to vintage synths and even banjo is featured. The style ranges from quirky catchy tuneful songs like "Moabit," which runs right into "Mystisch," a textural, unstructured, atmospheric piece of space music. This then runs into the aforementioned banjo in "Passant," a light playful tune. These three tracks to open the second disc give a good example of the wide range of material presented, all with a certain panache that make this thoroughly fun to sit back and experience.

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