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Out of print and very rare limited CDs
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Dennis Hart - White Nights

Artist: Dennis Hart
P: 2007

Melodic nice synthesizer tunes.

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Dennis Hart - Zauberberg

Artist: Dennis Hart
P: 2000
Melodic nice synthesizer tunes.


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Dennis Hart - Zeitenwende

Artist: Dennis Hart
P: 2009

On his CD Zeitwende, he remains true to his basic principle, but says goodbye to cuddly pop and invites you to the dance floor. The fresh melodies are more pop, and Dennis Hart even goes on trips to the techno realm! With his new work, he builds a musical bridge between James Last and Schiller.

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Der Koenig - Memories of Trees

Artist: Der König 
P: 2004
The music on “Memories Of Trees” has absolutely nothing to do with what Bernd did at Hoelderlin. You won't find herb or psychedelic rock here either. The disc is clearly in the category of electronic music. But it is - not as you might think at first glance - not dark music. Rather, Bernd knows how to create different moods with his instruments. In most cases, one would like to wander into the distance and let the clouds drift over them. Music to dream and immerse.



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Der Koenig - Reformation

Artist: Der König 
P: 2005
A wide variety of instrumental pieces that are sometimes reminiscent of Hölderlin.
Here somtimes more dark, but full of energy.


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Der Koenig - The Light

Artist: Der König 
P: 2004
A wide variety of instrumental pieces that are sometimes reminiscent of Hölderlin.

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Detlef Keller - EM Weihnacht

Artist: Detlef Keller  
P: 1998

Traditional german Christmas songs arranged and played by Detlef Keller using a Access Virus and a Quasimidi Polymorph. Unusual versions of wellknown traditionals.

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Detlef Keller - Masquerade

Artist: Detlef Keller  
P: 1998

This music was composed for a dancetheater performance. Keller plays nice melodic synthesizertunes, that fit to the titlethemes.

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Detlef Keller - The Story of the Clouds

Artist: Detlef Keller
P: 1994
"I see the clouds painting pictures in the blue sky-freely and without any restrictions. Pictures develop into stories." Thus writes Detlef Keller in the sleeve notes by way of explanation. I read somewhere that given the vast number of clouds created ,every few days across the globe there is likely to be one resembling Jesus Christ (and Edgar Froese?). Sounds apochryphal but I'm desperate to say something interesting about clouds as a gateway into this review. Detlef continues, 'Everybody will see different things in these pictures, will have different feelings-depending upon his imagination.' Ah we are finally getting to the point, the music on this album depends upon the interpretation and feelings of the listener, "I have created my pictures, my stories, with sounds and harmonies.'" With Keller refraining from the normal convention of naming the tracks, preferring to listing 'Cloud 1' 'Cloud 2' etc., presumably we can add our own interpretations, it is safe to say that we are in the realms of subjectivity, but isn't this always the case? The first track begins promisingly with a repeated melody, chiming sequencers, and percussion, before a key change and a few whispered contributions from 'Dorie'. Keller adds some high register melodic colour and subtle, morphing, improvisations to the mix. The second piece begins with some delicate piano work and strings before a bass synth adds some contrast. Keller's keyboard dexterity impressively established, he slowly and patiently builds the track with skill and precision. Through key changes, improvisation and percussive treatments he shifts through variations in mood within clearly defined parameters.'Cloud 3' starts with sequencer, percussion and pads with additional elements quickly added to generate faster and more insistent beats and backbone, until around the five minute mark Keller slows down the sequencing and starts to build again, this time with more anthemic tones and more muscular percussion. 'Cloud 4' slows down the pace with its quiet, meditative introduction as, once again, Keller sets about adding sequencers, cymbal effects, faster drum beats with the customary Schulzeian key changes. Varying the pace again, Keller slows the proceedings right down and adds new motifs and sequencing, sounding here not unlike Vangelis, particularly when the piano is backed by the sequencer. 'Cloud 5' is a beautifully gentle and poignant piece dedicated to the memory of 'Scorpi' and Keller's talents as a tunesmith and craftsman are clearly exhibited here. Keller's sequencing skills make this track a highlight of the set and, despite the predictability of the way the music is constructed over the 12 minutes 29 seconds, he does it so well you can forgive him. 'Cloud 6' does not deviate from the template and by now you will be revelling in the 'Berlin School' stylings and drifting comfortably in the troposphere and here Keller reminds we very much of classic Schulze from the golden age of the 70's. The final track, 'Cloud 7' has possibly the most memorable and anthemic motif emphasised at first with strings. Then the piece undergoes the customary construction and deconstruction but this theme is too good to dispose of and Keller reprises the melody at the close.'The Story of Clouds' does not break new ground but it is a fine example of well crafted Berlin School electronic music and Keller's skills of composition adds extra quality to the set. All in all an impressive set even if the cloud theme doesn't exactly set the pulses racing. Although people do refer to 'angry clouds', but such personification can..... (that's enough on clouds already).

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Detlef Keller - Ways to the Rainbow

Artist: Detlef Keller  
P: 1996
On his second solo release, Detlef plays melodic, rhythmic and catchy tracks.



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Deuter - Klänge der Liebe

Artists: Deuter
P: 1995
Relaxed music with german spoken words about love.

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Deuter - Relax

Artists: Deuter
P: 1994
Music for meditation by Deuter.

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Deuter - Tao Te King

Artists: Deuter
P: 1992
Rare golden edition of this CD edition with meditative music and healing words.

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Die Engel des Herrn (La Düsseldorf) - Same

Artist: Die Engel des Herrn (La Düsseldorf)
P: 1992

After years without a sign of life Klaus Dinger returned with Gerhard Michel and Klaus Immig as "Die Engel des Herrn" with their self-titled debut in 1992. This album was released in self-distribution then. It starts with the title track, a true heavenly experience. I never heard such a softly gliding song, the synthesizers sound like a choir of angels. After that there is a bunch of short rock alike songs, some of Dinger's best. "Sunlight" offers a fantastic singalong chorus. "Little Angel" is even stronger, it feels like you have to dance with the angel. "S.O.S." is a very short energizer, a lightning of sound. "Bitte, bitte!" has some sort of folk feel with Michel's great violin playing. "Tschüs" is one of Dinger's most emotional songs, full of melancholy. It describes his feelings for his father who died in 1990, a musical farewell, one of my favorite Dinger songs ever. After that Die Engel des Herrn give us a new interpretation of La Düsseldorf's "Cha Cha 2000". Here you can hear the song in a more acoustic style, a wonderful piece. It reaches its height in the finale "Cha Cha 3000" in which Yvi sings a duet with Dinger.
The CD offers a bonus track, a 20 minute improvisation that shows the darker side of the band. "Die Bengel des Herrn" (a wordplay with the band name, the angels turned into rascals) shows that this trio also could play music spontaneously.
So this whole album is musically very manifold. It remained undiscovered for much too long and it's a shame so many people don't know this band. Everyone who loves inspiring music (especially every fan of La Düsseldorf) should give them a try.

Recorded 1988 - 1991 at Dingerland by Klaus Dinger & Gerhard Michel.
All tracks composed by Klaus Dinger except 04 & 05 composed by Klaus Dinger & Gerhard Michel and 09 composed by Klaus Dinger, Gerhard Michel & Klaus Immig.
Klaus Dinger - voice, guitar, keyboards, piano, harmonium, tambourine, clapping, drums on track 1,7 and 8, OB8 bass on track 4, bass on track 8.
Gerhard Michel - Voice, guitar, bass, violin, tambourine, Schellenbaum, tubular bells, Maultrommel, clapping.
Klaus Immig - Drums, percussion.
Yvi - Voice on track 8.

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Dieter Schütz - Inner Light

Artist: Dieter Schütz
P: 1991

The last release of Schütz before he died. Melodic synthesizertracks in the vein of Dennis hart, Blonker and Eroc.

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Dom F.Scab - Crosswords

Artist: Dom F.Scab
P: 2005
The album Crosswords (58'05") by Dom F. Scab is for anyone interested in instrumental music that is more focused than all-out smooth spacemusic yet a bit more cerebral than prog-rock. This album delivers seven tracks which reference majestic moments in classic works by Vangelis and the calming sounds of repetition circa Tangerine Dream's early "Blue" years. While Scab builds his music with these touchstones, the arrangement, execution and vision is completely his own. The music on Crosswords is in constant motion, stopping, starting and shifting at the will of a dexterous composer. Scab's tone patterns are energetic and cycle through many engaging variations. His sequencer can run full-tilt, producing heart-pounding syncopated rhythms, then dramatically slow down to a percolating, bubbling pace. The melodic content spins above and below the rhythm floor. Scab's wide open synth lead lines energize the brightening air, shifting tone wildly. There are also places where the mood becomes more settled, locating a less playful and more reverential space. Scab's greatest accomplishment is creating music that is engaging and listenable without being simplistic.

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Dom F.Scab - Necessary Fears

Artist: Dom F.Scab
P: 2006
Spanish synthesist Dom F. Scab has quite a large discography and has established himself as an important figure in electronic music. He is taking the Berlin school of spacey sequencer-driven electronics in new directions. Twelve Stories (2004), Crosswords (2005), and Necessary Fears (2006) all have strong influences of Tangerine Dream circa Stratosfear, plus a few instances of more Vangelis-like material. Never too abstract or experimental, his music is full of classic Teutonic sequencing blended with melodic elements.

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Dom F.Scab - Twelve Stories

Artist: Dom F.Scab
P: 2004
Berlin School music originated in Germany, but some of the best such music comes from the opposite side of Europe; Spain. Dom F. Scab's album Twelve Stories gives Berlin School music a new face.There is an abundance of retro Berlin School bands out there. Most of them are satisfied with long passages of simple "sequencer masturbation" and repetitive arpeggio patterns, and the closer to late 1970s Tangerine Dream they sound, the better. Scab, on the other hand, infuses more into his type of Berlin School electronica. He is not retro-BS. He is "Scab School". A unique style that has its core in sequencer patterns, but they are supported by contemporary melodies, chords and effects. There are no huge Mellotron choirs, guitar improvisation, or anything to confuse his music with some Germans from quarter a century ago. A good blend of space chords, jumping sequencers and melodies drives the sequences onwards. While most tracks are fast sequencer-driven tracks, there are a few slower ambient exercises too, such as About the madness, Interior travel and I'm sorry but we have moved to Saturn, plus mid-tempo pieces such as Brief fable and A reasonable whim. But these tend to be shorter than the faster tracks, so the general impression you will get is that Twelve Stories is mostly about sequencer patterns. The artwork of Twelve Stories is designed to resemble a present, and if you like classic electronic music somewhere between Jarre's Equinoxe and Schulze's Are you Sequenced then you should treat yourself with this little gift from Dom F. Scab.

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Dominic Woosey - Straylight

Artist: Dominic Woosey
P: 1992

Excellent retro EM space music from the short-lived Recycle or Die label. 4 tracks of almost identical length explore gentle waves of sound, mostly atmospheric with soft pleasant melodies.


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Driftin' Thoughts - Isolation

Artists: Driftin' Thoughts
P: 1987 / 2002
LTD 99

Driftin 'Thoughts draws back from the solid: 11 tracks between melodic and harmonic songs and more modern upbeat tracks impressed by the high quality sound we like it from Driftin' Thoughts.


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