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Booklet has slight wear. Regular price is $20.

The 1st album, recorded in December, 1981, by the keyboardist of Present. A really nice, ECM-ish jazz album. Features
Drums – Daniel Denis (playing unlike you've ever heard)
Double Bass – Alexandre Furnelle
Guitar – Albert Wastiaux...











Annie Whitehead, Harry Beckett, Ian Maidman, Liam Genockey.


I never heard of Francca before, but this is top drawer, very minimal, minimalist music from relatively early in the music's life (late 60s/early 70s). If you dig LaMonte and other proponents of the big drone, you'll really dig this. Conditionally...







Klaus's seventh album was an album of music for a porno movie from 1977. This is more music created for the soundtrack which, iirc, was released later, and is yet another great CD from the great man of spacey electronics. This is a classic 70's space work & is a pretty necessary title in any collection. This is 4 long tracks that ooze those classic Berlin space sounds and feature Harald Grosskopf on drums, which is always a good thing on any Klaus album.

Highly recommended. This adds an extra 23'...

Available again for the 1st time in years!

Klaus' classic second album, originally released in 1973, this includes a 50' bonus track (!!) recorded in Bruxelles in 1977.

“Cyborg is a seminal work in abstract experimental electronic music. The psycho acoustic and hypnotic effects on the listener are incredible. This double album features almost similar electronic equipments used in “Irrlicht” (acoustic strings manipulations, molecular machines, primitive keyboards). This deep meditative

This live album, originally released in 1980 was always one of his harder-to-find releases and it was also the end of the line of his amazing run of analog synthesizer classics. The next one after this was Dig It, his first digital album, which is quite a good work, but also the beginning of the next phase of his sound.

"Klaus Schulze's twelfth solo album was originally released in 1980 and received brilliant reviews such as the following 'There is almost no-one who can hold a candle to him as a...

About 8-9 years ago, the German SPV label started a series called Revisited, where they reissued some exceedingly great German albums of the 70s. Part of that series was the entire Klaus Schulze catalog, all expanded and remastered from the original...

Klaus' 10th album, remastered from the original tapes and including a largely expanded version of Georg Trakl (over 26' instead of 6') as well as a 21' bonus track). In other words, this is 160 minutes of prime, prime Klaus from 1978, which can be considered the culmination of his prime period works.
Klaus Schulze (Big Moog, PPG Synthesizer & Sequencer, Minimoogs, ARP Odyssey, Korg Poly Synthi, Polymoog, EMS Synthi A, Mellotron, Tom Toms on “Friedemann Bach”, Tom Toms and a cymbal on “Heinrich von...






Promo copy in cardboard sleeve. Feat Billy Idol, Yngwie Malmsteen, Zakk Wylde, Slash and more so yeah...