Tag Archives: 1977

Cluster – Konzerte 1972/1977

My eyebrows raised when I saw this one announced – live vintage Cluster? The very notion flusters the brain because their albums mostly sound like the result of using the studio as an instrument. Yet, here it is and it … Continue reading

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Klaus Schulze – Body Love

Popol Vuh soundtracked Herzog’s best films, Can leant their sounds to both underground arthouse films and to gritty mainstream thrillers but only Klaus Schulze, as far as we know, went and did the soundtrack to a pornographic movie. I do … Continue reading

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Jürgen Karg – Elektronische Mythen

To discover music for the first time via the purchase of a physical copy of the record – it’s a rare thing nowadays with all the everyday talk about music on social media platforms and all that digital jazz! I … Continue reading

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Michael Rother – Flammende Herzen

Deep warm guitar notes drift out of the speakers blissfully for a few moments, the guitar picks up a pace and then a gentle drum begins. It is almost the Neu! beat but in slow motion bliss. This feels like … Continue reading

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Popol Vuh – Herz aus Glas

Tradition has it that most of the actors were hypnotized during the shooting of “Herz aus Glas”. Popol Vuh’s music is the perfect equivalent to Werner Herzog’s mesmerizing movie. From the first single notes of “Engel der Gegenwart” to the … Continue reading

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