Original copies of the long out of print LP, few available...A legendary album by the two experimental composers: Conrad Schnitzler has been an institution in the German electronic music scene for thirty years. He studied with Joseph Beuys in the mid 1960s, and in the late sixties joined the then fledgling German rock band Tangerine Dream. He added a bizarre, conceptual approach to Tangerine Dream that catapulted the band to legendary status, documented on the bands first album Electronic Meditation. Schitzler left after that first album, forming with his friends Moebius and Roedelius the band Kluster. Kluster recorded and released three albums before Schnitzler again left, this time to pursue his own work under his own name. Kluster continued with just Roedelius and Moebius under the name Cluster. Since the demise of Kluster, Schnitzler has released dozens of albums, cassettes and CDs, both on his own and on various labels around the world. Starting from old analog synthesizers and cosmic rock improvisations, Giancarlo Toniutti studied electronic music at the Conservatory in Venice in early eighties. His interest in visuals, installations and other art forms has been reflected in many of his works like recent projects with Italian visual artist Luisa Tomasetig and other phenomena simply defined by Giancarlo Toniutti as "sound sites" as well as projects based on heterogeneous approaches to sonic acoustic materials. He was working with many artists, including Siegmar Fricke, Andrew Chalk and Conrad Schnitzler. Kynak (camma) was released on vinyl by Edition Panseri Editore (1990-UR-RI) in 1990, in a edition of 500 copies.
A side recorded November 1985 to April 1988 at Giancarlo Toniutti Studio, Udine, and March 1986 to March 1988 at CON Studio, Berlin. Mixed April 1988 At Giancarlo Toniutti Studio, Udine. B side recorded May 1987 at CON Studio, Berlin, and May to June 1987 at Giancarlo Toniutti Studio, Udine. Mixed June 1987 at Giancarlo Toniutti Studio, Udine.
Circulation 500 copies. Gatefold sleeve. Front cover image by Giancarlo Toniutti. Back cover image by Enrico Piva. Inside sleeve graphic Conrad Schnitzler.