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Klaus Schulze



After his involvement w/ the monster debut albums by both Tangerine Dream and Ash Ra Tempel, Schulze went solo and this is the first album (originally issued on OHR, 1972). The first of many classic space rock/trance epics; long tracks in which Schulze plays everything (electronic machines, organ, guitar, percussion, much more), this is some of the finest German Kosmiche Musik there, staggering work and really quite underrated once you get outside his cult following.

Cat. number: MIG 01482
Year: 2016
Quadrophonische Symphonie für Orchester und E-Maschinen (Quadrophonic symphony for orchestra and e-machines) Recorded 1972 at "Musiksaal der Freien Universität Berlin" and at Studio Klaus Schulze. Orchestra: 4 first violins, 4 second violins, 3 violas, 8 celli, 1 contrabass, 2 horns, 2 transverse flutes, 3 oboes. Originally released 1972 on Ohr. This Reissue ℗ 1972 + © 1995 Tempel marketed by Spalax Music, Paris, France SUISA Made in EU Barcode: 3 429020 149211

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