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|Electronic music, space music, trance music, Berlin School
|Klaus Schulze chronology
Time Actor is the first album by Klaus Schulze released under the name of Richard Wahnfried. It was originally released in 1979, and was not reissued by Revisited Records as part of the overall reissue program of Schulze albums. A reissue was released in July 2011 by Esoteric Records.
All tracks composed by Klaus Schulze.
|"Charming the Wind"
|"Distorted Emission 1"
|"The Silent Sound of the Ground"
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Klaus Schulze was a German electronic music pioneer, composer and musician. He also used the alias Richard Wahnfried and was a member of the Krautrock bands Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, and The Cosmic Jokers before launching a solo career consisting of more than 60 albums released across six decades.
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Electronic Meditation is the first major release and first studio album by German electronic music group Tangerine Dream. It was released in June 1970 by record label Ohr.
Wahnfried may refer to:
Timewind is the fifth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1975, and in 2006 was the twenty-second Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. It is Schulze's first solo album to use a sequencer.
Moondawn is the sixth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1976, and in 2005 was the thirteenth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. Moondawn is Schulze's first album that was performed in a full Berlin School style.
Trancefer is the fourteenth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1981, and in 2006 was the twenty-third Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. With the original total running time of 37 minutes and 23 seconds, it was the shortest album in Schulze's canon until the 2006 reissue doubled its running time.
Blackdance is the third album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1974, and in 2007 was the twenty-fifth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. For the first time Schulze uses "real" synthesizers and a singer. "Voices of Syn" features Ernst Walter Siemon on vocals. Due to packaging and print errors on later releases, Blackdance was considered Schulze's fourth album for decades, until Klaus D. Müller, Schulze's biographer and publicity manager, discovered from searching through his personal diaries that Picture Music, thought to be the third album, was recorded after Blackdance. Despite this, the reissue labels Blackdance as Schulze's fourth album.
Picture Music is the fourth album of electronic music by German musician Klaus Schulze. It was recorded in late 1974 and released in January 1975 on Brain Records. In 2005 this was the second Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. This is the only Klaus Schulze solo album in which he can be heard playing a drum kit. Prior to his solo career, he was the drummer for Ash Ra Tempel; on his later albums, drummer Harald Großkopf of Wallenstein frequently contributed. Like many of his albums, this one has one long track on each side.
Mirage is the eighth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1977, and in 2005, was the first Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. A slightly different version of "Velvet Voyage" is included on the reissue. An excerpt from "In cosa crede chi non crede?", the bonus track on the reissue, was previously released on Trailer (1999), a compilation CD released to promote the release of Schulze's 50-disc CD box set The Ultimate Edition (2000). In 2017, a newly remastered 40th Anniversary Edition was released.
Dune is the eleventh album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1979, and in 2005 was the tenth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. "Shadows of Ignorance" features Arthur Brown on vocals, half-singing/half-chanting a long poem written by Schulze.
…Live… is the twelfth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1980, and in 2007 was the twenty-sixth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. The album contains recordings from concerts in Berlin in 1976, and Amsterdam and Paris in 1979. The CD version of "Sense" has been extended from the original LP and now includes a lengthy introduction which did not feature in the original release. "Dymagic" includes a vocal performance by Arthur Brown, similar to the one found on Dune, the last studio album before the tour.
Totentag is an electronic opera and the twenty-ninth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1994; its libretto is inspired by the last days of the expressionist poet Georg Trakl. This is the seventh and last of the early-1990s Klaus Schulze albums not to be reissued by Revisited Records. Totentag was released after Schulze's Silver Edition 10-disc CD box set, technically making this album his thirty-ninth.
In Blue is the thirty-first album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1995, and in 2005 was the eighth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. In Blue was released after Schulze's Silver Edition 10-disc CD box set, technically making this album his forty-first.
Contemporary Works I is a limited-edition 10-disc CD box set released by Klaus Schulze in 2000 containing new studio material. The CDs are in cardboard sleeves and housed in a wooden box. Two years later Schulze released Contemporary Works II. Six of the discs have been reissued in 2005–2007 as part of the overall reissue program of Schulze back catalog by Revisited Records. Three more have been reissued in 2016–2018 by the label MiG.
Ages is Tangerine Dream leader Edgar Froese's fourth studio album, released in 1978.
Tonwelle is the second album by Klaus Schulze released under the name of Richard Wahnfried. It was originally released in 1981, and was not reissued by Revisited Records as part of the overall reissue program of Schulze albums. A two-disc reissue was released in January 2012 by MIG Music, featuring different speeds from the original recording.
Trance Appeal is the sixth album by Klaus Schulze under the alias Richard Wahnfried, released in 1996.
Megatone is the third studio album by Klaus Schulze's side project, Richard Wahnfried, released in 1984. On this album, Schulze collaborates with Michael Garvens, Axel-Glenn Müller, Ulli Schober, Michael Shrieve and Harald Katzsch.