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Dune - Klaus Schulze - Dune (CD, Album)

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  1. DUNE, die erschienene LP von Klaus Schulze, ist von Fank Herbert's gleichnamigem Science Fiction Roman inspiriert. Ich kann mich noch gut erinnern: Die 79er Tour zu diesem Album führte Klaus Schulze auch in meine Heimatstadt und es war das erste "Rockkonzert", dass ich mit meinen 14 Jahren besuchen durfte!/5(18).
  2. Jan 26,  · Klaus Schulze Dune. Dune () Shadows of Ignorance () Le Mans () (bonus track) And it's a concept album (of sorts) too, perhaps a signal that Schulze was trying to cash in his kosmische credentials and at least partially engage with mainstream musical trends of the late s. The Klaus Schulze/Arthur Brown.
  3. Nov 30,  · referencing Dune, LP, Album, Klaus delivers with a fascinating single with two brilliant tracks. The haunting and ethereal quality of Dune fills one's headphones with a fascinating layered soundscape of synthesizers, in a neo-electro/quasi-classical sensation.4/5().
  4. DUNE is the eleventh solo album by Klaus Schulze, originally released on 27 August The title refers to the sci-fi novel "Dune" by Frank Herbert.
  5. Dune is the eleventh album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in , and in 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.
  6. DUNE was a superb album which featured Arthur Brown on one track. Here it is augmented by "Le Mans" (). Archie Patterson On this album all of a sudden three novelties appear on Klaus Schulze's musical stage: the introduction of the drum-computer and vocoder-voice and the appearance of a singer / narrator reciting some text written by.
  7. "Dune" does surely belong to Klaus's great songs (but he has already released so many of them). It is another poignant masterpiece which is culminating after the first half. Klaus already brought in some cello in his previous "X" album and he is again surrounded by Triepold who is adding the same sort of phantasmagoria into the music/5(13).

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