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The Essential: 72-93

by Klaus Schulze

The Essential: 72-93 by Klaus Schulze

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The Essential: 72-93

by Klaus Schulze

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Label: Oh Boy Records
In many ways the history of Klaus Schulze is the history of ambient electronic music. The composer, as the anthology Essential: 72-93 demonstrates, has explored everything from spacey krautrock and meditative new age to jazzy fusion and proto-electronica. Schulze even made the jump from analog to digital in the mid-1980s. Yet he has never surrendered his love for warm, often playful soundscapes. If you're a fan of legends like Eno and Vangelis, definitely explore the world of Klaus Schulze.

About This Album

In many ways the history of Klaus Schulze is the history of ambient electronic music. The composer, as the anthology Essential: 72-93 demonstrates, has explored everything from spacey krautrock and meditative new age to jazzy fusion and proto-electronica. Schulze even made the jump from analog to digital in the mid-1980s. Yet he has never surrendered his love for warm, often playful soundscapes. If you're a fan of legends like Eno and Vangelis, definitely explore the world of Klaus Schulze.

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About This Album

In many ways the history of Klaus Schulze is the history of ambient electronic music. The composer, as the anthology Essential: 72-93 demonstrates, has explored everything from spacey krautrock and meditative new age to jazzy fusion and proto-electronica. Schulze even made the jump from analog to digital in the mid-1980s. Yet he has never surrendered his love for warm, often playful soundscapes. If you're a fan of legends like Eno and Vangelis, definitely explore the world of Klaus Schulze.