Released: Mar 1975
Label: One Up
Timewind is an album of change for Klaus Schulze. Before this 1975 release, Schulze's brand of kosmische music was a bit darker, with courser textures. It was more dedicated to the original psychedelic mission of consciousness expansion via a radical shaking-up of the senses. Here, the German composer begins to redefine space music as something coolly inviting. It's still heady and experimental (particularly the final five minutes of "Bayreuth Return"), but in a more self-reflective kind of way.
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