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Performer: Klaus Wolfger
Genre: Electronic
Title: A Few Minutes After EP
Released: 2010
Style: Abstract, Techno
FLAC version ZIP size: 1904 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1584 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1765 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Before 1969 he was a drummer in a band called Psy Free. He met Edgar Froese from Tangerine Dream in the Zodiac Club in Berlin in that time West-Germany. In 1970 he left this group to form Ash Ra Tempel with Manuel Göttsching and Hartmut Enke. In 1971, he chose again to leave a newly formed group after only one album, this time to mount a solo career

Before 1969 he was a drummer in a band called Psy Free. In 1971, he chose again to leave a newly formed group after only one album, this time to mount a solo career  . This newer style can also be found in Schulze's next release Audentity.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Quadrant Recordings (catalog number QUAD 016). This album was released in 2009-03-23 year. Format of the release is.

Klaus Doldinger (born 12 May 1936) is a German saxophonist known for his work in jazz and as a film music composer. He was the recipient of 1997's Bavarian Film Awards. Doldinger was born in Berlin, and entered a Düsseldorf conservatory in 1947, originally studying piano and then clarinet, graduating in 1957. In his student years, Doldinger gained professional performing experience, starting in 1953 in the German Dixieland band The Feetwarmers, and recording with them in 1955

Body Love (1977) – many Klaus Schulze fans consider his late 70’s albums to be his most important work. Body Love is a two-album set of tracks, from the soundtrack of an adult movie of the same name by Lasse Braun. While the film may have been forgettable, the music of Body Love captures Schulze at the peak of his 70’s analog sound, and encapsulates the range of this work. Tracks like Stardancer transition seemlessly from spacey soundscapes to driving sequence-driven jams. Blanche explores Schulze’s more mellow, almost ambient side. La Vie Electronique Vol 3 (2010) – some artists re-release albums with a few ‘lost tracks’, others will release a ‘lost album’. Klaus Schulze cleared out his vault of unreleased tracks with his La Vie Electronique series. It’s an absolutely massive collection of 45 CDs, covering about 30 years of his recording career.