Released: 2016 By Mig
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Recorded in 1973 but not released until two years later, Klaus Schulze‘s Picture Music must be considered one of the more groundbreaking electronic albums of the 1970s. Fully synthesized but with a steady pulse that Tangerine Dream had yet to implement, Picture Music sounds ahead of its time and one can hear large chunks of electronic music’s future over the course of its two long tracks.
The most forward-looking of the two tracks is Totem”. With a skittery
Actually, Picture Music” from 1973 is Schulzes first album on which he primarily works with synthesizers. Former records were for an important part filled with experiments with organs
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