Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 14
Artist: Klaus Schulze

Category: Electronic

Name: La Vie Electronique 14

Size: 1411 mb

Quality: flac, MP3

Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 14


Label: MIG ‎– MIG 00782 3CD
Series: La Vie Electronique – 14, La Vie Electronique – LVE 14
Type: 3 x CD, Compilation
Country: Germany
Date of released: 31 Jan 2014
Category: Electronic
Style: Berlin-School, Ambient, Experimental


Tracklist Hide Credits

Opera Trance (79:21)
1-01 Che Mai Sarà? 3:21
1-02 Al Tempio! 4:11
1-03 Numi D'Averno 6:43
1-04 E Che Farò! 6:57
1-05 Perché? Perché? 7:18
1-06 Che Avverrà! 14:29
1-07 Idee Funeste Di Duol 6:08
1-08 Stupisco 11:04
1-09 T'accheta E Parti 19:10
2-01 Zooblast 3:11
2-02 Conquest Of Paradise (Long Version)
Composed By – Evangelos Papathanassiou
4:48
2-03 Grosse Gaukler Gottes 5:24
2-04 Angry Young Moog 8:04
2-05 Kosmisches Gleiteisen 3:44
2-06 Operatic March 3:42
2-07 Kosmisches Gleiteisen, Pt. 2 1:57
2-08 Angry Young Moog, Pt. 2 13:15
2-09 Dreieinhalb Stunden
Composed By, Performer – Jörg Schaaf, Klaus Schulze
4:28
2-10 The Schulzendorf Groove (1st Version) 11:34
2-11 The Schulzendorf Groove (Tribute Version) 14:04
2-12 Man At Work 2:34
Tradition And Vision
Synthesizer [Analog Synthesizers] – Jörg Schaaf, Klaus Schulze
(78:45)
3-01 The Power Of Myth 9:49
3-02 The Idea Of North 16:53
3-03 Die Welt Als Schaukel 9:39
3-04 Tradition And Vision 13:27
3-05 You Don't Have To Win 9:40
3-06 My Constant Spirit 8:30
3-07 No Ladies Did I See 3:07
3-08 Musing On My Love 7:40

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – EMI Music Publishing
  • Published By – P.O.E.M. Musikverlag
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Klaus Schulze
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Klaus D. Müller
  • Licensed To – MIG-Music GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Klaus Schulze
  • Copyright (c) – Klaus D. Müller
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MIG-Music GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – MIG-Music GmbH

Credits

  • Composed By – Klaus Schulze (tracks: 1-01 to 2-01, 2-03 to 2-8, 2-10 to 3-08)
  • Layout [Reissue Layout] – Thomas Ewerhard
  • Liner Notes – Blue22
  • Mastered By – Tom Dams
  • Performer – Klaus Schulze (tracks: 1-01 to 2-08, 2-10 to 2-12)
  • Photography By [Photos], Mastered By [Premaster], Liner Notes [Deutsche Fassung] – kdm*
  • Producer [Produced For Released By], Reissue Producer [Produced For Reissue By] – Klaus D. Müller
  • Recorded By – Klaus Schulze

Notes

Released in 8-panel Digipak. Includes a 16-page booklet.

From the liner notes:
"Disc 1: This is the second part of the Trance Opera Sans Lyrics: "Borrowed Time", to hear on LVE 13. […] There exists a third (77-minute long) part called "Vat Was Dat", which I have included as a full bonus CD in the re-release of Are You Sequenced?
Published 1997 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag (all titles)
℗ 1997 Klaus Schulze & Klaus D. Mueller
© 2013 Klaus Schulze & kdm, under license to MiG music GmbH

Disc 2: The short track "Zooblast" was done during Klaus' Wahnfried recordings in Autumn 1993 which led to the "Trancelation" album, but Klaus did not use this track then. "Conquest…" is a composition by Vangelis; Klaus was asked to record it for a single release, as close as possible to Vangelis' original, and he did. "Grosse Gaukler Gottes" was made for the German tv promoted sampler "Visions of Sound", in January 1994.
Tracks 4 to 8: These five recordings were made in April 1994, for the soundtrack to the movie "Living on Borrowed Time". […] Besides his usual gear Klaus played - after 25 years - his electric lap guitar again. […]
The funnily called "Dreieinhalb Stunden" (Three-and-a-half hours) was on a CD that was part of the July '96 edition of German music magazine "Keys"; Klaus had recorded it the previous month together with Jörg Schaaf. And finally, we have two versions of the 1998 recording "The Schulzendorf Groove" for the album "A Tribute To Klaus Schulze". And the very end brings us an ad hoc playing and recording of Klaus' visit at a radio station; he tried to present some sounds on the EMS Synthi A; I had put it at the end of 1999 on the limited "Trailer" CD.
Published 1992 by E.M.I. Music Publishing ("Conquest of Paradise" from Vangelis)
Published 1996 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag ("Dreieinhalb Stunden")
Published 1993 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag ("Grosse Gaukler Gottes")
Published 1997 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag (Tracks 4 to 8)
Published 1998 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag ("The Schulzendorf Groove…")
Published 1999 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag ("Zooblast", "Man at Work")
℗ 1994 Klaus Schulze & Klaus D. Mueller (Track 2 "Conquest of Paradise")
℗ 1997 Klaus Schulze & Klaus D. Mueller (Tracks 3 to 8)
℗ 1997 Klaus Schulze & Klaus D. Mueller (Tracks 1, and 9 to 12)
© 2013 Klaus Schulze & kdm, under license to MiG music GmbH

Disc 3: Klaus sat down together with Jörg Schaaf to record a CD for the (then) announced "Jubilee Edition" that should sound different from the rest, as I had asked Klaus before. […] Jörg and KS only play analog synthesizers here, no computers. And they did it more or less live, in one go. Instruments used were: the EMS Synthi A, Minimoogs, Memorymoogs, Mellotron, Rave-o-lution, Polymorph, JD 800, … and that's it.
Published 1997 by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag (all titles)
℗ 1997 Klaus Schulze & Klaus D. Mueller
© 2013 Klaus Schulze & kdm, under license to MiG music GmbH"

Total durations:
Disc 1: 79:21.
Disc 2: 76:45.
Disc 3: 78:45.

℗ & © 2013 MIG-Music GmbH / Made in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 85513 00782 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 885513007827
  • Rights Society: austromechana
  • Label Code: LC 23370

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