Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook – Dark Side Of The Moog XI - The Heart Of Ou. 0:18. Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze feat. Bill Laswell – The Dark Side of the Moog V. 8:42. Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze – Dark Side Of The Moog VIII - Careful Wit. :03. Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook – Dark Side Of The Moog V - Psychedelic Brunc. 4:32. Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze – The Dark Side of the Moog IX. 7:55. Klaus Schulze – The Final DAT (Part I). 4:41. Dark Side Of The Moog, The (Pete Namlook, Klaus Schulze & Bill Laswell) – The Final DAT (Part III). Pete Namlook & Klaus.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Dark Side Of The Moog IX (2002) by Pete Namlook. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist The Dark Side of the Moog IX. 1. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Mother, Part I.
Album · 1994 · 6 Songs. Set the Control to the Heart of the Mother, Pt. 6 (feat. Released: Dec 31, 1994. 2016 M. i. G. - music. More By Klaus Schulze.
Klaus Schulze & Pete Namlook Dark Side Of The Moog IV - Pipers at the Gates of Dawn 7. (play). Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze- Dark Side Of The Moog V (CD Album) (PK 08-123) (ьSKKь) Psychedelic Brunch - Part IV. Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze-Dark Side Of The Moog VI (CD Album) (PK 08-133) (ьSKKь) The Final DAT - Part II.
All tracks written by Pete Namlook & Klaus Schulze Recorded in 2002, Traben-Trarbach. Метки: electronic, music. Оставить комментарий.
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Written-By – Klaus Schulze, Pete Namlook. Recorded at Klanglabor, Traben-Trarbach. Also Namlook's descending mews (you know what they sound like when you've listened to his stuff for as long as i have) and bleeping ostinatos are absent. Rather there is a forward momentum rather than a pulse, a bit like he achieved with Mixmaster Morris on the ravishing 'Dreamfish', and a real spacey vibe without dissolving into aqueous drones (ps i LOVE aqueous drones by the way) and thus a genuine Kosmiche feel to it that holds the mind and ear. A bit too brief, but that's an indication of it's success- you want to hear more.