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LIVE @ KLANGART is the thirty-fourth solo album by Klaus Schulze, originally released on 16 July 2001. It is Schulzes tenth live album. LIVE @ KLANGART was originally released as two separat CDs, combined as a 2CD for the 2008 reissue. The title refers to the "KlangArt Festival", an international Musikfestival between 1991 and 2001.

Tracks

CD 1

  1. Breeze To Sequence (15:05)
  2. Loops To Groove (13:02)
  3. From Church To Search (14:06)
  4. I Loop You Schwindelig (27:59)
  5. Short Romance (05:44) Bonus Track [originally issued on ADDS & EDITS]

CD 2

  1. La Fugue Sequenca (21:55)
  2. Cavalleria Cellisticana (21:54)
  3. Tracks Of Desire (09:15)
  4. Last Move At Osnabrueck (13:36)
  5. OS 9.07 (12:23) Bonus Track

Details

Recording Date: 09 June 2001 (live), June 2001 (studio), 2000/2007 (bonus)

Recording site(s): Osnabrück (live), Hambühren (studio/bonus)

Producer(s): Klaus Schulze

Composer(s): Klaus Schulze, Wolfgang Tiepold

Musician(s): Klaus Schulze, Wolfgang Tiepold (cello), Tom Dams (vocals)

Notes

LIVE @ KLANGART stems from Schulze's 2001 appearance on the "KlangArt Festival" in the German town of Osnabrück. Except I Loop You Schwindelig and the bonus tracks, all music was recorded during his performance on 09 June 2001. I Loop You Schwindelig was recorded later in the studio as an addition to the first release.

Wolfgang Tiepold played cello on Cavalleria Cellisticana, Tracks Of Desire and bonus track Short Romance. He is also credited as co-composer of Cavalleria Cellisticana and Tracks Of Desire.

 On the first release  Breeze To Sequence, Loops To Groove and From Church To Search on CD1 are one contionuous track, as well as La Fugue Sequenza and Cavalleria Cellisticana on CD2. Therefore CD players give them as single long tracks.

All covers are by Stefan Rose.

In 2008 LIVE @ KLANGART was the twenty-ninth Schulze album reissued by REVISTED RECORDS as part of a series of Schulze album reissues. It contains of both LIVE @ KLANGART CDs, previously released as two separate albums. Both CDs got a bonus track: Short Romance is a slightly longer version of its first release in CONTEMPORARY WORKS I (2000), both featuring Wolfgang Tiepold on cello. OS 9.07 was especially recorded in 2007 for the reissue, featuring Tom Dams on vocals.

Equipment

Electronics

Releases

Germany

  • 2001 RAINHORSE RHMR 20001 2 CD [LIVE @ KLANGART CD1)
  • 2001 RAINHORSE RHMR 20001 3 CD [LIVE @ KLANGART CD2)
  • 2008 REVISTED REC. REV 088 2CD Digipack
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