Klaus Schulze - "X". FLAC album
Style: Modern Classical, Berlin-School
FLAC version ZIP size: 1498 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1267 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1370 mb
Other Formats: ADX VOC AA AHX TTA MOD VOX
The former CD of ". was altered in sound (not to everybody's delight) and some tracks were a bit shorter as on the original vinyl album. We have added a remarkable version of "Ludwig", played and recorded live in concert in September 1978 during a show by KS who was accompanied by a classical orchestra of young people. This release comes as a tri-fold Digipak with twenty-four page booklet. This is the only release of the album featuring the complete, original recording of "Georg Trakl".
In 1971 Schulze started a solo career as an electronic musician and released a couple of heavily experimental albums, "Irrlicht" and "Cyborg"
Klaus Schulze (born 4 August 1947) is a German electronic music pioneer, composer and musician. He also used the alias Richard Wahnfried. He was briefly a member of the bands Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, and The Cosmic Jokers before launching a solo career consisting of more than 60 albums released across five decades.
X is a music studio album recording by KLAUS SCHULZE (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1978 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Klaus Schulze - "X" (Sechs Musikalische Biographien) - Brain - 0080.
X (Klaus Schulze album). Klaus Schulze – electronics, percussion (on "Friedemann Bach" and "Heinrich von Kleist"). Harald Grosskopf – drum kit. Wolfgang Tiepold – cello (on "Heinrich von Kleist"), conductor (on "Ludwig II. von Bayern" and "Objet d'Louis"). B. Dragic – solo violin (on "Friedemann Bach"). Small string orchestra from Orchester des Hessischen Rundfunks (on "Ludwig II. von Bayern"). Large string orchestra of young Belgian musicians (on "Objet d'Louis").
This discography contains all of Klaus Schulze's solo records, as well as most of his musical collaborations with other artists on records. Samplers containing only (parts of) previously released Klaus Schulze tracks are not mentioned here. All others are mentioned in detail in The Works. The given times of both the single tracks of an album as well as the complete albums are only approximations
Each track on X or "Ten" (since it's Schulze's tenth release ) is titled after famous German personalities, but it's the provocative electronic music within the names that makes this one of his best albums. On this two-CD set, Schulze's sequencer is joined by electric guitar and drums, that pleasingly brings an earthy, simplistic feel into his pastiches. 1978 studio album by Klaus Schulze. On X Schulze attempted to execute a concept album of six "musical biographies" evoking contemporary or historical intellectuals with an influence on Schulze: Friedrich Nietzsche, Georg Trakl, Frank Herbert, Friedemann Bach, Ludwig II. von Bayern, and Heinrich von Kleist. In Ludwig II. von Bayern Schulze uses a theme borrowed from the third movement of Vivaldi's Concerto No. 11 in D minor (RV565) for 2 violins, cello and strings.
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Tom Tom – Klaus SchulzeViolin, Soloist – B. Dragic
|2-1||Ludwig II Von Bayern
Conductor – Wolfgang TiepoldOrchestra [Small String Orchestra From] – Orchester Des Hessischen Rundfunks*
|2-2||Heinrich Von Kleist
Cello – Wolfgang TiepoldTom Tom, Cymbal – Klaus Schulze
Conductor – Wolfgang TiepoldOrchestra [A Large String Orchestra Of Young Belgium Musicians] – Unknown Artist
- Licensed From – SPV GmbH
- Distributed By – SPV GmbH – SPV 089-304042 DCD
- Distributed By – SPV GmbH – SPV 304042 DCD
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Revisited Records
- Copyright (c) – Revisited Records
- Published By – P.O.E.M. Musikverlag
- Published By – Virgin Music Publishing
- Pressed By – Sonopress Arvato – 51559117
- Pressed By – Sonopress Arvato – 51559118
- Composed By – Klaus Schulze
- Coordinator [Re-release Coordination] – Michael Schmitz
- Drums [Drum Kit] – Harald Grosskopf
- Layout [Re-release Layout] – Thomas Ewerhard
- Liner Notes [Essay, 1978] – K. D. Mueller*
- Liner Notes [Interview With Klaus Schulze In November 2004] – Albrecht Piltz
- Liner Notes [Quotations From An Interview With Klaus Schulze Done Exclusively For This Edition, November 2004] – Albrecht Piltz
- Liner Notes [Translations] – Markus Schurr, Nigel Pemberton
- Other [Tea And Open Ears] – Julia Goltsman
- Reissue Producer [Re-release Producer] – Klaus D. Mueller*
- Synthesizer [Big Moog, PPG, Minimoogs, ARP Odyssey, Korg Poly Synthi, Polymoog, EMS Synthi A], Mellotron, Sequenced By [PPG Sequencer] – Klaus Schulze
Notes"X". (Sechs musikalische Biographien).
"X". was recorded from January to Summer 1978 in Frankfurt.
Original release (without "Objet d'Louis", and with only 5:20 of "Georg Trakl") September 1978.
The bonus track "Objet d'Louis" is published worldwide by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag.
All other tracks are published outside Germany, Austria, Switzerland by Virgin Music Publ. and inside of Germany, Austria, Switzerland by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag.
© 2004 Universal Music
℗ 1978 Universal Music (tracks 1 to 4 of CD 1 and tracks 1 and 2 of CD 2)
© 2004 Klaus Schulze ("Objet d'Louis") under exclusive license to SPV GmbH.
This re-release of a classic Klaus Schulze album has some little differences from the formerly available CD version. The former CD of "X." was altered in sound (not to everybody's delight) and some tracks were a bit shorter as on the original vinyl album.
We have added a remarkable version of "Ludwig", played and recorded live in concert in September 1978 during a show by KS who was accompanied by a classical orchestra of young people. This orchestra had very little time for rehearsal.
Originally released in 1978.
℗ & © 2005 Revisited Records. Distributed by SPV GmbH. Made In Germany. Licensed from SPV GmbH.
Revisited Rec. A division of InsideOut Music. www.insideout.de
(Catalogue number variant 'SPV 089-304042 DCD' appears)
On Spines: (Catalogue number variant 'SPV 089-304042 DCD' appears)
On CDs: (Catalogue number variant 'SPV 304042 DCD' appears.)
The number 10 appears prominently on the spines and both CDs artwork.
This release comes as a tri-fold Digipak with twenty-four page booklet.
This is the only release of the album featuring the complete, original recording of "Georg Trakl".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 6 93723 04042 4
- Barcode (Scanned): 693723040424
- Label Code: LC 13827
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout (CD1): 51559117/304042-1NEU 21
- Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LP73
- Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 0764
- Matrix / Runout (CD2): 51559118/304042-2NEU 23
- Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LB45
- Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 0767
|0080.023-2, 0080.023||Klaus Schulze||"X" (2xLP, Album)||Brain, Brain||0080.023-2, 0080.023||Germany||1978|
|MIG 01632 2CD||Klaus Schulze||"X." (2xCD, Album, RE)||MIG||MIG 01632 2CD||Germany||2016|
|SPV 304041 2LP||Klaus Schulze||"X". (2xLP, Album, RE)||Revisited Rec.||SPV 304041 2LP||Germany||2009|
|18-7024-4||Klaus Schulze||X (2xCass, Album, RE)||Gramavision||18-7024-4||US||1984|
|833 627-2||Klaus Schulze||"X". (2xCD, Album, RE)||Brain||833 627-2||Europe||Unknown|