Klaus Schulze - Mirage FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Stage and Screen
Style: Soundtrack, Berlin-School
FLAC version ZIP size: 1656 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1488 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1672 mb
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In Booklet: "Mirage" was recorded during January 1977 in Hambühren and Frankfurt, Germany. Original release (without the bonus track): April 1977. Eine elektronische Winterlandschaft. Dedicated to Hans Dieter Schulze. Special thanks to Blanche for moral support. Recorded and mixed at studio Panne Paulsen, Frankfurt/Main Jan 77. Tracks 1 and 2 are published outside Germany, Austria, Switzerland by Virgin Music Publ. and inside of Germany, Austria, Switzerland by . Tracks 3 is published worldwide by .
Mirage (Klaus Schulze album). It was originally released in 1977, and in 2005 was the first Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. A slightly different version of "Velvet Voyage" is included on the reissue.
Klaus Schulze: Mirage 1977. Body Love Vol. 2. Cover: Island Records. Recorded: January 1977, Hambühren and Frankfurt. First Release: April 1977, on Brain and Island. Performed by: Klaus Schulze.
According to interviews with Klaus (that have been reprinted in the liner notes) he wanted to create an "electronic winter landscape". All in all, this is another excellent album by Klaus. Mirage is very highly recommended along with the similar Timewind (1975). For those of you that like the drum accompaniment, listen to Moondawn and Body Love. The album X (1978) is also worth adding to your Klaus Schulze collection. 4 people found this helpful.
Mirage is the eighth album by Klaus Schulze. Space music typically evokes a sense of spatial imagery and emotion or sensations of floating, cruising, flying and other transportative sensations. Body Love is the seventh album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1977, and in 2005 was the ninth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. It is the original soundtrack for the porn movie of the same name by Lasse Braun. Track listing - All tracks composed by Klaus Schulz. mage: Body Love Klaus Schulze Album. 2 is the ninth album by Klaus Schulze.
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In 2002, two Klaus Schulze albums (Mirage and Timewind) were included in 25 Most Influential Ambient Albums Of All Time. Before 1969 he was a drummer in a band called Psy Free. He met Edgar Froese from Tangerine Dream in the Zodiac Club in Berlin in that time West-Germany. In 1970 he left this group to form Ash Ra Tempel with Manuel Göttsching and Hartmut Enke
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- Distributed By – SPV GmbH – SPV 085-304032 CD
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Revisited Records
- Coordinator [Re-release Coordination] – Michael Schmitz
- Layout [Re-release Layout] – Thomas Ewerhard
- Liner Notes [Booklet Page 14] – KDM*
- Liner Notes [Digipak Rear Panel] – K. Schulze*
- 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] – Jim Pitulski, Markus Schurr
- Photography By – Guido Harari
- Producer [Original], Performer, Composed By – Klaus Schulze
- Reissue Producer [Re-release Producer] – Klaus D. Müller
NotesWith Japanese booklet and obi
"Mirage" was recorded during January 1977 in Hambühren and Frankfurt, Germany.
Original release (without the bonus track) April 1977.
Eine elektronische Winterlandschaft.
Dedicated to Hans Dieter Schulze.
Special thanks to Blanche for moral support.
Recorded and mixed at studio Panne Paulsen, Frankfurt/Main Jan 77.
Tracks 1 and 2 are published outside Germany, Austria, Switzerland by Virgin Music Publ. and inside of Germany, Austria, Switzerland by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag.
Tracks 3 is published worldwide by P.O.E.M. Musikverlag.
© 2004 Universal Music (tracks 1 and 2)
© 2004 Klaus Schulze (track 3) under exclusive license to SPV GmbH.
℗ 1977 Universal Music (tracks 1 and 2)
℗ 2004 Klaus Schulze (track 3) under exclusive license to SPV GmbH.
Originally released in 1977.
℗ & © 2005 Revisited Records, a division of SPV GmbH. Distributed by SPV GmbH. Made In Germany.
Revisited Rec. A division of SPV GmbH. www.spv.de
The number 08 appears prominently on the spines and 8 appears on the CD artwork.
This release comes as a tri-fold Digipak with sixteen page booklet.
This version of 'Velvet Voyage' is slightly different from previous releases. Track 3 is a formerly unreleased long track that Klaus Schulze recorded six months prior to "Mirage". It's the complete version of a soundtrack piece that was originally used for a Dutch movie. Only five minutes from this piece was ever used before on a now long-deleted sampler.
There exist two pressings of this release. First pressing contains bad quality transfers of all tracks with lots of glitches and very low sound volume. The second pressing corrects most of glitches in tracks 1 and 2, although track 3 still contains them (but this may be due to the source tapes themselves which are apologised for in the booklet. 51523360/304032-1 21 matrix is for one of the second pressing 'corrected' variants)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 693723040325
- Barcode (Text): 6 93723 04032 5
- Matrix / Runout: 51523360/304032-1 21
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP 73
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0775
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 13827
|60.040||Klaus Schulze||Mirage (LP, Album, Gat)||Brain||60.040||Germany||1977|
|ILPS 9461||Klaus Schulze||Mirage (LP, Album)||Island Records||ILPS 9461||UK||1977|
|L 36276, L-36,276, ILPS 9461, ILPS-9641||Klaus Schulze||Mirage (LP, Album, Gat)||Island Records, Island Records, Island Records, Island Records||L 36276, L-36,276, ILPS 9461, ILPS-9641||Australia||1977|
|BELLE 182903||Klaus Schulze||Mirage (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||Belle Antique||BELLE 182903||Japan||2018|
|none||Klaus Schulze||Mirage (3xFile, MP3, Album, RM, 320)||ООО Universal Music||none||Russia||2017|