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Episode 114: A Kosmische Tribute to Conrad Schnitzler Vol. 1

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Episode 114: A Kosmische Tribute to Conrad Schnitzler Vol. 1

This upload features tracks from Tangerine Dream, Kluster, Popol Vuh, KRAFTWERK, Klaus Schulze and more.

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KirRoyal
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Beautiful tracks and credit for digging a dig deeper into the genre

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Very enjoyable program!

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DJ Glow ◌◎
DJ Glow ◌◎3 years agoReplyDelete and block

Nice selection, but the cultural analysis could have gone a bit further - it is correct that US bands mainly drew from Blues at the time, whereas most German bands did not, but this is more than a coincidence: Not only was there no black (blues) sub-culture to inspire 'alternative' music (or to rip off, depending on who you ask) in Germany, there simply weren't _any_ cultural templates the post-WWII generation wanted to base their music on.

Kosmische Musik was precisely this: an attempt to question music as a cultural practice and reinvent it from scratch. Inspiration came from mysticism, technology, drugs, minimal music, politics, whatever... just as long as one steered clear from traditional German folk and classical music, which had been completely discredited during the Nazi era.

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Joseph Sannicandro
Joseph Sannicandro1 year agoDelete and block

Agreed. I don't think anything in this or part two is at odds with that.

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awesomeness in a box! Krautrock FTW!

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