Playing tracks by
Angst (Gerald Kargl, 1983), Barracuda (Henry Kerwin, Wayne Crawford, 1978), Next of Kin (Tony Williams, 1982), Daudet's Windmill (Samy Pavel, 1992), Body Love (Lasse Braun, 1978) and more.
Klaus Schulze (1947-2022) was an German composer, multi-instrumentalist and a pioneer of
Schulze was briefly a member of Tangerine Dream and Ash Ra Tempel before embarking on a prolific solo career releasing more than 60 albums across 50+ years.
Schulze’s output is in many ways comparable to Tangerine Dreams, with recurring dynamic sequences and textural soundscapes. But where Tangerine Dreams music is often recorded as semi-improvisational collages, Schulzes music is layered and carefully planned, and frequently featuring Schulzes excellent drumming.
Standouts in Schulzes soundtrack work are Angst (1983), Gerald Kargls harrowing film about a mass murderer released from prison, and Next of Kin( 1982), Tony Williams’ dreamlike retirement-home horror movie.