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Klaus Schulze - Moonlake

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    Moonlake is the thirty-fifth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 2005, and, taking in consideration the previously released multi-disc box sets (Silver Edition, Historic Edition, Jubilee Edition, Contemporary Works I, and Contemporary Works II), it could be viewed as Schulze's ninety-sixth album.

    The first two tracks were recorded in the studio while the last two are live. The music is more modern electronic music circa 2005 than anything heard before or since. Plenty of sequencing and synthesizer sounds subtly brought in the way Klaus Schulze does.

    Schulze dedicated the album to Robert "Bob" Moog in the album liner notes. Moog had recently died during production of the album.
    Track Listings:
    1 Playmate In Paradise 30:07
    2 Artemis In Jubileo 17:49
    3 Same Thoughts Lion 10:38
    4 Mephisto 15:23
    Total Time: 74:04
    Artist Name(s):
    Keyboards – Klaus Schulze

    Tom Dams
    Release Year: 2005
    Ambient, Berlin
    Album Type:
    Live, Studio
    Compact Disc
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Thomas Ewerhard, Oliver Mensing, Claus Cordes
    Studio Name:
    Klaus Schulze Studio
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Synthetic Symphony
    Catalog Number(s):
    SPV 63882 CD
    Editions / Reissues
    1. SPV 63882 CD Germany 2005
    2. SPV 63882 CD Russia 2005
    3. Unofficial - Not On Label (Klaus Schulze) LDR 3531 Russia 2005
    4. Moon Records (2) MR 1549-2 Ukraine 2006
    5. Unofficial - Synthetic Symphony (2) SPV 63882 CD Russia 2005
    Synthesizers Used
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