Klaus Schulze ‎– Timewind

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Brain ‎– brain 1075, Brain ‎– BRAIN 1075
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A Bayreuth Return 30:25
B Wahnfried 1883 28:37

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Komposition " Wahnfried" by Klaus Schulze
d-minor, recorded 1975, at Berliner Weltklang-Studio
1 Berlin 30, Schwäbischstr. 7 Germany, Tel 030/2117459

This LP is dedicated to Richard Wagner.
LP: TIMEWIND Side 1 : Bayreuth Return
Side 2 : Wahnfried 1883
Cover by Urs Amman
contact : Klaus Schulze 1 Berlin 30 Schwäbische str. 7, Germany
Tel 030/2117454 or 030/3423552
p. 1975
A product of Metronome Records GmbH. 2 Hamburg 1 . Hammerbrookstrasse 73 . Made in W.-Germany.

Catalogue number is 'BRAIN 1075' on spine and 'brain 1075' elsewhere on the release.

Different markings on A and B side runout

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 664925 S1 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 664925 S2 G
  • Matrix / Runout (Handwritten): Brain S ʅ - 1075 A * PF
  • Matrix / Runout (Handwritten): S ʅ- 1075 B PF

Other Versions (5 of 48) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
YX-7057-VR Klaus Schulze Timewind(LP, Album, Gat) Virgin YX-7057-VR Japan 1975 Sell This Version
833 128-2 Klaus Schulze Timewind(CD, Album, RE) Brain 833 128-2 Germany 1991 Sell This Version
none, 318 Klaus Schulze Timewind(CD, Album, Ltd, Unofficial) First Town Records, ООО "ДОРА" none, 318 Russia 1997 Sell This Version
CDCAP 2006, CDCA2006 Klaus Schulze Timewind(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Virgin, Virgin CDCAP 2006, CDCA2006 UK 1998 Sell This Version
27006 ET, 27006-ET Klaus Schulze Timewind(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Virgin, Virgin 27006 ET, 27006-ET Netherlands 1975 Sell This Version

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ultimathulerecords

ultimathulerecords

February 25, 2014
TIMEWIND was undoubtedly the one that really put him on the scene proper. When you look back, there was nothing (circa 1975) at all like it, with two very long cosmic dreamscapes almost an hour total in length! On this album Klaus has amassed a whole orchestra of keyboards, he had become a true technophile - but one with a heart and the ability to exude deep emotion, feeling and atmosphere. The influential TIMEWIND was certainly a major factor in defining the synth music of today, particular as influence on early Neuronium, Mark Shreeve, Michael Stearns, Steve Roach, and of course Kitaro!
From my Klaus Schulze feature in Audion #21, published in May 1992
tom1963

tom1963

November 25, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
When anyone talks about the world of electronic music usually the first names that come up are "Tangerine Dream" "Kraftwerk" & of course "Klaus Schulze" not necessarily in that order : ) - anyway many fans of Klaus & there are many, have their own personal favorite albums that they like & admire by him & he has quite a few classic gems in his discography - yet this one in my opinion stands out above them all, the re-release of this album is definitely worth getting & if you can find it buy the Japanese import (mini - lp version) of this excellent cd it may be a bit expensive but well worth it... Just a fantastic album... enough said...
maedecedeam

maedecedeam

October 21, 2010
While "Bayreuth Return" conquers your mind with its pulsing, mesmerizing gamelan-like ostinatos that agitate and persist beneath the imperative soundings of some monstrous and inconsolable being, it is "Wahnfried 1883" that conquers your emotions.

Surfacing from the unimaginable abyss of some impossibly vast panorama, the plaintive, tragic and intensely eerie resonances of this monolithic aria all but obliterate one's emotional defenses, insisting--imploring--total surrender.