|Real Name:||Klaus Schulze|
Klaus Schulze (4 August 1947, Berlin – 26 April 2022) was a German electronic music pioneer, composer and musician. Schulze initially made his mark as a drummer, first with the group Psy Free, later with Tangerine Dream (he played on their first album "Electronic Meditation" before he quit) and Ash Ra Tempel (with Manuel Göttsching). In 1971 Schulze started a solo career as an electronic musician and released a couple of heavily experimental albums, "Irrlicht" and "Cyborg". 1973's "Cyborg" was the first release where he used a "real" synthesizer, the legendary VCS 3 and later in the 1970s he would record albums such as "Moondawn", "Mirage" and "X" and embark on several tours, documented across a number of live albums.
|Sites:||klaus-schulze.com , Soundcloud , Bandcamp , famouscomposers.net , Wikipedia , Wikipedia , Imdb |
|Aliases:||Richard Wahnfried, Schulzendorfer Groove Orchester|
|In Groups:||Ash Ra Tempel, Din A Testbild, Galactic Supermarket, Software, Stomu Yamashta's Go, Tangerine Dream, The Cosmic Jokers, The Dark Side Of The Moog|
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