UMA (2)

Real Name:
Uwe Marburger
Uwe Marburger, whose nationality is German, has chosen pseudonym and acronym as the word UMA, which means in Hindu language - the living earth. Perhaps it is a nod to the origins of Nemo. Unknown to the general public, and for good reason, he has composed numerous musical pieces for various media such as games. This album entirely composed on synthesizer is a complete self-production. Uwe was supported on production by Ralf Hess (P.C.M.) which is a colleague of Peter Mergener. The work offers a personal vision, and light in its conception, the universe Oceanic Nemo. The fifteen tracks component, have some great moments of the novel. Not far from his countrymen Tangerine Dream, this work is modest but pleasant.

The artist himself lives in the Saarland (Germany). His place of birth is Wadern (Germany). He is a big fan of Jules Verne. To his work as a musician can be said that he is an organist and he also plays accordion. Furthermore he created more than hundred songs with his AMIGA-Computer. Publications and workshops concerning music-programms (Soundtracker) soon followed. He made the computer-disk-series M. His first CD is dedicated to Jules Verne, the great french novelist.

"The world does not need new machines and weapons, the world needs new people!", - says UMA.


UMA (2) Discography Tracks


CD-UMA 270965 UMA (2) - Mobilis In Mobile album art UMA (2) Mobilis In Mobile(CD, Album) UMA-Music CD-UMA 270965 Germany 1996 Sell This Version