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Sergius GolowinLord Krishna Von Goloka

Label:Die Kosmischen Kuriere – KK 58002, Ohr – KK 58002, Die Kosmischen Kuriere – KK 58.002, Ohr – KK 58.002
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Genre:Electronic, Rock


A1Der Reigen16:34
A2Die Weiße Alm
Written-ByDollase*, Golowin*
BDie Hoch-Zeit19:25

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  • Acoustic Guitar [Ak. Gitarre]Bernd Witthüser
  • Acoustic Guitar [Ak. Gitarre], Flute [Flöten], Harmonica [Mundharmonika], Wind [Südkambodschanisches Windspiel], Psaltery [Psalter], Tabla [Tablas], Percussion [Perkussion]Walter Westrupp
  • Design [Cover-Design]Willemsen + Geitner
  • Drums [Schlagzeug], Organ [Orgel], Mellotron, Electric Guitar [E-Gitarre], Acoustic Guitar [Ak. Gitarre], Electronics, Percussion [Perkussion]Klaus Schulze
  • Electric Guitar [E-Gitarre], Acoustic Guitar [Ak. Gitarre], Bass [Baß], Bongos, Choir [Chor]Jerry Berkers
  • Electric Guitar [E-Gitarre], Organ [Orgel], Percussion [Perkussion], Voice [Stimme], Choir [Chor], Flute [Flöte], Electronics, Congas, Triangle [Triangel], GlockenspielJörg Mierke
  • Painting [Inside]Walter Wegmüller
  • Photography By [Fotos Von]Marcel Fugère
  • Piano, Mellotron, Vibraphone [Vibraphon], Triangle [Triangel], Guitar [Gitarre]Jürgen Dollase
  • Producer [Mit Hilfe Von]Gille Lettmann
  • Producer [Produziert Von]Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser
  • Recorded By [Aufgenommen Von]Dieter Dierks
  • Typography [Typografie]Peter Geitner
  • Voice [Stimme], Liner NotesSergius Golowin


Aufgenommen von Dieter Dierks im Studio Dierks in Stommeln, vorbereitet in Interlaken, Gfell, Bern und Dill.
[Recorded by Dieter Dierks at Studio Dierks in Stommeln, prepared in Interlaken, Gfell, Bern and Dill.]

Eine Ohr-Produktion für [An Ohr production for] „Kosmischen Kuriere”

Liner notes: Sergius Golowin, Interlaken
Inside painting signed: Walter Wegmüller 72

Printed in German [on rear cover]
Made in German by Metronome Records GmbH [on "Seite 2" label]

Gatefold cover.
Catalogue number variations are: KK 58002 on front cover, KK 58.002 on spine and Side B label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): ST-KK-58.002-A (0664.259 S 1)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): ST-KK-58.002-B (0664.259 S 2)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 0664 259 S1 KK 58 002 A ℗ 1973 320
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 0664 259 S2 KK 58 002 B ℗ 1973 320

Other Versions (5 of 9)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Lord Krishna Von Goloka (LP, Quadraphonic)PDUPld. SQ 6061Italy1976
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Lord Krishna Von Goloka (CD, Album, Reissue)Spalax Music, Spalax Music14883, spalax 14883France1996
Recently Edited
Lord Krishna Von Goloka (CD, Album, Reissue)Ohr, Pilz (2), Ohr Today, Die Kosmischen KuriereOHR 70013-2Germany1999
Recently Edited
Lord Krishna Von Goloka (LP, Album, Reissue)Think ProgressiveTPLP 1.812.035Germany1999
New Submission
Lord Krishna Von Goloka (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue)Wah Wah RecordsLPS040Spain2007


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Although Klaus was apparently fed up with playing drums and wanted to concentrate on making electronic music, his days as a rock drummer was not over yet. In 1972 he recorded a 30 minute drum solo tape TOTEMFEUER that was used for a ballet production at the Paris Theatre de la Quest as well as backing for later concert performances. Also he became involved in a project fronted by poet and artist Sergius Golowin (one of the group of friends involved with Timothy Leary during his exile in Switzerland). The resultant album LORD KRISHNA VON GOLOKA is quite a masterpiece, a dense psychedelic rock with a very open cosmic sound, folky and electronic touches, and texts by Sergius. Klaus not only played drums but also organ, mellotron, guitar and electronics. On further such "Cosmic Courier" sessions, Klaus would leave the drums to Wallenstein member Harald Großkopf and concentrate on synths and keyboards.
From my Klaus Schulze feature in Audion #21, published in May 1992