sexta-feira, 12 de fevereiro de 2016

Michael Hoenig | Departure from the Northern Wasteland

Hoenig was one of many German composers to emerge from the innovative, electronic underground scene thriving in that country during the '60s and '70s. He first came to recognition in the progressive rock… 
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A short time after leaving Tangerine Dream, Michael Hoenig started a short collaboration with Klaus Schulze (as a duo called Timewind), and then with Manuel Göttsching from Ash Ra Tempel (which eventually resulted in the release of Early Water). Finally, in late 1976 he started to work on a solo release that would become Departure From The Northern Wasteland -- by many fans of electronic music regarded as a classic album of the Berlin School style. Michael Hoenig was supported on guitars by two former band mates from Agitation Free -- Lutz Ulbrich and Micki Duwe. The latter wrote and played the lead harmonies on the track Sun And Moon, while Lutz "Lüül" Ulbrich played on the title track. The voices on Voices Of Where were performed by Uschi Obermaier, a German model, formerly of Amon Düül.

0:00:00 - Departure From The Northern Wasteland [20.58]
0:20:58 - Hanging Garden Transfer [11.02]
0:32:00 - Voices Of Where [6.20]
0:38:20 - Sun And Moon [4.18]

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