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Klaus Schulze - "Ways of Changes" - Excellent opening track from his "Blackdance" album, released in 1974

Performed by: Klaus Schulze & Ernst Walter Siemon (vocal).

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Klaus Schulze (born 4 August 1947) is a German electronic music pioneer, composer and musician. He also used the alias Richard Wahnfried. He was briefly a member of the bands Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, and The Cosmic Jokers before launching a solo career consisting of more than 60 albums released across five decades.

Blackdance is one of Klaus Schulze's early albums. There are lots of predictors that point to where his career would go. The tempo changes are smooth and sure and the sequences are varied - some are deep and strong, others are long on atmosphere. Schulze mixes these elements seamlessly with experimental timbres and spatial textures. He adds an organ drone to give the disc a Baroque attitude and sinister overtones. This is more atmospheric than most of his albums.

It’s different and very unique for its time. To my mind, in a nutshell, it’s a cure for nyctophobia (fear of darkness), and a thumbs-up ambient piece. Klaus Shulze is truly a distinct character when it comes to the history of music, but more of a iconic character to the history of German music, especially with this 1974 release Blackdance. It brings about a mixture of experimental, scenic melodies and dark ambiece – certainly dark ambience. It is produced as a three track LP with the collaboration of experimenting instruments such as the synthesiser, percussion, 12-string guitar, organ and piano, with the once-off track introduction of soprano by Ernst Walter Siemon.

Tracklist

A1 Ways Of Changes 17:50
A2 Some Velvet Phasing 8:30
B Voices Of Syn 22:30

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Delta Acoustic Studio
  • Manufactured By – Metronome Records GmbH
  • Pressed By – Phonodisc GmbH – 0664.500

Credits

  • Bass Vocals – Ernst Walter Siemon
  • Cover [Cover-pictures] – Urs Amann
  • Engineer [Toning] – Helly Pohl
  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut By – PF*
  • Mixed By – K. Schulze*
  • Producer, Synthesizer, Organ, Piano, Percussion, Trumpet [Phase], Acoustic Guitar [12string], Orchestra, Composed By – Klaus Schulze

Notes

First pressing with 'Metronome' wording across the green labels.
Released in a gatefold cover.

Recorded at Delta Acoustic Studio, Berlin

All music was played on Farfisa-Equipment

p. 1974
A Product of Metronome Records GmbH

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A): st-1051-A B2 2 0664.500 S1²
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side B): st-1051-B 0664.500 S2 PF C1
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
833 129-2 Klaus Schulze Blackdance ‎(CD, Album, RE) Brain 833 129-2 Germany Unknown
BRAIN 0001.051, brain 1051 Klaus Schulze Blackdance ‎(LP, Album, RE) Brain, Brain BRAIN 0001.051, brain 1051 Germany Unknown
ORL 8176, CA 2003 Klaus Schulze Blackdance ‎(LP, Album, RE) Caroline Records, Caroline Records ORL 8176, CA 2003 Italy Unknown
brain 1051, 000.1051 Klaus Schulze Blackdance ‎(LP, Album, RE) Brain, Brain brain 1051, 000.1051 Germany Unknown
MAR 071246, REV 074 Klaus Schulze Blackdance ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Belle Antique, Revisited Rec. MAR 071246, REV 074 Japan 2007


Klaus Schulze - Blackdance mp3 play

Performer: Klaus Schulze

Title: Blackdance

Country: Germany

Date of release: 1974

Style: Experimental, Ambient, Berlin-School

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1934 mb

Size FLAC: 1298 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 136

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Gio
I felt it important to listen to this album because of 'some velvet phasing'.i love this effect and had previously thought that Jarre had done it first.apparently not.though to be fair JMJ used it to greater effect in my view.nonethless, Klaus did it first.
Gio
I felt it important to listen to this album because of 'some velvet phasing'.i love this effect and had previously thought that Jarre had done it first.apparently not.though to be fair JMJ used it to greater effect in my view.nonethless, Klaus did it first.
I am hcv men
From what Ive read most people write this off as boring, monotone and downright dark. While I think its progressively better that his first two drone like and experimental albums it was still relatively a new release in this soon to be pioneer of Germanic electronic space musicians catalog.What the "open" ended ear received is three long hypnotic compositions ranging from slightly psychedelic i.e. Ways of Change with its conga and 12 string acoustic arpeggios combined with phased organ and analog synthesizer accompaniment. By the last track Voice of Syn you are shellacked with a male vocalist singing in what I imagine is German against heavily phased sweeping Farfisa organ and synthesized percussion.The music IS minimalist and intentionally isnt based around three chord American blues rock music nor is it classical tho one can hear some Bach-esque organ like meanderings. Schulze was expressing the freedom not to conform to a particular style or the pressure to hook you the listener in with a hook and bait melody. Instead he chooses to use his primitive electronic instruments to create tone paintings with long broad strokes and darker hues like a long winter in the hinterlands. As a genuine artist he follows his own path and for that you cannot fault him.BD was never a release I felt a strong point in his catalog especially having been introduced to his music via Timewind however I enjoy its genuine departure from making music to conform to any popular trend, style or sound.That in my book is why I enjoy all his earlier music!
I am hcv men
From what Ive read most people write this off as boring, monotone and downright dark. While I think its progressively better that his first two drone like and experimental albums it was still relatively a new release in this soon to be pioneer of Germanic electronic space musicians catalog.What the "open" ended ear received is three long hypnotic compositions ranging from slightly psychedelic i.e. Ways of Change with its conga and 12 string acoustic arpeggios combined with phased organ and analog synthesizer accompaniment. By the last track Voice of Syn you are shellacked with a male vocalist singing in what I imagine is German against heavily phased sweeping Farfisa organ and synthesized percussion.The music IS minimalist and intentionally isnt based around three chord American blues rock music nor is it classical tho one can hear some Bach-esque organ like meanderings. Schulze was expressing the freedom not to conform to a particular style or the pressure to hook you the listener in with a hook and bait melody. Instead he chooses to use his primitive electronic instruments to create tone paintings with long broad strokes and darker hues like a long winter in the hinterlands. As a genuine artist he follows his own path and for that you cannot fault him.BD was never a release I felt a strong point in his catalog especially having been introduced to his music via Timewind however I enjoy its genuine departure from making music to conform to any popular trend, style or sound.That in my book is why I enjoy all his earlier music!
IWAS
I like this album... over the years I've grown to like it & appreciate it more & more... some fans like it others aren't to keen on it... but I feel it's a good album that gets downplayed a bit unfairly....
IWAS
I like this album... over the years I've grown to like it & appreciate it more & more... some fans like it others aren't to keen on it... but I feel it's a good album that gets downplayed a bit unfairly....
Haralem
Fairly boring piece imho where it sounds like he is only hitting the black note keys on his keyboard and here and there manages to play out of tune even. As another reviewer put it the poor relation to Timewind.
Haralem
Fairly boring piece imho where it sounds like he is only hitting the black note keys on his keyboard and here and there manages to play out of tune even. As another reviewer put it the poor relation to Timewind.