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"Having arrived in Austria following a protracted lean period, Roedelius finally had the chance to work in a studio which was not only well equipped, but was also run by a kindred spirit sound engineer. The favourable working conditions, a myriad of new impressions and, ...
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BB125 | BUREAU B

"Having arrived in Austria following a protracted lean period, Roedelius finally had the chance to work in a studio which was not only well equipped, but was also run by a kindred spirit sound engineer. The favourable working conditions, a myriad of new impressions and, ...
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BB125LP | BUREAU B

"It was 1977. First came Bowie's Low, then Eno's Before And After Science, which led me to Cluster and Eno, released earlier that year. What a year to be 16 years old! Cluster and Eno led me to Can and Neu!, et al but none of this so called Krautrock had the je ne sais ...
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BB187 | BUREAU B

"It was 1977. First came Bowie's Low, then Eno's Before And After Science, which led me to Cluster and Eno, released earlier that year. What a year to be 16 years old! Cluster and Eno led me to Can and Neu!, et al but none of this so called Krautrock had the je ne sais ...
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BB187LP | BUREAU B

""Offene Türen" is a purely electronic album. Without losing himself in their infinite tonal possibilities, Roedelius delights in playing a selection of synthesizers. He even deploys an analogue rhythm machine now and then to discreet effect. Roedelius takes great care ...
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BB127LP | BUREAU B

"In 1985, Hans-Joachim Roedelius was still perceived by the music community as an electronic artist. Yet ever since taking delivery of his Bösendorfer grand piano in 1983, his interest had grown in the most royal of instruments: the piano. Whilst staying with Brian Eno ...
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BB078LP | BUREAU B

"Alongside his ongoing work with Cluster and Harmonia, Hans-Joachim Roedelius amassed an almost incalculable number of musical notations during his time in the idyllic Weser Uplands. Fleeting sketches, spontaneous improvisations, implied miniatures, rough compositions - ...
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BB063LP | BUREAU B

"With "Selbstportrait I" Roedelius gave unequivocal confirmation that he no longer was treading the hitherto common paths of electronic music. "Selbstportrait II" corroborated the findings: for Roedelius, electronics would no longer be a means of creating abstract, ...
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BB064LP | BUREAU B

"During the legendary Forst years Roedelius had a private workspace with a Farfisa organ, a Revox-A77 tape machine, an echo device and a synthesizer which he borrowed from the Cluster studio next door now and again. Here he experimented, practised, allowed his ...
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BB193 | BUREAU B

"Of all the Roedelius solo releases, this is the one which most closely resembles the work of Cluster. "Wasser im Wind" sees Roedelius use a wide variety of musical and sonic ingredients hitherto associated with Cluster, almost as if he sought to erect a monument to the ...
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BB069LP | BUREAU B

"If we can agree on 1969 as the year of Cluster's inception, then Roedelius needed a good 17 years to discover the aural qualities and musical beauty of the grand piano for his own compositions. Rarely has the title of a Roedelius album so poetically and yet so ...
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BB066LP | BUREAU B