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    Zanov, Neuronium?
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    John Sherwood's long form stuff is as spacey as it gets - try the Saturn Suite or Music inspired by Blade Runner

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    "These Last Days", the debut-album from the late Richard Lainhart comes to mind.
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    Maybe a bit too psychedelic, but this one's a certain classic: "The Zodiac : Cosmic Sounds".


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    Stomu Yamashta's Go - Go
    Jan Hammer - The First Seven Days
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    couple of my tracks you might enjoy:

    https://soundcloud.com/pulsefield/marmalade-skies

    https://soundcloud.com/pulsefield/hd-85512b

    https://soundcloud.com/pulsefield/basidium

    https://soundcloud.com/pulsefield/cygnus



    also, a Spanish guy named Encke has a bunch of free Berlin School stuff on Soundcloud and elsewhere, highly recommended (start with "Zero Gravity" and "Paradoja de Fermi"):

    https://soundcloud.com/encke

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    Jack Ellister: Lichtpyramide

    Hadn't heard of Jack Ellister before. On his "Lichtpyramide" he focusses on his kosmische/Kraut-influences. Very gentle.

    This is an older song, a Roy Harper-cover, so something completely different:



    Ellister also made some psychedelic rock-records, so he's a real chameleon:


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    Lots of floaty spacey stuff on analog synths. https://raysammartano.bandcamp.com/
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    Bernard Xolotl with Daniel Kobialka — Procession

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    Bernard Xolotl with Daniel Kobialka — Procession


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    I have that one, boring new age in my opinion.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6U94XpfBE0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    I have that one, boring new age in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    One man’s wine the other man’s poison
    Isn't it always?

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    To some people "boring new age" is an automatic redundant phrase. That's the problem with the term "New Age", it pretty much damns the musical output right from the get-go.

    I purchased "Procession" by Xolotl and Kobialka when it was released in 1983 and liked it a lot. It was considered as "Progressive Electronic" at the time and it certainly was not sleep inducing or boring, as I listened to it. The reviews on PA and elsewhere uphold it as an intense trip through electronic soundscapes. That's a good description in my view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunRunner2 View Post
    To some people "boring new age" is an automatic redundant phrase. That's the problem with the term "New Age", it pretty much damns the musical output right from the get-go.

    I purchased "Procession" by Xolotl and Kobialka when it was released in 1983 and liked it a lot. It was considered as "Progressive Electronic" at the time and it certainly was not sleep inducing or boring, as I listened to it. The reviews on PA and elsewhere uphold it as an intense trip through electronic soundscapes. That's a good description in my view.
    I bought the album around the same time and I found it disappointing. The same with Earthstar - French skyline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    I bought the album around the same time and I found it disappointing. The same with Earthstar - French skyline.
    Understood, it's a matter of personal taste like everything in music and art. I also liked Earthstars albums, both "French Skyline" and "Atomkraft? Nein, Danke". Craig Wuest was pretty good with his synth sounds, although these two albums don't match the Xolotl and Kobialka release "Procession", in my view.

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    Jonn Serrie - On a Frontier of Fables



    Jonn Serrie - The Far River



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    Quote Originally Posted by SunRunner2 View Post
    "Atomkraft? Nein, Danke"
    Was that a widely used European phrase in the late 70s/early 80s? I think there are at least 3 albums with that as the title.
    He did not know that the sword he'd hold, would turn his priceless empire into fool's gold...

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Was that a widely used European phrase in the late 70s/early 80s? I think there are at least 3 albums with that as the title.
    Yes, and in America too. ("Nuclear power? No thanks" was a popular bumper sticker.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azol View Post
    Jonn Serrie - On a Frontier of Fables



    Jonn Serrie - The Far River



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    A lot of spacey stuff to listen to here and I am liking what I hear. Thanks for posting.

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    Stellardrone is one of my faves, all available for free on Bandcamp too:


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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Was that a widely used European phrase in the late 70s/early 80s? I think there are at least 3 albums with that as the title.
    There were also badges and stickers. I had one on my motorcycle, back at the times...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve983 View Post
    Stellardrone is one of my faves, all available for free on Bandcamp too
    Good stuff! Thanks for posting. I think I'll wait a few days and send him a few quid on Bandcamp's last "help artists through corona" Friday.

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