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Klaus Schulze - Blackdance album download

Klaus Schulze - Blackdance album download Performer: Klaus Schulze
Album: Blackdance
Country: Germany
Released: 1988
Style: Experimental, Ambient, Berlin-School
Size MP3: 1259 mb.
Size FLAC: 1501 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
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Blackdance is the third album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1974, and in 2007 was the twenty-fifth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. Voices of Syn" features Ernst Walter Siemon on vocals

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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.

By: Klaus Schulze (1974, Electronic). More albums from Klaus Schulze: Inter Face by Klaus Schulze. Miditerranean Pads by Klaus Schulze. Beyond Recall by Klaus Schulze. Dosburg Online by Klaus Schulze. Silhouettes by Klaus Schulze. Vanity Of Sounds by Klaus Schulze. Big In Japan (Live In Tokyo 2010) by Klaus Schulze. Drive Inn by Klaus Schulze. View all albums . Blackdance. By: Klaus Schulze (1974, Electronic). 2. Some Velvet Phasing.

CYBORG (1973) < PICTURE MUSIC (1975). BLACKDANCE is the third solo album by Klaus Schulze, originally released in summer 1974. Ways Of Changes (17:13). Some Velvet Phasing (08:23). Voices Of Syn (22:40). Foreplay (10:33) Bonus Track. Synthies Have (No) Balls? (14:41) Bonus Track. Recording Date: May 1974. Recording site(s): Berlin. Recording engineer(s): Klaus Schulze. Producer(s): Klaus Schulze. Composer(s): Klaus Schulze. Musician(s): Klaus Schulze, Ernst Walter Siemon (voc).


1 Waves Of Changes 17:11
2 Some Velvet Phasing 8:28
3 Voices Of Syn 22:29

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Delta Acoustic Studio
  • Glass Mastered At – Nimbus


  • Artwork [Cover-pictures] – Urs Amann
  • Instruments [All Instruments Played By], Composed By, Producer – Klaus Schulze
  • Mixed By – K. Schulze*
  • Synthesizer, Organ, Piano, Percussion, Trumpet [Phase-trumpet], Twelve-String Guitar [Acoustic], Orchestra – Klaus Schulze
  • Technician [Toning] – Helly Pohl
  • Voice [Bass-voice] – Ernst Walter Siemon


First release on CD of this 1974 album.
Recorded at Delta Acoustic Studio, Berlin.

Catalogue number (on spine/rear/booklet): CDCA2003
Catalogue number (on CD): CDCA 2003

Issued in a standard jewel case with a 4-page booklet.
Total playing time 48:08.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored, Variant 1): CDCA 2003 · MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored, Variant 2): CDCA 2003 : ·MASTERED· ·BY NIMBUS·
  • Barcode (Text): 5 012981 243524
  • Barcode (String): 5012981243524
  • SPARS Code: AAD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
brain 1051, 1051 Klaus Schulze Blackdance ‎(LP, Album) Brain, Brain, Metronome brain 1051, 1051 Germany 1974
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

I first heard this album in 1994 or so, and it's one of about a half-dozen Klaus Schulze records I've been exposed to. Qualitatively, it ranks somewhere in the middle. However, it's a bit different from his other work, being a little colder and harsher with its rhythmic bits. At the time, I felt that were it to be reissued on the Rephlex label with no artwork or details on the packaging, it'd be hailed as some new secret dark ambient / hard techno DJ-tool project of that label's luminaries. Filed under just "electronic"/"experimental", though, with Klaus Schulze's name and dated psychedelic artwork on it, it was bound to languish in the bins, unknown to all but the most adventurous of young DJs. Nowadays, 15 years on, I never listen to it, but I still remember it fondly as being part of an intense period of zoning out to cold, deep drones and aggressive, industrial-ish machine music.