Klaus Schulze delivers a brilliant album once again. It is so good to listen to these wonderful synths melodies! So captivating, relaxing like during the superb opening song "Sequenzer From 70 To 07". No sequencing at all but only magic.
It reflects an atmospheric ambiance, an ocean of tranquillity and piece of mind. In one word: splendid. I am brought back some thirty years from now while listening to it. And I like this feeling. A lot.
The tradition of very long pieces is also remarkable. The mood of the second one (almost twenty minutes as well) is much darker and colder than the warm opener. My impression is not as good as it is for "Sequencer". "Euro Caravan" is too lengthy and monotonous; but once in a while KS has released such a piece: fine to listen to a couple of times but not precisely too often.
The third long piece of music which closes this album is a thirty minutes + epic: "Thor" is leading us to the boundaries of time and space. As far as time is concerned, one can say without being treated of harshness, which the good old seventies are brought back on the forefront. And this is fine.
One needs to listen quite of time to this song to realize its richness. After a first listen, one can believe that this is only a monotonous and only repetitive track. But the more I listened to it, the more attracted I was.
Melodic and very quiet all the way through, this track is excellent for meditation, balance and peace of mind. Very good composition with ambient and distinctive themes.progarchives.com
Track List: 1. Sequenzer (from 70 to 07) (24:54) 2. Euro Caravan (19:41) 3. Thor (Thunder) (31:47) ---------------------------------------------- Klaus Schulze / keyboards, electronic, sampling, composition.