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Zum Wohl - Cluster - Sowiesoso (CD, Album)


  1. Shaktigor says:
    May 07,  · By the time 's Sowiesoso wistfulness and gentleness underpin songs like " Zum Wohl" and the title track. of their last full-length album that decade sound more like Cluster emulating.
  2. Jutaur says:
    The second Cluster album from Moebius' and Roedelius' mids sojourn in the rural village of Forst, Sowiesoso comes on like a sack full of electro fertility rites for spring. It has the kind of lo-fi analogue synths to make modern digital studio manager gag, yet is packed with the infectious rhythms and melodies that leave the rest of us.
  3. Yozshurisar says:
    repress; LP version. The fourth full-length album by legendary German electronic music duo Cluster, originally released on Sky Records in Sowiesoso follows on from their most highly-acclaimed album, Zuckerzeit (). Michael Rother 's influence was clearly audible on the latter, Cluster already having recorded two albums with him under the name of Harmonia. saw the .
  4. Turan says:
    This is basically the Cluster version of Another Green World. Nothing like Zuckerzeit (which is also pretty good) and on a different planet completely from the first two Cluster albums. Somewhat similar to Roedelius's solo work. The first and last track are the real highlights, but "Umleitung" is lots of fun and "Zum Wohl" is beautiful.
  5. Yozshukazahn says:
    Mar 20,  · Sowiesoso was Cluster's gentlest and most melodic album of electronic music to that point. Brian Eno had worked with Moebius and Roedelius with Harmonia prior to the recording of Sowiesoso and worked with Cluster again on two albums in 19and the influence of the British ambient musician is clearly heard on the softer and more controlled sound of this album.
  6. Fauzuru says:
    The evocative toybox melodies (usually the Roedelius compositions) on 's Zuckerzeit reached their peak with Sowiesoso, courtesy of ambling pieces like "Dem Wanderer," the title track, and the vaguely Oriental "Halwa."The drum programs are still irresistibly simplistic (not to say simple), but even when Sowiesoso stretches out into primarily beatless terrain ("Es War Einmal," "Zum Wohl Brand: Bureau B.
  7. Febei says:
    'Sowiesoso' is quite far-fetched from most other CD's I've heard. I would best tag this disc as good 'electronic krautrock'. Tunes I thought stood out the most were "Dem Wanderer", "Zum Wohl", the title track and the atmospheric "In Ewigkeit"/5(12).
  8. Nikojar says:
    Cluster CD discography Artist II was their second work for a major label and was released in Germany on the Brain label in This edition is newly remastered and fully restores the original album artwork and includes a booklet with new essay. Grenzgänger, Ymstrob, Sowiesoso, Nabitte, Emmental, Zum Wohl, Flutful, Im Süden, Na Ernel.

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