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Soul Jazz Announce Third Deutsche Elektronische Musik
Christian Eede , November 6th, 2017 17:39

The third instalment of Soul Jazz's Deutsche Elektronische Musik compilation series will include music from Cluster, Neu! and more

Soul Jazz have announced details of a third volume of their Deutsche Elektronische Musik compilation series.

The 23-track compilation takes in music from the likes of Cluster, Neu!, Popol Vuh, Roedelius, Niagara, La Düsseldorf and many more. It has been put together from music exploring the intersection between German rock and electronic music released between 1971 and 1981.

The compilation will be released in triple-vinyl, double-CD and digital formats on December 1. It comes with sleeve notes written by David Stubbs, who previously authored Future Days: Krautrock And The Building Of Modern Germany.

You can find the full tracklist for the compilation below.

  1. Klauss Weiss – Wide Open Space Motion
  2. A.R. & Machines – I'll Be Your Singer, You'll Be My Song
  3. Deutsche Wertarbeit – Deutscher Wald
  4. Dzyan – Khali
  5. Missus Beastly – Geisha
  6. Alex – Derulé
  7. Agitation Free – In The Silence Of the Morning Sunrise
  8. Georg Deuter – Pearls
  9. Michael Bundt – The Brain Of Oskar Panizza
  10. Popol Vuh – Ja, Deine Liebe Ist Sußer Als Wein
  11. Novalis – Dronsz
  12. Bröselmaschine – Schmetterling
  13. Neu! – Neuschnee
  14. Between – And The Waters Opened
  15. La Düsseldorf – White Overalls
  16. Klauss Weiss – Constellation
  17. Achim Reichel – Tanz Der Vögel In Den Winden
  18. Roedelius – Lustwandel
  19. Pyrolator – Die Haut Der Frau
  20. Cluster – Hollywood
  21. Streetmark – Passage
  22. Niagara – Rhythm Go
  23. Michael Bundt – Neon

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