To anybody with the slightest interest in electronic music and krautrock Hans-Joachim Roedelius needs no introduction. As founding member of Kluster (with Conrad Schnitzler and Dieter Moebius; continued as Cluster after Schnitzler's departure) and Harmonia (with Moebius and Michael Rother), he is one of the most highly-regarded pioneers and key figures in both genres. Roedelius remains very productive as of 2015, now in his 80s, and not only performs regularly but also continues to release an impressive amount of work. Ubi Bene sees him join forces with Leon Muraglia, electronic artist and guitar player of a younger generation, who, in addition to his solo recordings, also works as DJ and studio musician. The album's 12 tracks add up to an elegant musical trip that meanders between moody, ambient piano work; experimental passages; and contemporary electronica - a fascinating chapter in Roedelius's impressive oeuvre. 180-gram double LP in gatefold sleeve with download code. Edition of 750.
Red in a Circular Loop
She Had Always Loved Vienna
My Heart and Mind Were Disposed to the Gentle Feelings of Good Will
Gently Falling Snow
A Machine Dreams
There Is a Huge Duck Standing Right Behind You/The Haunted Space
A Nostalgia for Lollipops
A Reflection in Deep Sea
Summer Breeze, Turning
Surfaces That Appear to Change
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