In the late-60s and early-70s, German electronic music pioneer Klaus Schulze was a member of several iconic bands such as Tangerine Dream, The Cosmic Jokers and Ash Ra Tempel before launching a fruitful solo career that has seen him release more than 60 albums across five decades. In 2009, producer Klaus D. Mueller and Schulze began releasing La Vie Electronique ("The Electronic Life"), a series of sets that collected rare sought-after early works and unreleased tracks put in chronological sequence. Now available for the first time on vinyl, One Way Static Records presents the second volume in their new archival series La Vie Electronique. This volume (1.1) focuses on the years 1970-1972 and is spread over two glorious LP's containing +78 minutes of Klaus Shulze rarities. This deluxe vinyl set also comes with an insert containing extensive liner notes.
• Released for the first time on vinyl
• Comes as a deluxe double LP set with insert and extensive liner notes
• Ultimate collection of rare early material by the electronic music pioneer