Before fading away into obscurity, Klaus Schulze had a few more great albums in him. Dig It is the first of those and a must-have for fans, especially in the re-issued 2005 version…
Klaus Schulze is a founding member of Tangerine Dream and Ash Ra Tempel, two seminal bands in the evolution of synthesizer-based electronic music. "Dig It" was released on October 31, 1980, and it was a decent change as compared to the previous records. Schulze produced "Dig It" entirely with the aid of the GDS synthesizer (except for the drums), which was a very exclusive digital medium in those days. If you read the reviews after 35 years, it becomes clear that the reporters didn't know how to handle pieces like "Death of an analogue" and "Synthasy". They sure were different as compared to "Dune" or "Ludwig II", but this record offered something completely new.
Klaus Schulze is a founding member of Tangerine Dream and Ash Ra Tempel, two seminal bands in the evolution of synthesizer-based electronic music. Dig It is the thirteenth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1980, and in 2005 was the sixth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. It is Schulze's first fully digital recording.
A new chapter is written in the history of the successful cooperation between KLAUS SCHULZE and LISA GERRARD. Electronic soundscapes of ominous beauty shimmer with energy as the delicate voice of Lisa Gerrard weaves it's magic.
Limited to 300 hand-numbered copies. The Schulze-Schickert Session in Hambühren on 26 September 1975 with the Godfather of electronic keyboard music Klaus Schulze and the echo guitar pioneer Günter Schickert
A promotion CD single for Alesis at the Frankfurt music fair, March 2003. Limited Edition of 300 copies. Most of them were given away for free to visitors of the Alesis booth at the fair, while KS was signing the CD. A slightly extended remix has been re-released as a bonus track on "Dreams".
A promotion CD single for Alesis at the Frankfurt music fair, April 2004. Limited Edition of 300 copies. Most of them were given away for free to visitors of the Alesis booth at the fair, while Klaus Schulze was signing the CD.