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Earthstar - French Skyline download

Earthstar - French Skyline download Performer: Earthstar
Title: French Skyline
Style: Abstract, Minimal, Experimental, Ambient, Berlin-School
Released: 1979
Country: Germany
MP3 album: 1836 mb
FLAC album: 1984 mb
WMA album: 1804 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: WMA TTA RA AHX AU XM AUD
Genre: Electronic music
Earthstar - French Skyline download


Latin Sirens Face The Wall
Part I Sirens 4:14
Part II The Amazon 10:18
Part III The Flourishing Illusion 5:07
Splendored Skies And Angels 6:21
French Sky Lines Suite
Movement I Morning Song (For Iris And Richard) 3:50
Movement II Sources Change, Including "The Movement" 4:48
Movement III 3 Demensional Music 4:47
Movement IV Wind And Sky Symphony / Reprise: Morning Song 5:13


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
sky 031, SKY 031 Earthstar French Skyline ‎(LP, Album) Sky Records, Sky Records sky 031, SKY 031 Germany 1979
CSP 00501, GTR 085 Earthstar French Skyline ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) MI Records, Green Tree Records CSP 00501, GTR 085 Germany 1999

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French Skyline was the second album by Earthstar. It was their first release for Sky Records and, more importantly, their first release after relocating to Germany at the invitation of Klaus Schulze. Schulze co-produced the album with Earthstar keyboardist/synthesist Craig Wuest. He also provided technical advice and programmed the synthesizers. Schulze's influence is much greater than that: he changed Earthstar's sound and his influence is greatly heard on this album. Under Schulze's guidance Wuest and Earthstar created what some have called a "wall of sound": heavily multitracked and layered pieces so dense that it is often impossible to tell which instruments are playing. It's a rich, textural electronic sound that in many ways resembles Klaus Schulze's work more than other Earthstar albums, particularly on the two long pieces, "Latin Sirens Face the Wall" and "French Skyline Suite". The shorter piece sandwiched in the middle, "Splendored Skies and Angels" opens with the only discordant section of this album and is a bit harsh to my ears. The rest of the album flows beautifully and is an absolute pleasure for fans of '70s electronic music in general and Klaus Schulze in particular. It's an excellent album and it, by far, is Earthstar's most coherent in terms of sticking with one style. -Caitlyn Martin