Level Pi - Electronic Sheep. 2009 Germany

Uwe Cremer's second album sees the artist pay homage to the great German/French electronic performers of the 70s. This time around he kicks Gottsching to the curb, and gives us at once the usual Schulze/Tangerine Dream and Jean Michel Jarre styles, as well as the unusual Michael Rother and even early 70s Cluster characteristics. A very fine album from a musician who clearly was born too late.

Personal collection
CD: 2009 Dreaming/Musea (France)

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