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Old 03-03-2011, 03:59 AM   #11
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Re: 1970's Experimental Electronic Music

I LOVE Laurie Spiegel. But how many of you know Terry Riley?



Some more names:

Luc Ferrari, Alvin Lucier, Raimond Scott (inventor of many weird electronical instruments, dates back to 30's, so not really 70's), russian composer Edward Artmejev who did the music for Solyaris, Zerkalo and Stalker, all of which are amazing, most of that perfomed on a wery rare one of a kind early electronical instrument whic red music from glass plates.

Kraftwerks earlier stuff is worth checking out. They were non-electronic band once, NEU, then they evolved into spacey krautrock and then the electronic age came:





AMAZING!



But if someone is into Krautrock, here are some names:

Ash Ra Tempel
The Cosmic Jokers

Both projects of the beloved Klaus Schultze.

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