2/02/2010

More Coloursounds plus more Klaus Weiss...


Coloursound CS 18 - Open Space Motion - Underscores
(Klaus Weiss, 1981)

In my opinion, this is one of the best library releases of Klaus Weiss. It's different than the stuff he recorded for Selected Sound and Golden Ring and features less drums, but more natural instruments, phat synths and percussion. Overall it has a very special vibe and lots of atmosphere. Enjoy this one!



Coloursound CS 56 - Into The Wind
(Klaus Weiss, 1985)

This one plays not in the same league as the earlier release posted above, but it is definitely worth a listen. Although we're already in the mid 80ies and the typical drum sound of Klaus Weiss has been replaced by drum machines, it has some funky electronic moments and grooves.
Both albums in 320kbit!


15 comments:

  1. thank you for sharing. you just made my day!

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  2. Ha, you beat me to it! I was going to post Open Space Motion. Such a good one...

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  3. Yes I agree, Open Space is different from the other Lp's,unique in it's own way. Thank you for sharing this Lp.

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  4. Sweet stuff, especially the Open Space Motion... Thanks from Berlin

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  5. Nice stuff!!!!
    Keep the Good Music Alive.

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  6. Marvelous.
    Thank you very much.

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  7. only in that time you can hear and obtain a sound like this, and only Kraus Weiss can make a work like this, besides 80's are my age, in that time I hear that drum and become crazy.

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  8. Claus Weiss always do the same thing! It's amazing but I think he should change the style. The last time do I saw it, was in 1986. So, thanks for posting something about him.

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  9. one of the painting movements I like the most is abstract painting and I love these Klaus Weiss's paintings, I actually have in my office a copy of the first painting on this post!

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  10. Beautiful! Thank you very much for such a high quality transfer

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  11. thank you for all that you do-i am discovering much of value here. i agree, top-notch Weiss LP!

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