Conrad Schnitzler - Gelb (Bureau B) 12:17. Conrad Schnitzler Gelb 12 2:54. Conrad Schnitzler Untitled 1 (1974/1981) 6:16.
Matrix, Runout: BB196 Conrad Schnitzler - Gelb LC 13875 AE66285-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH. Mastering SID Code: ifpi L574. Mould SID Code: IFPI 9723. Rights Society: gema. Label Code: LC 13875. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat.
Conrad Schnitzler – Gelb. Label: Captain Trip Records – CTCD-546. Reissue of the Gelb 1981 album (which was already a reissue of the 1974 The Black Cassette tape) with bonus tracks. Tracks 1 to 12 recorded in 1974. Bonus tracks 13 to 15 recorded in 1973-1974. Digitally remastered at Peace Music, Tokyo 2006.
Gelb by the electronic kosmische master, Conrad Schnitzler, is 12 parts of various atmospheres all strung together to form a very eclectic album. Gelb is purely progressive experimental electronic music, but it all has a very krautrock kind of attitude to it. A few of these tracks include acoustic samples from birds and ocean waves, but they are sparse in the music, and because of these samples some of the tracks have a very earthy feel
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Conrad ("Conny") Schnitzler (17 March 1937 – 4 August 2011) was a prolific German experimental musician. A co-founder of West Berlin's Zodiak Free Arts Lab, he was an early member of Tangerine Dream (1969–1970) and a founder of the band Kluster. He left Kluster in 1971, first working with his group Eruption and then focusing on solo works. Schnitzler participated in several collaborations with other electronic musicians.
NotesStickered generic Bureau B black card sleeve with no tracklisting or other information apart from date, artist and title.
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|none||Conrad Schnitzler||The Black Cassette (Cass, Album)||Not On Label (Conrad Schnitzler Self-released)||none||Germany||1974|
|CTCD-546||Conrad Schnitzler||Gelb (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Captain Trip Records||CTCD-546||Japan||2006|
|BB-196||Conrad Schnitzler||Gelb (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180)||Bureau B||BB-196||Germany||2014|
|EB 110||Konrad Schnitzler*||Gelb (LP, Album)||Edition Block||EB 110||Germany||1981|
|VGR GELB, PL 02||Conrad Schnitzler||Gelb (LP, Album)||Very Good Records, Plate Lunch||VGR GELB, PL 02||Germany||2002|