Hello All 

Thanks for all the Birthday whishes for my 60th ! (oh dear) Birthday!!
That was a nice surprise!!

E-Live has come under full steam, with 4 weeks to go we are just 15 tickets under the sales of last year !! As we can have 35 more visitors in the CKE hall I am sure we are going to crack the 200 + ceilling :-). Special are the 40 Balcony seats that we have that give a great view over the hall!! 

So with less then 50 tickets left, and 4 weeks to go it looks really good that it will be a full house! For more info go to: E-Live 2022 - 12th of November - https://www.e-live.nl/

you can  order again through the Groove Download shop!!

And some really cool new releases are out the coming weeks.

Klangwelt - Here And Why (cd)
Moonbooter - Reminiscence (cd)
Dieter Schutz - TransVision (digipak) (cd)
Syndromeda - Order in the Chaos of Life (cdr)
Rolf Trostel - Narrow Gate to Life (digipak) (cd)
Wolfgang Dueren - Eyeless Dreams (digipak) (cd)

looking forward to all of these, might be we will have a few of these in during E-Live!!


These products are NEW in our catalog.
Further in this newsletter are more details.
Ambient Circle - Live First New 2009 (cd)
Ian Boddy - Coil -Vinyl Version- (cd)
Max Corbacho - Lost Links II (digipak) (2-cd)
DJ Paps (Dieter Herten) - Come and See! (cd)
Electric Orange - Psi-Hybrid (digipak) (cd)
Gert Emmens & Ruud Heij - On Higher Ground (digipak) (6-cd)
Klangwelt - Here And Why (cd)
Moonbooter - Reminiscence (cd)
Paul Brandenberg - Blue Vision (cd)
Paul Brandenberg - Der Kanton Schwyz (cd)
Paul Brandenberg - Downstream (cd)
Paul Brandenberg - Islas (cd)
Paul Brandenberg - Lanzarote Dreams and Mediation Vol. 1 (cd)
Paul Brandenberg - River of Dreams (cd)
Paul Brandenberg - Silver Moon (cd)
Paul Brandenberg - Tenerife (cd)
Dieter Schutz - TransVision (digipak) (cd)
Syndromeda - Order in the Chaos of Life (cdr)
Rolf Trostel - Narrow Gate to Life (digipak) (cd)
Wolfgang Dueren - Eyeless Dreams (digipak) (cd)

Gert Emmens & Ruud Heij - On Higher Ground (digipak) (6-cd)

Here some extra info on the BIG new box of Emmens and Heij.

During the Autumn of 2018, after the release of our digipack Galaxis, we decided to make a double album with a lot of Mellotron and guitar. And sequences of course ... 14 tracks were completed for this album, but at the start of 2020 we found all these old, never released tracks back which resulted in the release of the digipack Forgotten Tracks during the Spring of 2020. Since we didn’t want to release anything soon after it, we just continued with our recording sessions. The result was 36 finished tracks at February 2022. Well, what to do with it? After long hesitating we decided to take the big step to release all 36 tracks at once. The 14 tracks mentioned before are spread over the 6 cd’s. A number of the tracks have more than one version.

The music was composed, played and recorded by Gert Emmens & Ruud Heij from November 2018 till February 2022. All basic tracks were recorded at Infinite Echoes Studio in Bunnik, Netherlands and completed, mixed and mastered in Studio Gert Emmens in Ede, Netherlands. Mastered March and April 2022 by Gert Emmens. Photo’s: frontcover box and booklet (inside & outside) by Ruud Heij. Cd 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 covers and label photo by Gert Emmens. Photo of Gert & Ruud by Heike Mäder. Photo frontcover cd 5: https://www.de-kastanje.nl. All photo editing and cover design by Gert Emmens.


And we have gotten in a nice list of special long out of the catalog products, this is the start for the new Groove approach that from 2023 will be taken place. As mentioned before as of the 1st of November I am going all in with Groove. No more other work distractions and on the 1 of January we hope to lauch the new webstore and the web site, A new CD shop after 34 years is quit an undertaking but it looks like all is in progress.

So here is a list of all new entered releases that are now nicepriced. Many BIG names like Peter Mergener, Garrison, Grosskopf and Roedelius are now on a special sale.

George Bishop - Colour Love (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90 <-- LAST COPIES!
Cosmic Hoffmann - Outerspace gems (digipak) (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90
Michael Garrison - Rhythm of life (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90
Harald Grosskopf - Synthesist (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90
Klaus Hoffmann-Hoock & Peter Mergener - Visions of Asia (cd) $16.25 , £11.49 , €12.90
Bernd Kistenmacher - Antimatter (cd) $18.75 , £13.25 , €14.90
Bernd Kistenmacher - Beyond the deep (cd) $17.49 , £12.25 , €13.90
Bernd Kistenmacher - Un viaggio attraverso l'Italia (cd) $16.25 , £11.49 , €12.90 
Peter Mergener - African smile (cd) $16.25 , £11.49 , €12.90 <-- LAST COPIES!
Peter Mergener - Lounge control (cd) $16.25 , £11.49 , €12.90 <-- LAST COPIES!
Peter Mergener - Nox Mystica (cd) $16.25 , £11.49 , €12.90 <-- LAST COPIES!
Peter Mergener - Nox Mystica live (dvd-PAL + cd) $17.49 , £12.25 , €13.90
Peter Mergener - Phonetic society (cd) $18.75 , £13.25 , €14.90
Roedelius - Roedeliusweg (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90 <-- LAST COPIES!
Roedelius - Sinfonia contempora no.1 (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90 
Roedelius - Snapshot/Sidesteps (cd) $12.49 , £8.75 , €9.90
Roedelius & Alquimia - Move & resonate (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90 
Joerg Strawe - Dialogue with the universe (cd) $12.49 , £8.75 , €9.90
Joerg Strawe - Jewels (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90
Joerg Strawe - Legend of the wolves (cd) $12.49 , £8.75 , €9.90
TYA - Akwaba (cd) $8.75 , £6.25 , €6.90 <-- LAST COPIES!
Nik Tyndall - Am Sternentor (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90 <-- LAST COPIES!
Nik Tyndall & Bernd Scholl - Dreamspheres  (cd) $17.49 , £12.25 , €13.99
V/A - Liquid sound vol. 2 (ltd. edition, digipak) (2-cd) $17.49 , £12.25 , €13.90 
V/A - Radio Wellen (ltd. edition) (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90 <-- LAST COPIES!
Waveshape - Arkos (special packaging) (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90
Waveshape - Wellenformen (cd) $14.99 , £10.49 , €11.90

Dreamscape Radio.
Check the new Edition of Dreamscape Radio later today!

Thanks for your time
Ron Boots
23978 V/A - Third Decade � Manikin Records 2012-2022

Already 30 years! It was in 1992, with his album Closed by my Distance that Mario Schönwälder launched the activities of Manikin Records. Thirty years later, the label has resisted the push of illegal downloads as well as the drastic decrease of sales and releases of manufactured CDs while offering an electronic music (EM) still as refined in its pursuit of the Berlin School style. A great achievement if we consider that in parallel, Manikin has contributed to the art of EM with the design of instruments that respond to the ever-developing visions of this music created and assisted by synthesizers. And like with each 10th anniversary, Mario invites the label's artists to share a previously unreleased track as part of the decade-long compilations. The hazards of the pandemic have complicated things a bit for this 30th anniversary compilation and, unlike the first 2 compilations, MANIKIN RECORDS THIRD DECADE 2012-2022 offers only 1 cd and gath e rs 9 tracks where Schönwälder's imprint is on 6 of them. True to the music of the label, the 9 guest artists have created long hypnotic minimalist structures that develop with the passion for art. An unmissable pleasure for fans of the label and aficionados of the old style that is renewed in the New Berlin School generation. Finally, I would be remiss to forget 2 great artists who participated in the rise of the label and who passed away since the release of Manikin Records Second Decade 2002-2012. Klaus Hoffmann-Hoock, more present in the development and testing of new technologies at Manikin, and Thomas Fanger who was the mind behind the Analog Overdose series.
The Return from Babylon sets the tone for this new compilation with a Middle Eastern flavor melody which comes from a fluty synth. The rhythm is delicately driven by percussions that structure a spiritual trance beat. Percussive effects are doing tap dancing on it whereas the sequencer invites itself to create this min imalist rhythm à la Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder. The percussions, their echoing beats, sequencer and keyboard riffs work together to structure a slightly spasmodic phase whose intensity is matched by the increasingly seraphic harmonies of the synths. A more and more obsessive air, wah-wah-wah, from a synth line is filling the moods as acoustic guitar-like chords reorient the harmonic vision of the track around the 7-minute mark. Throughout its 13 minutes, The Return from Babylon still retains that exquisite Middle Eastern bouquet in a structure that always feeds a little more into its speed, giving that straddling feeling in a final third where synth harmonies subdivide the fluty tones with a more acute vision. Filter-Kaffee's Bryce Canyon takes on a chthonian appearance with an introduction blasted by dark winds that mumble heavily. Vocals instill a more sibylline vision as sequences jump nervously through this opening whipped up by a wave of white noises. The sequenced bass l i ne pulses awkwardly in this atmospheric opening that retains that Luciferian texture that clattering percussive elements gradually chase away to reorient Bryce Canyon towards a rhythmic structure that will be in the pure Berlin School tradition. An ascending, zigzagging rhythm that snakes away imaginary peaks under the caresses of a synth with still the fluty Schönwälder's melodic visions. Keyboard riffs, nuances in the rhythm and sound effects complete this excellent track certainly influenced by Tangerine Dream, if not Edgar Froese, from the vintage years. I was looking forward to hearing some new Pyramid Peak! And let's say from the start that Axel Stupplich and Andreas Morsch's signature is easily recognizable by the sounds of the first synth's pads. Composed just at the end of December 2021, Light & Shadow offers a solid rhythmic structure with a good mesh of rotating sequences and fierce stoic drumbeats, creating a form of vaguely atmospheric Electronica. This rhythm remains e xciting as do those croaks and other organic effects rendered by the sequencer. It changes skin after a short atmospheric phase with a sequencer that makes dribbling its jumping arpeggios around and a drum with more expeditious tight skin rollings in a finale filled with very melodious synth solos that nestle on good old P. Peak's harmonic arrangements of the albums Ocean Drive and Random Events. Excellent! Just can't wait to hear more of those 2 genius. Mario Schönwälder makes a return to solo composition with a rather ambient track in Nordlicht. Its opening simulates a rain shower that is released under a cloud of seraphic voices where are tinkling randomly arpeggios just as celestial. It's very close to his Hypnotic Beats album with a meditative rhythm structure trapped in a heavy atmospheric panorama centered on layers of celestial voices. The synth takes several forms here with these voice layers as well as plaintive and evasive harmonies that distance themselves from the more droning sound effects to end with some good orchestral jerks. One is not disoriented here, as well as on the Funk and electronic Rock structure a la sauce Analog Overdose of Winter Wah and the wah-wah effects of Thomas Fanger.

A project by Michael Menze, Menzman brings a breath of fresh, a new twist to the Manikin Records catalog. I had liked the various rhythmic directions in his 2018 album Insights, and On the Fly is built on this principle with a sequencer-driven rhythm structure in mode unruly arpeggios on a conveyor, aka Chris Franke style in the Poland album, and coordinated by sober drums in mode e-rock. It gives a good Berlin School flavored by orchestral layers and female voices. It's rumbling in the opening of It's you, Peter from Kontroll-Raum. This atmospheric opening is led by nice synth layers that are as divinatory as melodic, floating under a carpet of sound effects borrowed from the apocalyptic drama library. A very good set of percussions restructure this cinem atographic phase for a good electronic rock. This track was made remotely while Bas Broekhuis, Frank Rothe and Mario Schönwälder were exchanging music files during the confinement between autumn 2021 and January this year. It sounds like the Check In album and Bas Broekhuis' drums are very dominant. It's hypnotic and catchy with an excellent sequencer/drum pattern. In Heaven is the second track from Broekhuis, Keller & Schönwälder who are supported by Thomas Kagermann on a dominant violin and Raughi Ebert on bass and his vampiric floating splash. We are in the den of the Repelen series with a track that develops with intensity by the presence of an electric guitar sample performed by a Detlev Keller simply hallucinating in his duel with the violin of Kagermann. A slow track, like a cosmic Berber tribal blues, which gives its share of chills. The duo Fanger & Schönwälder, accompanied by guitarist Lutz Graf-Ulbrich, has the mandate to close this very impressive Manikin Records compil a tion. A bit like in Analog Overdose 6, it is quite Techno with the guitar dominating with its riffs on a structure with jumps as bumpy as elastic. Voice effects mimic a wah-wah effect on this structure that sounds strangely like Winter Wah, but with more speed and power.
Available in 444 manufactured CD copies as well as in download format, MANIKIN RECORDS THIRD DECADE 2012-2022 is an excellent compilation of original material by the artists who participated in this last decade of the famous German label. The 9 tracks and over 77 minutes pass quickly and are enjoyed from the first to the last second. By far, one of the most beautiful albums of Berlin School to have been realized lately. Hats to you Mario and the whole Manikin Records gang!

Sylvain Lupari (June 11th, 2022) 
78685 David Wright + Stephan Whitlan - Reflecting Sky

An album by Stephan Whitlan and David Wright can only arouse a certain curiosity among followers of the England School. And with good reason! We are dealing with two excellent synthesists who excel in their field; EM with an experimental vision for Stephan, and the more harmonious one of David who always manages to inject a good touch of Berlin School into his works. The example of Beyond the Airwaves, Vol. 3 is the most recent. It was during rehearsals for Code Indigo concerts between 2017 and 2019 that the two new accomplices laid out the outline of what would become THE REFLECTING SKY. Between downtime, the duo improvised, composed and recorded material which featured 4 main musical themes. The two friends must had meet again in David Wright's studio in Suffolk to complete this album. And it was at the beginning of 2020 that the two English musicians entered the studio. With confinement helping, they were able to complete the album after 4 months of meticulous studio work. The result was an album that legitimately meets our expectations. Even overtaking them with a start à la Code Indigo, a fabulous detour into the world of the England School style of EM and a final as beautiful as we are entitled to expect from these two seasoned musicians who offer us in THE REFLECTING SKY, one of the solid albums of 2020, if not the best of its kind.

A bass pulsation, like a muffled beat, emerges from this warm breeze surrounded by white noises at the opening of Celestial Clockwork (Mizar). The beats intensify and awaken jinglings in a drone corridor and its white noises. The pulse quickens, as do the ambiences that stick to the rhythmic progression. Resonant chords are heard along with a series of arpeggios. The movement becomes more aerial with an ambience à la Code Indigo, if not Pink Floyd, and these keyboard chords are forming a melodious base in search of finish. The rhythm is articulated by a good bass line and a woodpe cker type of percussions while layers of violins and double bass groan in the background. Without knowing it, we have entered Celestial Clockwork (Kochab)! The rhythm, still stripped of its envelope of heaviness, hobbles now. It stores more velocity in an increasingly diverse tonal fauna. There is a subtle duel between keyboards and synths, drawing an always prismatic harmony. The pace always picks up and becomes more fueled as soon as we cross the Celestial Clockwork (Thuban) milestone. More catchy than it has become since its genesis, it gradually evaporates in the mists of violins and these fragile chords in order to let our ears wander in the tonal fantasies of its finale. A long coitus with a rather satisfying climax, the Celestial Clockwork trilogy is the opening it takes for an album the caliber of THE REFLECTING SKY.

Collide comes to us with a cosmic vision in which a star shimmers brightly, a star that we also find in Celestial Clockwork. A soft flute secures our ears t o the atmospheres of Collide (Leptons) where layers of honeyed voices float between the undulations and the iridescent tones of the synth lines. A bass layer covers these ambiences with its strong presence, also announcing the movement of bass sequences which structure an increasingly frenetic electronic rhythm and whose evolution doesn't interfere with the visibility of the flute and the mellotron. Collide (Muons) accentuates the pace with a breathtaking play of electronic percussions. At first, the flow sounds with chopsticks playing the tap on crystal. A bass line of resonant sequences acts like a hand in a puppet and manipulates the rhythmic destiny of this trilogy while leaving room for a synth and its misty violin solos. It's at the 5th minute that the percussions are put in big rock mode and drag the title in a furious movement which welcomes these violin solos and these harmonies of a synth which is particularly creative at this level. We are witnesses of a furious drum sol o before Collide (Kaons) leads us to a fierce cosmic rock. The effects take us back to Klaus Schulze's early years while the rhythm remains as stylized as Tangerine Dream's Cold Breeze of Brighton. In a tasty electronic rock tempered by less wild percussions, the cosmic effects continue to surround the title as much as good solos by two dueling synths, which brings Collide (Kaons) towards its phase of evaporation. It's one of the most furious titles I've heard!

A Study In Geomancy (Lunar) doesn't stay frozen in an ambient sector. The sequencer forges a zigzagging line that walks in the rhythmic frames of the music. Great synth solos escape and fill this stationary rhythmic vessel which slowly spins on itself in atmospheres which now resemble to Solar Fields'. The rhythm breaks around the 4th minute, proudly displaying its typical David Wright's down-tempo. Voices mumble here, while a piano unties its notes on this soft structure whose murmurs and effects draw us towards a psybien t a little too animated, but the ambient visions are there. A Study In Geomancy (Solar) borrows a harmonic texture from Frank Specht's Sebastian im Trauma. We've been in David Wright's lands for a rough 6 minutes. It's also the prelude to a finale where each layer returns with more emotion, gathering here and there the evaporated structures of THE REFLECTING SKY. Already, the dramatic effects feed the finale of A Study In Geomancy (Solar).

If it's in a deaf crash that the title ends, As Far As The Eye Can See (East) opens with the delicacy of its synthesized harmony. Cosmic effects will nourish its 21-minute territory while a first rhythmic structure advances stealthily. Everything is gracious! As much these moaning solos as these keyboard chords and bits of bohemian melodies which sometimes follow the rhythm and sometimes move away from it. But always, this synth and its sweet aerial airs! Here too, it's after having crossed the point of 4 minutes that the percussions talk to t he moods to lead them in a good and slightly hopping morphic beat. Stephan Whitlan and David Wright use their imaginations by injecting all the necessary ingredients to shake up our emotionality. But the road is long and its emotional bolero is too latent. A dissonant voice invites the rhythm to have more biting in the opening of As Far As The Eye Can See (South) where the synth cries all the tears of its interstice. The percussions erect a heavy and striking wall with organic effects well inserted between the strikes. And there too the finale stretches its compassion for these weeping arpeggios and the various sound effects where we feel a David Wright torn between Walking with Ghosts and Stranger Days. Nothingness absorbs the finale, just as gives birth to As Far As The Eye Can See (West). This longest title of the album is molded in this vision that David Wright knew how to plant since the 4th minute of A Study In Geomancy (Lunar). Are there lengths? Yes, but like a good archite c t of the harmonies that he is, he brings nuances in the harmonies, the ambiences and the effects, like this long sequenced strobe spiral in the opening. The playing of percussions also brings its variances in the dimension of the rhythm, as in its colors, while the synth solos succeed in fooling our ears which discern guitar solos. Chords, like riffs, from guitar and / or keyboard add to this spheroidal sonic dimension which encircles the progression of As Far As The Eye Can See. And always this harmonic vision nuanced with each new turn of the synth. And it's also in the dust of serenity that it concludes this excellent trilogy of a majestic album that exceeded my expectations ... and they were great.

THE REFLECTING SKY is a stroke of genius! It's 75 minutes of music that takes up the challenge of being as ingenious as it is melodious. Each part has its place and is in its place with extremely powerful moments that make chills dance on our arms. And it's not just because it's t ender! In short, there is no hesitation if you are a fan of David Wright or if you are just looking for good music that has all the strengths and no flaws. Even the lengths are beautiful! As for Stephan Whitlan, his skills on synthesizer stands out wonderfully here while his very progressive vision of EM is very well managed in this album which is certainly part of the Top 3 of David Wright's albums and my Top 5 of this year. Excellent!

Sylvain Lupari (August 12h, 2020)
Additions and changes from October 5 2022 till October 16 2022
*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Ambient Circle - LIVE FIRST NEW 2009 (cd) 69587
2022. Nice open Synthesizer melodic music..
$ 14.99 / UKP 10.49 / EURO 11.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=69587

*new entry *
Boddy, Ian - COIL -VINYL VERSION- (cd) 13512
2022. A brand new Boddy is exciting!! This is the Vinyl version..
$ 29.99 / UKP 20.99 / EURO 23.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=13512

*(back) in stock *
Corbacho, Max - ARS LUCIS (cd) 88446
2009. Smooth, waving, and mysterious atmospheres.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=88446

*(back) in stock *
Corbacho, Max - DREAMING SPACES (cd) 32564
2020. Smooth, waving, and mysterious atmospheres.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=32564

*(back) in stock *
Corbacho, Max - ECHO OF LONGING (cd) 42693
2019. Smooth, waving, and mysterious atmospheres.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=42693

*(back) in stock *
Corbacho, Max - HORIZON MATRIX (cd) 46091
2018. Smooth, waving, and mysterious atmospheres.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=46091

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Corbacho, Max - LOST LINKS II (2-cd) 23561
2021. Smooth, waving, and mysterious atmospheres.
$ 22.49 / UKP 15.75 / EURO 17.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=23561

*(back) in stock *
Corbacho, Max - NOCTURNES II (cd) 38875
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=38875

*(back) in stock *
Corbacho, Max - RESONANT MEMORY OF EARTH (cd) 76880
2002. Smooth, waving, and mysterious atmospheres.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=76880

*(back) in stock *
Corbacho, Max - SPLENDID LABYRINTHS (cd) 60854
2015. Smooth, waving, and mysterious atmospheres.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=60854

*(back) in stock *
Corbacho, Max - UNFOLDING DAWN (cd) 68977
2020. Smooth, waving, and mysterious atmospheres.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=68977

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
DJ Paps (Dieter Herten) - COME AND SEE! (cd) 56071
2022. Nice open Synthesizer melodic music..
$ 14.99 / UKP 10.49 / EURO 11.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=56071

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Electric Orange - PSI-HYBRID (cd) 38938
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=38938

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Emmens, Gert & Heij, Ruud - ON HIGHER GROUND (6-cd) 87881
2022. Yep a 6!! CD box by these 2 Dutch masters.
$ 48.75 / UKP 34.25 / EURO 39
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=87881

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Klangwelt - HERE AND WHY (cd) 22220
2022. finally the long expected new album with amazing new sounds:.
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=22220

*(back) in stock *
Mergener, Peter - PASSAGE IN TIME (2014) (2-cd) 25439
$ 24.99 / UKP 17.49 / EURO 19.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=25439

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Moonbooter - REMINISCENCE (cd) 86815
$ 18.25 / UKP 12.75 / EURO 14.50
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=86815

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Schutz, Dieter - TRANSVISION (cd) 55613
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=55613

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Syndromeda - ORDER IN THE CHAOS OF LIFE (cdr) 64226
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=64226

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Trostel, Rolf - NARROW GATE TO LIFE (cd) 29587
Liverecording during a concert on 22nd october 1983 at the spansish cathedr.
$ 21.25 / UKP 14.99 / EURO 16.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=29587

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Wolfgang Dueren - EYELESS DREAMS (cd) 22673
2022. In 1980, Wolfgang Düren released his only album, the long player Eyeless Dreams"..
$ 19.99 / UKP 13.99 / EURO 15.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=22673
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