Friday, July 10, 2009


Beginning as Ash Ra Tempel, later Ashra, then solo as Manuel Göttsching was part of some of the most notable German groups of the 1970s and 80s, as well as a solo artist, he is one of the most important guitarists of the Kosmische Musik genre. He also participated in the Cosmic Jokers (Dieter Dierks, Gille Lettmann, Harald Grosskopf, Jürgen Dollase, Klaus Schulze) sessions. His style and technique influenced dozens of artists in the post-Eno ambient and New Age scenes in the 1980s and 1990s. His 1984 album E2-E4 has also been influential in the development of house and electronic music in general, a classic in beautifully orchestrated Minimal Synth.

Check out Die Dominas in which was.. Programmed By [Uncredited], Recorded By [Uncredited], Mixed By [Uncredited] - Manuel Göttsching!

So check out this ultra Sleezy melodic Disco hybrid unlike you've ever herd!

Ashra - Correlations LP - 1979 - UK

Get that here:


Check out a vid by Ashra

Morgana Da Capo




Maury Souza said...
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Maury Souza said...

Thank you!

I love this blog.

I was wondering if you had any Dieter Schütz LPs. Preferably, "Voyage" - "DAwn" - or maybe "TransVision" - although I don't know if that last one really exists.

Anyway, keep the glimmerlight burning!


Fantasmi said...


That is one of the many things on my wantlist..

I'll get to it one day!

NOISEBOX said...

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we share the same interest in music. thanks and keep up the good work!

basso said...

Hey Fantasmi, I posted an Ata Tal Lp on
But don't tell them guys... ; )
Also I have all of those Dieter Schütz LPs and will rip and ppst some of them in the near future.
Kind regards,

NOISEBOX said...

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we share same interest in music. thanks and keep up the good work!

Stonehenge said...

Great stuff! Thanks for sharing the love for this excellent music!

Anonymous said...

Good blog.

Thank you!

RTC said...


you can find Dieter Schütz' "Voyage" LP on my blog here:

I am desperately looking for "The Comet" and "Dawn", if anybody can share them...