|Limited double vinyl LP pressing including obi strip. Klaus Schulze is a German electronic music pioneer, composer and musician that needs very little introduction. In the late '60s and early '70s he was a member of several iconic bands such as Tangerine Dream, The Cosmic Jokers and Ash Ra Tempel before launching a solo career consisting of more than 60 albums released across five decades. Klaus Schulze's proto moog-synthesizer work is regarded as a milestone in electronic music and during the decades he released landmark albums in genres catalogued as ambient, electronic, new age, Berlin school, experimental, kosmische musik and krautrock. Mr. Schulze had a more organic sound than most electronic artists of the time, often he would throw in decidedly non-electronic sounds such as acoustic guitar and a male operatic voice. In 2009, producer Klaus D. Mueller and Schulze began releasing La Vie Electronique (The Electronic Life), a series of sets that collected rare sought-after early works and unreleased tracks put in chronological sequence. These sets contain some of the best music Klaus ever created and are early '70s masterworks that will appeal to both fans and collectors. Now available for the first time on vinyl, One Way Static Records presents the first volume in the archival series La Vie Electronique. This volume (1.0) focuses on the years 1968-1971 and is spread over two glorious LP's containing +78 minutes of Klaus Shulze rarities. This deluxe vinyl set also comes with an insert containing extensive liner notes.