Conrad Schnitzler Vinyl, CD & tapes by Conrad Schnitzler at Norman Records

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Conrad Schnitzler & Frank Bretschneider
Con-Struct

An album which sees Frank Bretschneider (a.k.a. Komet) interpreting the sounds of the late Conrad Schnitzler, one of the key figures in the German underground scene as a member of Tangerine Dream and Kluster, Con-Struct is a wonderful “merging of worlds”, in Bretschneider’s explanation. 

Conrad Schnitzler
Con

A re-issue on vinyl for Con, the 1978 collaboration album between Kluster founder Conrad Schnitzler and his Tangerine Dream colleague Peter Baumann in the Paragon Studio they had established together. It was among the final records to be made there, and didn’t really get the exposure it deserved due to Schnitzler’s reluctance to promote it. Perhaps that lack of exposure will change with this re-issue. 

Conrad Schnitzler
Gelb (Bonus Version)

Krautrock's tangerine darling, Conrad Schnitzler, loved to make solo records and then name them after colours, and this was a long time ago, so take that, Weezer. 'Gelb', or yellow to us ignorant Brits, is comprised of recordings from 1974, and shows him out of sorts with a far less disciplined approach -- here, he improvises a bunch of shorter tracks with simple keyboard work.
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Conrad Schnitzler
Conditions of the Gas Giant

The late Conrad Schnitzler first issued Conditions Of The Gas Giant on a teeny tiny cassette run back in the late 1980’s. Now the fine folk at Bureau B have snapped up the music for a virgin vinyl/CD release. Conditions Of The Gas Giant is classic Schnitzler fare - slightly proggy avant-tronica that meets in the space between Jean-Michel Jarre and Holger Czukay.

Peter Baumann
Peter Baumann / Conrad Schnitzler

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Conrad Schnitzler / Pole
Con-Struct

German electronic legend (and member of both Tangerine Dream and Kluster) Conrad Schnitzler died a few years ago, but his voluminous synth archives are still being mined by a series of invited artists. On this Con-struct release, club music engineer Pole duets with Schnitzler’s sounds, making brand new compositions. Out on Bureau B.

Conrad Schnitzler
Filmmusik 2

German electronic legend (and member of both Tangerine Dream and Kluster) Conrad Schnitzler produced his Filmmusik tracks in 1975, without bothering to wait for any particular films to come along for the music to fit to. Consequently this music was mostly lost, until Bureau B’s excellent archive-digging skills were deployed. Now, they present Filmmusik 2.

Conrad Schnitzler / Schneider TM
Con-struct

Members of two different generations of talented German experimentalists are brought together via posthumous collaboration. Schneider™ was granted access to the huge audio archive of Conrad Schnitzler, and decided to make an album by live-processing the Schnitzler synth signals into cool new forms. Con-Struct is released by Bureau B

Conrad Schnitzler
Filmmusik 1

At this point in the archival trawlings of Conrad Schnitzler’s back catalogue, tracks are being released that almost nothing is known about: the material presented here is taken from two tapes which are simply labelled ‘Filmmusik 1975 A’ and ‘Filmmusik 1980 B’ (begging the question: what films?). But whatever the provenance, this is typically wonderful Schnitzler-synth musik. Reissued by Bureau B.

Conrad Schnitzler
Kollektion 05: Compiled By Thomas Fehlmann

Conrad Schnitzler was a vital member of Germany’s kraut / komische exploratory synth generation, playing with Tangerine Dream and forming Kluster, not to mention an ocean of other solo and collaborative works. With so much material, we should be grateful to Thomas Fehlmann for compiling Kollektion 05, which he has montaged into a seamless and remarkable whole.

Conrad Schnitzler
Grun

Electronica has a friend in Conrad Schnitzler. The krautrock pioneer has carved out a bit of history for himself being one of the key players in ambient electronic crew Tangerine Dream, and he also played in Kluster with members of the quite bizarre Harmonia. Occasionally, he hid away from the scene to tinker with soe of his own tunes, and 'Grun' is one such example. Originally surfacing in 1981 and containing songs from years before, it's now available through Bureau B. Comprised of two tracks, 'Grun' still offers a plethora of experiments -- you can play the second track at either 33 or 45 RPM. Because, you know, krautrock.

Conrad Schnitzler
Congratulacion

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Conrad Schnitzler
Gold

Ex-Tangerine Dream musician/intern and member of Kluster, Conrad Schnitzler has made a lot of solo material in his own right, and free of the Komische landscape, Bureau B have released select compilations of his work. Gold focuses in on works made between 1976-78, a time in which his work was more short-form and perhaps more easily digestible -- though your mileage may vary.

Conrad Schnitzler & Gregor Schnitzler
Conrad & Sohn

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Conrad Schnitzler
Contempora

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Consequenz

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Con 3

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Conrad Schnitzler / Andreas Reihse
Con-Struct (Andreas Reihse)

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Conrad Schnitzler
Rot

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Blau

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Endtime

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Ballet Statique

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Live '72

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Conrad Schnitzler/Borngraber & Struver
Con-Struct

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Conrad Schnitzler & Bjorn Hatterud
Hirschgebrull

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Conrad Schnitzler / Wolfgang Seidel
Consequenz 010B

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Conrad Schnitzler
10.10.84

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Slow Motion

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Zug

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Silver.

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Trigger Trilogy

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Klavierhelm

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