|1.||"Inspirations From A Mental Realm" (16:35)|
|1.||"Variations On A Pentatonic Motion" (11:43)|
|2.||"Rhytmic Desert" (5:54)|
|2.||"3C 123" (19:29)|
|1.||"The Quantum Jump" (bonus track) (18:03)|
Sometime Klaus Schulze collaborator Andreas Grosser spent much of the late '70s and early '80s making experimental syntheszier music inspired by the (then) West German kosmiche scene, handing out cassettes of his recordings to anyone who was interested. The best of these unreleased works were first gathered together on 1981's Venite Vessum, a cassette-only release that now exchanges hands for large sums online. Happily, Running Back has decided to make it available on vinyl for the first time, stretching the spacey and otherworldly ambience of Grosser's deep space compositions - some of which bubble along gracefully for 15 minutes at a time - over two slabs of wax. Thrillingly, this edition also includes a previously unheard track, the Philip Glass style synthesizer cycles and sun-bright positivity of "The Quantum Jump".
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