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Erdenklang - Bernard Xolotl 'Mexecho' Album Our relaxing videos combine instrumental background music with nature images to use for relaxing the body, mind.
Enjoy :) 0:00 Star Gulls 5:41 Future Seas 9:09 Drifting Tides 20:28 Indian Loop 27:20 Prophecy Fortuna Records, 1981.
Bernard Xolotl – Mexecho. Label: Syntasy Productions – none. Format: 9 File, MP3, Album, 320kbps. Music By, Composed By, Arranged By, Performer, Recorded By, Producer, Mastered By – Xolotl. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All.
Music By, Composed By, Arranged By, Performer, Recorded By, Producer, Mastered By – Xolotl.
Mexecho ranges from the dreamy to processional, with percolating, bubbly elements playing off of layered undercurrents.
Bernard Xolotl biography Painter, writer and musician, Bernard Xolotl figures among the pioneers of cosmic synth music next to Klaus Schulze and others. Step by step he considered the Berlin progressive electronic scene as a major influence on his work. So for me it has been a pleasure, to aquire such a great ic album, from a rather obscure and unknown artist.
Is Mexecho the best album by Bernard Xolotl? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Mexecho by Bernard Xolotl (1991) Overall rank: 78,908th. Accolades: Top albums of 1991 (1,205th). Top albums of the 1990s (13,905th). Best albums of all time (78,908th).
Listen free to Bernard Xolotl – Mexecho (Balboa, Mazatlan No. I and more). Mexecho, one of his most brilliant albums, was released in 1991 by the German label Erdenklang, although most of the music had already been composed by late 1988. In 1996, his previous albums began to be re-released in CD format by the French label Spalax. Xolotl is a versatile artist. As we have noted before, painting and writing are activities that he combines with that of composing.
Electronic composer Bernard Xolotl was born in France in 1951. As a teen, he was introduced to electronic music through the works of musique concrete composers like Pierre Henry and Pierre Schaeffer, although he found the early recordings of Pink Floyd to be more inspirational. At age 18, he realized that he needed more freedom to live and express his ideas than the one that France could provide him with. With the latter, he released the album "Prophecy" in 1980. During 1981, in San Francisco, Xolotl worked on many projects with virtuoso violinist Daniel Kobialka and the record "Procession" was released in 1982.
Bernard Xolotl is one of new age music's true originals (he was Fortuna's first artist, dating back to 1979), although most of the musical transitions may not seem so original to the experienced ear. In fact, the musical journeys of Mexecho are like a travelogue through the various musical styles of Jarre, Lynch, Tri Atma and other familiar-sounding motifs of various genre maestros.
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- Pressed By – P+O Pallas – 7895
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Erdenklang Musikverlag Ulrich Rützel
- Copyright (c) – Erdenklang Musikverlag Ulrich Rützel
- Published By – Erdenklang Musikverlag Ulrich Rützel
- Distributed By – in-akustik GmbH
- Cover, Design [Cover Design] – Hansi Schorn*
- Cover, Photography By [Frontcover Photo] – Sebastian Wagner
- Music By, Composed By [Titles Composed By], Arranged By, Performer [Performed By], Recorded By, Producer [Produced By], Mastered By – Xolotl*
NotesAll titles published by Erdenklang Musikverlag Ulrich Rützel, Hamburg
℗ & © 1991 by Erdenklang Musikverlag Ulrich Rützel
Manufactured in Germany.
Made in Germany
Vertrieb in Deutschland: in-akustik GmbH
Packaging: standard jewel case with 20-page booklet
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 23091 14394 3
- Matrix / Runout: 91339 P+O-7895-A1 01-91
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 8155
- Other (SPARS code): DDA
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