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Re: Dig if u will my research paper Chapter2

--- Kim Flint <kflint@loopers-delight.com> wrote:
> >and even though Tangerine Dream namechecks old
> Karlheinz, Klaus went 
> >ballistic on this journalist when he asked him if
> Cage, Riley, and 
> >Stockhausen were influences:
> http://www.klaus-schulze.com/interv/in9704.htm
> that's funny...  It could easily be the case that
> Stockhausen's ideas and 
> work ethic inspired a community of people around him
> in germany that went 
> on to create more listenable music and attract
> others who never knew about 
> Stockhausen at all. so the krautrock types came out
> of his legacy without 
> necessarily being directly connected to him.

I like how Schulze mentions several times and quited
prickly how rather than being influenced by
Stockhausen, he was listening to (among others) Pink
Floyd. If you read interviews with Floyd's Rick Wright
(circa Ummagumma) he seems to go out of his way to
name drop Stockhausen as his own biggest influence...


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