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Johannes Schmoelling

Johannes Schmoelling

Johannes Schmoelling


Johannes Schmoelling has developed a reputation as the guru of electronic concept albums. Born in Lohne, Germany in 1950, he began playing the piano at age of eight. By age twelve he had developed a fascination with the pipe organ, and within two years had mastered the instrument to such a level that he began to play professionally in various churches. After graduating college in 1978 with a degree in sound engineering, Schmoelling began doing work for live theatrical performances at Berlin's famous Schaubühne am Halleschen Ufer Read more on Last.fm
Johannes Schmoelling has developed a reputation as the guru of electronic concept albums. Born in Lohne, Germany in 1950, he began playing the piano at age of eight. By age twelve he had developed a fascination with the pipe organ, and within two years had mastered the instrument to such a level that he began to play professionally in various churches. After graduating college in 1978 with a degree in sound engineering, Schmoelling began doing work for live theatrical performances at Berlin's famous Schaubühne am Halleschen Ufer, allowing him to combine his technical and musical interests.

In 1979 Schmoelling met Edgar Froese, and joined with him and Christoph Franke to reestablish the trio status of Tangerine Dream. Schmoelling debuted on TD's Tangram in 1980, and spent the next five years recording and touring with the group. Over that time span the trio released several landmark albums including Exit and Logos Live, as well as a series of film soundtracks such as Thief, Risky Business and Legend. In 1986 Schmoelling left the group to pursue a solo career. His first solo album Wuivend Riet in 1987 established a new direction for Schmoelling, a unique sound of electronic-based thematic works arranged in natural sonic environments.

His follow-up albums continued in that vein, leading up to his most recent release Songs No Words in 1995. Since 1995 up to now Johannes does the soundtrack music for the German TV-series "Ein starkes Team" ("A strong team"). 1998 saw the re-release of his long sought after record The Zoo Of Tranquility in a re-recorded and remixed version, including additional new tracks. And in the end of the same year Johannes Schmoelling got his very own official website on the internet. In 2000 he founded his own label Viktoriapark records on which the long deleted album White Out saw its rerelease. During the following years Johannes finished work on the second release on the label, Laufen, a radio play, besides working on several soundtrack music for television. During 2003 his new release Recycle Or Die took shape and saw its release on Johannes birthday, November 9th. (taken from johannes schmoelling`s official site) ...................................................................................... Member of Tangerine Dream during probably their most productive period 1980 - 1985.

Latterly has recorded some impressive solo albums of his own. Originally trained as a sound engineer in a theatre, he has recently released new pieces. Solo Discography (Studio albums): 1. Wuivend Riet (Erdenklang, 1986) 2. The Zoo Of Tranquility (Theta, 1988) 3. White Out (Polydor, 1990) 4.

Lieder Ohne Worte - Songs No Words (Erdenklang, 1995) 5. The Zoo Of Tranquility (Erdenklang, 1998) 6. White Out (Viktoriapark, 2000) 7. Recycle Or Die (Viktoriapark, 2003) 8.

Instant City (Viktoriapark, 2006) 9. Images and Memory 1986-2006 (Viktoriapark 2007) 10. Early Beginnings (Viktoriapark 2008) RADIO-PLAYS : 1. Audio Art (Semele/ Viktoriapark, 2006) (delayed, December 2007) 2.

Weltmärchen - Weltmusik (Viktoriapark, 2004) 3. Laufen (Viktoriapark, 2002) 4. Der Zaubergeiger Settembrini (Deutsche Grammophon, 1989) Different Compilations Featuring Johannes Schmoelling: 1. Electronische Muziek 1994 (Klem, 1994) 2.

Infinite Horizons (Horizon Music, 1998) 3. Music for the 3rd Millennium, Vol. 3 (AMP, 2001) 4. Edition #6 (GROOVE, 2005) 5.

Edition #13 (GROOVE, 2006) Johannes Schmoelling with Tangerine Dream: Studio albums: 1. Tangram (1980) 2. Exit (1981) 3. White Eagle (1982) 4.

Hyperborea (1983) 5. Le Parc (1985) 6. Kyoto (2005) Live albums: 1. Quichotte (1981) 2.

Logos - Live At The Dominion (1982) 3. Poland - The Warsaw Concert (1984) 4. Aachen - January 21st 1981 (2004) 5. Pergamon (1986) 6.

Paris - February 2nd 1981 (2004) 7. Sohoman (1999) 8. Sydney - February 22nd 1982 (2004) 9. The Bootleg Box Set Vol.

2 (2004) 10. Preston - November 5th 1980 (2006) Soundtrack albums: 1. Thief (1981) 2. Wavelength (1983) 3.

Risky Business (1984) 4. Flashpoint (1984) 5. Firestarter (1984) 6. Heartbreakers (1985) 7.

Legend (1986) 8. The Park Is Mine (1986) 9. The Keep (Bootleg) (1996) 10. The Keep (1997/ 1999) Compilations: 1.

Dream Sequence (1985) 2. Tangents 1973 - 1983 (1994) 3. The Dream Roots Collection (1996) 4. Tangerine Dream (1999) 5.Antique Dreams (June 30th 2000) 6.

i-Box (11/2000) 7. Tangines Scales 8. Silver Siren Collection 9. Cyberjam Collection 10.

Antique Dreamland 11. Ocean Waves Collection 12. TD plays TD (2006) 13. Booster (2007) Twilight Folder (never released) . Read more on Last.fm.

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