Earthstar ‎– French Skyline (1979)

French Skyline is an album by American electronic combo Earthstar, produced by Klaus Schulze and released in 1979 on Sky Records.

Tracklist:
Latin Sirens Face The Wall
A1. “Part I. Sirens” (4:14)
A2. “Part II. The Amazon” (10:18)
A3. “Part III. The Flourishing Illusion” (5:07)
B1. “Splendored Skies And Angels” (6:21)
French Sky Lines Suite
B2. “Movement I. Morning Song (For Iris And Richard)” (3:50)
B3. “Movement II. Sources Change, Including ‘The Movement’” (4:48)
B4. “Movement III. 3 Demensional Music” (4:47)
B5. “Movement IV. Wind And Sky Symphony / Reprise: Morning Song” (5:13)

Credits:
Bass, Electronics [Devices] – Norm Peach
Choir [Hu Choir] – Craig Wuest, Joan N., Marla T., Phil N.
Electric Guitar, Guitar [Treated], Electronics [Tonewall] – Dennis Rea
Flute, Woodwind [Templewind] – Tim Finnegan
French Horn, Flute – Marla Thomson
Sitar – Dirk Schmalenbach
Synthesizer, Sequencer, Mellotron, Keyboards [Biotron], Piano, Sitar, Harp, Effects [Sundrys, Glass Games, Night Machine, Tone Doctor], Voice, Vocoder, Bells [Tibetan Bells], Percussion [Assorted], Loops [Tapeloops], Electronics [Treatments] – Craig Wuest
Violin [Violin I], Viola, Electronics [Treatments] – Louis Deponté
Violin [Violin II] – Phil Novak
Violin [Whaling], Electronics [Sheets Of Sound] – Daryl Trivieri

Liner Notes [Cover Notes & Credits] – Craig, Melanie
Mixed By, Recorded By [Additional Recording] – Craig Wuest, Eberhard Panne
Producer – Craig Wuest, Klaus Schulze
Programmed By [Moogmodular System Programming], Technician [Technical Advice] – Klaus Schulze
Recorded By [Sea Birds At The French Coast] – Louis Deponté
Engineer – Craig Wuest (B1 to B5), Klaus S. (A1 to A3), Shocking Louie (B1 to B5)
Engineer [Bass & Strings Recording] – John Bunkfeldt
Design [Cover], Photography By – Craig Wuest
Typography [Satz], Cover – Atelier Schümann, Hamburg

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