Album der Woche #43-2020 – “Footprints” by Michael Brückner


… und wieder mal was neues von Michael, diesmal allerdings nicht auf seiner Bandcampseite erhältlich, aber bei nahezu allen großen Onlinehändlern als und Streamingportalen.

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In early 2015, Tangerine Dream founder Edgar Froese passed away. Like many, I too was shocked by losing one of the founding fathers and main inspirations of the music we love!
A few weeks later, a friend who hosted a radio show – Christian Fiesel – invited me to contribute a track for an Edgar Froese tribute show that he was putting together. At first I hesitated, for I usually don’t do tribute tracks and felt that this were shoes to big to wear for me. However, he persuaded me to give it a try, and the result was the central track on this album – “Everlasting Footprints” (a title that has the initials EF!).
Another month later, I was asked to contribute to yet another memorial radio show – and for that purpose created several alternative mixes of that track. One of them is included in this album as well (but not the one that was aired). The two versions of “Everlasting Footprints” are quite different, and I guess it’s worth having them both!
At the time, I didn’t want to include these tracks on an album, because it would have felt like capitalizing on Edgar’s passing. But more than five years later, it seems appropriate to finally release this music.
Of course, I didn’t stop recording music since 2015, and in 2018 and 2019, I was yet again invited to contribute to different compilations which were specifically dedicated to Berlin School… more
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released September 25, 2020

Michael Brückner used the following hardware and software synthesizers:
Waldorf Blofeld, Korg Z1, Korg 05R/W, ELKA Solist 505, Behringer Model D, NI Absynth, U-HE Zebra, U-HE Diva, Propellerhead Reason