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Japan 1996 Live

Japan 1996 Live
Live album by Cluster
Released 1997
Recorded 1996
Genre Krautrock
Kosmische Musik
Experimental Music
Electronic music
Ambient Music
Length 71:14
Label Captain Trip
Producer Cluster, Tim Story, & Felix Jay.
Cluster chronology
One Hour
(1995)
Japan 1996 Live
(1997)
First Encounter Tour 1996
(1997)
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Japan 1996 Live is the eleventh full-length album by German electronic music outfit Cluster. It was the second of three live albums released by Cluster.

Japan 1996 Live was recorded at On Air West in Tokyo and also in Osaka, Japan in June, 1996. It was Cluster's first release for the Japanese Captain Trip label, which has subsequently released a number of Cluster and Kluster reissues. The album was co-produced by noted keyboardist and ambient music composer Tim Story.

Track listing

  1. From Osaka "Muse Hall"/"On Air West" (Tokyo) – 25:21
  2. From Osaka "Muse Hall" – 6:26
  3. From Osaka "Club Quattro" – 4:14
  4. From Osaka "Muse Hall" – 35:13

Personnel

References

  • Curry, Russ A Curious History of Cluster. Retrieved August 18, 2007.
  • Discogs [1]. Retrieved August 19, 2007.
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