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Tango-Saty is the second track on the fifteenth album by Klaus Schulze, AUDENTITY (1983) - on the 2005 reissue it is track number four. The title refers to the Tango dance and the composer Eric Satie (1866 - 1925).

Details

Recorded: Autumn/winter 1982

Composer(s): Klaus Schulze

Perfomer(s): Klaus Schulze, Rainer Bloss (keyboards), Michael Shrieve (percussion)

Alternative Version(s): Warsaw, Peg Leg Dance, Count Me In, The Martial Law

Notes

On all LP issues Tango-Saty/Amourage/Opheylissem are given as one piece of 21:31 duration.

The prominent melody of Tango-Saty can be found in the live track Warsaw from DZIEKUJE POLAND (1983), and Peg Leg Dance, The Martial Law and Count Me In from JUBILEE EDITION (1997).

A set of cover versions by electronic musician KAZZ exist under the name Frank's Tango, combining elements of Frank Herbert and Tango-Saty.

This track was (partly) used for:

  • the German ballet "Rattenfalle" (2006 and 2008) at Kammerspiel Würzburg

Releases

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