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Blackouts
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Style:
Leftfield, Krautrock, Experimental, Minimal, Ambient
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MP3 album size:
1876 mb
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4.4 ✪

Blackouts is a solo album by German musician Manuel Göttsching, released in 1977. All songs composed by Manuel Göttsching. Manuel Göttsching – guitars, keyboards, sequencer.

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Blackouts (Ashra album). Blackouts is a solo album by German musician Manuel Göttsching, released in 1978. The album was written and performed entirely by Göttsching on electric guitar, keyboards.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. In studio record of this music release "Blackouts" attended those artists: Splash Studio (Art Direction), Mike Noome (Illustration ), Manuel Göttsching (Producer, Arranged By, Composed By, Sequenced By, Keyboards, Guitar), Watch now the video Ashra - Blackouts: Ashra - 77 Slightly Delayed. Ashra - 77 Slightly Delayed from the album "Blackouts" (1977) Manuel Göttsching, guitar, keyboards, sequencer. Midnight on mars (Ashra, correlations in concert 2012).

Tracklist

A1 77 Slightly Delayed 6:42
A2 Midnight On Mars 6:50
A3 Don't Trust The Kids 3:30
A4 Blackouts 4:18
B1 Shuttle Cock 8:25
B2 Lotus Parts I-IV 16:58

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Studio Roma
  • Remixed At – ERD Studio
  • Manufactured By – C.I.D.I.S. Louviers
  • Printed By – C.I.D.I.S. Louviers
  • Distributed By – Polydor S.A.

Credits

  • Arranged By – Manuel Göttsching
  • Art Direction – Splash Studio
  • Composed By – Manuel Göttsching
  • Cover [Illustration] – Mike Noome
  • Guitar – Manuel Göttsching
  • Keyboards – Manuel Göttsching
  • Producer – Manuel Göttsching
  • Sequenced By – Manuel Göttsching

Notes

Recorded at Studio Roma, Berlin, September 1977
Remixed at ERD Studio, Berlin, October 1977
Many thanks to: Udo Arndt (for the lonely guitar sound), Micky's 'Strat', Rosi's patience and Herr Schmidt.

This record should be heard comfortably

℗ 1977 Virgin Records Limited
Distribution exclusive POLYDOR S.A. Fabriqué en France

Some copies of this edition came with hype stickers from Virgin crediting the album to Ashra Temple.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Stamped): VIG 2473740 1 380 CIDIS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Stamped): VIG 2473740 2 380 CIDIS
  • Rights Society: SACEM/SACD/SGDL/SDRM
  • Price Code: A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
25 686 XOT Ashra Blackouts ‎(LP, Album) Virgin 25 686 XOT Germany 1978
VIP-6906 Ashra Blackouts ‎(LP, Album) Virgin VIP-6906 Japan 1978
CAROL 1665-2 Ashra Blackouts ‎(CD, Album) Caroline Blue Plate CAROL 1665-2 US 1990
MG.ART 803, BELLE 121912 Manuel Göttsching Blackouts ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) MG.ART, Belle Antique MG.ART 803, BELLE 121912 Japan 2012
LP 14759 Ashra Blackouts ‎(LP, Album, RE) Spalax Music LP 14759 France 2004


Reviews:
  • ZEr0
This is one of the epic Guitar/Synth albums of the late 70's that builds on use of delayed and looped guitar and analog synth sequences. This is where Ash Ra really takes off from the foundations of the Ash Ra Tempel band into Manuel's headspace and with amazing results. He's later revisited some of his classic E2-E4 works by treating it as the contemporary classical composition it should be seen as, using multiple guitars to perform that piece live. I don't think he could ever pull that off with this, with only Manuel playing, per the liner notes, 'Sequencer, Keyboards and a lot of guitar." I could compare it to Tim Blake's Crystal Machine or Tangerine Dream, but Manuel Gottsching really owns the territory this release explores, as a logical extension of his work with Ash Ra Tempel as they evolved and dropped acid with Tim Leary, to this... outward and onward. Blackouts might sound a bit less uncommon now, decades later... but if you you were even alive before 1980 and had a chance to hear this you were lucky to ever find it, and over the years this has become recognized for the cult classic it has always been in the minds of us lucky enough to have had this to chill out to back in the late 70's and early 80's. Keep in mind that this was done with minimal technology at a time when few people had hands on a studio with gear capable of recording this, and that this is one of the guys with the vision to see and hear what could be done with it and where it could lead. It was amazing to hear then, when you'd never hear anything like this on radio, when the Internet didn't exist, and when you were pretty damn luck if you ever found a copy of this or someone who had it, and could kick back, and chill... and it's still an adventure now, when making music that sounds sort of like this isn't hard, but still requires more talent than most people will ever have to even get close to this good. "This record should be heard comfortably" is what the back cover advises.