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Wroclaw Live

RELEASE DATE: July 19th, 2007


1. Sunrain
2. Saint and Sinner
3. Trunky Groove
4. Die Mulde
5. Shuttlecock

6. Credits

running time: 1 hour 24 min.

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Manuel Göttsching:
Guitar and Electronics

Live Visuals:
Kinga Kielczynska

produced by Ilona Ziok for MG.ART

Recorded live at the International Film Festival
on 29th of July 2006 in Wroclaw (Poland)
on Location:
Burgher Brewary (Browar Mieszczanski)

  • all tracks written by Manuel Göttsching
    music composed and mixed by Manuel Göttsching

Released only on DVD

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Review by Terry Hawke:

"Wroclaw - Live" Manuel Göttsching & Kinga Kielczynska
Recorded: July 29th 2006, Film Festival Era New Horizons, Wroclaw, Poland
Music: Manuel Göttsching / Visuals: Kinga Kielczynska
Total Time: Approx 83 minutes
Tracks: "Sunrain", "Saint & Sinner", "Trunky Groove", "Die Mulde / Zerfluss", "Shuttlecock"

"This terrific DVD would serve to enhance not only the die-hard fans
of Manuel Göttsching, but to the uninitiated too. From the opening scenes
featuring the first track "Sunrain", the DVD evolves into a blissful and
heart-vibrant production of Manuel's evocative compositions.
"Saint and Sinner" glides nicely along and blends effortlessly into the
seductively ambient "Trunky Groove", a track that will surely become a classic.
"Die Mulde /Zerfluss" drifts a meandering soundscape that merges stealthily into
"Shuttlecock". This all-time favourite composition, complete with some
excellent re-styling, sears and soothes a path through an audionic labyrinth
of synthonic swirls and laid-back guitar riffs. So, combined with Kinga's stunning
over-lap and digital visuals, Manuel Gottsching's "Wroclaw - Live", serves as a
pinnacle of musical and visual harmony, well to me anyway!" Cool Vibes! Terry Hawke

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