Harmonia

Members of Harmonia: Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Michael Rother
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.michaelrother.de/en/harmony.php, http://www.myspace.com/roedelius, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harmonia_(band)

Discography of Harmonia:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 1992 Brain
2 Deluxe 6 Audio 1995-08-02 Brain
3 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 2004
4 Dino 8 Audio 1980 Brain
5 Deluxe 6 Audio 2004 Universal Music
6 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 2006 Lilith
7 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 1974
8 Deluxe 6 Audio 1994 Germanofon
9 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 1994 Germanofon
10 Deluxe 6 Audio 2006 Lilith
11 Deluxe 6 Audio 2001 Won-Sin Music Company
12 De Luxe (Immer Wieder) / Monza (Rauf Und Runter) 2 Audio 2008 Bureau B
13 Deluxe 6 Audio 2005-05-18 Brain
14 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 2005-05-18 Brain
15 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 2004 Brain
16 Live 1974 5 Audio 2008-06-06 P-Vine Records
17 Live 1974 5 Audio 2007 Grönland Records
18 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 2004
19 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 2010
20 Deluxe 6 Audio 1977 Brain
21 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 1977 Brain
22 Dino 8 Audio 1981 Brain
23 Musik Von Harmonia 8 Audio 1974 Brain
24 Deluxe 6 Audio 2010
25 Deluxe 6 Audio 2004
26 De Luxe (immer wieder) / Monza (rauf und runter) 2 Audio 1975 Metronome
27 Live All Tomorrow's Parties 20.09.2008 2 Audio 2008 Not On Label
28 Musik Von Harmonia 18 Audio 2013 Lilith
29 Deluxe 12 Audio 2013 Lilith


Harmonia is a Krautrock supergroup from Germany. They formed as a collaboration between [a=Michael Rother] of [a=Neu!] and [a=Hans-Joachim Roedelius] and [a=Dieter Moebius] of [a=Cluster] and later included British ambient music artist [a=Brian Eno]. (The lone release with Eno, "Tracks and Traces", was released under the name [a=Harmonia 76].) The first album, "Musik Von Harmonia" (1973), leaned more towards Cluster's ambient-tinged rock than Neu's Motorik rock. The second album "Deluxe" (1975) had much stronger beats and a more Motorik and arguably more commercial sound. With the addition of Brian Eno for the 1976 recording sessions the third album, Tracks and Traces, was again more ambient in style.

Harmonia disbanded in 1976 but reunited in 2007 and performed live, opening the Worldtronics Festival at the at Haus der Weltkulturen in Berlin, Germany on November 27, 2007. The release of "Live 1974", featuring entirely new material not on any previous album, also took place in November of 2007.


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