Another retro-Synthesizer album. I had it in my collection but I feel it was not very well known. Do you think different?
Jürgen Pluta is a German keyboardist and bass guitarist. He started with the band Prosper, but came to wider attention as the bassist in the mid-1970’s transitional incarnation of Wallenstein (in which Harald Grosskopf played drums). He later surprised with his album Blanche, with up-tempo synthesizer music, featuring classical motifs and a hint of Jean Michel Jarre. He then went on to form his own synth-rock trio Pluta Connexion.
From the Inlay:
- Im Ariola Vertrieb
- Printed in Western Germany by Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe GmbH, Gütersloh
- Auch als 30-cm-LP 202 810-320 erhältlich.
- Ariola-Eurodisc GmbH, München.
- Catalog# on cover flipside and spine: 402 810-352
Catalog# on cassette-labels: 402 810
This is a video with the complete recordings: