Schiller’s stunning album “Sehnsucht” made me decide to investigate his back catalogue a bit further, which brought me to “Tag un Nacht”.
Again, this album presents a balanced mix of vocal and instrumental tracks, with even some great pop songs such as “Miles and Miles” and “Falling” (both with Moya –the voice of “Clannad”– Brennan) or the emotional and sensitive “Der Tage” (with Jette von Roth).
Regarding the instrumental outings, there are beauties like the glowing “Nachtflug”, “Schritt der Zeit” and “Sonnenaufgang”, the driving and highly cinematic “Berlin Bombay” or the soft yearning “Jahresringe” next to the exiting tracks “Irrlicht” and “Feuerwerk”.
After 78 minutes of in-depth music, “Tag und Nacht” proves to be a solid, emotional and well produced release any Schiller fan will fully embrace.
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