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Sterntaler Studio album by Michael Rother Released 1978 Recorded September 1977 - November 1977, in Forst and Conny's Studio[1] Genre Krautrock, Art-rock Label Sky Records Producer Michael Rother & Conny Plank Professional reviews Allmusic [2] Dusted Reviews (Positive)[3] Head Heritage (Positive)[4] Michael Rother chronology Flammende Herzen (1977) Sterntaler (1978) Katzenmusik (1979) Sterntaler is the second solo album by Michael Rother. Rother played all of the instruments with the exception of drums which were performed by Jaki Liebezeit from Can.[1] Track listing All music written by Michael Rother. Side one No. Title Length 1. "Sonnenrad"   6:01 2. "Blauer Regen"   3:09 3. "Stromlinien"   8:11 Side two No. Title Length 4. "Sterntaler"   6:46 5. "Fontana Di Luna"   6:39 6. "Orchestrion"   3:40 CD bonus tracks No. Title Length 7. "Lichter Von Kairo [1993]"   6:44 8. "Patagonia Horizont [1993]"   6:08 9. "Südseewellen [1993] (Extended Dance Remix)"   5:08 Personnel Michael Rother - Guitar, Piano, Bass, Vibraphone, Hawaii-Guitar, Synthesizer, Strings, Producer Jaki Liebezeit - Drums Conny Plank - Producer References ^ a b "Michael Rother - Edition". Random Records - a division of Spieker und Rother GmbH. http://www.michaelrother.de/en/disk.php. Retrieved 25 April 2010.  ^ Jurek, Thom. "Review: Sterntaler - Michael Rother". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r48341/review. Retrieved 24 April 2010.  ^ Rondeau, Bernardo. "Review: Michael Rother - Flammende Herzen / Sterntaler / Katzenmusik / Fernwärme ". ©2002-2005 Dusted Magazine. http://www.dustedmagazine.com/reviews/4535. Retrieved 16 May 2010.  ^ The Seth Man. "Review: Michael Rother - Sterntaler". ©1997-2010ce Head Heritage Ltd. http://www.headheritage.co.uk/unsung/thebookofseth.php/51. Retrieved 16 May 2010.