The fact that Wenn der Sdwind Weht possesses a similar cover photo (a pair of feet dangling over the edge of a pond) to the first Roedelius album is a good indication of the album's similar sound. The ten tracks here are playful synthesizer exercises, many with Roedelius' patented high-pitched melodies, reminiscent of a theremin. "Auf Leisen Sohlen" and the title track are highlights. ~ John Bush
Record Collector (magazine) (p.88) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "There's a beautiful sequenced drift in the music, taunt synth melodies and soothing piano lines....The album is timeless..."