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Pool Hall Richard
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Re: Tangerine Dream

Postby Pool Hall Richard » 14 Mar 2024, 21:13

For those with Sky in UK. friday night, channel 130 - 12.30am-02.15am, Revoluton of sound - Tangerine Dream,

For the first time we see TD backstage, on tour in Europe and the US and more in the history of the band. A tribute to Edgar Froese

Is this a new feature? Cant say ive seen TD featured on tv before,

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Re: Tangerine Dream

Postby C » 15 Mar 2024, 11:15

GoogaMooga wrote: I'll give Logos, Encore, and Hyperborea some serious consideration now.


It’s always a difficult one with this type of ‘where to next’ type threads.

Everybody’s got their favourites and recommendations can lead to a list that is as long as your arm.

Of course TD fans are not like that and those measured choices are limited and good ones.

However, if Googs enjoys the snappier two soundtracks then I’m not sure Encore and Logos should be the lad’s next port of call

Both are excellent albums but….

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Re: Tangerine Dream

Postby Pool Hall Richard » 23 Mar 2024, 21:05

https://www.loudersound.com/news/tanger ... n-sale-now

TD on new Prog magazine. Never buy it but tempted by this issue.

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Re: Tangerine Dream

Postby C » 25 Mar 2024, 11:25

Tangram
Stratosfear
Force Majeure

Are essential from the late 70s period

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Re: Tangerine Dream

Postby ConnyOlivetti » 26 Mar 2024, 15:53

C wrote:Tangram
Stratosfear
Force Majeure

Are essential from the late 70s period

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Tangram belongs to early 80s, surely, or?
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Re: Tangerine Dream

Postby C » 26 Mar 2024, 17:07

ConnyOlivetti wrote:
C wrote:Tangram
Stratosfear
Force Majeure

Are essential from the late 70s period

As you were



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Tangram belongs to early 80s, surely, or?


I thought a pedant might notice that!

It was recorded in the first couple of months of 1980 and released in May 1980

In fact the live album Quichotte/Pergamon was recorded in January 1980 and contains a couple of very similar passages to be found on Tangram

That’s close enough for me!





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Re: Tangerine Dream

Postby C » 08 Apr 2024, 12:04

never/ever wrote:Personally I'd try Hyperborea


A corker Maarts!



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