Tangerine Dream

The most famous electronic music band ever. The inventor of the berlin school style.
Tangerine Dream
Steve Jolliffe - Poland

Artist: Steve Jolliffe
P: 2004
LTD 300

Recorded live in Jelenia Gora Poland during Ricochet Gathering EM Festival, September 11, 2004.
Track 1 has excerpt of lost Tangerine Dream music from 1967 with Steve Jolliffe and Edgar Froese on guitar.

This release from 2006 offers 65 minutes of fervent music recorded live in Jelani Gora, Poland, on September 11, 2004.
Having played with such EM greats as Tangerine Dream and Klaus Schulze, Jolliffe has enjoyed a long solo career producing albums of delightful electronic music for nearly two decades. This latest shows him alone on stage, armed with piano, keyboards, flute, and an extraordinary predilection for nimble creativity.
Dramatic piano passages establish a strange cafe milieu that becomes even stranger as eerie electronics enter the mix. Dark textures coalesce, immersing the stage in a fertile fog that sparkles with effects and sporadic strings and other instruments. Eventually, twinkling piano asserts dominance over these peripheral embellishments, guiding the miasma into a more orderly flow. And gradually, the auxiliary samples adopt melodic demeanor and compliment Jolliffe's live performance, lending snappy rhythms and sighing tonalities to the easygoing piano.
Live flute and electronic urgency often appear in tandem. The accompanying electronics surge with bouncy, dark energy, while the frolicsome flute cavorts with passionate abandon. Before any outbursts have the opportunity to become too boisterous, Jolliffe reigns them with nimble-fingered piano, generating foundational drama that reaches out and grips the soul with classical eloquence.
The CD features three long tracks, allowing each composition ample room to grow and flex and indulge in mischievous variations.
The first track utilizes a sound excerpt of Edgar (Tangerine Dream) Froese guitar from 1967.

17,85 EUR
 
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Tangerine Ambience Vol.1 - A Tribute to Tangerine Dream

Artist: Various Artists
P: 1996

A collection of tracks from different electronic musicians, that play favourite TD tracks in their own style.

Here the last copy!

24,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Ambience Vol.2 - A Tribute to Tangerine Dream

Artist: Various Artists
P: 1997

A collection of tracks from different electronic musicians, that play favourite TD tracks in their own style.

28,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream + Brain May (Queen) - Starmus - Sonic Universe
Artist: Tangerine Dream & Brian May (Queen)
P: 2013

After a long wait we are proud to announce the eagerly-awaited CD production of STARMUS – SONIC UNIVERSE, a release of the sensational musical collaboration between two legendary names: Brian May and Tangerine Dream. Brian May had been for decades the great guitar player, arranger and co-singer with one of the greatest rock bands of all time: QUEEN. Tangerine Dream came from a complete different angel of the musical world.
Being the first band ever using Moog sequencer rhythm live on stage, being called the early masterminds of ambient sound and highly acclaimed Hollywood film composers for many years, Tangerine Dream have set more than one landmark in musical history. Now here is the result of a very unusual concert of the two legends at the Starmus Festival on the Island of Tenerife. In June 2011 this festival was held in the honor of the 50th Anniversary of Juri Gagarin’s first spaceflight. Among the guests you could witness Neil Armstrong (first man on the moon) in one of his last public appearances and Buzz Aldrin (second man on the moon), Alexei Leonow - first man stepping out of his capsule into space, Jim Lovell and many more. The first track of the CD - SUPERNOVA - integrates ORIGINAL, REAL STAR SOUNDS – something very special. Prof. Garik Israelian, astrophysicist and founder of the STARMUS FESTIVAL captured these unique sounds. Can you imagine how the sun sounds in space? Get an idea of this sound when listening to SUPERNOVA. Enjoy with this release the highlights of TD’s musical career in combination with Brian May’s unique guitar.


 
22,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream + Brain May (Queen) - Starmus - Sonic Universe DVD
Artist: Tangerine Dream & Brian May (Queen)
P: 2016

Finally we are proud to announce the eagerly-awaited DVD production of STARMUS – SONIC UNIVERSE, a release of the sensational musical collaboration between two legendary names: Brian May and Tangerine Dream. Brian May had been for decades the great guitar player, arranger and co-singer with one of the greatest rock bands of all time: QUEEN. Tangerine Dream came from a complete different angel of the musical world.
Being the first band ever using Moog sequencer rhythm live on stage, being called the early masterminds of ambient sound and highly acclaimed Hollywood film composers for many years, Tangerine Dream have set more than one landmark in musical history. Now here is the result of a very unusual concert of the two legends at the Starmus Festival on the Island of Tenerife. In June 2011 this festival was held in the honor of the 50th Anniversary of Juri Gagarin’s first spaceflight. Among the guests you could witness Neil Armstrong (first man on the moon) in one of his last public appearances and Buzz Aldrin (second man on the moon), Alexei Leonow - first man stepping out of his capsule into space, Jim Lovell and many more. The first track of the DVD - SUPERNOVA - integrates ORIGINAL, REAL STAR SOUNDS – something very special. Prof. Garik Israelian, astrophysicist and founder of the STARMUS FESTIVAL captured these unique sounds. Can you imagine how the sun sounds in space? Get an idea of this sound when listening to SUPERNOVA. Enjoy with this release the highlights of TD’s musical career in combination with Brian May’s unique guitar. Dedicated to Edgar.
22,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - 220 Volt Live

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1993/ 2009
"220 Volt Live" is a recording from Tangerine Dream's tour of the USA in 1992. It is also the companion CD to the "Three Phase" video of the same tour featuring the same music. All in all, the concert is an inspired mix of the traditional Tangerine Dream elements of massed synthesiser choirs over sliding sequencer-driven rhythms with the newer elements of Linda Spa's bluesy sax playing, Zlatko Perica's guitar lines and a heavy drum-kit driven rock beat, so characteristic of many 90s Tangerine Dream studio albums. The main set consists of nine numbers, played in the usual TD live manner of two half-hour seamless segues. The concert opens with some trademark Tangerine Dream synth calls, announcing the start of 'Oriental Haze', a beautiful synthesiser ballad over a rising sequencer pulse into which a soaring sax line integrates effortlessly. The synthesiser rhythm track continues into 'Two bunch palms', this time beneath a powerful guitar lead which takes us into the heart of the concert's first set with '220 Volt' and 'Homeless', both of which are classic Tangerine Dream blends of chorused synths and singing guitar lines over a restless, ever shifting, sequencer pulse.The second h alf of the concert starts in traditional Tangerine Dream manner, too, with some unusual and tantalising synth voicing on 'Sundance Kid' with its sliding, overlapping sequencer pulses pulling the rhythm around again, more hallmark Tangerine Dream. 'Backstreet Hero' starts out reminiscent of much of the earlier album, "Le Parc", but gradually the pure synthesiser elements in the music are squeezed out by rhythm guitar and drum kit. The transformation from old to new era TD continues in 'The Blue Bridge', where some traditional Dream synthesiser themes are gradually overpowered by the saxophone lead, before returning briefly as introduction to the soaring guitar-driven heart of the second half of the concert, 'Hamlet'. The main set closes with 'Dreamtime', in which the saxophone, guitar and rock drum-beat domination over the synthesisers announces in no uncertain terms that the old Tangerine Dream is dead! Long live Tangerine Dream! The disc has two fairly feeble encore pieces (one of which is a cover of the immortal Jimi Hendrix number 'Purple Haze', about which, the less said the better, Grammy nominated though it may have been; the other, entitled 'Treasure of Innocence', is a synthesiser ballad typical of those that TD use to send people home from their concerts -- a sort of musical after-dinner mint) to finish what is otherwise an excellent Tangerine Dream performance. Once again, Froese demonstrates that he is at his most inspired when called upon to entertain a live audience. There is over an hour of excellent music here (and that's ignoring the encores!) so even if you buy no other Tangerine Dream record of the 90s, make sure you have this one!



14,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - 220 Volt Live (Miramar)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1993

"220 Volt Live" is a recording from Tangerine Dream's tour of the USA in 1992. It is also the companion CD to the "Three Phase" video of the same tour featuring the same music. All in all, the concert is an inspired mix of the traditional Tangerine Dream elements of massed synthesiser choirs over sliding sequencer-driven rhythms with the newer elements of Linda Spa's bluesy sax playing, Zlatko Perica's guitar lines and a heavy drum-kit driven rock beat, so characteristic of many 90s Tangerine Dream studio albums. The main set consists of nine numbers, played in the usual TD live manner of two half-hour seamless segues. The concert opens with some trademark Tangerine Dream synth calls, announcing the start of 'Oriental Haze', a beautiful synthesiser ballad over a rising sequencer pulse into which a soaring sax line integrates effortlessly. The synthesiser rhythm track continues into 'Two bunch palms', this time beneath a powerful guitar lead which takes us into the heart of the concert's first set with '220 Volt' and 'Homeless', both of which are classic Tangerine Dream blends of chorused synths and singing guitar lines over a restless, ever shifting, sequencer pulse.The second h alf of the concert starts in traditional Tangerine Dream manner, too, with some unusual and tantalising synth voicing on 'Sundance Kid' with its sliding, overlapping sequencer pulses pulling the rhythm around again, more hallmark Tangerine Dream. 'Backstreet Hero' starts out reminiscent of much of the earlier album, "Le Parc", but gradually the pure synthesiser elements in the music are squeezed out by rhythm guitar and drum kit. The transformation from old to new era TD continues in 'The Blue Bridge', where some traditional Dream synthesiser themes are gradually overpowered by the saxophone lead, before returning briefly as introduction to the soaring guitar-driven heart of the second half of the concert, 'Hamlet'. The main set closes with 'Dreamtime', in which the saxophone, guitar and rock drum-beat domination over the synthesisers announces in no uncertain terms that the old Tangerine Dream is dead! Long live Tangerine Dream! The disc has two fairly feeble encore pieces (one of which is a cover of the immortal Jimi Hendrix number 'Purple Haze', about which, the less said the better, Grammy nominated though it may have been; the other, entitled 'Treasure of Innocence', is a synthesiser ballad typical of those that TD use to send people home from their concerts -- a sort of musical after-dinner mint) to finish what is otherwise an excellent Tangerine Dream performance. Once again, Froese demonstrates that he is at his most inspired when called upon to entertain a live audience. There is over an hour of excellent music here (and that's ignoring the encores!) so even if you buy no other Tangerine Dream record of the 90s, make sure you have this one!

Here the last copy of the first Miramar version.
 

14,90 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - 220 Volt Live (TDI Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1993/ 2009
"220 Volt Live" is a recording from Tangerine Dream's tour of the USA in 1992. It is also the companion CD to the "Three Phase" video of the same tour featuring the same music. All in all, the concert is an inspired mix of the traditional Tangerine Dream elements of massed synthesiser choirs over sliding sequencer-driven rhythms with the newer elements of Linda Spa's bluesy sax playing, Zlatko Perica's guitar lines and a heavy drum-kit driven rock beat, so characteristic of many 90s Tangerine Dream studio albums. The main set consists of nine numbers, played in the usual TD live manner of two half-hour seamless segues. The concert opens with some trademark Tangerine Dream synth calls, announcing the start of 'Oriental Haze', a beautiful synthesiser ballad over a rising sequencer pulse into which a soaring sax line integrates effortlessly. The synthesiser rhythm track continues into 'Two bunch palms', this time beneath a powerful guitar lead which takes us into the heart of the concert's first set with '220 Volt' and 'Homeless', both of which are classic Tangerine Dream blends of chorused synths and singing guitar lines over a restless, ever shifting, sequencer pulse.The second h alf of the concert starts in traditional Tangerine Dream manner, too, with some unusual and tantalising synth voicing on 'Sundance Kid' with its sliding, overlapping sequencer pulses pulling the rhythm around again, more hallmark Tangerine Dream. 'Backstreet Hero' starts out reminiscent of much of the earlier album, "Le Parc", but gradually the pure synthesiser elements in the music are squeezed out by rhythm guitar and drum kit. The transformation from old to new era TD continues in 'The Blue Bridge', where some traditional Dream synthesiser themes are gradually overpowered by the saxophone lead, before returning briefly as introduction to the soaring guitar-driven heart of the second half of the concert, 'Hamlet'. The main set closes with 'Dreamtime', in which the saxophone, guitar and rock drum-beat domination over the synthesisers announces in no uncertain terms that the old Tangerine Dream is dead! Long live Tangerine Dream! The disc has two fairly feeble encore pieces (one of which is a cover of the immortal Jimi Hendrix number 'Purple Haze', about which, the less said the better, Grammy nominated though it may have been; the other, entitled 'Treasure of Innocence', is a synthesiser ballad typical of those that TD use to send people home from their concerts -- a sort of musical after-dinner mint) to finish what is otherwise an excellent Tangerine Dream performance. Once again, Froese demonstrates that he is at his most inspired when called upon to entertain a live audience. There is over an hour of excellent music here (and that's ignoring the encores!) so even if you buy no other Tangerine Dream record of the 90s, make sure you have this one!



13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - 35th Phaedra Anniversary Concert DVD

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2005   

The thirty fifth anniversary concert was a concert that found the band celebrating the recording of the landmark album Phaedra. The concert which was filmed on the 11th of June 2005 was performed in front of a sell out audience and featured material from Phaedra alongside newer more recent material. The band which features Thorsten Quaeschning, Linda Spa, Jerome Froese and Iris Camaa were filmed and recorded for this landmark concert and perform many pieces from the bands lengthy career including Phaedra '05, Rubycon Pt.1, Force Majeure, Logos and a cover of the Jimi Hendrix classic Purple Haze.

24,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - A Cage in Search of a Bird

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
“Kiev Mission” is known to most TD addicts as one of THE classical Dream tunes created back in the early 80’s. Originally you could listen to Russian sentences of planet earth specifications. Within this new production we wanted to keep the remake a bit more neutral and recorded it purely instrumental. This was hard work especially because of the sound research within TD’s classic library containing all samples from the past decades. So please listen to the past of today. You will also find on this mini cupdisc “A Cage In Search Of A Bird” - Part I + II. It’s not just the title alone being kafkaesque it´s also the music which takes you away from your daily so-called reality into the upside down alchemical world of nothing and all.

8,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Alpha Centauri

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1971/ 2006   
"Alpha Centauri" is Tangerine Dream's second album (released in 1971) and is one of important significance for the band. Between their first album "Electronic Meditation" and this one, the band's personnel had shifted with Klaus Schulze and Conrad Schnitzler departing and Chris Franke and Steve Schroyder coming in to take their place with founding member Edgar Froese being the only holdover.
With the new band members also came a new musical direction. Unlike the free-form acid rock of "Electronic Meditation", "Alpha Centauri" adopts an ethereal darker experimental approach. More importantly, the album is also Tangerine Dream's first to feature synthesizers (which are played by Franke and guest musician Roland Paulyck). The synthesizer would eventually come to the forefront of the band's sound in later years when they would create some of their most innovative and pioneering electronic work.While some parts of the album sound rather dated, "Alpha Centauri" is still way ahead of its time. The album displays Tangerine Dream's unashamedness to experiment with different sounds and the end result is undoubtedly a classic of early Space music. After this album, keyboardist Steve Schryoder left the band and was replaced by Peter Baumann. Chris Franke would trade in his drum kit for a wall of synths and keyboards. This would become Tangerine Dream's first classic line-up which would begin with "Alpha Centauri's" follow-up "Zeit".
Steve Schroyder, Edgar Froese and Chris Franke.
This is the 2002 remaster with bonus track.
The CD is packed in an extra cardboard sleeve and comes with an 8 page booklet.

12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Alpha Centauri

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1971/ 1996   
"Alpha Centauri" is Tangerine Dream's second album (released in 1971) and is one of important significance for the band. Between their first album "Electronic Meditation" and this one, the band's personnel had shifted with Klaus Schulze and Conrad Schnitzler departing and Chris Franke and Steve Schroyder coming in to take their place with founding member Edgar Froese being the only holdover.
With the new band members also came a new musical direction. Unlike the free-form acid rock of "Electronic Meditation", "Alpha Centauri" adopts an ethereal darker experimental approach. More importantly, the album is also Tangerine Dream's first to feature synthesizers (which are played by Franke and guest musician Roland Paulyck). The synthesizer would eventually come to the forefront of the band's sound in later years when they would create some of their most innovative and pioneering electronic work.While some parts of the album sound rather dated, "Alpha Centauri" is still way ahead of its time. The album displays Tangerine Dream's unashamedness to experiment with different sounds and the end result is undoubtedly a classic of early Space music. After this album, keyboardist Steve Schryoder left the band and was replaced by Peter Baumann. Chris Franke would trade in his drum kit for a wall of synths and keyboards. This would become Tangerine Dream's first classic line-up which would begin with "Alpha Centauri's" follow-up "Zeit".
Steve Schroyder, Edgar Froese and Chris Franke.

This is the last copy of the 1996 Castle label version!

12,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Alpha Centauri (Expanded+Remastered)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1971/ 2011

New remastered cd release for this classic Tangerine Dream album originally released in 1971. Booklet with restored artwork, photos and liner notes. it comes with three rare bonus tracks, one previously unreleased on cd. A newly remastered and expanded edition of Tangerine Dream's classic 1971 album 'Alpha Centauri'. Recorded at the Dierks Studio in Stommeln.
The album featured a line up of Edgar Froese, Chris Franke and Steve Schroyder with guests Udo Dennebourg (flute) and Roland Pualyck (synthesiser). Released in Germany, the influence of the album was immense, with the band creating imaginative sound-scapes previously unheard on record. This esoteric reactive edition is newly re-mastered and includes three bonus tracks: 'Ozillator Planet' concert has never been released on cd and was issued as part of the 1971 double album 'Ossiach Live'. Also included are both sides of the classic 'Ultima Thule' single issued in germany in 1971. The release fully restores the original album artwork and includes a lavishly illustrated booklet with new essay.

With 3 Bonustracks. 
"Alpha Centauri" is Tangerine Dream's second album (released in 1971) and is one of important significance for the band. Between their first album "Electronic Meditation" and this one, the band's personnel had shifted with Klaus Schulze and Conrad Schnitzler departing and Chris Franke and Steve Schroyder coming in to take their place with founding member Edgar Froese being the only holdover.
With the new band members also came a new musical direction. Unlike the free-form acid rock of "Electronic Meditation", "Alpha Centauri" adopts an ethereal darker experimental approach. More importantly, the album is also Tangerine Dream's first to feature synthesizers (which are played by Franke and guest musician Roland Paulyck). The synthesizer would eventually come to the forefront of the band's sound in later years when they would create some of their most innovative and pioneering electronic work.While some parts of the album sound rather dated, "Alpha Centauri" is still way ahead of its time. The album displays Tangerine Dream's unashamedness to experiment with different sounds and the end result is undoubtedly a classic of early Space music. After this album, keyboardist Steve Schryoder left the band and was replaced by Peter Baumann. Chris Franke would trade in his drum kit for a wall of synths and keyboards. This would become Tangerine Dream's first classic line-up which would begin with "Alpha Centauri's" follow-up "Zeit".
Steve Schroyder, Edgar Froese and Chris Franke.
This is the 2002 remaster with bonus track.
The CD is packed in an extra cardboard sleeve and comes with an 8 page booklet.

17,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Ambient Monkeys

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1997 / 2009    
Remastered.
Ambient Monkeys began its life as pre-concert music for Tangerine Dream's 1997 European tour, and was later released on their TDI label at the request of their fans.
The album is aptly named, as the compositions fade in and out over a constant bed of prominent sound effects (which, aside from the aforementioned monkeys, also includes surf and trains). It is also ambient in the Brian Eno sense of the word, meant to be listened to as much passively as actively. Indeed, the repetitive sounds actually discourage intense listening.
The music itself includes themes from a couple classical works, altered songs from albums such as Optical Race and Green Desert and some original pieces, most of which don't linger long enough to make much of an impression.
Because of these features, it probably served its original purpose quite well. As an album, however, it is more of a curio.

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Ambient Monkeys (First Edition)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1997

Ambient Monkeys began its life as pre-concert music for Tangerine Dream's 1997 European tour, and was later released on their TDI label at the request of their fans.
The album is aptly named, as the compositions fade in and out over a constant bed of prominent sound effects (which, aside from the aforementioned monkeys, also includes surf and trains). It is also ambient in the Brian Eno sense of the word, meant to be listened to as much passively as actively. Indeed, the repetitive sounds actually discourage intense listening.
The music itself includes themes from a couple classical works, altered songs from albums such as Optical Race and Green Desert and some original pieces, most of which don't linger long enough to make much of an impression.
Because of these features, it probably served its original purpose quite well. As an album, however, it is more of a curio.

Here the last copy of the very first edition with an additional track, which was missing on later editions!

28,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - An Electronic Journey (10CD Set)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2010
10 CD Set
Release date 24.09.2010

18,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Anthology (Electronic Magic of...)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008   
The Electronic Magic Of Tangerine Dream - The Anthology - A vast retrospective on the evolution of Tangerine Dream
• A dream come true for electro-ambient fans - a vast retrospective on the evolution of Tangerine Dream, packaged in a stunning black box with rare photos, collectible sticker & button!
• Contains the 1967 singles by the band’s first incarnation (The Ones) plus the 1972 epic “Ultima Thule” and numerous fan favorites from the ‘70s and early ‘80s!
• Tracks selected by TD founder Edgar Froese with detailed personnel listings!

24,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Anthology Decades Vol.1

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008   
The Space Years Vol. 1
This recording out of four TD decades creates memories for those ones who were grown up with the band and their various moves and changes within their hystory. But it’s definitely not a ‘Best of’ or a compilation of formerly released material. It mirrors the timeless, floating character of TD’s music philosophy which never aimed to become a hit monster. Carefully restored and remastered or even newly recorded, this selection of sounds and music will help you to find your own individual path from the present to the past including a return ticket.

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Anthology Decades Vol.1 (TDI Version)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2008   
The Space Years Vol. 1
This recording out of four TD decades creates memories for those ones who were grown up with the band and their various moves and changes within their hystory. But it’s definitely not a ‘Best of’ or a compilation of formerly released material. It mirrors the timeless, floating character of TD’s music philosophy which never aimed to become a hit monster. Carefully restored and remastered or even newly recorded, this selection of sounds and music will help you to find your own individual path from the present to the past including a return ticket.

16,00 EUR
 
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