Tangerine Dream

The most famous electronic music band ever. The inventor of the berlin school style.
Tangerine Dream
Tangerine Dream - Seven Letters From Tibet

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2000 / 2009    
Remastered.
Instead of the usual pounding drum machines and digital orchestral samples, Tangerine Dream create more impressionistic, chamber spaces. Synthesizers swirl on "The Orange Breath," while digital choirs are transformed in ambient refractions. On "The Golden Heart," Chinese flutes accent a stereo-panned percolating beat that fades in and out of synthesizer sweeps. But the heavy string pads do get oppressive partway through, especially on the lugubrious "The Blue Pearl." Tangerine Dream are still languishing in digital laxness, relying on preprogrammed sounds and patterns.
The Seven Letters From Tibet is an excellent album for relaxation, although barely any usage of sequencers and drum machines have been made to the normal extent.

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Seven Letters From Tibet (Japan)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2000 / 2009    
Remastered. HiQualityCD. Tangerine Dream Eastgate Era collection vol.1. Japan Version.
Instead of the usual pounding drum machines and digital orchestral samples, Tangerine Dream create more impressionistic, chamber spaces. Synthesizers swirl on "The Orange Breath," while digital choirs are transformed in ambient refractions. On "The Golden Heart," Chinese flutes accent a stereo-panned percolating beat that fades in and out of synthesizer sweeps. But the heavy string pads do get oppressive partway through, especially on the lugubrious "The Blue Pearl." Tangerine Dream are still languishing in digital laxness, relying on preprogrammed sounds and patterns.
The Seven Letters From Tibet is an excellent album for relaxation, although barely any usage of sequencers and drum machines have been made to the normal extent.

38,00 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Seven Letters From Tibet (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2000
Instead of the usual pounding drum machines and digital orchestral samples, Tangerine Dream create more impressionistic, chamber spaces. Synthesizers swirl on "The Orange Breath," while digital choirs are transformed in ambient refractions. On "The Golden Heart," Chinese flutes accent a stereo-panned percolating beat that fades in and out of synthesizer sweeps. But the heavy string pads do get oppressive partway through, especially on the lugubrious "The Blue Pearl." Tangerine Dream are still languishing in digital laxness, relying on preprogrammed sounds and patterns.
The Seven Letters From Tibet is an excellent album for relaxation, although barely any usage of sequencers and drum machines have been made to the normal extent.

16,80 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Shepherds Bush

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1996
LTD 2000

Recorded October 1996 for sale at the London Shepherd's Bush concert of November 30th 1996. Machine numbered to 2000 on rear of card sleeve.

22,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Shy People

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1987 / 1988

Original Motion Picture by Jill Clayburgh and Barbara Hershey
Music Composed, Performed and Engineered by Tangerine Dream (Froese/Franke/Haslinger) in 1987.
* Singer: Jacquie Virgil - Lyrics: Edgar Froese
** Singer: Diamond Ross - Lyrics: Haslinger, Franke
Shy People is a relatively long track. It starts off, very similar with the intro from Shine On You Crazy Diamond, from the Pink Floyd record Wish You Were Here.
Jacquie Virgil, the singer, begins with beautiful wordless vocal, but when she sings the lyrics, you get very disappointed, as she sneers the words out. Especially in the chorus, that has an interestingly quirky synth-melody, she sounds like a bad Tina Turner. If you can get beyond the singing, the track is acceptable. Joe's Place is a dark piece, and it sounds as if the Mellotron has had a revival. This flashback, makes this 70's inspired track pretty interesting. The Harbor, sung by Diamond Ross, is uptempo synthrock, with well performed synth and guitar interaction, that has the track to be credited for. The singer, undoubtedly paid for the occasion, really can't deliver the goods, as Haslinger and Franke simply has provided some poor lyrics. The rhythm of the song reminds of One of These Days - yet another reference to Pink Floyd. Nightfall is background music, and not very interesting on record. Together with Brother Or Stranger from 1986, Dancing On A White Moon is the closest Tangerine Dream comes to genuine pop music. The experience of writing pop songs is almost on an embryonic stage. In spite of the killer synth riff, the track lacks a great deal of enthusiasm, not only from Jacquie Virgil, but also Tangerine Dream. It can tempt you to think, that the film producers wanted a soundtrack with pop songs, and Tangerine Dream only did it to afford the newest synths on the market.


Here the last copy!

26,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Shy People

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1988

Original Motion Picture by Jill Clayburgh and Barbara Hershey
Music Composed, Performed and Engineered by Tangerine Dream (Froese/Franke/Haslinger) in 1987.
* Singer: Jacquie Virgil - Lyrics: Edgar Froese
** Singer: Diamond Ross - Lyrics: Haslinger, Franke
Shy People is a relatively long track. It starts off, very similar with the intro from Shine On You Crazy Diamond, from the Pink Floyd record Wish You Were Here.
Jacquie Virgil, the singer, begins with beautiful wordless vocal, but when she sings the lyrics, you get very disappointed, as she sneers the words out. Especially in the chorus, that has an interestingly quirky synth-melody, she sounds like a bad Tina Turner. If you can get beyond the singing, the track is acceptable. Joe's Place is a dark piece, and it sounds as if the Mellotron has had a revival. This flashback, makes this 70's inspired track pretty interesting. The Harbor, sung by Diamond Ross, is uptempo synthrock, with well performed synth and guitar interaction, that has the track to be credited for. The singer, undoubtedly paid for the occasion, really can't deliver the goods, as Haslinger and Franke simply has provided some poor lyrics. The rhythm of the song reminds of One of These Days - yet another reference to Pink Floyd. Nightfall is background music, and not very interesting on record. Together with Brother Or Stranger from 1986, Dancing On A White Moon is the closest Tangerine Dream comes to genuine pop music. The experience of writing pop songs is almost on an embryonic stage. In spite of the killer synth riff, the track lacks a great deal of enthusiasm, not only from Jacquie Virgil, but also Tangerine Dream. It can tempt you to think, that the film producers wanted a soundtrack with pop songs, and Tangerine Dream only did it to afford the newest synths on the market.


Here the last copy!

22,50 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Silver Siren Collection

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007 / 2009
Silver Siren Collection - the third release out of the Antique Dream Land series – is a musical power pack. A must for those of you who are very much into TD’s tasteful melodic approach. Specifically with this recording you can hear the causal context which combines most of TD’s work through the decades. Figure out if the keynote you might have personally about the band will effect you like a 'chain reaction' as it has been quoted recently. Entirely remastered – enjoy the superb sound!

13,90 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Silver Siren Collection (Japan)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007 / 2009
Part of a five-album Tangerine Dream cardboard sleeve reissue series Japan Version.
Silver Siren Collection - the third release out of the Antique Dream Land series – is a musical power pack. A must for those of you who are very much into TD’s tasteful melodic approach. Specifically with this recording you can hear the causal context which combines most of TD’s work through the decades. Figure out if the keynote you might have personally about the band will effect you like a 'chain reaction' as it has been quoted recently. Entirely remastered – enjoy the superb sound!

38,00 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Silver Siren Collection (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007  
Silver Siren Collection - the third release out of the Antique Dream Land series – is a musical power pack. A must for those of you who are very much into TD’s tasteful melodic approach. Specifically with this recording you can hear the causal context which combines most of TD’s work through the decades. Figure out if the keynote you might have personally about the band will effect you like a 'chain reaction' as it has been quoted recently. Entirely remastered – enjoy the superb sound!

13,90 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Sleeping Watches Snoring in Silence

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007   
LIMITED EDITION ON THE OCCASION
OF THE LONDON ASTORIA CONCERT 20th APRIL 2007
This collector's item "Sleeping Watches Snoring in Silence" contains 20 minutes of "diehard" material which has been produced on the occasion of TD's Astoria gig on April 20th, 2007. This EP will not contain any vocal parts. There are three tracks of TD at its best.

8,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Soft Dream Decade

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009
THE SOFT DREAM DECADE is indeed the best soundtrack for people who fell in love or for those in lovesickness. Just enjoy beautiful compositions in a more relaxed atmosphere.

13,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Soft Dream Decade (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009
THE SOFT DREAM DECADE is indeed the best soundtrack for people who fell in love or for those in lovesickness. Just enjoy beautiful compositions in a more relaxed atmosphere.

16,00 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Sohoman

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1982 / 2004  

Nice concert from the early 80ies with new variations of tracks from White Eagle,  Logos, Exit, Force Majeure,  a.s.o... TD with their best instrumentation, from their best times.

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24,50 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1977/ 2004   

Without any doubt the best soundtrack released by Tangerine Dream.
With a relatively similar material used in the precedent record Stratosfear (concerning the keyboards and electronics: a lot of sequencers, mellotron and analog synthesizers), the members wrote a very dark and gloomy score.
The main title is terrifying and throws the listener in a creepy adventure. This track is a great opening to what is coming next.
Less experimental than the precedent title but as vibrant, the following tracks added one to an other create a long and epic journey throw the unknown.
Globally less imperishable than others T.D. works, this record remains a good musical moment to discover.
Composed and performed by Edgar Froese, Chris Franke & Peter Baumann.
Music from the original soundtrack of a William Friedkin Film.

12,90 EUR
 
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Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer (Remastered)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1977/ 2011
Here the new rematered version. 

Without any doubt the best soundtrack released by Tangerine Dream.
With a relatively similar material used in the precedent record Stratosfear (concerning the keyboards and electronics: a lot of sequencers, mellotron and analog synthesizers), the members wrote a very dark and gloomy score.
The main title is terrifying and throws the listener in a creepy adventure. This track is a great opening to what is coming next.
Less experimental than the precedent title but as vibrant, the following tracks added one to an other create a long and epic journey throw the unknown.
Globally less imperishable than others T.D. works, this record remains a good musical moment to discover.
Composed and performed by Edgar Froese, Chris Franke & Peter Baumann.
Music from the original soundtrack of a William Friedkin Film.

16,80 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Soundmill Navigator

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 1976 / 2000   
Remastered and with additional music by Edgar Froese.

Live at the Philharmonics 1976.

Here the last copy!

32,00 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Space Flight Orange

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2005

LTD Edition
Special EP release for the concert at Shepherds Bush Empire at June 11th 2005.


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22,50 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Springtime in Nagasaki (Japan)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 200
7 / 2009
HiQualityCD. Tangerine Dream Eastgate Era collection vol.1 Japan Version.
In November 2006 TD got the offer from a Japanese Business Manager, who turned 82 last year, to compose and record the so-called 'Five Atomic Seasons'. As it was clear that this was a real serious assignment, TD were told that the person who ordered the composition did study during his youth in the two cities which had been destroyed by atomic bombardments back in 1945, Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
The five compositions had to be in length 54 minutes each. Part one and two, - Spring and Summer 1945 - the client spent living in Nagasaki, while he lived in Hiroshima in Autumn and Winter of 1945, where he survived one of the most lunatic and barbarian war crimes ever done by mankind.
Spring and Summer will describe the normal atmosphere in a Japanese city with some of the rising premonitions of what will happen on August 9th 1945. Autumn and Winter in Hiroshima will musically mirror what happened after August 6th 1945.
"Springtime in Nagasaki" is a fantastic album, a real stormer! New and unusual sounds and rhythms in combination with the given theme of the time before the atomic bomb explosion in Nagasaki creating a sound experience which is catapulting you into another tangerine dream - it's simply overwhelming!
A must-have for every true fan. This cd seems to tie up very much to older more experimental music from TD like Phaedra or Stratosfear. I like Edgar Froese's composition more, because it's closer to the dramatic topic and has nice sequencing parts in it.

38,00 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Springtime in Nagasaki (TDI)

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2007
LTD Edition
In November 2006 TD got the offer from a Japanese Business Manager, who turned 82 last year, to compose and record the so-called 'Five Atomic Seasons'. As it was clear that this was a real serious assignment, TD were told that the person who ordered the composition did study during his youth in the two cities which had been destroyed by atomic bombardments back in 1945, Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
The five compositions had to be in length 54 minutes each. Part one and two, - Spring and Summer 1945 - the client spent living in Nagasaki, while he lived in Hiroshima in Autumn and Winter of 1945, where he survived one of the most lunatic and barbarian war crimes ever done by mankind.
Spring and Summer will describe the normal atmosphere in a Japanese city with some of the rising premonitions of what will happen on August 9th 1945. Autumn and Winter in Hiroshima will musically mirror what happened after August 6th 1945.
"Springtime in Nagasaki" is a fantastic album, a real stormer! New and unusual sounds and rhythms in combination with the given theme of the time before the atomic bomb explosion in Nagasaki creating a sound experience which is catapulting you into another tangerine dream - it's simply overwhelming!
A must-have for every true fan. This cd seems to tie up very much to older more experimental music from TD like Phaedra or Stratosfear. I like Edgar Froese's composition more, because it's closer to the dramatic topic and has nice sequencing parts in it.

16,00 EUR
 
incl. 19% tax excl. Shipping costs
Tangerine Dream - Starbound Collection

Artist: Tangerine Dream
P: 2009    
Original recordings re-mastred
Edgar Froese - keyboards, rhythm, acoustic and 12-string guitars, drums, percussion
Jerome Froese - keyboards, lead electronics, rhythm, acoustic and 12-string guitars, drums, percussion
Linda Spa - Alto saxophone, Tenor saxophone, Soprano saxophone (Turn Of The Tides, Tyranny Of Beauty)
Zlatko Perica - lead guitar, rhythm guitar (Turn Of The Tides, 220 Volt Live)
Gerald Gradwohl - acoustic & lead guitar (Tyranny Of Beauty)
NEW COMPILATION. Enjoy a musical journey through some outstanding tracks from the nineties - from multiple Grammy nominated albums like Tyranny of Beauty and Turn Of The Tides.

13,90 EUR
 
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