Encore: Tangerine Dream Live is the second live album and tenth overall by the German group Tangerine Dream. It is mostly assembled from various recordings from the band's very successful 1977 . Tangerine Dream performed Cherokee Lane and Monolight, or some variants thereof, at every concert in 1977. The released version of Monolight has been identified as having been recorded in Washington, . The spoken introduction – by Leo del Aguila .
Album Name Dream Sequence. Labels Virgin Records. Music StyleKrautrock. Members owning this album3. LP 1. 1. The Dream Is Always the Same. 3. Rubycon Part One. 03:47.
Both Schnitzler and Schulze would depart after this album, with the latter forming Ash Ra Tempel and going on to become the other major proponent of the "Berlin School". Second album, Alpha Centauri, saw the addition of long-standing member Christopher Franke replacing Schulze, while Peter Baumann would come aboard for Zeit. Although unissued until the mid-1980s, Green Desert was recorded in 1973. The core of Froese, Franke and Baumann would sign to Virgin Records in 1973, and the subsequent release Phaedra would cement their style for years to come.
Dream Sequence is a music boxset/compilation recording by TANGERINE DREAM (Progressive ve Rock) released in 2000 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Dream Sequence: Best of Emi Import 2002.
Dream Sequence is an electronic wandering through this German band's most familiar instrumental endeavors. The two discs are made up of tracks stemming from such monumental albums as 1974's Phaedra and 1976's Stratosfear, merging right into some of their finest material from the early '80s.
This is the Tangerine Dream I like. Not too far fetched and disturbing like their very early efforts (Zeit, Alpha, et., and before they became commercial and bland producers of techno (berk!). My first TD album had many songs from the Haslinger era (The Parc, Tyger and especially Underwater Sunlight). I loved their music best during long-distance drives. Then I discovered "Poland" which introduced me to a more remote style of music. Finally I took the plunge and bought Tangram, Exit and Dream Sequence