Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, issued as Ypsilon in Malaysian Pale by Brain Records in Germany, is Edgar Froese's second studio album, released in 1975. Epsilon in Malaysian Pale was recorded between June and July 1975, following Tangerine Dream's Australian tour, and was heavily influenced by the places they had visited whilst on the tour. David Bowie named Epsilon in Malaysian Pale as an influence for his Berlin Trilogy albums Low, "Heroes" and Lodger
Epsilon In Malaysian Pale is a music studio album recording by EDGAR FROESE (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1975 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
Edgar Froese - Epsilon In Malaysian Pale (1995 Digital Remaster). Epsilon In Malaysian Pale. Download MP3. Edgar Froese.
Even 30 years after its release, Edgar Froese's "Epsilon In Malaysian Pale" is one of his finest solo efforts and is a sought-after collectors item. The work on this album is pioneering in many ways with excellent composition and structure. It is definitely an album worth owning. Recently, Edgar has decided to re-record and remix this album.
Edgar Froese recorded his second solo album, Epsilon In Malaysian Pale after returning from Tangerine Dream's Australian tour 1975. Obviously the music reflects his impressions of south-eastern Asia and Australia. According to Edgar Froese, "Epsilon" was the synonym for a person who is completely enveloped by his environment, and the "Pale" stood for the ever-present heavy humidity. Epsilon In Malaysian Pale was recorded in Berlin, Cologne, Bonn and Hamburg
Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, issued as Ypsilon in Malaysian Pale by Brain Records in Germany, is Edgar Froese's second studio album, released in 1975. Studio album by. Edgar Froese, founder of Tangerine Dream was also from southern Neukölln. Froese's album Epsilon in Malaysian Pale, mostly played with Mellotron (just like Neuköln), was according to Bowie a big influence and a "soundtrack to his life in Berlin". NME journalists Roy Carr and Charles Shaar Murray described "Neuköln" as "a mood piece: the Cold War viewed through a bubble of blood or Harry Lime's last thoughts as he dies in the sewer in The Third Man.
Epsilon in Malaysian Pale. Duration: 33:25 Year: 1975 ? Edgar Froese albums.
As lush and entrancing as listeners are led to believe from the exotic foliage on the cover, Epsilon in Malaysian Pale is the Froese solo record closest in sound to Tangerine Dream.