October 2

Tyger (Instrumental) - Tangerine Dream - Rockface (CD, Album)

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Posted 04.01.2020 by Kazradal in category "Alternative


  1. By Golticage on
    Tangerine Dream is one of the most influential progressive electronic groups of all time, and probably is the best of all. Despite their clear psychedelic influences, they were never really a true psychedelic outfit. They became more a natural partner of their countrymen band Kraftwerk, in spite of the natural musical differences of both bands.
  2. By Yorisar on
    Rockface (Live In Berkeley ) is a music live recording by TANGERINE DREAM (Progressive Electronic/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Rockface (Live In Berkeley )'s: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and /5(1).
  3. By Meztir on
    Jul 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rockface on Discogs.4/5(11).
  4. By Nikohn on
    This double CD contains live recordings made by the band themselves from the concert at the Berkeley Convention Center on September 24, They had embarked on a four-week American tour to promote their latest release, ‘Optical Race’.
  5. By Faetaur on
    An ambitious album that paid homage to William Blake’s poetry, ‘Tyger’ marked the end of another era for electronic pioneers Tangerine Dream. The inspiration behind Tyger was the seminal.
  6. By Moogurg on
    Buy Mp3 Music Online / Tangerine Dream / Rockface CD1. Tangerine Dream — Rockface CD1. $ Tyger (Instrumental) $ 4: Alchemy Of The Heart: $ 5: Papyrus (Piano) We have no reviews yet. Write a review. iTunes compatible. Listen on your iPhone. 24/7 support. Get in touch. Burn CDs' Your own albums. Welcome.
  7. By Kigazuru on
    Rockface, an Album by Tangerine Dream. Released in December on TDI (catalog no. TDI CD; CD). Genres: Berlin School, Progressive Electronic.
  8. By Tajar on
    In , Tangerine Dream's first major attempt at introducing vocals into their music (with the album "Cyclone") met with fairly dismal failure. Nine years and two changes of personnel later, the band made a second attempt with "Tyger". This album's title comes from its opening track, which is a setting of William Blake's poem "The Tyger"/5(32).
  9. By Nira on
    Tyger is one of the more odd Tangerine Dream albums, because of the addition of vocals. I don't really care for the vocals here, and although they are done very well by a great singer, I don't think it really fits with Tangerine Dream. The first two tracks on this album, "Tyger" and "London", are vocal and electronics pop-inspired new-age numbers.

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