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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 10:05 pm 
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It's the 30th anniversary of Encore this year. :P


Therefore its 30yrs of Td listening for me. Cold Water Canyon was my first love. The missus is placed just behind Towards the Evening Star at number 23.


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On Encore many of the Longer music by tangerine dream tracks were originally conceived movements.
Which can be accessed on your CD Player or your Windows Media player at the following index Points.


Cherokee Lane
0:00, 3:42; 12:00

Monolight
0:00; 4:12; 7:39; 12:32; 16:49

Coldwater Canyon
0:00 9:42

Desert Dream
0:00 4:46 8:50 12:07 14:18



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Sadly very few CD players ahve the index function Peter mentions above. My sony sacd player does and it's quite handy while listening to Klaus Schulze 70 odd minute long tracks as the index numbers make it easier to spot the name of the part being played. I suppose appart for a lot of long classical peices this function isn't really used that much but..Logos, White Eagle, Encore and Hyperborea do have the index nos. encoded on them.


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Sadly very few CD players ahve the index function Peter mentions above. My sony sacd player does and it's quite handy while listening to Klaus Schulze 70 odd minute long tracks as the index numbers make it easier to spot the name of the part being played. I suppose appart for a lot of long classical peices this function isn't really used that much but..Logos, White Eagle, Encore and Hyperborea do have the index nos. encoded on them.

I also had a Sony CD player with the index function. It could have been a very useful feature if more widely taken advantage of. I suspect most classical CDs were indexed in some way (any disc with more than one symphony or conerto with movements would benefit from this).


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if it wasn't for the trees and leaves, encore would be the greatest live td album


hang on :idea:


rick oh shay


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Every TD album is as great as you yourself think it is






It's been ages since I listened to zzzzzzzzzzzzzzeit and Rubycon






and it'll probably be ages until I do :)






hmmmm :idea:






think I'll play Encore followed by Arizona 92, next.





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That reminds me I haven't played Encore for ages...I used to like it a lot, but parts were showing their age last time I gave it a spin

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24db wrote:
That reminds me I haven't played Encore for ages...

And then after that, you can play Ages for an encore.

. . . I'll get me coat . . . :oops:


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Sfearical Sequence wrote:
24db wrote:
That reminds me I haven't played Encore for ages...

And then after that, you can play Ages for an encore.

. . . I'll get me coat . . . :oops:


boom boom! ;) to be honest I never liked Ages that much, but I know it's some fans favourite album from Edgar

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