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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 10:48 pm 
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Please take a look on this list with the most beautiful and emotional pieces that TD ever done, IMHO:

1)'Mysterious Semblance at the Strand of Nightmares'.
brings tears in my eyes.

2)'Big Sleep in Search of Hades'
little gem off 'Stratosfear' -strange and beautiful.

3)'Cloudburst Flight'

4)'Tangram set 1'
Please take a listen to the piano solo piece by Johannes how the piece develops with the other instruments coming, until it stops and the steps-like sound comes, then before side 1 ends, by the time the sequences fade away, listen please how the finale develops -it's almost
classical music like -deeply emotional and majestic.

5)Piano improvisations by Johannes:
East Berlin concert and
1980 Brussels Cirque Royal
-emotions interplay -awsome!

6)'Hyberborea'
mysterious and majestic

7)'Song For The Whale Part 2 '
as the 'Future Music' magazine says considering this track:
"God bless them!"

add yours to this list please :)

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It's a great list whiteeagle and there are certainly some of my favourites there. Off the top of my head, I'd add:

Desert Dream
Elf June And The Midnight Patrol
Twenty-Nine Palms
Logos (Velvet Part)
Final Statement
Love On A Real Train and
White Eagle

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Thanks,
yes 'White Eagle' is one of my favorites too -I forgot that.

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1. Jeanne D'Arc - La Joie
2. Dalinetopia - Dalumination
3. Encore - Cherokee Lane.
4. Tangents - White Eagle (title track).
5. TD plays TD - Logos Velvet
6. Optical Race - Ghazal
7. Lily on the Beach - Long Island Sunset
8. The Dream Roots Collection - Valley of the Sun
9. Purgatorio -Blinded by the Worlds Desire, Soulgate, Hope and Glory, Till the end of Silence
10. Turn of the Tides - Firetongues
11. Berlin Summer Nights - title track
12. Hyperborea - title track
13. Song of the Whale - To Dusk
14. The Seven Letters From Tibet - The Green Land
15. Live Miles - Part Two (Caspian Sea)
16. The Bootleg Boxset vol. 1 - Sheffield 1974
17. The Bootleg Boxset vol. 2 - Nottingham 1976
18. Summer In Negasaki - In the cherry blossom hills
19. Madcap's Flaming Duty - Shape my Sin, The Divorce, A Dream of Death, Hear the Voice
20. 220 Volt live/Arizona - Hamlet
21. Metaphor - Third Reality

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Jason's list above is top notch. I'd like to add Heartbreakers.


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Fine some thing Highlight some for switch one is Best music from Tangerine Dream Music.

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Afternoon in the Desert :arrow:

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epsilon75 wrote:
Afternoon in the Desert :arrow:


OII Colin!

What about "our" favourite albums EVER?????

OK, one's by Edgar alone, but they have the most majestic "from the heart" beauty... 8)


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DSJR wrote:
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Afternoon in the Desert :arrow:


OII Colin!

What about "our" favourite albums EVER?????

OK, one's by Edgar alone, but they have the most majestic "from the heart" beauty... 8)


I totally agree Dave.............

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Include Cloudburst Flight & i'm in heaven :shock:

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Hyperborea the track.
Dirty Cross Roads (flashpoint).


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sparrow wrote:
Jason's list above is top notch. I'd like to add Heartbreakers.


Thanks John, how could I forget Heartbreakers!.... I love that album. 8)

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Come to think of it most of TD's music is simply beautiful in both composition and production.
True emotion stirru's as many of us on here are very aware of , listened to logo's from the recent Astoria gig today and could feel the hairs rising on me neck.


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Desert_Voyager wrote:
sparrow wrote:
Jason's list above is top notch. I'd like to add Heartbreakers.


Thanks John, how could I forget Heartbreakers!.... I love that album. 8)


I think yourself and I are the only ones who could say they love that one Jason.


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sparrow wrote:
Desert_Voyager wrote:
sparrow wrote:
Jason's list above is top notch. I'd like to add Heartbreakers.


Thanks John, how could I forget Heartbreakers!.... I love that album. 8)


I think yourself and I are the only ones who could say they love that one Jason.


Unable to comment, as I haven't heard it! :shock:

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