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Chris Monk wrote:
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er...can anybody read the small text on the thumbnail of the cover?...it seems to say:

One Night in Space,
limited for the few,
by tangerine dream
Never again
chew the sounds
with your ears only
now


er...yes, well that's that sorted out then ;)

Mind you...that text is very small




bm is contemplating the enormity of this text......is edgar pointing to .....gulp.......the end of the project?


you know what the answer is now!

Haven't got my copy yet, what does it actually say Andy?


it actually says that...points up!!!!

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Edgar has no plans to retire :D he told me :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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24db wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
24db wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
24db wrote:
er...can anybody read the small text on the thumbnail of the cover?...it seems to say:

One Night in Space,
limited for the few,
by tangerine dream
Never again
chew the sounds
with your ears only
now


er...yes, well that's that sorted out then ;)

Mind you...that text is very small




bm is contemplating the enormity of this text......is edgar pointing to .....gulp.......the end of the project?


you know what the answer is now!

Haven't got my copy yet, what does it actually say Andy?


it actually says that...points up!!!!

Well that's that sort then.


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Edgar has no plans to retire :D he told me :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


he's said this twice before as well mate, once was in E-Dition magazine, and the other was (in a round about way) after the Tempodrom gig..he said something like 'you can wheel me out when I'm 80' ;)

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epsilon75 wrote:
Edgar has no plans to retire :D he told me :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

If any musician deserves to retire it's Edgar.



....selfishly; I'm very glad he isn't going to though.


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From an interview for the Berlin "tip" magazine in January 1983:

Q: And what will happen in 1990?
Froese: Tangerine Dream will just cease to exist.


I'm curious if there'll be an answer to this riddle in Edgar's book!
In any case, we can count ourselves lucky he changed his mind. :-)


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From an interview for the Berlin "tip" magazine in January 1983:

Q: And what will happen in 1990?
Froese: Tangerine Dream will just cease to exist.


I'm curious if there'll be an answer to this riddle in Edgar's book!
In any case, we can count ourselves lucky he changed his mind. :-)


the answer is two words: Paul....Haslinger

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While Edgar can find sympathetic musicians to work with (and get a good two way flow going) and while we are here to support him in his work, I'm sure he'll keep going as long as he feels he can contribute something.

I very much look forward to his book when it appears!


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Am I the only TD fan who thinks that one night in space sounds like it has elements of the sound of Rush's Red Sector A (from Grace Under Pressure)?

Notably, the part of the song that begins with "are we the last ones left alive"

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This may well have been discussed on here before, but....

I noticed rewatching episode 3 of Streethawk a song that I can only decribe as "The Devil's Side" has a definite TD production to it, rather a straightforward muzak like track that used to pepper series like Knight Rider. Anyone got any info on it, or views?

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This may well have been discussed on here before, but....

I noticed rewatching episode 3 of Streethawk a song that I can only decribe as "The Devil's Side" has a definite TD production to it, rather a straightforward muzak like track that used to pepper series like Knight Rider. Anyone got any info on it, or views?


MY view on Streethawk - is why have'nt we got a CD of the original Music.
Ive heard quite a lot of good and poor quality boots from thsi film, and the music -unreleased- sounds great.


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would be good but it's the same old story

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Has anybdy got Chris Franke's mobile number? ;)

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Has anybdy got Chris Franke's mobile number? ;)


Ask Peter Baumann :mrgreen: :wink:

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epsilon75 wrote:
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Has anybdy got Chris Franke's mobile number? ;)


Ask Peter Baumann :mrgreen: :wink:


not again mate, just got off the phone from talking to him...man the stories I could tell you...there was this one when ....Corrected.... ;)

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