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PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 8:01 pm 
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TANGERINE DREAM - ONE NIGHT IN SPACE

TOTAL RUNING TIME - 12.18

01. ONE NIGHT IN SPACE 6.56
02. I COULD HEAR IT WHEN THE MOON COLLAPSED ON BROADWAY 5.20

Composed and performed by Edgar Froese, 2007

One Night In Space was played last night in Frankfurt, with Bernhard's guitar replacing the lead synth. It's a nice, up-tempo piece, fairly simple in structure and quite typical of TD's current output. It starts off sounding like a soundtrack piece from the late 80's, with a repeating, 4-note bassline and slap-bass! Beats are punchy, with layers of rapid percussion and traditional chord structures. This has a very full sound and lush production, and is really suited to being a good live track.

Track 2 (we'll just call it that!) starts of with a bizarre kind of stuttering rhythm before the drums and synth pads quickly kick in bring some sense of order. This is the slower of the two pieces, more relaxed with a striking, swirling lead line rooted in a human voice. As is quite typical of Edgar's work, once the rhythm is established, it doesn't change too much. Synths effects and other layers come and go, adding different colours to the track...but the momentum remains the same. This pieces ends very quickly, just when you were hoping it would carry on, so be warned!

Neither track are anything massivley new or ground-breaking, but both have their different qualities, and are certainly indicative of the upturn in the quality of TD's output. Both pieces are really well produced, with lots of subtle layers and instruments vying for your attention. Definitely worth getting.


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Just played this not too bad SWSIS still has the edge for me
Liked the beggining on track 2 different start to a track most welcome

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As we are still in Frankfurt I will have to wait till tonight to get a listen but you keep me guessing guys..

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this cd imho, continues the solid tradition of the limited e.p. releases. It is short and to thepoint, great sounding and quite addictive, im playing it constantly. While its not as immediately surprising as SWSIS, its pretty damn good.


TD are firing off greatt release after great release :D



and we only have a month to go to A. I. H :D 8)

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I just realised what a great idea Edgar had with these EPs, you write an albums worth of material and release it in segments for 6 euros each, you can get maybe 6 EPs out of an 73 minute album so its like selling 1 album for 36 euros with the option of releasing the tracks again on different CDs.
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I just realised what a great idea Edgar had with these EPs, you write an albums worth of material and release it in segments for 6 euros each, you can get maybe 6 EPs out of an 73 minute album so its like selling 1 album for 36 euros with the option of releasing the tracks again on different CDs.
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Very smart business sense from EF and eastgate :arrow: i do like the ep's very much 8)


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I like the EPs too. It's a bit like collecting stamps printed for special occasions. :wink:

My wish would be that they discover the EPs as a kind of playground: Why not release "strange" experimental tracks they'd never dare releasing as the next official CD on an EP instead, for testing the waters? Or unpolished, fun studio sessions. Or acoustic tracks. Rubycon played on a comb. Or Edgar playing something by Bach on a recorder, with Johannes on church organ. Possibilities are endless! :)


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Michael66 wrote:
I like the EPs too. It's a bit like collecting stamps printed for special occasions. :wink:

My wish would be that they discover the EPs as a kind of playground: Why not release "strange" experimental tracks they'd never dare releasing as the next official CD on an EP instead, for testing the waters? Or unpolished, fun studio sessions. Or acoustic tracks. Rubycon played on a comb. Or Edgar playing something by Bach on a recorder, with Johannes on church organ. Possibilities are endless! :)


Rubycon played on a comb :shock: :o :arrow: :mrgreen: got to give that a try :wink:


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JD wrote:
I just realised what a great idea Edgar had with these EPs, you write an albums worth of material and release it in segments for 6 euros each, you can get maybe 6 EPs out of an 73 minute album so its like selling 1 album for 36 euros with the option of releasing the tracks again on different CDs.
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36 Euros for a single CD. That is really screwing the fans.


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JD wrote:
I just realised what a great idea Edgar had with these EPs, you write an albums worth of material and release it in segments for 6 euros each, you can get maybe 6 EPs out of an 73 minute album so its like selling 1 album for 36 euros with the option of releasing the tracks again on different CDs.
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36 Euros for a single CD. That is really screwing the fans.


There was nothing to that cost for a single CD whatsoever at the merch stall.................


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6 euros for the ep was an effin bargain imho....top music...


the ep is as the others, superb snapshots of current edgar/tang music


i for one rate the current output at least as good as the eighties :arrow:

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6 euros for the ep was an effin bargain imho....top music...


the ep is as the others, superb snapshots of current edgar/tang music


i for one rate the current output at least as good as the eighties :arrow:


Totally agree 6 euros is as you say "an effin bargain" for the EPs :arrow: if people are going to complain about that they must be tighter than Iris and Linda's trousers :roll:


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6 euros (£4.50) is a very fair price for an EP. I paid £10 for an album called Rubycon, in 1995 :arrow:

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6 Euros (£4.50) is a very fair price for an EP. I paid £10 for an album called Rubycon, in 1995 :arrow:


Hmm ive paid around several hundred pounds for different pressings of Rubycon,if they cost thousands and i had the money i,d pay it....... its that good :arrow:


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Desert_Voyager wrote:
6 Euros (£4.50) is a very fair price for an EP. I paid £10 for an album called Rubycon, in 1995 :arrow:


Hmm ive paid around several hundred pounds for different pressings of Rubycon,if they cost thousands and i had the money i,d pay it....... its that good :arrow:


It's the quality of the music that matters much more than the leangh of it. I like the TD EP CDs. :arrow:

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