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 Post subject: Downloading the Dream
PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 12:47 am 
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Greetings all :D First Post!

As I first heard the Dream approx 1978 (Ricochet or Cyclone I think) I have always been one for being in possession of the actual vinyl 8) cassette or CD.

However, having just discovered this wonderful place, I have downloaded some Dream that I was not prepared to wait for and required instantly!

This being

Sleeping Watches (heard the title track on here first, total class!)
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Spring


Have to say VERY impressed with the quality and simplicity of the process, although perhaps no so good for the plastic :shock:

Off to download Summer, just though i'd say hello.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 12:50 am 
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har wrote:
Greetings all :D First Post!

As I first heard the Dream approx 1978 (Ricochet or Cyclone I think) I have always been one for being in possession of the actual vinyl 8) cassette or CD.

However, having just discovered this wonderful place, I have downloaded some Dream that I was not prepared to wait for and required instantly!

This being

Sleeping Watches (heard the title track on here first, total class!)
+
Spring


Have to say VERY impressed with the quality and simplicity of the process, although perhaps no so good for the plastic :shock:

Off to download Summer, just though i'd say hello.


Welcome! - We're waiting for an announcement on the TDIVisa :twisted:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 1:23 am 
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har wrote:
Greetings all :D First Post!

As I first heard the Dream approx 1978 (Ricochet or Cyclone I think) I have always been one for being in possession of the actual vinyl 8) cassette or CD.

However, having just discovered this wonderful place, I have downloaded some Dream that I was not prepared to wait for and required instantly!

This being

Sleeping Watches (heard the title track on here first, total class!)
+
Spring


Have to say VERY impressed with the quality and simplicity of the process, although perhaps no so good for the plastic :shock:

Off to download Summer, just though i'd say hello.


Welcome! - We're waiting for an announcement on the TDIVisa :twisted:


In celebration of their anniversary, it will offer a very reasonable 40% APR! :wink:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 1:26 am 
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Cheers.

Asked about Visa :wink: but had to resort to paypal!

Same result though, meltdown on the plastic.

Summer downloaded-imported to i tunes- and zapped onto the i pod :D

Looking forward to bedtime :shock:


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A warm welcome from a fellow scot.. :D Where abouts on the North East are you?


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Welcome to the TD Forum, har :)

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Welcome to the TD forum har..........hope you enjoy it here 8)

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 1:40 pm 
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Cheers lads and lassies :)

sparrow wrote:
A warm welcome from a fellow scot.. :D Where abouts on the North East are you?


Spug :wink: Rural Angus idyll near Dundee. Always Sunny :D Yirsel?


I also have to admit to downloading

Green Dessert (Nice)
and
Atem (first time I'd heard it)( :shock: :shock: :shock: )

off i tunes last week.

Just bought a good quality cable to connect i pod up to the main Hi Fi and
the Tangs in full glory! Class.


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Great to hear from you Har! Enjoy the new discoveries - there's been a rash of good releases recently :-)

Look forward to enthusing with you about them shortly.

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A very warm welcome to you, Har! Always good to hear from fellow fans. Hope you like it here.

Edgar's creative jucies have apparently kicked into overdrive of late. Will be eager to hear your opinions/comments regarding his latest output.

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Hello Har

welcome to the forum, best wishes to Scotland, can't wait to be back there again

andy

ps. the whole downloading section on the official site is painless to use, I've only ever had a problem with it once and Eastgate corrected the problem within 24 hours

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Welcome har.

If you like Spring you're going to love Summer. You might want to try a few of the other more recent downloads as well. I can recommend Bells of Accra, One Night in Space and Orange Odyssey just for starters.


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Welcome Har, I hope you don't find us too barmy!


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 12:23 am 
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Thanks very much every one :D

Thanks for the recommendations. All this new Dream output is wonderful :!:

I have been listening to TD at every opportunity since entering download mode :D .

Spring, Summer and Sleeping Watches are magnificent. Beautiful stuff.

Well done Tangerine Dream and this website :!:


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2007 12:26 am 
iTunes is an extraordinarily good DL tool, and prices are okay. I found a lot of solo albums by Steve Jolliffe in particular, I'd like to check out some day.


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