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 Post subject: Ian Rankin listens to TD
PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:09 am 
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Ian Rankin listens to a certain Tangerine Dream album, as he has for years, to get him in the writing zone - on BBC1 Imagine


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http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0 ... Detective/

For those with BBC iPlayer access see above link.
The TD plug is at 07:15.
Interesting documentary.


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Ryoanji wrote:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01nw51c/imagine..._Winter_2012_Ian_Rankin_and_the_Case_of_the_Disappearing_Detective/

For those with BBC iPlayer access see above link.
The TD plug is at 07:15.
Interesting documentary.


Ah, Ricochet. Helps him get into writing mode !

Approximately 90 seconds of Ricochet played.

Interesting to hear TD music with him reading out a few lines of his novel over the top.


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He pops in to Europa ecords any time he is in stirling..never seen him in there though but the srhop owner says he was in just a few weeks ago.


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Got a feeling that this has been reported before, because I'm not a fan but I already knew he liked TD. Interestly Science Fiction author Alaistair Reynolds is also a fan, he's even has a planet called Tangerine Dream in one of his books. That's a place I'd like to go.

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Chris Monk wrote:
Got a feeling that this has been reported before, because I'm not a fan but I already knew he liked TD. Interestly Science Fiction author Alaistair Reynolds is also a fan, he's even has a planet called Tangerine Dream in one of his books. That's a place I'd like to go.


Yes I remember reading he liked TD somewhere. Read one of his books, loads of cool music that Rebus was into. Watched the TV series which was excellent.....no mention of TD though :evil: :wink:


In respect of Reynolds, any idea which of his books has planet Tangerine Dream ? Will have to read that :)

Hoping to get "Blue Remembered Hills" ? or similar name soon, once its printed in paperback and not costing £18.


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Chris Monk wrote:
Got a feeling that this has been reported before, because I'm not a fan but I already knew he liked TD. Interestly Science Fiction author Alaistair Reynolds is also a fan, he's even has a planet called Tangerine Dream in one of his books. That's a place I'd like to go.

That's awesome! Have not read him yet. Now reading the new (and so far fantastic) book by Peter F. Hamilton (Great North Road).
But back to topic: The genius Fantasy author Brandon Sanderson has also stated in interviews that TD is music he likes to listen to while writing. :-)

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In respect of Reynolds, any idea which of his books has planet Tangerine Dream ? Will have to read that :)

No idea at all. It's just a very brief mention not an essential part of the story at all.

I love his stuff. Not read anything by him I didn't like.

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