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PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 10:06 am 
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I just uploaded this in you tube,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O93d3SAia-k

sorry for the bad sound, as it was taped from radio 20 years ago :roll: with a little sony portable tape/radio -please see comments.
I had this in tape for years and I like it a lot.
I was shocking hearing 'Rubycon part2' in radio again, in 1996 and finding similarities with that little recorded segment.
Any help appreciated-thanks :)

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whiteeagle wrote:
I just uploaded this in you tube,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O93d3SAia-k

sorry for the bad sound, as it was taped from radio 20 years ago :roll: with a little sony portable tape/radio -please see comments.
I had this in tape for years and I like it a lot.
I was shocking hearing 'Rubycon part2' in radio again, in 1996 and finding similarities with that little recorded segment.
Any help appreciated-thanks :)


There is no way that is a Klaus Schulze track. No way at all. I bet any money that is TD playing on that.

Klaus Schulze is much more subdued than TD. More like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0

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thanks for the response,
yes, really I never believed that it could be KS, but you never know...
....but if it's TD live from the 70's imagine the amount of time someone would spend to hear three years of boottlegs!!!
....so that bring another question: where did the radio station found this recording? :roll: (if it's truly TD)

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That's "Cassandra's Dance" from 1987 by Bernd Kistenmacher. :)

Here's Bernd's blog: http://www.bernd-kistenmacher.blogspot.com/
You can listen to Cassandra's dance in full here: http://www.lastfm.de/music/Bernd+Kistenmacher


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Michael66 wrote:
That's "Cassandra's Dance" from 1987 by Bernd Kistenmacher. :)

Here's Bernd's blog: http://www.bernd-kistenmacher.blogspot.com/
You can listen to Cassandra's dance in full here: http://www.lastfm.de/music/Bernd+Kistenmacher


Good spot Micheal 8)

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Klaus Schulze is much more subdued than TD. More like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0


The phenomenon RM practices is called Rickrolling. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Roll

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jacob wrote:
rattymouse wrote:
Klaus Schulze is much more subdued than TD. More like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0


The phenomenon RM practices is called Rickrolling. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Roll


Sorry to do it twice, but it's just hilarious. I got rolled for the first time yesterday.

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That's "Cassandra's Dance" from 1987 by Bernd Kistenmacher. Smile

Here's Bernd's blog: http://www.bernd-kistenmacher.blogspot.com/
You can listen to Cassandra's dance in full here: http://www.lastfm.de/music/Bernd+Kistenmacher


YES, REALLY!!!

THANK YOU VERY MUCH, FROM THE DEPTHS OF HEART!
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
YOU REALLY HELPED ME TO SOLVE A 20 YEARS OLD MYSTERY!!
AND THIS TRACK IS A MASTERPIECE!!! A MUST FOR EVERY TD FAN, A CLASSIC IN "BERLIN EM SCHOOL" STYLE

CAN YOU BELIEVE RIGHT HERE I'M LISTENING TO THIS AND WRITING, I'M ALMOST IN WET EYES!

GOD BLESS YOU SIR!
:D :D :D :D :D

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whiteeagle wrote:
YOU REALLY HELPED ME TO SOLVE A 20 YEARS OLD MYSTERY!!

You're welcome, I'm glad I could help! :)

Apropos "Berlin school": Could be it was either Bernd Kistenmacher or Mario Schönwälder who actually invented that term... first time I've heard it was when Bernd described his style as "Berliner Schule".


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I copy the segment from Bernd Kistenmacher's blog:

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To all my fans from Greece (and of course to all of you from around the world):

Thank you for looking and asking so intensively for my second Album "Wake Up In The Sun" at the Tangerine Dream Forum . Yes, "Cassandra's Dance" was my answer to the classics from Tangerine Dream and Michael Hoenig and - of course - it was my intention to follow and develope the basic ideas of the "Berliner Schule" style.
Indeed this term does not come from me. It was invented in connection with the "Beat Studio", which was founded and directed by swiss composer Thomas Kessler in Berlin in1969.

Please read more about this in the englisch or german Wiki.

One info for the tech freaks: all sequences you can listen on this album where realised with the famous ARP Sequencer; a machine, which I really loved. The music was recorded on a Tascam 8-track machine.


Great :D
Thanks to the master himself for answering, can't believe how awesome this track is,
and also his other tracks are fantastic
HHHHMMM...time to buy some new CD's I think :D

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