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Bonus Tracks [Steven Wilson 2018 Stereo Remix]
Ricochet: part 1
Ricochet: part 2

The seven seventies Tangerine Dream albums are re-issued as "Newly re-mastered from the original master tapes....." in clear jewel cases with "RE-MASTERED FROM THE ORIGINAL VIRGIN MASTER TAPES" printed into the side.
Ricochet originally released as Virgin V 2044 in 1975.

This is the remastered, Super Bit Mapping "Definitive Edition" of this album. Brief history. Tangerine Dream were one of the earliest all electronic/synthesizer bands, and are one of the keystones of the hugely acclaimed Berlin scene of the 1970's. The...

Brief history. Tangerine Dream were one of the earliest all electronic/synthesizer bands, and are one of the keystones of the hugely acclaimed Berlin scene of the 1970's. The...

This is the remastered, Super Bit Mapping "Definitive Edition" of this album. Brief history. Tangerine Dream were one of the earliest all electronic/synthesizer bands, and are one of the keystones of the hugely acclaimed Berlin scene of the 1970's. The...

The Sessions releases consist of the current line up of Tangerine Dream: Thorsten Quaeschning, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane performing ‘instant live compositions’ (meaning improvising these sets], generally recorded in concert, just as Tangerine Dream did all the time in the 70s.
Really good and while it won’t make you forget Ricochet, Rubycon or Zeit, all of these are significantly greater than they have any right to be. Conditionally recommended.

The Sessions releases consist of the current line up of Tangerine Dream: Thorsten Quaeschning, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane performing ‘instant live compositions’ (meaning improvising these sets], generally recorded in concert, just as Tangerine Dream did all the time in the 70s.
Really good and while it won’t make you forget Ricochet, Rubycon or Zeit, all of these are significantly greater than they have any right to be. Conditionally recommended.

The Sessions releases consist of the current line up of Tangerine Dream: Thorsten Quaeschning, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane performing ‘instant live compositions’ (meaning improvising these sets], generally recorded in concert, just as Tangerine Dream did all the time in the 70s.
Really good and while it won’t make you forget Ricochet, Rubycon or Zeit, all of these are significantly greater than they have any right to be. Conditionally recommended.

The Sessions releases consist of the current line up of Tangerine Dream: Thorsten Quaeschning, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane performing ‘instant live compositions’ (meaning improvising these sets], generally recorded in concert, just as Tangerine Dream did all the time in the 70s.
Really good and while it won’t make you forget Ricochet, Rubycon or Zeit, all of these are significantly greater than they have any right to be. Conditionally recommended.

Irvine Meadows Amphitheater, Laguna Hill, CA, June 6, 1986.

“This was a bootleg recording circulating with the title that it carries now and became obsolete when it came out as a part of the Tangerine Tree and Bootmoon series.
Sound quality here is far better than the Tree version and from the old bootleg; probably genuinely derived from a radio broadcast as claimed…
This is a 1986 Underwater Sunlight tour with Froese, Franke and new recruit Paul Haslinger.”

One of the great ones in their cannon and surprisingly creepy! Many folks outside of the progressive world and the electronic space music world first heard of Tangerine Dream here. Recommended.

"Digitally remastered edition of the German Electronic outfit's classic soundtrack to the legendary film Sorcerer, directed by William Friedkin in 1976. a remake of the 1953 film the Wages of Fear, Tangerine Dream members Edgar Froese, Christopher Franke and Peter Baumann composed a stunning Electronic...

Bonus Tracks [Steven Wilson 2018 Stereo Remix]
Coventry Cathedral [live Oct 4, 1975] 34:02
Stratosfear (Single Edit)  
The Big Sleep In Search Of Hades (Single Edit)

  Recorded August 1976 at Audio Studios, Berlin.

The seven seventies Tangerine Dream albums are re-issued as "Newly re-mastered from the original master tapes....." in clear jewel cases with "RE-MASTERED FROM THE ORIGINAL VIRGIN MASTER TAPES" printed into the side.
Stratosfear originally released as Vi

This is the remastered, Super Bit Mapping "Definitive Edition" of this album. Brief history. Tangerine Dream were one of the earliest all electronic/synthesizer bands, and are one of the keystones of the hugely acclaimed Berlin scene of the 1970's. The...

“The release of a newly re-mastered 4 CD clamshell boxed set which gathers together the first four legendary albums by Tangerine Dream, originally released on the Jive Electro label between 1985 and 1987, known by fans as “The Blue Years” albums.
This clamshell box of “The Blue Years Studio Albums 1985 – 1987” features “Le Parc”, “Green Desert”, “Underwater Sunlight” and “Tyger” packaged in replica card sleeves and also includes a poster.”

Nothing really rare here anymore, but a beautiful pic disc for fans.
A1 Ultima Thule A2 Asteroid Agenda A3 Sunset In The Fifth System
B1 Mysterious Semblance At The Strand Of Nightmares B2 Maroubra Bay B3 Run To Vegas

This is two shows by Tangerine Dream recorded between 1974-1976. The sound quality is very good for what this is and big fans will be thrilled by this.

"A newly re-mastered edition of "The Bootleg Box – Vol. 1”: a collection of bootleg recordings made between 1974 & 1976.

The set features concerts recorded in Reims (1974) and Mannheim (1976).

Unavailable from some years, the Esoteric Reactive edition of volume one of "The Bootleg Box” has been re-mastered from new master sources

"The third installment of the bootleg series by Cherry Records. This has been released by Bootmoom in the early 2000s. There is a big improvement in sound quality particularly the 1977 concert. If you are a sucker for the classic TD line up with Baumann, Schmoelling, Franke and Haslinger then you wouldn’t pass on this one even if you have the Bootmoon copies. Beautifully packaged in a slim clam shell box with designs in each sleeve, no poster but it comes with a booklet with details about both concerts...

This is Tangerine Dream’s first four, pre-sequencer, OHR-label releases: "Electronic Meditation", "Alpha Centauri", "Zeit" and "Atem" packaged in replica card sleeves and also includes a poster. Some of this is, imo, some of their finest work.

"Electronic Meditation was recorded in Berlin in October 1969 and featured the first Tangerine Dream line-up of Edgar Froese (guitars, organ, tapes, sound effects), Klaus Schulze (drums, percussion) and Conrad Schnitzler (cello, violin, typewriter)...

This soundtrack is one of the group's best known works to the general public and also one of the most influential in general (Zombi, anyone?)

'The term "soundtrack" is at times used loosely, and this is the case here. While Tangerine Dream's music of course appears in the movie (which happens to be a little gem itself), the album is reworked quite a bit, and stands very much on it own. In spite of this, or perhaps as an uninteded result, the 1981 "Thief" album is the best soundtrack TD ever made...

“A superb collection of rare early tracks from electronic pioneers Tangerine Dream! Features 2 tracks from the '60s psych-rock band that preceded Tangerine Dream, The Ones, plus rare tracks from the early '70s era of the band when they were at their most adventurous, composing epic pieces that clocked in at over 10 minutes each such as "Asteroid Agenda" and "Overture!"”
1. The Ones - Lady Greengrass (7" Single 1967)
2. The Ones - Love of Mine (7" Single 1967)
3. Oszillator Planet Concert..

“Five stars all the way and for a number of reasons: Sonically, this is one of the most consistent TD albums ever! The sound here is bright, bold and hypnotic. The band uses (not abuses) impressive latest technology in this project. The compositions initially sound somewhat conservative, more in the style of 'Green Desert' and 'Rubycon', but this is deceptive. More careful listenings reveal that this is a CD from a different era... The musical structures develop and interlace in a subtle yet decisive...

Legendary, NWW name-checked, 1968 tape assemblage by Holger Czukay and Rolf Dammers.

“Holger Czukay, before his famous work in Can, was disciple of Karlhein Stochausen. He learned a lot about electronic and concrete music and tape manipulation. His first album, "Canaxis" predates almost every experiment with world music: from Popol Vuh to Brian Eno, from Steve Roach to SPK. Holger created tape loops with found voices and sounds (coming from Vietnam, China and Japan generally). "Canaxis" uses...

"An expanded reissue of Telaio Magnetico's Live 75, including unreleased tracks from the super group's only tour in 1975. Telaio Magnetico was composed of Franco Battiato, Lino Capra Vaccina, Juri Camisasca, Mino Di Martino, Roberto Mazza, and Terra Di Benedetto. In the mid '70s, the Italian underground scene seemed to mature an existential priority of yearning toward a new psychological universe, with a firm idea to colonize an uncharted space of a necessary and infinite path of spiritual redemption...

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a mostly improvised, dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music that sounded like no one but themselves. The only thing that comes close to their sound is some small bits of the early Univers Zero records. They called themselves "electric acid raga music", and that's a fine description. This previously lost film soundtrack from 1970 can be considered...

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a mostly improvised, dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music that sounded like no one but themselves.
The only thing that comes close to their sound is some small bits of the early Univers Zero records. They called themselves "electric acid raga music", and that's a fine description. Definitely on the oddball side of things, I suppose, but...

Really good to see these two albums back in print again! The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a mostly improvised, dark, pagan & medieval...

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a mostly improvised, dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music that sounded like no one but themselves. The only thing that comes close to their sound is some small bits of the early Univers Zero records.
They called themselves "electric acid raga music", and that's a fine description. This is a newly remastered reissue of their classic second...

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music. The only thing that comes close to their sound...

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music. The only thing that comes close to their sound is some small bits of the early Univers Zero records.
This, their third album, was a film soundtrack and is more electric than what came before, while still absolutely retaining their unique sound. It was their final 70's release before their late 80s....

When I saw this and saw no information about it, as well as who was releasing it, I was very, very suspicious, but I am very happy to report that this is a great and very high quality release sonically for all very rare or unreleased recordings from 45...

When I saw this and saw no information about it, as well as who was releasing it, I was very, very suspicious, but I am very happy to report that this is a great and very high quality release sonically for all very rare or unreleased recordings from 45 years ago.
First there is 16' of the TEB's very first professional recordings, then there is a high quality outtake from the 1st album, a very interesting, electric outtake from their shelved third Harvest album, from before Macbeth, and three off-air...

The Third Ear Band were a late 60's/mid 70's quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music. The only thing that comes close to their sound is some small bits of the early Univers Zero records.

In 1988, the band reformed and performed a few tours for a few years. This show was originally released as a cassette only release and is live in Sarzana, Italy on January 11, 1989. This release...

Every time I think I can not be surprised by a archival release found somewhere and somehow negotiated for release, one shows up that amazes. This is one of those. Here we have the infamous, crazy Third Ear Band in September 1970 from their appearance...

Yes, this is really only $7.00 now. While our limited supply lasts!

Every time I think I can not be surprised by a archival release found somewhere and somehow negotiated for release, one shows up that amazes. This is one of those. Here we have the infamous, crazy Third Ear Band in September 1970 from their appearance on Germany's famed TV program "Beat Club". This is less than one minute shy of 30' and is fully authorized and taken from the original video masters in the archives of Radio Bremen....

The TEB were a late 60s/mid 70s quartet who were fixtures at ALL the festivals & who used hand drums, oboe, violin/viola & cello to make a mostly improvised, dark, pagan & medieval-influenced, acoustic music. The only thing that comes close to their so...

I'm sure that some of you remember Roberto Musci, who, along with Giovanni Venosta, released a few charming, electronic filled albums on ReR. Read on for what this album is:

"The way of improvisation and composition that Third Ear band generates is a unique music; a music that wrap and alienate you. The use of modal improvisations, with pentatonic and eptatonic scales derived from Arabian and Indian music culture, the mixing of particular timbre, the use of percussive rhythms with a metric...

First-ever legitimate reissue from mastertapes of Thirsty Moon's third album, originally released on Brain in 1975.

"This is Thirsty Moon' s 3rd album, originally recorded in 1974, released early 1975 on famous German label Brain...

This is a surprisingly good sounding (but still of quite good bootleg quality only) document of Thirsty Moon late in their life. At this point, they were playing a rather jazz/rock influenced progressive and I totally enjoyed this disc and krautrock or...

First-ever legitimate reissue from mastertapes of Thirsty Moon's first album, originally released on Brain in 1972.
"Always essentially the project of the Drogies brothers, Thirsty Moon came into being in September 1971 as the amalgamation of D.R.P. (Drogies Rock Project) and Shakespears (apparently a jazz-soul band), resulting in a very big group (seven to eight members) performing complex rock that used unusual jazz structures as its base. Obviously influenced by the likes of Colosseum, the Chicago...

First-ever legitimate reissue from mastertapes of Thirsty Moon's second album, originally released on Brain in 1973. "Always essentially the project of the Drogies brothers, Thirsty Moon came into being in September 1971 as the amalgamation of D.R.P...

This Heat were a UK trio who were probably the closest that we've come to the original, groundbreaking Faust albums - a band that understood & used the studio as an integral part of their sound. Unlike Faust, they were (a) a great live act & (b) much..

"Between “Blue & Yellow” and “Deceit” came the EP, “Health & Efficiency”. It bridges a gap between the mostly improvisational former, and the highly composed latter, showing great diversity in the band’s sound in general, as well as nicely documenting their two extreme directions.
The title track is This Heat’s single most high-energy piece ever, and is a tour de force of singing, ensemble playing and sound texture; It is propelled along by Charles Bullen’s signature guitar strumming & ratcheting...

"Between “Blue & Yellow” and “Deceit” came the EP, “Health & Efficiency”. It bridges a gap between the mostly improvisational former, and the highly composed latter, showing great diversity in the band’s sound in general, as well as nicely documenting their two extreme directions.
The title track is This Heat’s single most high-energy piece ever, and is a tour de force of singing, ensemble playing and sound texture; It is propelled along by Charles Bullen’s signature guitar strumming & ratcheting...

For my money, this is something of a dissapointment. The recorded sound is not particularly good and there were much better sounding documents to choose from. Why the band chose these particular recordings is beyond me...

“In many ways, the nuanced sound worlds created in the studio by This Heat are tailor made for sedentary headphone listening. But pulling off such complicated, genre defying compositions live was surely something to witness. Until now, there was no real official document of the group’s live performances. Compiled by Charles Hayward and Charles Bullen from rough cassette tape recordings of European gigs in Tilburg, Nijmegen, Ärhus, Apeldoorn, Vienna and Rheims between April 1980 and June 1981, Live 80-81...

Great sounding and spirited shows from the John Peel show. Recommended.

"This Heat’s earliest public recordings came from two sessions for John Peel’s BBC radio show, in April and October of 1977. Peel was one of their greatest enthusiasts at the time, hearing excellence in the band’s mixed repertoire of post-krautrock songs and uniquely approached improvisation. Of special merit here is the band’s maverick use of real-time tape loops to augment their basic three-piece sound, as well as their...

Great sounding and spirited shows from the John Peel show. Recommended.

"This Heat’s earliest public recordings came from two sessions for John Peel’s BBC radio show, in April and October of 1977. Peel was one of their greatest enthusiasts at the time, hearing excellence in the band’s mixed repertoire of post-krautrock songs and uniquely approached improvisation. Of special merit here is the band’s maverick use of real-time tape loops to augment their basic three-piece sound, as well as their...

“Made Available collects This Heat’s two Peel Sessions, recorded for BBC Radio 1 in April and October of 1977 and features essential songs that would later appear on their debut album, This Heat (1979) and the follow-up, Deceit (1981), as well as electro-acoustic works unique to these sessions. These are the earliest public recordings of the band, showing even in their infancy, masterful use of live tape loops and radical song structure.”

Long awaited release of all recordings of This Heat, this includes remastered versions of their self-titled first (aka Blue and Yellow), Deceit, Health & Efficiency (padded out to a longer length with a second version of the drone piece), Made Available, Repeat and Live, which has never before been released!
Just as importantly, the booklet is very substantial, hugely interesting and even a bit funny. The veil on the enigmatic workings of the band are finally lifted.
Working at a time in London.

"Repeat is This Heat’s fourth album proper, posthumously released in 1993. It harbours the most extreme musical side of This Heat’s experimental tendencies on disc, and is assuredly the band’s most radical offering. The title track is an oxymoron: An extended/edited version of the piece “24 Track Loop”, which had been previously issued on the Recommended Records’ double lp sampler in 1981, heard here sans the harmonizer effect. The original tracks were produced by David Cunningham (Flying Lizards)...

"Repeat is This Heat’s fourth album proper, posthumously released in 1993. It harbours the most extreme musical side of This Heat’s experimental tendencies on disc, and is assuredly the band’s most radical offering. The title track is an oxymoron: An extended/edited version of the piece “24 Track Loop”, which had been previously issued on the Recommended Records’ double lp sampler in 1981, heard here sans the harmonizer effect. The original tracks were produced by David Cunningham (Flying Lizards)...